A FINE AND IMPRESSIVE, PERIOD FIVE-DOUBLE-BEDROOMED, FORMER FARMHOUSE, enjoying mature gardens of OVER HALF-AN-ACRE, and with delightful views over the surrounding countryside. The property benefits from central heating, and security alarm, and affords a wealth of period features, with early internal inspection highly recommended to be fully appreciated. The accommodation briefly comprises: -
GROUND FLOOR, impressive Entrance Porch, fine Reception Hall, large Drawing Room, separate Dining Room, Living Room, Study/Library, Farmhouse-style Breakfast Kitchen, and vaulted Basement Cellarage. FIRST FLOOR, landing, main Double Bedroom with En-Suite Dressing Area and Shower Room, Double Guest Bedroom Two with En-Suite Bathroom, inner landings, a further Three Double Bedrooms, and Two Family Bathrooms. ATTIC, an extensive number of Attic Rooms, ideal for conversion, subject to approvals. OUTSIDE, sweeping driveway, mature gardens, and Double Garage. EPC tbc, COUNCIL TAX BAND F.
We understand that Bradley Pastures has a Grade II Listing description of 'early Nineteenth-Century Farmhouse, cement rendered with plain tile roofs, with central doorway with Tuscan Doric entrance porch'.
Internally, the property has a wealth of character features, and offers well-proportioned reception rooms, farmhouse-style kitchen, five double bedrooms all enjoying panoramic views over the surrounding countryside, two en-suites, and two bedrooms, for 'modern living'. The attic affords the potential for conversion, if so required, and subject to obtaining approvals. Externally, the property benefits from double garage, and log store, and stands in over half-an-acre of mature gardens.
The property enjoys a delightful rural setting, on the outskirts of the Village of Bradley, with Village School, and Historic Church. Bradley is situated approximately three-miles east of the sought-after Market Town of Ashbourne, affording a comprehensive range of amenities to include; day-to-day shopping, doctors and dentist surgeries, public houses, and restaurants, together with highly regarded school catchment areas. Ashbourne is the 'Gateway to the Peak District' with Bradley being in only minutes driving distance of Carsington Reservoir affording a range of water-based activities, and approximately twelve-miles north-west of the City of Derby for more comprehensive amenities.
When leaving Derby city centre by vehicle, proceed along the Kedleston Road towards Allestree, proceeding through Allestree and taking the eventual left-hand turn before reaching Quarndon, towards Weston Underwood. Proceed through Weston Underwood and Hulland Ward, and after leaving Hulland Ward, after approximately two-miles, Bradley Pastures will be found on the right-hand side.
GADSBY NICHOLS GUIDELINES FOR VIEWINGS
We will, under strict Government Guidelines, recommence viewings, but only in accordance with the following, as set out by reference to the Government and Property Industry guidelines. To ensure maximum safety to our clients, potential purchasers and staff, we are implementing the following: -
1. Viewings will be undertaken strictly on an appointment basis, arranged by Gadsby Nichols, REF: R13107 - 01332 296396;
2. Viewers will need to confirm with Gadsby Nichols, whether they have had COVID-19, or shown symptoms, are shielding or clinically vulnerable, or are currently self isolating;
3. Open House viewings are not permitted. There is to be a maximum of 2 persons viewing from the same household. NO children or extended family can attend;
4. You are encouraged to view the property online in the first instance, and then only in person if you have a strong interest;
5. Viewings may be refused if you are not on the market and have a property to sell;
6. Viewings will be for a 15 minute duration, unless otherwise agreed. If accompanied by Gadsby Nichols, we will leave the property 10 minutes after the appointment time if the viewer has not arrived, unless we receive notification of a delay. The 2 metre distance rule will apply;
7. Viewers should wear the appropriate face mask and gloves (not supplied by the agents or vendors);
8. Viewers, on entering and leaving a property, should wash or sanitise their hands and use the towels provided;
9. Viewers are recommended to have their own hand sanitiser;
10. Viewers will not open any cupboards/wardrobes, etc., and avoid contact with door handles, surfaces, etc.;
Please note the vendors and agents, Gadsby Nichols, reserve the right to refuse entry to the property unless all of the above criteria is adhered to. Gadsby Nichols would, in anticipation, thank you for your co-operation in these matters during these restrictions, Government and Property Industry guidelines.
Having the benefit of central heating, and security alarm, the detailed accommodation comprises: -
Having front entrance door providing access to the: -
Having deep ceiling cornice, dado rail to the walls, and wide staircase with period balustrade, rising to the first floor semi-galleried landing, together with inner door leading to the: -
Having feature fan-glazed light over, central heating radiator, doors off to the kitchen, study, and sitting room, together with door providing access to the: -.
