25th Feb 2022
10th Oct 2022
- Listing status: sale
- Country: England
An elegantly proportioned, immaculately presented, ground floor apartment, situated within a splendid Grade II listed Georgian property. Originally built by a wealthy industrialist as an impressive opulent family home, Brearley Hall has been sympathetically converted into comfortable modern apartments retaining many splendid original features. Apartment one has original elegant cornice plaster work, ceiling roses and a fine feature fireplace bearing the family initials. The accommodation offers three bedrooms, master en-suite, family bathroom and a spacious open plan living dining kitchen. The property enjoys private gardens with superb views over the former parkland. There is off road parking for two vehicles. Old Whittington Village lies approximately three miles to the north of Chesterfield in a convenient position for commuting into Sheffield and with good access to the M1 motorway. This historic village is home to the Revolution House where in 1688 the plot to overthrow the King in favour of William of Orange was planned. Today the Village offers excellent local amenities with a good variety of shops, pubs and a church. There is a regular bus service to nearby Chesterfield where there is a mainline railway station.
Entering the property via a pair of half glazed entrance doors with etched glass side light windows and over-door light. The doors open to:
Having polished oak flooring with an inset matwell, and a fine large decorative wall mirror. From the hallway a panelled door opens to:
Entrance vestibule 2.20m x 1.46m
Having polished light oak flooring following through from the reception hallway, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and panelled doors opening to:
Cloakroom cupboard 1.47m x 0.52m
With shelving and fitted coat hooks providing storage space.
Open living dining kitchen 6.98m x 6.49m maximum measurements
A splendid and elegant room having a lofty ceiling with decorative, original pierced corniced and a fine original centre ceiling rose. There are floor length original sliding sash windows with working shutters, overlooking the gardens and the former park. A glazed entrance door opens onto the gardens. The room has polished light oak flooring and an original feature fireplace with a decorative marble surround, bearing the family crest of the original owners and the initials wf (William Fowler). The fireplace has a fine cast iron and brass decorative insert and a quarry tiled heath housing a living flame gas fire. Part of the room is occupied by the kitchen, having a good range of light oak units with cupboards and drawers set beneath a granite work surface with a tiled splashback. There is an island unit forming a breakfast bar, beneath which is an integral fridge and freezer. Other integral appliances include automatic washer/dryer and 12-place setting dishwasher. Set within the work surface is a circular sink with mixer tap and drainer, and a 5-burner gas hob over which is an extractor hood. Fitted within the kitchen is a Neff electric oven and grill. There are wall mounted, illuminated, glass fronted display cabinets and open display shelves, and a larder style cupboard with basket drawers beneath. The room has central heating radiators with thermostatic valves, a television aerial point with satellite facility and ample space for dining furniture. There is an intercom link to the main entrance door. A panelled door leads to:
Bedroom one 5.00m x 4.57m maximum
Having dual aspect original sliding sash windows; the front windows with fitted working shutters and enjoying views over the private garden to the parkland beyond. The room has a high ceiling with original cornice and a fine pierced centre ceiling rose. There is a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve, a television aerial point, and a further panelled door which opens to:
Ensuite shower room 1.96m x 1.60m maximum measurements
A fully tiled room, illuminated by downlight spotlight, and having suite with porcelain wash hand basin with mixer tap, storage drawer beneath, and illuminated mirror fronted cabinet over, dual flush close coupled WC, quadrant shower cubicle with mixer shower and handheld shower spray, ladder style towel radiator, and an extractor fan.
From the open living dining kitchen, a further panelled door leads to:
Inner hallway 4.10m x 0.81m and 1.78m x 1.38m
An L shaped hallway having a polished light oak flooring following through from the living area, deep original skirting boards, a fitted cabinet, and panelled doors opening to:
A panelled door opening to a useful storage cupboard 0.85m x 0.83m deep storage cupboard, with fitted shelving and storage space.
Bedroom two 4.06m x 3.40m
With front aspect original sliding sash windows with fitted working shutters, enjoying the superb views over the garden and communal parkland. There is a further side aspect window flooding the room with natural light. The room has polished light oak flooring, elegant cornice to the ceiling and central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.
Bedroom three 3.18m x 3.06m
Having a side aspect sliding sash window set within a panelled reveal, the room has polished light oak flooring, central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a telephone point. There is a built-in wardrobe providing hanging space and storage shelving.
Bathroom 2.21m x 1.77m
Being partially tiled, with a ceramic tiled floor and suite with panelled bath with Victorian style mixer taps and handheld shower spray, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled W.C. The room has a shaver light, extractor fan and a ladder style towel radiator.
From the inner hallway a panelled door opens to a useful deep storage cupboard 0.85m x 0.83m with fitted shelving.
Located within the hallway is the Viessmann combination boiler which provides hot water and central heating to the property.
The property is approached via a block paved communal driveway with off-road parking provided via two allocated parking spaces. To the side of the property is a delightful area of garden, enclosed by iron fencing and having two good sized areas of garden laid to lawn with sculptured borders, and well stocked with a good variety of flowering plants and ornamental shrubs. A flagged pathway runs the length of the property giving access to two flagged seating areas, having ample space for garden furniture, which take advantage of the southerly aspect and the pleasant views over the enclosed garden to the communal parkland and lake. Within the garden is a timber garden shed. The property has outside lighting, power, and water supply.
All mains services are connected to the property.
Council tax band (Correct at time of publication) 'F'
Leaving Chesterfield along the A61 towards Sheffield, at the Whittington Moor roundabout take the B6052 towards Old Whittington. Follow the road up the hill, turning left at the mini-island into Woodmere Drive, where the property can be found on the right hand side.
All measurements in these details are approximate. None of the fixed appliances or services have been tested and no warranty can be given to their condition. The deeds have not been inspected by the writers of these details. These particulars are produced in good faith with the approval of the vendor but they should not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and they do not constitute any part of an offer or contract.
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