A most attractive residential farm/equestrian property. Traditional farmhouse with adjoining stone barn offering potential for extension, buildings and grassland extending in total to approx 18.28 acres.
Hagg Hill Farm is situated just off Pilsley Road on the edge of Lower Pilsley in a rural, yet convenient location.
Many local towns are within close proximity and the property is ideally located for commuting to Chesterfield, Derby, Sheffield and Nottingham, Junctions 28 and 29 of the M1 Motorway are in close proximity. Mainline rail connections are available at Chesterfield, Alfreton and Derby and the International Airport at East Midlands is within 1 hrs travelling time.
From Stretton take the A61 north towards Clay Cross. In reaching Clay Cross turn off right at the traffic lights signposted Danesmoor and Pilsley. Proceed on the road for approximately 1 mile, which turns into Pilsley Road and the property can be identified by our For Sale signboard.
The property comprises an attractive stone built farmhouse, adjoining barn with scope for extension into the present living accommodation for which planning consent has been approved), a further range of buildings and approximately 17.55 acres of grassland all within a ring fence. The property has undergone recent practical renovation to a very high standard.
The sale provides a rare opportunity to purchase a well located small holding which is conveniently situated for local towns, but with the benefit of a delightful rural setting.
The house is understood to date back to 17th Century and retains many original features. The land is down to grass and is an ideal sized smallholding or equestrian property.
The farmhouse is constructed of stone walls beneath a recently reroofed flagged roof and boasts attractive period features such as beamed ceilings and exposes stonework.
The accommodation comprises:
FRONT ENTRANCE DOOR to
LOUNGE 4.61m x 3.1m
Having decorative oak fireplace with stone hearth and attractive half mill stone exposed, solid fuel log burner and radiator, laminate floor.
KITCHEN 4.58m x 4.15m
With new stone flag floor, solid fuel stove in stone surround, recently refitted units including a deep glazed sink in rustic oak base wall and tall cupboards. Granite worktops, AEG oven and Zanussi induction hob with hood over, wine chiller, AEG dishwasher, Philips Whirlpool fridge freezer and AEG washing machine and dryer. Beams to ceiling, inset shelving to fire surround.
UTILITY ROOM 3.57m x 2.48m
With plumbing for automatic washing machine, rear door to the exterior. Stone floor.
OFFICE/STUDY 3.64m x 2.78m
With stone floor and cloaks cupboard
BEDROOM ONE 4.60m x 3.12m
with cupboard off and radiator. There is potential to create an en-suite shower room within the lobby.
BEDROOM TWO 4.60m x 3.12m
With airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder, radiator.
Suite comprising shower cubicle, WC, wash hand basin, cupboard unit, part tiled walls and radiator.
·Adjoining the farmhouse is a traditional stone barn comprising stables, former cow sheds and stores with loft over.
·Planning consent has been granted for conversion of this building to residential accommodation attached to the farmhouse.
·Adjoining the stone barn to the rear is a large pole barn utilised for stabling and storage with an additional lean to pole barn attached all now converted to stabling and opposite the house and adjacent to the garden area is a brick built shed with adjoining stone cow shed.
·These buildings offer scope for conversation or creation of carriaging.
·To the side of the stone barn is a further cow shed building.
·Rear Yard Area with access to the land.
·Stabling for a further seven horses in wooden stables plus outdoor floodlit area, steel container with toilet, office area and power supply.
·Winter turnout area with woodchip base.
·Steel container for tack
·Stoned driveway, tracks and parking and turning areas.