Bradbourne, DE6

A Grade II* listed, 17th century three/four bedroom rural property on the edge of the Peak District set on a hillside surrounded by its own land, overlooking a beautiful valley and approached by a private driveway.


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Horsley House, dated 1640, stands on a hillside surrounded by fairly steep land of just over 8 acres. There is an option to purchase less land or add a further 3 acres of mainly flat land with fishing rights. The drive goes up  between the orchard and a wood and there is ample parking space alongside a garage and workshop. Away from the house stands a substantial stone barn previously used for animals but has potential for alteration to a three bedroom accommodation or work area etc. (STC) The property benefits from solar panels and a biomass boiler for central heating and hot water. Water and drainage are by private means. Spring water is connected to a bladder system and pumped up to the house from a building near the drive entrance. 

 The  rooms have original oak beams and stone mullioned windows. A small conservatory leads into the kitchen with a modern electric "Everhot" range. One wall has solid wood kitchen units inset with a Belfast sink and mixer tap. Off the kitchen are two sitting rooms both with log burners, a door leads out to steps down to the front garden. The cellar, with base of a cheese press, thrall and small windows, is beneath the large sitting room and accessed from steps in the kitchen. 

From the first floor landing to the right is a large double bedroom with exposed original stone fireplace and windows facing south. A single bedroom is to the left off the landing and stairs go up to the walk-in attic the full length of the house. A door leads to a large sitting room, where there is a small wardrobe and a WC. and a small bathroom with spa bath, shower and washbasin. At the side of this is a further double bedroom overlooking the orchard. A passageway leads to a modern bathroom with washbasin, slipper bath, corner shower cubicle, WC and under floor heating. Beyond this is a study/single bedroom with patio doors leading out to a balcony overlooking the top of the driveway.

Outside attached to the house is a utility room with range of storage units and housing the hot water cylinders. Next to it a WC.  A patio overlooks the orchard with extensive views of the valley  and leads to a dog compound with dog shed. What was an old stone pig sty with tiled roof serves as a wood store.

Horsley House is 4 miles from the market town of Ashbourne with a choice of 4 small supermarkets. There is a well known Secondary School and the surrounding villages each have small Primary Schools. Derby city with rail station is approximately 18 miles away.  Bus services from Ashbourne go to the towns of Derby, Uttoxeter 13 miles, Bakewell 13 miles, Buxton 18 miles and local villages.

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From the horse's mouth

The 17th century stonebuilt house with stone mullions and old oak beams is in a peaceful, tranquil setting overlooking a beautiful valley.

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