House For Sale

Tinkley Lane Farm, Tinkley Lane, Alton, Ashover

Guide price £1,100,000 Sale Agreed

A spacious detached family home, set within the most delightful rural position and with range of outbuildings, self-contained one bedroom annexe and grounds extending to circa 3.60 acres.

  • Entrance porch/lobby
  • Well appointed fitted breakfast kitchen
  • Utility room and pantry
  • Dining, sitting room and snug
  • Master bedroom with en suite
  • Three further bedrooms, one with en suite & bathroom
  • Self contained one bedroom annexe
  • Range of outbuildings, to include garaging
  • Grounds extending to circa 3.60 acres
  • Formal gardens and grazing paddock

Tinkley Lane Farm is set in an elevated position in the charming hamlet of Alton, being just three miles northeast of the popular village of Ashover. The village offers a good range of amenities including shops, a post office, public houses and a primary school. Matlock lies within 7 miles and boasts numerous high street chains, together with independent traders and supermarkets. More extensive facilities are available in Chesterfield, 6 miles to the north. The cities of Derby and Nottingham are to the south and south east respectively. Transport links are readily available, with bus services from Ashover and mainline trains services from Matlock, Chesterfield and Derby. London St Pancras is less than 2 hours by rail from Chesterfield. Good road communications lead to the A38 and M1 Junction 28, and East Midlands Airport is within 30 miles.

This is a thriving and picturesque location on the edge of the Peak District National Park, providing stunning scenery and beautiful attractions to include estates such as Chatsworth and Haddon. An active community can be found in Alton and neighbouring villages, with numerous clubs/groups and a plethora of excellent schooling available further afield with St. Anselm's, Denstone and Repton all lying within reach. Highfields School and Lady Manners are also in Matlock and Bakewell respectively.

Tinkley Lane Farm is a character former farmhouse, dating back to the late 1800’s, but in more recent years has been extended and modernised to offer substantial proportions extending to 2368 sq ft (GIA). There is a range of auxiliary outbuildings, offering a variety of uses and a self-contained one bedroom annexe.
Set within a charming rural location and with grounds extending to about 3.60 acres in total, to include formal private gardens and grazing. There is ample hardstanding and garage block, all of which are surrounded by delightful countryside views.

Approached from the front, there is an entrance porch, which leads to a lobby, where stairs rise to the first floor. With an excellent breakfast kitchen, fitted with a comprehensive range of wooden shaker style base and wall units and integral appliances. There is a spacious utility/boot room and separate pantry. From the entrance lobby, a door opens into the sitting through dining room, with characterful natural fireplaces housing electric stoves to both areas. There is a spacious and light snug, with electric stove fireplace and a second set of stairs rise to the first floor master bedroom, with a modern three piece en suite bathroom.

Off the first floor landing are three good sized bedrooms, one with en suite shower room and another with walk in wardrobe/dressing area. There is a contemporary three piece family bathroom, with double sink unit.

Having independent access off the driveway and opening into the sitting area with electric stove, together with kitchenette and ground floor shower room. A set of stairs from the sitting area rise to the mezzanine bedroom area.

The property is approached through automated gates, opening to an extensive hardstanding area with turning circle. There is a substantial garage block with sealed floor and light and power.

To the west of the property is a gently sloping grazing paddock, rising to the south and taking in the most delightful rural views. The grazing paddock extends to circa 2.85 acres, with babbling brook to the north, which the property has responsibility to keep free-flowing.

Formal enclosed gardens can be found to the rear, with extensive patio seating and a gently sloping lawned area, all of which is fully enclosed and enjoys excellent privacy. There is a large courtyard area and gates allow additional hardstanding with outbuildings off, to include a services store, sun room/gym and an excellent games room/home office, with mezzanine storage area above and leading to a cinema/media room, with walk in store off, having built in cupboards.

The property is to be sold freehold with vacant possession.

Method of sale
The property is to be sold by Private Treaty.

Public rights of way, wayleaves and easements
There is a wayleave in place with Western Power Distribution for overhead cables and a pylon. Further details are available from Fisher German. The property is sold subject to all rights of way, wayleaves and easements whether or not they are defined in this brochure.

Fixtures and fittings
Fitted carpets are included in the sale. All other fixtures, fittings and furniture such as curtains, light fittings, garden ornaments and statuary are excluded from the sale.

Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected. Heating is via an oil-fired central heating system. None of the services, heating installations, plumbing or electrical systems have been tested by the selling agents.

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