Green Farm Main Street, Buxton, Biggin SK17 0DH
Green Farm is situated within the popular rural village of Biggin. The village provides a range of basic amenities including a primary school, Church, village hall and a public house. The nearby towns of Ashbourne, Bakewell and Buxton have an extensive range of facilities including high street shops, doctor’s surgery, public houses, secondary schools, supermarkets and a train station. 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 and with equestrian interests, particularly with the Tissington Trail being within a short distance, providing excellent access leading across the Peak District National Park. The property is ideally located for easy access onto the A515 connecting the nearby market towns of Ashbourne (9.5 miles), Bakewell (9 miles), Leek (15 miles) and Buxton (12.5 miles).
From Ashbourne follow the A515 towards Buxton for 8.5 miles turning left at the second Biggin turning. Follow under the bridge and follow into the village. The entrance to Green Farm will be on the right hand side after the left hand turning for Drury Lane through electrically controlled wooden gates with a circular drive leading up to the front of the house.
Green Farm offers an excellent opportunity to acquire a country property with the benefit of a large stone-built house, outbuildings, stabling, manège and land all set within approximately 20.75 acres (8.41ha). The house is an attractive 18th century stone built property which has been modernised currently arranged having three double bedrooms and two reception rooms together with a kitchen and utility. Externally the property offers mature gardens, grass paddocks and equestrian facilities, excellent for those with equestrian and hobby farming interests, with fantastic riding accessible nearby. In addition, there are a range of stone buildings, currently used as storage and further stables, but offer some potential for a home office or as holiday let accommodation, subject to the necessary planning consents.
Entrance Porch 6' 6'' x 4' 9'' (1.97m x 1.44m)
With an entrance door into a porch with dual aspect windows, tiled flooring and a door into
Kitchen 15' 11'' x 7' 11'' (4.84m x 2.42m)
With a range of handmade oak base and wall units with black granite work surfaces over, under mounted stainless steel one and a half bowl sink, integrated dishwasher and Rangemaster electric cooker with an extractor fan over. There is space to have a large American style fridge freezer or a small breakfast table. There is ceramic tiled floor, a radiator and window to rear. There are doors into dining room and sitting room with a stable style door from the entrance porch.
Sitting Room 15' 11'' x 11' 9'' (4.84m x 3.58m)
A lovely room with dual aspect windows to front and rear, a feature stone fireplace and hearth with open fire, exposed ceiling beams, a radiator, a walk in understairs cupboard and a door into the Kitchen.
Dining Room 15' 11'' x 11' 10'' (4.84m x 3.61m)
A spacious room with dual aspect windows, a feature stone fireplace and stone hearth housing a multi fuel burning stove, tiled floor, exposed ceiling beams, a radiator and doors to Utility and Kitchen.
Fitted Utility 10' 5'' x 9' 10'' (3.18m x 2.99m)
With a range of base and wall mounted units with solid wood work surfaces over incorporating a Belfast sink. Plumbing for washing machine, tiled flooring, a radiator, vaulted ceiling, double glazed window to front, door into the cloakroom and an external entrance door from the front.
Cloakroom 4' 9'' x 3' 9'' (1.44m x 1.15m)
With a low level w.c. and tiled floor.
First Floor Landing
With stairs rising from the ground floor, a window to rear, a radiator and doors into:
Master Bedroom 15' 8'' x 11' 9'' (4.78m x 3.59m)
A spacious double bedroom with a walk-in storage cupboard, a radiator and window to front.
Bedroom Two 12' 0'' x 10' 6'' (3.66m x 3.21m)
A double bedroom with a radiator, loft hatch and a window to front.
Bedroom Three 12' 3'' x 8' 8'' (3.73m x 2.63m)
A double bedroom with a radiator and window to front overlooking the front garden.
Having a four piece suite comprising shower cubicle with a power shower with drying area, low level w.c, wash hand basin, bath, heated towel rail, fully tiled walls and flooring and a window to rear.
