A truly stunning traditional three bedroom farmhouse all with En-suite, two further attic rooms, situated in a delightful rural setting near to the popular village of Shirland, together with a recently built double garage, set within a generous plot of just over 1/3 of an acre benefiting from far reaching rural views.
Park Lane Farm is situated in a stunning rural location, having panoramic views over surrounding farm land. The popular village of Shirland has a range of basic amenities including public houses, golf course, local shops, café and a primary school. A more comprehensive range of shops, facilities and secondary schools can be found at nearby town of Alfreton (2.5 miles), the market towns of Chesterfield (10 miles), Matlock (7.5 miles). Although the property is situated in a rural location it has easy and quick access onto main roads including the A61, A6 and the M1 motorway at junction 28 (6 miles) providing commuting routes to Chesterfield, Sheffield, Derby and Nottingham.
We understand that the house dates back to approx. 1830 once a working farm, which has been modernised and beautifully extended, keeping with the original character and charm to create a spacious property.
From Alfreton, take the A61 heading north towards Chesterfield. Continue out of the town, down the hill and take the right hand junction at the bottom of the hill towards Westhouses onto the B6025 Alfreton Road. Continue along the road and take the first left hand turning onto Park Lane towards Shirland. Follow the road up the hill for approx. 0.5 miles and the property will be found on the right hand side, indicated by our for sale board.
Park Lane Farm offers a rare opportunity to acquire a superb country property, with three double bedrooms all being En-Suite, three large reception rooms and a dining kitchen together with two further attic rooms, external utility room and large garden room for entertaining, all finished to a good standard. The property is located in the sought after rural position near to the village of Shirland and has the benefit of panoramic views across open farmland. The large gardens offer ample scope for those with green fingers and a large patio area together with a recently built double garage. The house has previously been used as a Bed & Breakfast and offers a wonderful family home and a viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the extent of what the property has to offer.
The accommodation of the house has been modernised providing spacious accommodation. The property has the benefit of double glazing together with gas fired central heating system and comprises the following:
20' 4'' x 11' 9'' (6.19m x 3.58m)
With dual aspect windows to the both sides, with lime oak floor and wall units incorporating a 1 ½ sink and drainer with a mixer tap, a falcon five burner gas cooking range with extractor fan over, stainless steel splash back, plumbing for a dishwasher, space for a fridge-freezer, two glass fronted display units, quarry tiled floor part tiled walls, window seat, with a dining area and external door leading to the side court yard and doors leading into the Lounge and Dining Room.
19' 7'' x 17' 3'' (5.96m x 5.25m)
A large room with triple aspect windows to the rear and sides with patio doors to a covered canopy area overlooking the garden with the views beyond, with an Aarrow Fires multi fuel burner with back boiler connected to the central heating and hot water tank, situated within a inglenook style brick built fireplace with beam over and a quarry tiled hearth, two radiators, a feature exposed stone wall and stone skirting, window bench seating, TV and telephone points and double doors into the inner hallway.
With a door from the inner hall, contains the glow-warm gas fired central heating boiler operating both the central heating and hot water, with storage over and cloaks hanging rail.
Situated opposite the boiler room, a recently fitting WC and sink unit with a radiator and window.
12' 7'' x 12' 0'' (3.83m x 3.65m)
Leading from the Dining Kitchen, with dual aspect windows to the front and side and external front door leading to the front paved garden, feature stone fireplace with a wooden beam mantel piece, stone flag hearth, original feature beams to the ceiling, radiator, high level under stair original cupboard, telephone point and a door leading into the front inner hallway.
With stairs rising to the first floor.
12' 0'' x 13' 1'' (3.65m x 3.98m)
With dual aspect windows to the front and side, feature stone fireplace with an oak mantle over housing the multi fuel stove on a stone flag hearth together with a gas connection supply (not connected), feature ceiling beams, radiator, TV and telephone points and a door into the inner hallway.
A landing with a door leading to the staircase leading to the second floor attic rooms.
17' 1'' x 13' 5'' (5.20m x 4.09m)
A delightful master bedroom with a window to the side overlooking the gardens, together with two radiators, TV and telephone points and open plan into:
8' 11'' x 10' 8'' (2.72m x 3.25m)
With built in wardrobes with central mirror, twin patio doors to the rear leading onto the balcony with views over the surrounding countryside, window to the side and door leading to:
5' 11'' x 8' 10'' (1.80m x 2.69m)
With a corner shower unit with an electric shower, WC and sink storage unit, fully tiled walls, tiled flooring, extractor fan, towel radiator and window to the rear.
