4 bedroom detached house for sale

£1,100,000
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Beds: 4
Baths: 4
Tunstead Milton, Whaley Bridge, High Peak SK23 See map

An impressive Grade II listed farmhouse in an enviable position offering stunning views over the surrounding countryside and Combs reservoir. This home has been very well maintained and offers substantial and versatile accommodation which includes an annex in the detached garage, ideal for visitors, relatives or holiday let. The property retains many original features including exposed ceiling beams, stone mullioned windows with the stand out feature being the large inglenook fireplace in the sitting room. Living accommodation includes two generous reception rooms along with the kitchen and utility room. The bedrooms provide further delightful views with bedroom three having a large dressing room with second staircase which could comfortable be used as an additional bedroom with its own ensuite shower room. There is a paved courtyard garden to the rear whilst the front has a paddock and chicken run and houses.
Whilst benefiting from a rural position, the property is conveniently located in a small hamlet only a few minutes drive away from the towns of Chapel-en-le-Frith and Whaley Bridge where you will find supermarkets, local shops, eateries and schools. There are train stations at each which link Buxton and Manchester.DirectionsSK23 7ES for your Sat Nav.
From Chapel, turn off Tom Lane just after the reservoir. Follow this narrow road passes the carpark on the right, continue up the lane keep following to the right. As the road ends, the entrance to the driveway is on the right hand side.LocationChapel-en-le-Frith, known as ‘The Capital of the Peak’ nestles in an upland valley in the High Peak and is surrounded by dramatic landscape of gritstone ridges and shapely hills. The town takes its name from a small chapel built in 1225 by the keepers of the Royal Forest that is now the Church of St Thomas Becket, where 1,500 Scottish soldiers were imprisoned during the Civil War. The historic town centre also features a traditional marketplace which still has its original renowned stocks which the local cafe takes its name. A common phrase you here many resident say is “We are so lucky to live here” even after living in the town for decades. That is further, solid evidence, if ever it was needed that Chapel-en-le-Frith and its surrounding towns and villages are an excellent place to set up home.TenureFREEHOLD Subject to Verification by SolicitorsServices (Not Tested)Services have not been tested and you are advised to make your own enquiries and/or inspections.Local AuthorityHigh Peak Borough CouncilViewingViewing strictly by appointment through the Agents.

Listed: September 8, 2023
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