Brownlow End Farm Onecote, Leek ST13 7RU

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£750,000

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Siteplan
An attractive stone built two bedroom detached property situated in the Peak District National Park and on the edge of the village of Onecote. The property sits in gardens and grounds extending to 1.37 acres.

Location
Brownlow End Farm occupies a wonderful position within the Peak District National Park. Despite being rural, there are a number of villages in close proximity with the market town of Leek being just 4 miles to the west and the popular town of Ashbourne being 9 miles to the east. These towns offer a wide range of amenities and facilities including supermarkets, shops, restaurants and schools.

The area is renowned for its beauty and offers many local walks, trails, outdoor activities and beauty spots. The cities of Manchester, Sheffield and Derby are all within 40 miles, with a number of train stations within a 30 minute drive and a choice of airports within an hours drive.

Description
Brownlow End Farm provides an outstanding opportunity to purchase a traditional stone built detached cottage in the Peak District National Park. The property offers a spacious farmhouse that currently has 2 bedrooms but could offer further bedrooms if required, garaging, well maintained gardens and an adjoining paddock that could be used for equestrian or smallholding interests. In all, the property extends to 1.37 acres

The Farmhouse
The farmhouse has great character and charm with beamed ceiling, character fireplaces and original doors to name but a few. It has been sensitively renovated and enhanced during the current occupiers tenure.

Entering the property from the front door, under a date stone of 1677, the spacious Sitting Room greets with a log burner and staircase. A dining room leads through to a large conservatory, which has views over the garden in all directions. The kitchen has a range of fitted units and the dining area fronting an original cast iron stove. The rear hallway has a most useful cloakroom and store, whilst turning to the right can be found a lovely light reception room, with refurbished shower room.

The first-floor accommodation comprises two large Double Bedrooms, each benefitting from an ensuite, and both providing views of the gardens.

The Farmhouse Cont'd
The gardens are a particular feature of the property with areas of lawn flanked by mature borders and shrubs. The northern boundary, adjoining the stream has a belt of woodland, which enhance the wildlife and adds to the tranquility.

A ‘courtyard’ area lies adjacent to the rear entrance and also gives access to the attached double garage. Finally, the paddock has the benefit of a separate roadside access, is well fenced and would allow for the pursuit of equestrian or smallholding activities.

Viewing
Strictly by appointment only through the sole agents Bakewell office on 01629 812777 or bakewell@bagshaws.com

Services
Mains water and electricity are connected to the property. The farmhouse has a full oil fired central heating supply. Drainage is to a private system.

Tenure
The paddock is freehold. The farmhouse and gardens is leasehold. The lease commenced in 1649 and is for a period of 1,000 years. No ground rent is paid.

Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, wayleaves and easements that may exist, whether or not they are defined in these particulars. A public footpath crosses the property and the neighbours septic tank is situated within the grounds.

Fixtures and Fittings
Only those items specifically referred to will remain at the property. Further details will be with the contract documentation. .

Local Planning Authority
Peak District National Park Authority
Aldern House, Baslow Road, Bakewell
Derbyshire, DE45 1AE

Council Tax & EPC
We understand that the property falls within Staffordshire Moorlands District Council Tax Band ‘E’ (reference 38614 E).
The EPC is E

Method of Sale
The property is offered by Private Treaty. Offers are invited in the region of £750,000.

Directions
Heading out of Leek towards Ashbourne, meet the A523 crossroads at Bottomhouse and turn left signposted for Onecote. Continue down that road for just over 2 miles and once in the village of Onecote, turn left onto Douse Lane. Follow the road for approx. 600 yards and the property is located on the right hand side of the road, as indicated by our “For Sale” board.

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