Ashton House, Mill Bridge, Castleton, Hope Valley, Derbyshire
The property is situated in the heart of Castleton, Hope Valley, Derbyshire within the conservation area. The property is approximately 200 yards from the main bus terminal in the village and also 100 yards from the main car park facility. Castleton is located approximately 16 miles (25.75 kilometres) west of Sheffield, 12 miles (19 kilometres) north west of Bakewell, 10 miles (16 kilometres) north east of Buxton and 28 miles (45 kilometres) east of Manchester. The A6187 from Sheffield runs through the village becoming an unclassified road as it leaves the western edge of the village and runs up through Winnats Pass in the direction of Chapel-en-le-Frith. It is a popular tourist destination having a Youth Hostel and many local attractions, particularly the four Caverns and Peveril Castle.
The property is predominantly detached and is built with stone elevations and pitched tile roof. The accommodation is on two floors but there is also a mezzanine area to the first floor which gives additional accommodation. It is understood that the property is not Listed but it is situated in the conservation area and has been improved in the past with provision of UPVC double glazed windows and some background air to air heating. Many internal fittings have also been improved.
The property has had many uses over the years with the last use being offices and laboratories. It is approximately 130 years old.
The main accommodation is on two floors and is as follows:-
TWO SEPARATE OFFICE AREAS Giving accommodation of approximately 51.4 sq m (553 sq ft).
OPEN PLAN GENERAL OFFICE 53.6 sq m (577 sq ft). With
kitchen/mess room off.
A spiral staircase leads from the centre of the first floor open plan office up to a mezzanine area. This has restricted headroom but has a useable space of approximately 15 sq m (161 sq ft).
KITCHEN/MESS ROOM 6.6 sq m (71 sq ft)
There are toilet facilities to both floors and outside there is an additional kitchen/utility area of 7.9 sq m (85 sq ft).
There is a garage area which is accessible from the right side ground floor office which has sliding doors and gives vehicle access out onto Mill Lane. There is a roof area set out for seating/smoking at first floor level. This is accessed from the first floor general office but also by an outside metal staircase from an enclosed ground floor passage.
There is provision for one or possibly two cars off road to the left side of the property.
It is understood that all services are available to the property except mains gas. As mentioned earlier there is background air to air heating with some electric wall mounted radiators.
The property is currently in the 2010 Non-Domestic Rating List and is described as Hall and Premises with a Rateable Value of £1,000.
All prospective purchasers (prior to making an offer) must refer to the Planning Department of Peak District National Park Authority, Aldern House, Baslow Road, Bakewell, DE45 1AE.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
The property has an Energy Performance Rating of 54 and a full copy of the Energy Performance Certificate is available on request from the Sole Agents.
The property is understood to be Freehold with no known restrictions or covenants.
Offers in excess of £300,000
An offer subject to Planning Permission will not be accepted.