Over Hide Biggin, Buxton SK17 0DQ
Over Hide is situated just outside the popular village of Biggin which offers a basic range of amenities including a primary school, village hall, Church, public house and a country house hotel and restaurant. Over Hide is ideally located for easy access onto the A515 connecting the nearby market towns of Ashbourne (9 miles), Bakewell (8.5 miles), Leek (15 miles) and Buxton (12 miles). These towns offer a wide range of amenities and facilities including supermarkets, high street shops, restaurants and secondary schools. The area is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty and offers many local walks, trails, outdoor activities and beauty spots. The Tissington Trail is in close proximity and offers those with equestrian, walking and cycle enthusiasts’ excellent access leading across the Peak District National Park.
From Buxton, head south along the A515 towards Ashbourne. Continue along the A515 for approx. 11.5 miles through Sterndale Moor and Newhaven. Shortly after Newhaven, turn right onto main street sign posted for Biggin. The property will be found shortly on the right hand side indicated by our for sale board.
The sale of Over Hide offers an outstanding opportunity to acquire a country smallholding in a rural yet accessible location within the Peak District National Park. The property is ideal for equestrian buyers and smallholders alike, being set in 3.4 acres, including various useful outbuildings and is excellently located for many nearby bridleways and walks including the Tissington Trail. The three double bedroom bungalow has been fully modernised throughout and offers spacious accommodation and enjoys breath taking views towards Wolfscote Dale and the open countryside beyond.
Entrance Porch 6' 4'' x 2' 11'' (1.93m x 0.88m)
With tiled floor and a window to the front, leading to:
Entrance Hall 8' 7'' x 5' 11'' (2.61m x 1.81m)
With hard wearing vinyl tile effect flooring and doors leading to the lounge and dining kitchen together with loft access hatch.
Lounge / Dining Room 18' 6'' x 18' 2'' (5.64m x 5.53m)
A spacious room having dual aspect windows overlooking the front and rear gardens with far reaching views across the valley, stone fireplace and hearth with a multi-fuel burner, two radiators and television point. To the rear of the room there is a dining area suitable for a dining table.
Dining Kitchen 18' 2'' x 10' 10'' (5.53m x 3.31m)
A newly fitted kitchen with dual aspect windows to the front and rear elevations, having a fitted kitchen comprising extensive wall and floor units and beach wooden worktops, a gas cooker with an oven and separate grill, extractor hood, built in fridge and freezer, wine cooler, dishwasher, ceramic sink, radiator, entrance gate with intercom phone, TV and network points and a door leading to the Rear Hall. The oil fired central heating boiler is housed in the kitchen. There is ample space for a kitchen table.
Rear Hall 15' 7'' x 3' 0'' (4.76m x 0.92m)
There are doors leading to the Utility Room, the Bathroom and the Bedrooms together with a radiator and storage cupboard.
Utility room 11' 7'' x 5' 1'' (3.53m x 1.56m)
With newly fitted units with plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier. With a window to the side and entrance door leading from the patio area, with quarry tiled flooring.
Master Bedroom 14' 9'' x 11' 8'' (4.49m x 3.56m)
A large double bedroom with dual windows to the side and front with views across the countryside, radiator, television and network points and built in wardrobes.
Bedroom Two 18' 2'' x 10' 11'' (5.53m x 3.33m)
A large double bedroom with a window to the front elevation, radiator, television and network points and newly fitted built-in wardrobes.
Bedroom Three 11' 7'' x 10' 9'' (3.53m x 3.28m)
A double bedroom with dual windows to the side and rear elevation, radiator, television point and a built-in storage cupboard.
Family Bathroom 11' 7'' x 7' 0'' (3.53m x 2.14m)
A newly fitted four piece suite comprising a large shower cubicle, a free-standing Victorian bath, low level WC, wash hand basin, towel radiator, tiled flooring, tiled walls, extractor fan, window to the rear elevation.
With a hatch leading from the Entrance Hall, having power, lighting and fully boarded creating extensive storage.
A driveway leads from the road through electrically operated double gates together with intercom, with parking for several vehicles.
There are formal lawns to the front the property with various borders and planting enclosures with stone wall boundaries, a separate graveled area comprising a greenhouse with water and power supply together with a seating area. There is a separate garden area to the front with an original dew pond adding an interesting feature to the garden. To the side of the front garden, there is a large vegetable plot with raised planting beds. To the rear of the bungalow, there is a large patio area excellent for outside dining with views over the land.
An insulated and lined double door shed with power, light, water and alarm located next to the property.
Stable 7' 3'' x 11' 0'' (2.21m x 3.35m)
A stone built stable with lighting and small hay loft, suitable for a pony.
Loose Box 14' 9'' x 12' 8'' (4.5m x 3.86m)
Adjoining the stable and currently used as a hen shed, a block built shed with power, lighting and outside water tap.
Workshop and Hobby Building 47' 7'' x 14' 5'' (14.5m x 4.39m)
A timber panelled building which has been insulated, with power, lighting, water with a small kitchen area, alarm, TV and network points and concrete flooring.
Timber Panelled Storage Shed 50' 0'' x 17' 5'' (15.24m x 5.31m)
A timber and concrete block constructed shed with double wooden door, power, lighting and concrete flooring.
General Purpose Building 57' 0'' x 17' 5'' (17.37m x 5.31m)
A recently constructed steel portal framed building with timber cladding and concrete flooring. The building is currently used as a general store, but suitable as a machine store, livestock building and for equestian use.
Hay Loft 10' 3'' x 15' 8'' (3.13m x 4.78m)
A timber framed and corrugated sheeting shed situated in the field.
The land is down to permanent pasture with all being suitable for both grazing and mowing purposes. The land is split into various paddocks with dry stone wall boundaries and post and wire fencing. Vehicular access to the land is via a separate entrance from the road with a stone track leading up to the buildings. There are areas fenced off as a duck pen with access to the dew pond and a separate chicken pen adjoining the buildings. .
Mains water and electricity are connected, with drainage to a private septic tank. The property benefits from a new oil fired central heating boiler and recently fitted UPVC triple glazing throughout. Water and electric are connected to the buildings.
Tenure and Possession
The property will be sold freehold with vacant possession upon completion. There is a small W3Z internet pole mast situated on the northern boundary, which provides internet to the property and other properties in the village, with the benefit of free internet services to the owners of Over Hide.
Basic Payment Scheme and Environmental Stewardship
The land is not currently entered into any payment schemes.
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.
Fixtures and Fittings
Only those referred to in these particulars are included in the sale.
It is understood that these are included in the sale as far as they exist
Derbyshire Dales District Council
Local Planning Authority
Peak District National Park Authority
Council Tax Band
Method of Sale
The property will be offered for sale by Private Treaty.