A SUBSTANTIAL Four bedroom stone farmhouse together with range of outbuildings and land, with the benefit of full planning approval for four new dwellings
Middle Farm is situated off Rectory Road on the outskirts of the historic North Derbyshire village of Duckmanton.
The property offers an excellent central strategic base, with Junction 29a of the M1 being less than one mile away and Chesterfield Station being only 4.1 miles away providing ready access onto the Midland Mainline.
Middle Farm sits in a prominent position on the outskirts of Duckmanton with far reaching views.
The farmhouse is a substantial four bedroom detached stone residence with flexible, well laid out accommodation, sat within its own grounds, together with a range of traditional stone and brick buildings. It boasts extensive gardens accommodating extensive herbaceous borders together with approximately 0.6 acres of pasture equipped with a stable block.
The farm also has more modern general purpose buildings currently used for implement storage.
The property has the benefit of full planning approval for the creation of four new courtyard dwellings.
Accessed through the panelled front door with fan light over, the Entrance Hall provides an impressive arrival to the Farmhouse.
Accessed off the Entrance Hall, it provides a good sized room with a southern aspect overlooking the lawned garden.
Accessed from the Entrance Hall the carpeted Lounge is a large light room, with views to two aspects having a LPG coal effect fire.
The Dining Room is at the heart of the home, linking into both the Kitchen and Hallway, together with patio doors leading outside. The room is particularly well finished and benefits from a multi-fuel stove.
Whilst currently used as a Utility Room with a range of timber units, the size and location of this room offers scope for a range of alternative uses to accord with the successful purchasers needs. The room has views to the south and west overlooking the gardens and is accessed from the Dining Room.
The Kitchen features a range of attractive wall and base units with granite effect work surface. The kitchen benefits from an integrated â€˜Moffattâ€™ electric oven, grill and hob and integrated â€˜Kenwoodâ€™ Dishwasher both having a brushed aluminium finish. The Kitchen has access outside into the gardens off the western elevation.
The double glazed timber Conservatory adjoins the Kitchen providing a spacious light room with external access. A small Lavatory is located off the conservatory (1.66m x 0.91m).
The Cellar provides the opportunity for useful storage. It is accessed from the Entrance Hall down a flight of stone steps.
The large landing provides access to all of the first floor rooms, that can be summarised as follows;
Accessed from the Landing, it offers a good sized room with far reaching views to the south.
Accessed from the Landing this room has far reaching views to the south.
Accessed from the Landing the room has a large built in wardrobe and has a southerly aspect.
A good sized room with far reaching views to the south.
A very attractive room featuring bath, free standing shower, pedestal sink, WC and bidet.
TWO STOREY STONE AND SLATE OUTBUILDING
This building adjoins the farmhouse and could be readily linked into from the landing of the farmhouse. The ground floor has a GIA of 4.86m x 3.73m and the first floor has two rooms of 3.37m x 4.79m GIA and 3.74m x 4.81m GIA respectively.
TRADITIONAL STONE OUTBUILDING
Benefitting from a concrete floor, electrics and box profile metal roof cladding, the building is currently used for garaging and light storage.
GARAGES & WORKSHOP
An attractive detached brick and tile triple garage with concrete floor and electrics.
A concrete block built whitewashed stable block comprising two loose boxes with concrete apron opening up onto the grass paddock.