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Beechfield House Milken Lane, Far Hill, Ashover, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S45 0BA

Offers in the region of: £899,000
Standing on a plot of approximately 0.6 acres is Beechfield House, which offers a superb opportunity for development. Comprising of a three bedroomed home and four outbuildings, this property has the benefit of planning permission for the usage change of one of the barns and demolition of another barn to form a two bedroomed dwelling.
  • * A Wonderful Three Bedroomed Semi-Detached Home *
  • * Planning Reference: 21/00113/FL *
  • * Situated in a Plot of Approximately 0.6 Acres *
  • * Four Outbuildings with Three Stables & Two Barns *
  • * Ideal for Equestrian Usage *
  • * Sizeable Paddock *
  • * Wealth of Character and Charm *
  • * Generous Gardens to the Front and Rear *
  • * Far-Reaching Views to the Front *
  • * Semi-Rural Location *
Currently within the land are four outbuildings, which consist of three stables, two barns and a garage with a versatile office above. There is also a separate detached garage and a sizeable paddock to the rear of the outbuildings that is ideal for equestrian usage or additional garden space.
Beechfield House presents a fantastic project to a purchaser who is looking to action the planning permission to create additional accommodation, whilst still having a separate residence on the site. The approved planning permission is for the change of use of one of the barns (Barn 1) on-site into a two bedroomed dwelling and the demolition of another barn (Barn 2). Planning reference: 21/00113/FL. Likewise, the property lends itself well to families and those who enjoy equestrian pursuits with the semi-rural location providing a great setting for hacking.
The characterful three bedroomed semi-detached home is believed in parts to date back to the mid 1700s. This fabulous home retains a wealth of character features and has far-reaching views to the front. The accommodation on offer is well-proportioned with a spacious lounge incorporating a log burning stove, a separate dining room, three double bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Additionally, the three bedroomed home has the potential for extension and the other outbuildings could be further developed (all subject to necessary planning consents).
The property is situated with access to the village of Ashover, which offers local amenities such as public houses, cafes and schooling, including the sought-after Ashover Primary School. Also, a short drive away is the popular Peak District National Park with a range of outdoor activities and villages to explore.
The property briefly comprises on the ground floor: Entrance hallway, lounge, dining room, kitchen, inner hallway, utility room and bathroom.
On the first floor: Landing, master bedroom, bedroom 2, bedroom 3, family bathroom and storage cupboard.
Lounge
Tenure
Freehold
Council tax band
F
Ground Floor
A heavy timber door with a glazed obscured panel opens to the:
Entrance Hallway
Entrance Hallway
Timber doors open to the lounge and dining room.
Lounge
Lounge
4.34m x 3.53m (14'2" x 11'6")
A spacious reception room with exposed timber beams, front facing timber glazed window and a side facing timber double glazed window. Also having wall mounted light points, central heating radiator, telephone points and TV/aerial cabling. The focal point of the room is the Carron log burning stove with a tiled hearth. A timber door gives access to a useful under-stairs storage cupboard with a flush light point and a separate timber door opens to the inner hallway.
Dining Room
Dining Room
3.56m x 3.40m (11'8" x 11'1")
Another well-proportioned room with a front facing timber glazed window, wall mounted light points, central heating radiator and a telephone point. A timber door opens to the kitchen.
Kitchen
Kitchen
3.20m x 2.87m (10'5" x 9'4")
Having a rear facing timber glazed window, flush light point and a central heating radiator. There’s a range of fitted base/wall and drawer units with matching work surfaces, tiled splashbacks, under-counter lighting and a 1.0 bowl stainless steel sink with a chrome mixer tap. The appliances are freestanding and include a Leisure cooker with a four-ring hob, fan oven and grill, and an extractor hood above. Also including a Bosch dishwasher and a fridge/freezer. An opening gives access to the inner hallway.
Inner Hallway
Having decorative ceiling roses, flush light point, wall mounted light points and a central heating radiator. Timber doors open to the utility room, bathroom and lounge. An oak stable-style door with an obscured glazed panel opens to the side of the property.
Utility Room
2.08m x 1.88m (6'9" x 6'2")
Having a rear facing UPVC double glazed window, pendant light point, cloaks hanging and a central heating radiator. Also having provision for an automatic washing machine and tumble dryer.
