7 Bedroom Detached House for sale in Tudor House, School Hill, Brassington, Derbyshire, DE4 4HB
Magnificent, Grade II Listed with original features, divided into 2 dwellings , 7 Bedrooms + additional 1-bedroomed annexe. Potential for up to 3 Holiday Lets. Desirable Village Location, Far Reaching Views, Parking for several cars and Gardens. NO UPWARD CHAIN
A substantial Grade II Listed characterful property with a date stone of 1615, believed to have been built for Thomas Westerne, bayliff to the Earl of Shrewsbury,bearing the initials TWAW and the name of the property. Set beneath a traditional roof with mullioned and hooded windows, this imposing house was divided in the 1960s to create two dwellings but could be reverted if required.There is an additional one-bedroomed annexe to the rear of the property in part of the building that once formed a wash house.One half of the house retains many of the original features including oak panelling, beamed ceilings and fine, original fire openings and has a... Read more
A substantial Grade II Listed characterful property with a date stone of 1615, believed to have been built for Thomas Westerne, bayliff to the Earl of Shrewsbury,bearing the initials TWAW and the name of the property. Set beneath a traditional roof with mullioned and hooded windows, this imposing house was divided in the 1960s to create two dwellings but could be reverted if required.There is an additional one-bedroomed annexe to the rear of the property in part of the building that once formed a wash house.One half of the house retains many of the original features including oak panelling, beamed ceilings and fine, original fire openings and has accommodation set over three floors offering four/five bedrooms, family bathroom, reception hallway, spacious sitting room and large dining kitchen with original beams and fire opening.The second half of the property was considerably altered in the 1960s and offers two bedrooms, spacious attic room, family bathroom, reception hallway, living room and dining kitchen. A driveway provides off-road parking and there is a delightful enclosed garden, enjoyed views over open fields directly to the rear. To the front of the property is a forecourt garden, currently divided by a stone wall with entrance gates giving access to the entrance doors.The annexe cottage offers one bedroom, living room, bathroom and kitchen.Brassington is an attractive village of quaint stone-built character properties set amidst fabulous open countryside, on the edge of the Peak District National Park, close to Carsington water. Conveniently situated for the towns of Ashbourne (6 miles) and Wirksworth (5 miles) the village has two pubs, a primary school and Church. The cities of Derby and Nottingham are within commuting distance. Entering the property via an oak panelled entrance door, with a leaded overdoor light, which opens to:
RECEPTION HALLWAY 23'9" X 6'5" (7.24m x 1.95m)
Having a staircase rising to the first floor accommodation and oak block flooring laid in a herringbone pattern. There is a side aspect mullioned window with leaded lights overlooking the village and the open countryside beyond.The hallway has a central heating radiator, coat hanging space and an early original oak panelled door opening to:
SITTING ROOM 21'10" X 12'2" (6.65m x 3.71m)
Having a front aspect ten-light mullioned and leaded window with a deep windowsill overlooking the forecourt garden and the village. The room has polished oak block flooring, laid in a herringbone pattern.There are two heavy, original exposed beams to the ceiling and a fine feature fire opening with a stone surround and raised hearth housing a multifuel stove.Over the fireplace is a fitted mantel shelf with oak panelling over.To the side of the fireplace are built-in open display shelves and there is a further side aspect leaded window.The room has a central heating radiator, fitted delph rack, wall lamp points, television aerial point and telephone point.
From the hallway, an early oak panelled door with blacksmith-made thumb latch opens to:
DINING KITCHEN 18'5" X 13'10" (5.61m x 4.22m)
Having side aspect leaded mullioned casement windows and a further rear aspect window with a half-glazed oak panelled door opening onto the rear of the property. The room has quarry tiles to the floor, original exposed beams to the ceiling with a heavy central beam and an inglenook with an original fire opening with dressed stone surround and a raised hearth, to either side of which are built-in storage cupboards, one of which houses the oil-fired boiler, which provides hot water and central heating to this half of the house and the annexe.The kitchen is fitted with a range of units in a lightwood-effect shaker-style finish with cupboards and drawers set beneath a worksurface.There are wall-mounted storage cupboards and a larder cupboard.Set within the worksurface is a four-ring Bosch ceramic hob and a stainless sink with mixer tap and flexible vegetable spray.Fitted within the kitchen is an eye-level Hotpoint double oven and grill.Beneath the worksurface there is space and connection for an automatic washing machine and space for a dishwasher.There is ample space for a family dining table and space for a fridge freezer.
