Andersons are delighted to present to the market this stunning Grade II listed family residence with attached cottage and coach house located in the heart of this much sought after and picturesque Peak District village.
Located in the heart of this picturesque Peak District Village, is this beautiful and well-proportioned detached family residence. Being Grade II listed with parts of the building believed to date back to the 17th Century and with further additions and improvements made in the mid nineteenth century when it was the home of a local silversmith. Turret House is a charming and unique property and benefits from large ground floor reception rooms, four double bedrooms, two study areas and a studio as well as the 'Turret' which provides fantastic 360 degree views from the top. Attached to the main house is Turret Cottage, which has been until recently let as a holiday home but could make fantastic additional family accommodation. There is also the coach house with rooms ripe for development.
Turret House and Cottage both enjoy many period features including fireplaces, timber panelling, stone mullions, bay windows, sash and feature windows. They have gas fired central heating systems and modern bathrooms and kitchens. Whilst Turret House would benefit from some cosmetic upgrading and modernisation it offers discerning purchasers a superb opportunity to create a beautiful family home. This potential along with the versatility of the cottage and coach house accommodation makes this a very exciting and unique project.
Occupying an enviable position on Church Street which is centrally located in the village it has easy access to the local amenities and glorious surrounding countryside. Youlgreave is served by a Post Office and general store, village shop, tea rooms and three public houses. There is also a Primary School, Medical Centre, good public transport links and is within the catchment area of highly regarded schools .
The village of Youlgreave was first recorded as 'Giolgrave' in the1086 Domesday Book and has evolved and expanded over the years, making the most of the natural resources, with sheep farming and lead mining the main local industries. The parish Church of All Saints is the oldest surviving building in the village. It dates from the twelfth century and still retains Norman pillars and arches. This quaint stone built Derbyshire village is surrounded by stunning countryside and located between the Rivers Lathkill and Bradford offering some of the best and most picturesque walks in the Peak District.
Being one of the most sought after villages in the Peak District due to its proximity to the bustling market town of Bakewell, the historic Estates of Chatsworth and Haddon are within easy commuting distance of both Sheffield and Chesterfield.
ENTRANCE HALL The property is accessed via hardwood outer double doors (believed to date back to the 19th century) which recess into the walls. Period ornate tiled flooring leads to a further timber door with inlaid glazed panels and into this fabulous reception area. Having an area of panelling to one wall, a geometric tiled floor, a central heating radiator and a spindle staircase which leads to the first floor accommodation.
CLOAKROOM WC Having a low flush WC and a wash hand basin.
LIVING/DINING ROOM 31' 4" x 13' 11" (9.56m x 4.26m) A stunning and extremely well proportioned reception room. Having stripped and polish floorboards to the living area and Parquet style flooring to dining area. There are secondary double glazed sash windows to the front and side of the room both with concealed shutters, a log burning stove with large stone lintel and hearth, two central heating radiators and rear facing glazed double doors with stone casings which lead onto the patio area, recessed ceiling spotlights and coving to ceiling.
DRAWING ROOM 17' 9" x 12' 6" (5.42m x 3.83m) A lovely light and bright reception room which has 'bonket' style seating in the bay window which also benefits from concealed shutters, stripped and polished floorboards, a fireplace with stone surround and inset duel fuel stove with stone hearth. There is an exposed beam to the ceiling, picture rail, a central heating radiator and double doors leading to the kitchen.
KITCHEN 16' 6" x 7' 8" (5.05m x 2.36m) Fitted with a comprehensive range of Sage green shaker style units above and below both granite and timber work surfaces. Incorporated within is a ceramic 'butler' style sink with mixer tap, double oven and Bosch induction hob. There are also complimentary upstands, stylish striped glass splash backs, tiled floor and quirky glass and timber ceiling. A timber entrance door leads to the rear garden.
BREAKFAST AREA 11' 5" x 4' 9" (3.49m x 1.45m) Located to the rear of the property and benefiting from three single glazed windows, tiled floor, two useful storage cupboards with glazed and leaded doors and access to a useful good sized storage pantry.
A further door leads back into the main reception room.
LANDING A lovely galleried landing area which benefits from a carved balustrade, timber panels to some walls and a beautiful stone arch, which leads through to the family bathroom.
BEDROOM ONE 14' 6" x 14' 0" (4.43m x 4.28m) A generously proportioned bedroom located to the rear of the property which enjoys pleasant views from the stone mullioned windows. There is coving to the ceiling, stripped and polished floorboards, mirror fronted wardrobes and a central heating radiator.
DRESSING AREA 7' 7" x 7' 1" (2.33m x 2.18m) A delightful area in which you can sit, relax and enjoy views of the rear gardens through the side and rear facing windows. There are also built in wardrobes.
BEDROOM TWO 14' 4" x 11' 10" (4.39m x 3.63m) Having a front facing sash window, side facing single glazed side window and a central heating radiator.
