Pike House Farm Spend Lane, Thorpe, Ashbourne DE6 2AT
The accommodation is in need of renovation but offers great scope for further enhancement and improvement, however, many of the original features including beautiful Minton tiled floors in the Reception Hall and Dining Room are in existence.
The property has no direct neighbours and is surrounded by open farmland.
The range of stone outbuildings provide scope for a multitude of differing uses and perhaps even conversion subject to the necessary consent.
Front Entrance Porch
Main access door to front garden, internal door to Reception Hall.
Beautiful Minton tiled floor, stairs rising to first floor level, internal door access to all reception rooms and Cellar having lighting and providing useful storage.
Sitting Room (16' 2'' x 13' 3'' (4.92m x 4.05m))
Double glazed window to front with painted timber window shutters, open fire with hearth and surround, radiator, picture rail.
Dining Room (16' 1'' x 13' 5'' (4.89m x 4.08m))
Double glazed windows to front with painted timber window shutters, stunning Minton tiled floor, open fire with tiled surround and decorative timber mantle.
Rear Lounge (16' 5'' x 12' 10'' (5m x 3.90m))
Stone mullion windows, further window to side, base mounted oil fired boiler, internal door to Rear Porch and through to Kitchen.
Kitchen (16' 5'' x 9' 0'' (5m x 2.75m))
Matching Dark oak wall and base units with work surface over, integrated electric double and electric hob, sink and drainer, large built-in larder storage cupboards, plumbing for washing machine, radiator, double glazed window rear.
Door to rear farm yard, quarry tiled floor, water supply and sink.
Latch door access to second floor attic rooms, internal access doors to all first floor bedrooms and bathroom.
Bedroom One (16' 3'' x 13' 3'' (4.95m x 4.05m))
Replacement double glazed window to front enjoying stunning views across the garden to the open countryside beyond. Radiator.
Bedroom Two (13' 2'' x 16' 0'' (4.01m x 4.87m))
Replacement double glazed window to front overlooking the garden and the beautiful open country-side beyond, radiator.
Bedroom Three (16' 1'' x 6' 8'' (4.89m max decreasing to 2.02m minimum x 3.87m maximum0)
Double glazed stone mullion windows to side overlooking the yard, radiator.
Ensuite Shower Room
Refitted three piece shower suite comprising double shower cubicle , low flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin, double glazed window.
Bedroom Four (11' 5'' x 9' 0'' (3.49m x 2.75m))
Double glazed window to front, radiator.
Spacious bathroom having three piece bathroom suite comprising; panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush WC, built-in storage cupboard and under stairs storage.
Access from the first floor land directly into Attic Room One.
Attic Room One (11' 9'' x 9' 5'' (3.57m into restricted headroom x 2.86m))
Stairs access into this room with internal door through to Attic Room Two.
Attic Room Two (11' 9'' x 12' 7'' (3.57m into restricted headroom x 3.83m))
Window to side overlooking the farm yard.
The property is accessed directly from the lane into a farm yard to the rear of the property which provides vast amounts of hard standing and access to the extensive range of outbuildings.
The grounds in all extend to approximately 1 acre. The garden is mainly lawned with a number of mature trees and shrubs. The views from the gardens across the stunning Peak District countryside is delightful and to the West you can see the peak of the popular hill of Thorpe Cloud.
There is a fabulous range of traditional stone buildings which are very much unspoilt and could be adapted to many uses depending on planning. Some of the buildings are double height while others are a single storey. They are situation within an ‘L’ shaped barn arrangement to the rear of the property fronting onto the courtyard. Also to the rear is an open fronted shelter and store.
Tenure and Possession
The property is sold Freehold with vacant possession.
Mains electricity and water are connected. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.
Fixtures & Fittings
Only those fixtures and fittings referred to in the sale particulars are included in the purchase price.
Local Authority and Council Tax
Derbyshire Dales District Council Tax band F.
Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, easements and wayleaves whether or not defined in these particulars.
Strictly by appointment through the Bagshaws Ashbourne Office on 01335 342201 or e-mail: email@example.com.
From Ashbourne take the A515 out of the town towards Buxton, after a mile take the left turn towards Thorpe and Dovedale, continue along the road and at the Old Dog public house as the road bends to the left continue straight ahead onto the gated lane. Continue along this lane and the property will be fond on the left hand side clearly identified by the Bagshaws ‘For Sale’ board.
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