House For Sale

Fressingfield Manor, Fressingfield Manor, 116 Blagreaves, Littleover, Derbyshire

Asking price £1,100,000


**PRICE REDUCTION** A handsome Victorian house in impressive gardens with 10 bedrooms, a fantastic family home.

  • Impressive galleried landing
  • Reception hall, drawing room, dining room, sitting room
  • Kitchen, receiving room, servants dining room, butler's pantry
  • 10 bedrooms, 3 bath/shower rooms
  • 2 garages with workshop and loft
  • External larder and laundry room
  • Greenhouses and potting shed, car port
  • Delightful mature gardens
  • About 7,524 sq.ft (gross internal floor area)

Situation
Fressingfield Manor is situated within the desirable suburban village of Littleover with easy access to a great range of amenities. A wider range of facilities and services can be found in nearby Derby and Ashbourne with easy access to the cities of
Birmingham, Leicester and Nottingham.
The area is extremely well served with major roads including the A50, M42, M1 and A38. East Midlands Airport is only 14.1 miles away and Birmingham Airport 40.7 miles away. There are directrail services to London available from Derby and East Midlands Parkway. The area offers an excellent range of schooling including Derby High School, Derby Moor Academy, Derby Grammar, Ivy House School, Repton School, Denstone College, Foremark Hall Preparatory School and Abbotsholme School.
The property is not far from the Peak District National Park which offers wonderful landscapes and great opportunities for walking, cycling and horse riding. Golfing is available nearby at Mickleover, Sinfin, Breadsall Priory and Horsley Lodge golf clubs.


Description
Fressingfield Manor is a very impressive period house in extensive grounds. It is understood that the property was constructed in 1860 and built on land that was formerly part of the Littleover Hall
estate. The property was significantly remodelled in 1924 and with various subsequent developments it now presents a superbly proportioned and handsome property with versatile accommodation over two main floors. It is considered to have some local importance, from an architectural and historical viewpoint.
The house is constructed of mellow red brick elevations under a pitched tiled roof with the exterior finished off by being hung throughout in fish-scale and rectangular tiles. The house is
approached via a private gated driveway off Blagreaves Lane.


Accommodation
The house accommodation extends to approximately 7,524 sq. ft (699 sq. m) and is beautifully presented throughout following
extensive interior design work in recent years. A heavy timber door leads into an initial entrance hallway with a door leading into a guest cloakroom. A glazed door leads into an impressive
reception hall dominated by a splendid staircase. The principal reception rooms are accessed off the reception hallway, the most impressive of which is the large drawing room providing a spacious area for formal entertainment with a lovely outlook over
the rear gardens. Situated beside the formal drawing room is a well-proportioned dining room with high ceilings and a period fireplace. The receiving room takes you through to the second
large sitting room with period fireplace and sitting room. There is a servants dining room and butler's pantry leading through to the kitchen which has a comprehensive range of base and wall units
incorporating a butler's sink, an Aga and Leisure oven.
The grand staircase leads to the first-floor accommodation which is set around a most attractive galleried landing. There are six
bedrooms, two family bath/shower rooms and an inner hallway leading through to a loft and workshop area with potential for renovating or development, subject to the necessary consents.
Additional stairs lead to the second floor where there are four further bedrooms, a sitting room and bathroom allowing further semi-independent accommodation.


Gardens and grounds
Fressingfield Manor is accessed through a stone pillar gateway leading to a large parking area with timber framed two bay car port. There is a brick under tile outbuilding providing garaging with
larder and former stabling suitable for being a laundry area, subject to the necessary consents. Beyond the garage there are extensive glass houses and a potting shed. There are delightful
gardens at Fressingfield Manor with a range of mature trees, shrubs and perennials bordering the garden. There is a large paved terrace area for al fresco entertainment, a trellis walkway and an expansive lawned area with splendid trees offering privacy and a very mature setting.

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