From the hallway, a staircase with an oak panelled balustrade rises to:
FIRST FLOOR LANDING 16'6" X 7'5" (5.03m x 2.26m)
Having original exposed broad oak floorboards and early oak panelling with access doors leading to:
BEDROOM ONE 19'3" X 14'10" (5.87m x 4.52m)
Having front aspect leaded light windows set within exposed stone mullions, enjoying views over the village towards the church and a further side aspect window with views to the open countryside that surrounds the area. The room has heavy exposed beams to the ceiling, decorative panelling with carved motifs.There is an original fire opening with a stone surround creating a display niche and a further closed off mullioned window.The room has, in the past, been divided to create two rooms and has two entrance doors from the landing.
From the landing, a door opening leads to:
INNER LANDING 9'2" X 2'10" (2.79m x 0.86m)
With a side aspect leaded mullioned window enjoying views over the fields. A panelled door opens to:
BEDROOM TWO 15'8" X 10'0" & 17'2" X 6'11" (4.77m x 3.05m & 5.23m x 2.10m)
A L-shaped room with side aspect casement windows, original broad exposed oak floorboards, a heavy oak beam to the ceiling and exposed timberwork. To the corner of the room is a stud wall enclosure, which could be removed if required.The enclosure once contained a lift from the kitchen.The room has a central heating radiator, wall and centre light points and a built-in airing cupboard with slatted linen storage shelving, housing the hot water cylinder.
From the inner landing, a door opens to:
FAMILY BATHROOM 9'1" X 5'8" (2.77m x 1.73m)
Having a side aspect leaded casement window and a rear aspect arrow slit window, suite with panelled bath having mixer shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and low-level flush WC. There is a central heating radiator.
From the first floor landing, a quarter-turn staircase with an understairs storage cupboard rises to:
BEDROOM THREE 21'11" X 19'5" (6.68m x 5.92m)
Built into the shape of the roof with exposed original roof timbers, including heavy oak purlins and a pair of fine braced A-trusses. There are Velux rooflights and low level leaded windows.Steps rise to a mezzanine gallery.The room has central heating radiators, wall lamp points and a batten door leading to:
BEDROOM FOUR 17'10" X 18'11" (5.43m x 5.76m)
Again, built into the shape of the roof and having a front aspect six-light leaded and mullioned window with superb views over the village towards the church. The room has exposed roof timbers with heavy oak purlins and ridge beam.There is a feature fire opening with a dressed stone surround.The room has wall lamp points and a central heating radiator.
Entering the second half of the property through an oak panelled door with glazed and bullseye panes and a leaded overdoor light. The door opens to:
RECEPTION HALLWAY 15'3" X 5'11" (4.65m x 1.80m)
Having a staircase rising to the first floor, polished parquet block flooring and an electric night storage heater. Doors open to:
SITTING ROOM 15'4" X 12'4" (4.67m x 3.76m)
With a side aspect leaded mullioned window with a fitted window seat and three further front aspect mullioned and leaded casement windows. The room has a fireplace with a faux stone surround and raised terrazzo tile hearth housing an open grate, with a back boiler that supplies hot water to the property.
DINING KITCHEN 16'9" X 16'1" (5.10m x 4.90m)
Having rear aspect leaded windows and further side aspect casement windows enjoying views over the surrounding open fields. A woodgrain-effect uPVC entrance door opens onto the rear of the property.The kitchen is fitted with a range of units in an oak finish with cupboards and drawers set beneath a roll-edged worksurface with a tiled splashback.There are wall-mounted storage cupboards and glass-fronted display cabinets.Set within the worksurface is a one-and-a-half bowl stainless sink with mixer tap.There is space and connection for an electric cooker and space for a fridge freezer.There is ample space for a family dining table and the room has an electric night storage heater.
From the hallway, a staircase rises to:
FIRST FLOOR LANDING 13'11" X 5'6" (4.24m x 1.67m)
Having a door opening to a large eaves storage cupboard with a light. Further doors open to:
BEDROOM ONE 16'1" X 12'4" (4.90m x 3.76m) maximum measurements
With dual aspect leaded casement windows set within stone mullions, enjoying superb far-reaching views over the village and surrounding open countryside. The room has a heavy original beam to the ceiling and an access hatch with a retractable ladder giving access to:
ATTIC ROOM 16'0" X 13'4" (4.88m x 4.06m)
With a front aspect three-light gable end mullioned window with views over the village. An access door opens to a storage space.