Having white suite comprising; low-level WC, and pedestal wash hand basin, together with central heating radiator, and tiled walls.
Being twin-vaulted, with thrawls, and electric power and light.
Having multi-pane glazed sash windows to the front and side with period timber shutters, Louis-style fire surround with marble hearth and back-plate, and fitted multi-fuel stove, together with deep ceiling cornice, two wall light points, and two central heating radiators.
Having fireplace recess with exposed timber over and fitted multi-fuel cast-iron stove, multi-pane glazed sash window to the front with timber window shutters, deep ceiling cornice, two wall light points, and two central heating radiators.
Having period polished-wood fire surround with marble hearth and back-plate, and fitted multi-fuel stove, together with four wall light points, and two central heating radiators.
Having feature local 'Hopton' marble fire surround, period timber panelling to the walls, attractive bay window to the rear with multi-pane sash windows and part-multi-pane glazed French door to the patio, together with a range of built-in period cupboards and display/book shelving.
Having a comprehensive range of handmade pine Farmhouse floor and wall units, together with granite work surface areas, centre breakfast island with granite work surface, marble tiled floor, one-and-a-half bowl single-drainer sink unit, Belfast white sink unit, modern contemporary vertical central heating radiator, multi-pane glazed windows, fourteen ceiling downlighters, plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine, door to outside, and door to a secondary staircase to the first floor.
Having deep ceiling cornice, ceiling rose, dado rail to the walls, and multi-pane glazed window to the front enjoying far-reaching views toward the Weaver Hills and Peak District. It should be noted that all the bedrooms enjoy countryside views.
These measurements are 'plus dressing area'.
Having an extensive range of quality fitments comprising; wardrobes, drawers, and display shelving, together with central heating radiator, and multi-pane double glazed sash window to the front.
Having fitted mirrors, central heating radiator, and two wall light points.
Having modern white suite comprising; low-level WC, bidet, pedestal wash hand basin, and shower cubicle with Aqualisa shower unit and tiled surround, together with central heating radiator, heated towel rail, ceiling extractor fan, and electric light and shaver point.
A delightful, spacious guest bedroom, having fitments comprising; one double and one single built-in wardrobes, and display/book shelving, together with sash windows to the front and side, and two central heating radiators.
Having modern white suite comprising; low-level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, and panelled bath with Triton shower unit over, together with part-tiled walls, tiled floor, electric light and shaver point, heated towel rail, and central heating radiator.
Having two central heating radiators, door to the secondary staircase, and door to the second floor attic rooms, together with walk-in store cupboard.
Having multi-pane glazed sash window, and two central heating radiators.
Having modern white suite comprising; panelled bath with shower mixer taps, walk-in shower enclosure with Aqualisa shower unit, low-level WC, and pedestal wash hand basin, together with part-tiled walls, multi-pane glazed sash window, ceiling extractor fan, illuminated vanity mirror with shaver point, and central heating radiator.
These measurements are 'maximum into bay'.
Being an attractive Children's bedroom, having built-in shelf cupboard, central heating radiator, and bay window to the rear incorporating three multi-pane glazed sash windows.
Having multi-pane glazed sash window, and central heating radiator.
Having suite comprising; corner Jacuzzi bath, bidet, low-level WC, and pedestal wash hand basin, together with built-in airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and recently installed condensing boiler, part-tiled walls, multi-pane glazed sash window, and central heating radiator.
Having a wealth of exposed beams, providing six attic rooms in total, together with a timber ladder to a roof window. The attic rooms offer excellent scope for further accommodation, if so required, and subject to obtaining the usual planning and building regulation approvals.
The property enjoys mature gardens extending to over half-an-acre, and is approached from the road via a gated access and sweeping gravel driveway to the front of the property, which also affords ample car standing spaces, which then continues to the side and rear of the property affording access to the double garage and a log store.
Having mature lawns, Historic Copper Beech tree, shrub borders, timber summer house, and separate secluded vegetable garden with greenhouse.
Having further lawn area, and shrub borders.
Having gravel and paved patio affording al-fresco dining, together with lower level lawn.
We understand the property is held freehold, with vacant possession provided upon completion.
From enquiries of the VOA Website, we understand that the property currently falls within council tax band F, with Derbyshire Dales Council. However, we would recommend any prospective purchasers make their own enquiries with the local authority.
If you are not buying one of our properties, but need a survey or valuation, please contact our offices for further information and advice on 01332 296396. We offer a range of surveys and valuations to cover all house types.
At Gadsby Nichols we have a clear goal - to provide the best quality advice and service to each and every one of our clients. This commitment underpins all our activities and means we have invested heavily in our most important resource - our people.Steve Gadsby BSc FRICS Director
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