18' 6'' x 4' 4'' (5.63m x 1.32m)
With wrought iron railings, external lighting and far reaching views.
12' 2'' x 12' 8'' (3.71m x 3.86m)
A double bedroom with dual aspect windows overlooking the front and side with rural views, feature ceiling beams, TV point, a radiator and a door into:
8' 9'' x 10' 10'' (2.66m x 3.30m)
A large en-suite with a recently fitted suite with a bath and shower over, WC and a wash hand basin, part panelled walls, a light with an electric shaver point, radiator, window to the side, the airing cupboard with the hot water cylinder and a second door leading onto the landing.
10' 6'' x 12' 1'' (3.20m x 3.68m)
A double bedroom with dual aspect windows overlooking the front and side with rural views, feature ceiling beams, a stone fire place with an original Victorian style cast iron inset, TV point, a radiator, a door into the walk-in wardrobe (3ft 9ins x 5ft 4 ins) further storage cupboard and a door into:
11' 9'' x 7' 0'' (3.58m x 2.13m)
Recently fitted high quality suite comprising a corner shower unit, WC and a Victoria style vanity wash hand basin with a marble surface, brass mixer taps, a window to the side, radiator, partly tiled walls and a second door leading onto the landing.
leading to the second floor with two storage areas and split original staircase into:
Attic room one
12' 4'' x 12' 8'' (3.76m x 3.86m)
With a window to the side, with exposed ceiling beams, fluorescent lighting and carpet.
Attic room two
10' 6'' x 12' 4'' (3.20m x 3.76m)
With a window to the side, with exposed ceiling beams, fluorescent lighting and carpet.
Garden room /Dining area
21' 8'' x 11' 10'' (6.60m x 3.60m)
Externally accessed with dual doors leading from the side court yard and the rear garden, two further full height windows and a high level window, an impressive garden room with full height ceiling with exposed beams and trusses, a multi fuel stove, stone flag flooring, excellent for entertaining and garden dining.
12' 3'' x 8' 2'' (3.73m x 2.49m)
Externally accessed from the side court yard near to the kitchen door, with a work surface and storage underneath, a Belfast sink and an electric water heater over, plumbing for a washing machine, two windows, tiled floor and a post box hatch. The building is detached from the house and has a separate access onto Park Lane and is suitable for other uses.
To the front there is a stone wall boundary and block paved patio area leading to the front door and a door leading to the side patio.
To the side, there is a patio area excellent to outside dining, with access to the Utility Room, Garden Room and Kitchen together with a separate side access from Park Lane.
To the rear and side, there is the limestone chipped tree lined driveway with a gated entrance, leading to the parking area and garage. There is also a large block paved area to the side enclosed by a stone wall with inset lights separating the drive, excellent for outside dining or additional parking. To the rear there is a large patio area excellent for outside dining, with lighting and power points for a hot tub etc.
Detached double garage
A recently built tandem double garage with twin vehicular access doors and a side personnel door, two windows to the side, power and lighting, concrete flooring and eave storage above with fold down loft ladders.
A timber garden shed on a complete base located to the rear of the garage.
There is generous garden area with a formal lawn with landscaped borders, various trees and fruit trees, all having magnificent views across the adjoining farmland, a selection of shrubs and rockery and pond.
General Information - Services
The property has the benefit of mains electricity, water and gas with private drainage to a septic tank located in the rear garden and a gas fired central heating system.
Fixtures and fittings
Only those referred to in these particulars are included in the sale
Rights of way,wayleaves and easements
The property is sold subject to and with the benefits of the rights of way, wayleaves and easements that may exist whether or not defined in these particulars. We are not aware of any public rights of way over the property.
Tenure and possession
The property is sold freehold with vacant possession granted upon completion.
North East Derbyshire District Council, 2013 Mill Lane, Wingerworth, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S42 6NG
Council Tax Band F and EPC Rating E
Broadbents Solicitors, 16 King Street, Alfreton, Derbyshire, DE55 7AG
Strictly by appointment through the selling agents Bagshaws at the Bakewell Office 01629 812777.
Note : The vendor is a family member of an employee of Bagshaws,
The vendor is a family member of an employee of Bagshaws
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