From the landing, further doors open to:
BEDROOM TWO 9'1" X 9'0" (2.77m x 2.74m)
With front aspect leaded casement windows set within mullions.
FAMILY BATHROOM 11'0" X 5'7" (3.35m x 1.70m)
With a side aspect window with obscured glass, suite with panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC. There is an airing cupboard with slatted linen storage shelving, housing the hot water cylinder which is fitted with an immersion heater.
A one-bedroomed stone-built cottage style annexe, adjoining the main property.
Entering the annexe via a pair of glazed entrance doors, which open to:
KITCHEN 9'6" X 6'2" (2.90m x 1.88m)
With rear aspect leaded windows set within exposed stone mullions, enjoying views over the gardens and surrounding open countryside. There are limestone-effect ceramic tiles to the floor.The kitchen is fitted with a range of units with cupboards and drawers beneath a roll-edged worksurface with a tiled splashback.There are wall-mounted storage cupboards.Set within the worksurface is a stainless sink with mixer tap and a four-ring electric hob, beneath which is a fan-assisted electric oven.There is an integral fridge and wall-mounted open display shelves.The room has a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve.A door opening leads to:
LIVING ROOM 12'0" X 10'10" (3.66m x 3.30m)
With a side aspect window and a batten-style entrance door opening onto the courtyard. The room has exposed beams to the ceiling, a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a television aerial point. A staircase rises to:
BEDROOM 13'1" X 11'6" (3.99m x 3.50m)
Open to the apex of the roof with exposed roof purlins and a Velux-style rooflight window. The room has a built-in church pew, creating a balustrade. From the kitchen, a panelled door opens to:
BATHROOM 5'11" X 5'5" (1.80m x 1.65m)
With leaded casement windows set within stone mullions, enjoying views over the village to the open countryside that surrounds the area. The room is fully tiled with a terrazzo tiled floor and having a suite with panelled bath with electric shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC.There is a central heating radiator with thermostatic valve and a shaver point.
OUTSIDE The property is approached via a gated driveway, which leads to a rear parking area with a timber garden shed, beyond which is good sized area of garden, enclosed by stone walls, enjoying superb far-reaching views of open fields directly to the rear of the property. There are flagged seating areas and borders stocked with ornamental shrubs and flowering plants.There are borders for a vegetable patch, mature ornamental trees and a mature apple tree.Within the garden there is an aluminium greenhouse 8' X 10' (2.44m x 3.05m) and a poly tunnel.There is an ornamental pond with water-loving plants.Within the garden there is a stone-built former privy, now used as a garden store.To the front of the property there are two forecourt gardens with flagged seating areas and borders stocked with ornamental shrubs, flowering plants and roses.To the front of the property is a climbing wisteria.
THE VENDORS VIEW
Tudor House house has been my family's home for many years, my great great grandfather was living there around 1900 and other members of our family have lived in both parts of the house since then. It has not been on the market since 1930 when my great grandfather, John Holland Warner bought it. John's wife was the local midwife. Deciding to sell the property now has been a difficult decision for us but due to family commitments the time has come to move on. The house has a unique character and atmosphere which we will miss, but hopefully a new owner will love the place as we did.
Tudor House was built in 1615 for Thomas Westerne, bailiff to the Earl of Shrewsbury and named New Hall. In the 18th Century the house was owned by the Marple family and the property was at that time known as the Red Lion Inn. We think the house was divided into two dwellings around 1850 after it's use as a workhouse for the Ashbourne Poor Law Union, during that time up to 77 Inmates were housed there.
SERVICES AND GENERAL INFORMATION All mains services are connected to the property.
COUNCIL TAX BAND (Correct at time of publication) ' '
DIRECTIONS Leaving the B5035 at Carsington water between Ashbourne and Wirksworth signposted Brassington, follow the road into the village, after passing the primary school the property can be found on the right hand side.
Disclaimer All measurements in these details are approximate. None of the fixed appliances or services have been tested and no warranty can be given to their condition. The deeds have not been inspected by the writers of these details. These particulars are produced in good faith with the approval of the vendor but they should not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and they do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Read less
Magnificent Grade II Listed Character Property
Set Beneath A Traditional Roof With Mullioned & Hooded Windows
7 Bedrooms,Divided Into Two Dwellings, But Could Be Reverted
Additional One Bedroomed Annexe With Living Room, Bathroom & Kitchen