Chapelsteads Barn Wormhill, Buxton SK17 8SL

For Sale

£775,000

For Sale
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A wonderful traditional country property with far reaching views, comprising a grade ll listed barn conversion, with a commercial space suitable to operate a small business, a detached stone built one bedroom successful holiday let together offering substantial potential income. There is a further outbuilding and large gardens, all set in approximately 0.71 acres.

Location
Chapelsteads Barn is situated in a sought-after rural location within the small village of Wormhill, near to the large village of Tideswell, situated within the Peak District National Park. The village of Tideswell provides a range of basic amenities including a primary school, Church, village hall, public houses, cafés, village shops and a Coop. The nearby market towns of Bakewell and Buxton offer an extensive range of facilities including high street shops, doctor’s surgery, public houses, primary and secondary schools, supermarkets and fuel stations. There are many nearby local walks, bridleways, trails and beauty spots in the surrounding area with the Peak Park close by, excellent for those who enjoy the outdoors. The property benefits from far reaching views over the countryside, however, it also benefits from easy access onto the A6 and the A623 providing quick access to the market towns of Bakewell (9 miles) and Buxton (6.5 miles).

Background
We understand that the vendors carried out the conversion of the farm buildings and have occupied the property for 20 years and it has therefore not been offered to the market.

Directions
From the centre of Bakewell, head North along the A6 towards Buxton. Continue out of the town and past the turning for Taddington Village. Shortly after, turn right onto the B6049 towards Tideswell. Follow the road into Miller’s Dale and take the first left hand turning when entering into the village. Follow the road round the bend and up the hill, continuing past the public carpark. Follow the road around a sharp left-hand bend and then continue towards the village of Wormhill. The property will be the first property found on the right-hand side when entering into the village.

Description
Chapelsteads Barn is a grade II listed barn conversion, with additional holiday annexe, commercial space and a large workshop. The property offers two double bedrooms, with ability to create further bedrooms, in the desirable Peak District village of Wormhill, the property is split with a commercial space ideal for those working from home or running a business. Chapelsteads Barn has character features throughout, with beams, large stone flagged floors and exposed stone walls which fill the property with charm. Within the grounds of the property, is a one bedroom holiday cottage, providing a fantastic opportunity for income or indeed additional accommodation for relatives. There is also a large stone cow shed, which is currently used as storage and workshop area, which could be utilised for a number of purposes or converted, subject to necessary planning consents.

Description conti..
Surrounding the property there are well maintained gardens with areas laid to lawn and some as patio offering ample opportunity for those green fingered and people looking to entertain. Chapelsteads Barn and holiday cottage boast fantastic views over Millers Dale, along the River Wye and out into open Derbyshire countryside.

Cloakroom
With sink and low flush w/c, extractor fan and tiled floor.

Utility room
With full height double glazed timber window to front aspect, sink and drainer inset with plumbing for washing machine and space for a fridge/freezer. Tiled floor with stairs leading down into the kitchen.

Breakfast Kitchen
With two double glazed windows overlooking the rear aspect and double-glazed timber door leading to the rear garden. The kitchen has built in wall and floor units 1 ½ sink and drainer with tiled splashback and tiled flooring throughout, a leisure cooker range, dishwasher and extractor are integrated.

Sitting Room
Leading from the Breakfast Kitchen, with a feature log burner with a stone surround, stone flagged floors, a timber double glazed door and double-glazed timber window are to the front aspect, exposed beams and stairs rising to the first floor.

Dining room
A spacious dining room, with double glazed timber door leading to the front aspect, exposed beams, stone flagged floors and blocked window recesses creating shelving and doors into the Living Room and Breakfast Kitchen.

Living room
A large entertaining room, with dual aspect timber double glazed doors, with feature fireplace with log burner and stone surround, stone flag flooring and double height area with exposed beams, the living room also provides access to the first floor via timber stairs with under stairs storage. There is the ability to create further first floor bedrooms by internally extending the first floor into the double high Living Room. There is a linking door leading into the Studio.

Master Bedroom
With full height double glazed timber window to the side aspect, central heating radiator and two double glazed skylights and a door into:

Ensuite Shower Room
With a corner shower cubicle, low flush w/c, towel radiator, vanity sink with storage and wooden floors.

Bedroom Two
This double bedroom has exposed beams, dual aspect double glazed timber windows, central heating radiator, exposed stonework and skylight.

Bathroom
Corner bathroom with shower over, low flush w/c and sink, towel radiator and exposed beams.

Commercial Element
Being part of the main barn, the building was converted into a photograph studio by the current owners with various store rooms and office spaces over two storeys. The building offers a unique addition that could be altered to suit the requirements of a different business.

Main Studio area
A large space with dual aspect double glazed timber windows and front aspect, timber, double glazed door, stairs leading to first floor and door into toilet and office

Under Stair Toilet
With low flush w/c and sink

Office
Leading from the Studio, a sizable room with double glazed timber door leading to front aspect and double glazed timber windows to rear aspect.

Gallery Landing
With window to rear aspect, skylight and exposed beams. This space is flexible for many uses and currently offers a further store area.

Store room
With double glazed window to the rear aspect, skylight, sink and exposed beams.

Holiday let
A stone built former cow shed, converted into a self-contained unit, currently being operated as a very successful holiday let and briefly comprises:

Living Dining Kitchen Area
A good-sized kitchen area, with wall and floor units, plumbing for a washing machine, fridge and an electric oven with extractor over.

Bedroom Area
Open to the Living Dining Kitchen, with double glazed timber windows to front and side aspects, two central heating radiators and skylight.

Shower Room
With low flush w/c and sink with storage under, Shower Cubicle, towel radiator and a skylight.

Former Cow Shed
Currently used as a shed/workshop, having original windows, a skylight and housing the holiday let’s boiler. There is potential to expand the holiday let into this space, subject to the necessary consents

Patio and Gardens
With a large patio area to the rear of the barn excellent for outside dining, a large lawn area with far reaching rural views, planting beds, large wildlife pond, a 12ft x 8ft Rhino greenhouse, gravel path leading to a second area laid to lawn. This area would be suitable as a vegetable plot or for small livestock. To the front of the barn there are further lawn areas, providing a separate garden for the holiday let.

Parking Area
Gravelled parking area with parking for several vehicles, stone walls and wooden gate leading to the large rear garden.

Fixtures and Fittings:
Only those referred to in these particulars are included in the sale.

Tenure & Possession
The property will be sold freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

Rights of way, wayleaves and easements
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all other rights of way, wayleaves and easements that may exist whether or not they are defined in these particulars.

Services

Local Authority
High Peak Borough Council, Town Hall, Buxton.

Council Tax Band
G

EPC Rating
Due to the property being grade II listed it is exempt from an EPC

Method of Sale
The property will be offered for sale by Private Treaty.

Viewing:
Strictly by appointment through the selling agents Bagshaws at the Bakewell Office 01629 812777.