6 bedroom country house for sale

£1,500,000
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Beds: 6
Baths: 3
Bradshaw Hall, Chapel-En-Le-Frith, High Peak, Derbyshire SK23 See map

Follow the picturesque country drive alongside the Chapel-en-le-Frith golf course to the impressive Grade II-listed Bradshaw Hall. This 17th-century Jacobean country house, constructed in 1620 by Francis Bradshaw, is a prime example of Jacobean architecture. It features an L-shaped design, gabled rooflines, and mullioned windows. A later extension increased the house’s footprint, elevating its grand position at the foot of Eccles Pike.

The house is impressive with its many period features, and the grand gateway, also Grade II listed and adorned with the Bradshaw family arms, adds to the charm. The substantial property includes Bradshaw Hall, several outbuildings, and a large greenhouse on nearly 30 acres of grazing land.

Inside, the home boasts original panelling, most notably in the dining and living rooms, a 17th-century oak staircase, original oak flooring, and a plasterwork ceiling at the first landing with a central Tudor rose and an inscription that reads ‘A MAN WITHOUT MERCY OF MERCY SHALL MISS BUT HE SHALL HAVE MERCY THAT MERCIFUL IS: LOVE GOD BUT NOT GOULD’. The house’s most striking feature is the mullioned windows, indicative of the period’s architecture.

The House

Bradshaw Hall’s entrance hall leads to two large reception rooms, a generous dining kitchen, and a scullery. There are also four bedrooms, two of which are very impressive in size and feature stone hearth fireplaces. Two bathrooms, which are en-suite to two bedrooms, ensure residents’ convenience. The oak staircase extends to the loft and roof access. Another entrance hall connects to the extension, which features a living room, kitchen, two bedrooms, and a bathroom upstairs.

Outside and Gardens

The property has several outbuildings, including two double garages, a large barn, and sheds across three buildings. These present an opportunity to repurpose for use or further development, subject to planning. The extensive gardens add to the home’s magnificence with lush green lawns and several fields comprising nearly 30 acres of land, surrounded by unspoilt views of the Combs Valley to the front and Eccles Pike to the back. A shining example and evidence of the property’s rich history is the well-documented archway, which is also Grade II listed and prominently displayed in the garden. Adjacent to the archway is a stonewall-enclosed and intimate garden offering another magical retreat.

In Conclusion

Bradshaw Hall is a fantastic example of a grand Grade II-listed country home that offers the opportunity to own a piece of history as a multi-generational family home or to develop the property with a business venture in mind. With a multitude of possibilities, this home is sure to impress!

Listed: June 8, 2024
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