Nothing short of superb this secluded, five star, award winning, 17th century Manor is not only set in its secure gardens but also on the edge of a six acre meadow.
The large open plan sitting room and 23' long dining kitchen has: stone inglenook with massive beam, Scandinavian glass fronted log burner, Derbyshire Church Pew, and flagstone floor leading to a Karndean floored kitchen/diner with bespoke handmade units.
A long peninsular with burgundy coloured slate inset for hot items or chopping.
The Aga enlivens the heart of the house, don’t worry if you haven’t used an Aga before, there is a ceramic hob and combination: oven, grill and microwave secreted in the peninsular. Dishwasher, two fridges, separate freezer, washer/dryer too. At the opposite end to the kitchen a solid oak dining table for 10.
First Floor Description
The stone spiral stairs leads to an original oak floored landing from where, on each side, a door leads to an en suite bedroom with king size beds.
The master bathroom has a bath with power shower over and the other a freestanding oval bath and separate shower cubicle.
Stairs opening from this landing are French Polished English Oak, leading to the original loft.
Second Floor Description
Stairs opening from this landing are French Polished English Oak, leading to the original loft, and two bedrooms one twin bedded and the other with king-size. The shower between rooms is a powerful one too. Snuggle down beneath the beautiful 17th Century oak timbers.
Windows Views Description
There are countryside views from every window.
The Manor is not suitable for those with severe mobility issues because of the original stone spiral staircase.