4 Bedroom Detached House Sold in High Peak, SK23
Chinley, High Peak, Derbyshire
Versatile family home with magnificent views and 2 acres of grounds. Rural setting but well placed to commute to Manchester or Sheffield 4 double bedroom, magnificent 30ft main lounge, games room, dining room, play room.
A renovated stone detached farmhouse in a private position with panoramic views over the surrounding countryside. With almost 2 acres of land including an acre paddock, children's play area and an outside sitting area that gets the sun from early morning until it drops down over Craken edge in the evening.
Bole Hill Farm has been sympathetically renovated retaining many of the property's original features, old beams and stone floors and benefits from fantastic versatile accommodation which is well presented.
The house has four double bedrooms with 2 on suite and 2 further shower rooms.
On the lower level the old coach house is converted into a large games room and double bedroom with on suite bathroom.
The 30 ft main lounge with exposed beams and large wood burning stove is on a half landing up from the kitchen and dining room.
The Farm house benefits from a large dining room with original stone floor. It has a wood burning stove for added warmth and cosiness. The kitchen is large and modern and well equipped with a 6 ring range cooker with double oven and space for an American fridge freezer ,a half flight of stairs leading off from the kitchen into the 2nd Lounge.
There is a study, downstairs shower room and utility room also on this level
The farmhouse is approached via an impressive electric gated driveway which leads to excellent parking facilities for numerous cars. There are landscaped gardens with play area which includes full size trampoline with nets, two Wendy houses, swings, sand pit and climbing frame. In addition there is a paddock which is currently adapted to a quad bike track with a small football pitch in the centre. There is a wooden block of 3 stables with electricity and water.
2 miles from Chinley village with pubs post office and restaurants, there is also a station taking you to Manchester or Sheffield within 40 minutes.
Stockport Grammar School bus passes the house.
The central heating is oil, There is no mains water but the house has its own bore hole and water treatment system providing fresh spring water.There is a clargester septic tank for waste disposal.