Summary **Viewing by appointment only** A Unique and Rare to the Market, a Farmhouse built in the 1700's in the highly sought after hamlet of Troway. A viewing is an absolute must to appreciate this residential property with extensive views of the local countryside. The house is in a conservation, greenbelt and triple ssi area, it is described as an area of natural beauty. A main gated entrance giving the property access through a right of way onto a private block paved driveway with ample off road parking. Adjacent to this is a large outbuilding consisting of a double garage and 3 large stables. The outbuildings have potential to be changed to further separate living accommodation/ holiday let with minimal effort and subject to necessary planning permissions. The existing farmhouse has 3 large double bedrooms with Full Planning Granted in 2018 for an extension to make it a 5-bedroom property with En-suite and a large kitchen. Currently downstairs the house has 3 good size formal reception rooms. A conservatory at the rear the property has amazing view of open countryside. Close to a reputable Ofsted Approved Schools including all Dronfield Primary Schools, St Marys Catholic High and Henry Fanshaw Secondary Schools. Making this an ideal family home.
Rear porch A large stone flag patio leads to the main entrance porch situated at the rear of the property with views overlooking the surrounding fields and countryside. To the right of the porch is the uPVC conservatory and to the left a doorway leading to the family kitchen.
Conservatory Creating fantastic extra living space it has a feature stonewall and tiled floor. A ceiling fan/light and radiator makes the room usable all year round. Double doors lead to the rear patio with the amazing views. Conservatory is still under warranty.
Breakfast kitchen 18' 6" x 7' 5" (5.66m x 2.28m) With ample wall and base units, contrasting worktops and tiled splash back. Stainless steel one and a half sink with chrome mixer tap. Integrated 4 ring electric hob, double electric oven, 2 uPVC windows and 2 radiators. Karndean light oak flooring, with the original ceiling oak beams. 3 further doors leads to the utility room, lounge and further reception room.
Oak lounge 12' 0" x 16' 3" (3.67m x 4.97m) A large living area with neutral decor and carpet flooring. One uPVC tinted and laminate window and one wooden window and French doors with glazing either side in wood plus large radiator.
Utility room 7' 5" x 7' 5" (2.28m x 2.28m) Fitted with wall unit and a contrasting worktop and tiled backsplash, with plumbing for washer and dishwasher, electric point for dryer. Karndean flooring, plug sockets and radiator. A large storage cupboard. Shower and separate WC and sink.
WC With a blue flowered pedestal sink and matching low flush WC. Down lights, obscure uPVC glass window and extractor fan.
Inner lobby Leading from the kitchen allows access to the sitting room and dining room, wall light and carpet flooring.
Sitting room 13' 4" x 13' 0" (4.08m x 3.97m) Traditionally decorated lounge with hardwood flooring. Radiator, wall light points, uPVC window overlooking to front gardens of the property.
Dining room 18' 8" x 13' 0" (5.7m x 3.97m) Dining room with space for a large family dining table. Carpeted floors uPVC windows and door with glass side panels and security lock leading to the front of the property. Open plan Mahogany hardwood stairs leading to the first floor with balustrade and original newel post.
Stairs and landing Wooden stairs with uPVC window overlooking front garden, rise to the first floor landing. Doors leading to the 3 double bedrooms, Family bathroom consisting of large shower, sink and WC and storage cupboards and a further room consisting of separate WC with sink.
Bedroom 1 13' 1" x 11' 1" (3.99m x 3.39m) Very large double bedroom carpet flooring and one full wall of built in wardrobes uPVC window overlooking front gardens and radiator.
Bedroom 2 13' 0" x 10' 9" (3.97m x 3.29m) Another large double bedroom with uPVC window overlooking the front gardens. Carpeted floors and radiator.
Bedroom 3 12' 10" x 7' 9" (3.93m x 2.38m) Smallest of the 3 double bedrooms with neutral décor and carpeted floors. Walk in wardrobe with small doorway into additional space of attic storage. Large windows overlooking the rear of the property and stunning open views of the Moss Valley Conservation area.
WC With pedestal sink and low flush WC, window, down light and radiator. High quality Italian tiled walls and carpeted floors.
Family bathroom Transformed in 2019 with a large walk in double shower cubicle with glass screen. Pedestal sink and low flush WC. Built in storage and high quality Italian tiled walls. New induction tank fitted 2019 to supply hot water for the house.
Outside The Farmhouse is set in beautifully manicured gardens with lawns and specimen shrubbery surrounding the house. To the rear, a paddock that is currently used as a lawn. Ample parking and outbuildings with double garage offer a substantial property in an idyllic location.
To the west side of the property a stone outbuilding containing WC, attached outbuilding containing the utility boiler and garden with Oil Tanks for the heating. There are two external meter boxes, one for the electric and the other for Gas which is a live connection but no meter.
The rear lawn has the septic tank to accommodate 16 people.
Property details - gravity fed induction tank for hot water fitted in 2019
- certified rewire in 2019
- CCTV system
- outside security lighting
- freehold - external WC
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||9.1%||£126,875||2.7||1.1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£81,975 (2)||£118,635 (33)||£166,148 (50)||£322,340 (26)||£404,869 (8)|
|Flats||£68,488 (4)||£99,500 (7)||£295,000 (1)||-||-|
|All||£72,983 (6)||£115,286 (40)||£168,675 (51)||£322,340 (26)||£404,869 (8)|