There is a formal spacious lawn to the front of the property with a raised vegetable plot with stone wall boundaries, an enclosed front patio area excellent for outside dining.
Positioned to the side and rear of the house are a range of outbuildings with access to the side comprising the following:
Garden Shed 6' 2'' x 9' 10'' (1.87m x 2.99m)
Positioned to the rear of the house, a concrete block tool shed. The Oil Tank is positioned to the side.
Former Stone Stable 12' 4'' x 11' 1'' (3.75m x 3.38m)
Situated to the side of the house, a lovely stone building with a stable style entrance door, currently used for storage but has been used as a stable, with concrete flooring open to the rafters. This building does have some potential for conversion into a home office or further accommodation subject to the necessary planning consents.
Stone Store/Stable 0' 0'' x 0' 0'' (0m x 0m)
4.24m x 3.72m and 3.88m x 3.05m
Situated to the side of the house, a mono pitched livestock building with a stable door, concrete flooring. To the rear is an attached stone and concrete block building with concrete flooring and a stable door. Both buildings have power and lighting and have been used as stabling.
Mobile Stables 9' 5'' x 24' 3'' (2.87m x 7.38m)
A timber framed building with two entrance gates, with an internal removeable partition, with hardcore flooring and rubber matting, currently used as two stables.
Equestrian Building 60' 0'' x 31' 2'' (18.3m x 9.5m)
A steel portal framed building with timber cladding, concrete floor and sliding doors at each end. Internally there are seven high quality internal stables with two measuring 12ft x 15ft and five measuring 12ft x 12ft with one having solid partitions to be used as a stallion box. There is a large general storage area currently used for bale storage but could be utilised for further stables. All the stables have rubber floor matting, rubber walling lining, lighting and five having automatic water drinkers. The building has electric, lighting and water.
Stable and Storage Shed 12' 0'' x 24' 0'' (3.65m x 7.31m)
A timber framed mobile building currently separated into a stable measuring 12ft x 12ft with hardcore flooring. There second half is a machinery store with vehicle entrance doors measuring 12ft x 12ft both with stone limestone base.
Manege 131' 3'' x 62' 4'' (40m x 19m)
Situated to the side of the equestrian building is a sand and rubber surfaced manège with fencing to three side and open onto the rear yard.
Field Shelter and Stable 12' 0'' x 24' 0'' (3.65m x 7.31m)
Situated along the stone track separate to the main yard, is a timber framed field shelter with two entrances situated on a stone base, measuring 3.5m x 4.6m and a separate timber framed stable on a stone base measuring 3.5m x 2.86m.
The land is down to permanent pasture with all being suitable for grazing and most for mowing purposes. The land is split into various paddocks with dry stone wall boundaries, post and wire fencing and hedgerows. Vehicular access to the land is via stone track leading from the yard area around into the centre of the land. Majority of the fields have mains water troughs connected.
Basic Payment Scheme and Environmental Stewardship
The land is not currently entered into any payment schemes, however the land is eligible to be registered with the Rural Payments Agency.
The property has the benefit of mains electricity, water and drainage. There is an oil fired central heating combi boiler.
Fixtures and Fittings:
Only those referred to in these particulars are included in the sale.
Tenure and Possession:
The property is sold freehold with vacant possession granted upon completion
It is understood that these are included in the sale as far as they exist
Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements:
The property is sold subject to, with the benefits of the rights of way, wayleaves and easements that may exist whether or not defined in these particulars. There is a footpath following the southern boundary of the far field adjoining the Tissington Trail.
Council Tax Band
Derbyshire Dales District Council, Town Hall Bank Road, Matlock, DE4 3NN, Tel: 01629 761100
Peak District National Park Authority, Aldern House, Bakewell, DE45 1AE, Tel: 01629 816200
Method of Sale:
The property will be offered for sale by Private Treaty