Bathroom
Bathroom
Having a rear facing UPVC double glazed obscured window, flush light point, partially tiled walls, central heating radiator and tiled flooring. There’s a suite, which comprises of a low-level WC and a pedestal wash hand basin with traditional chrome taps. To one corner, there’s a panelled bath with a chrome mixer tap and a fitted shower above.

From the entrance hallway, a staircase with a timber hand rail rises to the:
First Floor
Landing
Having wall mounted light points and timber doors opening to the master bedroom, bedroom 2, bedroom 3, family bathroom and a storage cupboard. Access can be gained to a loft space.
Master Bedroom
Master Bedroom
5.77m x 3.63m (18'11" x 11'10")
A generously-sized master bedroom with a front facing timber double glazed window and timber glazed window and exposed timber beams. Also having a pendant light point, a wall mounted light point and a central heating radiator.
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 2
4.78m x 3.30m (15'8" x 10'9")
Another double bedroom with a rear facing timber glazed sash window, exposed timber beams, pendant light point and a central heating radiator. There’s a range of fitted furniture to one wall, which incorporates long hanging, shelving and drawers.
Bedroom 3
Bedroom 3
3.63m x 3.58m (11'10" x 11'8")
Having a front facing timber double glazed window, flush light point, wall mounted light point and a central heating radiator.
Family Bathroom
Family Bathroom
Having a rear facing timber glazed obscured window, ceiling box lighting, partially tiled walls, chrome heated towel rail and a central heating radiator. There’s a suite in white, which comprises of a low-level WC and a pedestal wash hand basin with traditional chrome taps, a fitted mirror above and a light point with an integrated shaver point. Also having a panelled bath with a chrome mixer tap and a fitted shower. To one wall, there’s a range of fitted storage, incorporating hanging and shelving.
Storage Cupboard
Having a flush light point.
Exterior and Gardens
From Milken Lane, an electric timber gate opens to a hard-standing where a variety of outbuildings are situated.
Barn 1
Barn 1
A two storey barn with a garage, hallway and office.
Ground Floor
Garage
6.50m x 4.52m (21'3" x 14'9")
Having an electric up-and-over door, light, power and a water tap.
Hallway
Having a flush light point and a staircase with timber handrail rising to the office. A timber door opens to the side of the barn, where there’s a stone flagged path leading back to the hard-standing.
First Floor
Office
Office
6.45m x 4.37m (21'1" x 14'4")
A versatile space, with front and rear facing timber double glazed windows, strip lighting, power and pine flooring.
Barn 2
5.87m x 4.34m (19'3" x 14'2")
An open barn.
Barn 3
5.38m x 2.79m (17'7" x 9'1")
Having light and a stable to one corner. A timber door opens to the hard-standing.
Barn 4
Barn 4
9.25m x 5.38m (30'4" x 17'7")
An open hay barn and a stable to one side with light and a stable-style door opening to the hard-standing.
From the hard-standing, access can be gained to a pigsty and garage. A timber gate also opens to a shared access road, which serves the neighbouring properties and leads back to Milken Lane.
Garage
5.71m x 3.99m (18'8" x 13'1")
Having an electric up-and-over door, a side facing timber glazed window, light and power.
Exterior and Gardens
Behind the outbuildings, there is a large lawned area, bordered by stone walling and having mature trees and hedging. A gap in the stone walling gives access to a raised garden at the rear of the house. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with exterior lighting, mature trees/shrubs and being enclosed by stone walling and fencing. A stone flagged path leads to a wrought iron pedestrian gate opening to the house.
Exterior and Gardens
To the side of the house, there’s a stone flagged seating terrace with exterior lighting and housing the Worcester boiler. A pedestrian wrought iron gate opens to the rear of the property where there’s a path with a water tap.
Exterior and Gardens
From the side, access can be gained to the front of the property and main entrance door. There’s a garden being mainly laid to lawn with mature hedging borders and housing the oil tank. A path leads to a wrought iron gate opening to the shared access road.
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Note
Whilst we aim to make these particulars as accurate as possible, please be aware that they have been composed for guidance purposes only. Therefore, the details within should not be relied on as being factually accurate and do not form part of an offer or contract. All measurements are approximate. None of the services, fittings or appliances (if any), heating installations, plumbing or electrical systems have been tested and therefore no warranty can be given as to their working ability. All photography is for illustration purposes only.
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