Situated on this quiet backwater and enjoying a semi rural feel is this mid 19th Century stone built converted stable which occupies an expansive plot and most characterful accommodation throughout. The Stables is offered for sale with no chain and early vacant possession and homes of this calibre are increasingly rare to the open market so an early inspection is strongly advised. Retaining charm and original features throughout the property has gas fired central heating, double glazing, large driveway and sizeable grounds with terrace areas and large summer house / pavilion. The accommodation comprises; entrance lobby, breakfast / dining room, farmhouse style kitchen with Aga, inner lobby with utility cupboard and WC and superb sitting room with impressive original fireplace. To the first floor, three double bedrooms and bathroom with contemporary suite. If you are looking for something individual and unique than look no further. The Stables has a wide range of amenities in nearby Dore Village and sits on the doorstep of The Peak District National Park. Excellent school catchment.
Oak front entrance door with feature leaded section opens through in to the
Having a front facing window with lovely views of the grounds, tiled floor, radiator, LED lighting and twin glazed inner doors open through in to the
A good sized room having room for table, tiled floor, door to the sitting room and open access to the
Fitted with a comprehensive range of wall and base units, granite work surfaces with inset Belfast sink with mixer tap. Central island with granite top and drawers, tiled floor, recess LED lighting, integrated fridge freezer and additional freezer, dishwasher and Neff stainless steel microwave oven. Two oven Aga in cream, original exposed beams, to the front a stable entrance door with double glazed top section and matching windows to either side and to the rear two double glazed obscured windows, Door to staircase that rises to the first floor and door to an
Having cupboard that has plumbing for washing machine and door to the
With white suite comprising of pedestal wash hand basin and dual flush WC. Tiled floor, rear double glazed obscured window and cupboard housing the gas fired combination central heating boiler.
From the breakfast / dining room door to the
A simply stunning sitting room that enjoys fantastic views over the expansive grounds from the broad front facing double glazed window, two radiators and attractive decoration. An impressive feature to the room is the original stone fireplace with Latin inscription and inset dog grate having arched double glazed windows to either side. Exposed beams and a rear double glazed obscured window.
Door from the rear of the breakfast kitchen gives access to a staircase that rises to the
Having two rear facing feature double glazed obscured arched windows with deep stone display sills, radiator and hatch to loft space.
A good sized double bedroom which enjoys stunning views from the front facing double glazed picture window. Exposed beams, recess lighting and radiator.
A second double bedroom having a front facing double glazed windows with a delightful aspect, recess lighting, exposed beans and radiator.
A third double bedroom having a front facing double glazed windows with a delightful aspect, exposed beams, recess lighting and radiator.
A contemporary styled bathroom with dual flush WC, circular marble wash hand basin on a vanity stand with mirror over and rolled top stand alone bath. Corner shower cubicle with oversized fixed shower head, tiled floor, tiled walls, recess lighting, exposed beams, heated towel rail and a rear arched double glazed obscured window.
Approached via a pair of timber gates on to a large driveway and hard standing area. Set beyond are the grounds to The Stables which are considerable, predominately laid to lawn with various terrace areas to use as entertainment areas. Mature bushes and shrubbery provide an established and private feel. To the far end of the garden there is a large summer house / pavilion.
The Vendor is prepared to negotiate in addition the sale of a two storey stone built detached clinic that adjoins The Stables.
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|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||3.1%||£221,633||3||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£150,000 (1)||£250,000 (4)||£283,547 (38)||£478,838 (26)||£698,077 (13)|
|Flats||£131,250 (4)||£156,495 (10)||-||£265,000 (1)||-|
|All||£135,000 (5)||£183,211 (14)||£283,547 (38)||£470,919 (27)||£698,077 (13)|