ENSUITE WC 4' 1" x 3' 10" (1.26m x 1.19m) Fitted with a two piece suite comprising of a low flush WC and wash hand basin. There are also tiled splash backs and a side facing sash window.
BEDROOM THREE 12' 5" x 11' 10" (3.80m x 3.63m) Having a front facing sash window and a central heating radiator.
READING AREA 12' 10" x 4' 11" (3.92m x 1.50m) Located to the front of the property and being directly accessed off the landing. This area provides a really useful space ideal for relaxing or potentially could be incorporated into bedroom three. There is a front facing sash window and a central heating radiator.
SHOWER ROOM 6' 8" x 3' 10" (2.05m x 1.19m) Fitted with a modern three-piece suite comprising of a tiled shower cubicle with sliding doors and Mira electric shower, a low flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin. There are ceramic tiles to walls and floor, recessed ceiling spotlights and a chrome heated towel radiator.
FAMILY BATHROOM 10' 5" x 4' 7" (3.20m x 1.40m) Fitted with a stylish, white three-piece suite comprising of a contemporary roll top bath with free standing bath shower mixer, a low flush WC and a pedestal wash hand basin. The bathroom is tiled and benefits from a chrome towel radiator, rear facing windows with stone mullions and recessed ceiling spotlights.
STUDY 10' 1" x 7' 3" (3.08m x 2.21m) A truly unique and quirky room with timber framed glass block floor and matching ceiling! There is a central heating radiator and access to the boiler cupboard which houses the Baxi Duo Tec central heating boiler and offers storage potential.
LOBBY AREA With a rear facing window which overlooks the garden and a stone staircase which leads to the second floor.
LANDING A further stone staircase, leads to the top of the turret where if you open the trap door you are able to have an uninterrupted 360 degree view of Youlgreave and the surrounding countryside.
STUDIO 10' 8" x 7' 9" (3.26m x 2.38m) Located on the second floor, this light and airy room benefits from glass block floor, glazed pitched roof, a central heating radiator and a door which provides access to the roof.
BEDROOM FOUR 15' 6" x 9' 7" (4.74m x 2.94m) Having a side facing window, a central heating radiator and extensive shelving.
TURRET COTTAGE Turret cottage is a separate dwelling attached to the main house. Having been utilised as a self-catering holiday cottage and being successfully rented for a number of years, the cottage can potentially be integrated within the main house (subject to the usual planning and building regulations) or could offer ancillary accommodation suitable for dependent family members.
LIVING ROOM 14' 6" x 9' 8" (4.44m x 2.96m) With a feature timber entrance comprising of a glazed timber door and complimentary side panels, a central heating radiator, built in bookshelf and an impressive stone fire surround with open fire.
KITCHEN 12' 5" x 9' 10" (3.79m x 3.00m) Fitted with a range of units, painted a stylish grey, above and below roll top work surfaces, incorporated within is a stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, a four ring gas hob, single electric oven, space for a fridge and space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher. There is also a central heating radiator with cover, timber entrance door, tiled floor, side and rear facing windows and a wall mounted Worcester combination boiler. A staircase leads to the first floor accommodation. Below the staircase is a useful pantry area.
BEDROOM ONE 10' 8" x 9' 3" (3.27m x 2.84m) Having a front facing window with stone mullions, a central heating radiator with cover and built-in wardrobe.
LANDING With a central heating radiator
BEDROOM TWO 12' 9" x 10' 0" (3.89m x 3.05m) With a side facing sash window, a good sized storage cupboard, a central heating radiator and access to the loft storage area.
BATHROOM 7' 9" x 5' 3" (2.37m x 1.62m) Being fitted with a white three piece suite comprising of a panelled bath with electric shower over, a low flush wc and a pedestal wash hand basin. There are tiled walls and an extractor fan.
COACH HOUSE Located to the western side of the main house and set back from the road is this delightful coach house. At ground floor level there are useful storage areas, there is also potential vehicular access to the rear of the property through a gated stone arch. Timber steps lead up to an interesting room (5.82 m x 4.34 m), whilst requiring full modernisation and currently utilised for storage it does offer a myriad of potential uses. Having front and rear facing windows and a fire place. A further staircase leads to an attic room,again ripe for further improvement.
OUTSIDE To the front of the property there is a charming paved garden with floral beds set behind a low stone wall with square piers with pointed tops and elaborate iron railings. A gate leads to the front door which has a beautiful period door case with bracketed moulded stone hood.
To the side of the property there is an area of cobbled car hard standing. Wrought iron gates with a stone arch lead under the annex area and through to a walled courtyard area, possibly suitable for further parking.
Access is provided from the courtyard area, via a large stone gateway, to the charming walled garden. Offering a larger garden than many would expect and benefiting from lawned areas, raised fruit and vegetable beds, floral boarders, patio areas, a green house and useful storage rooms attached to the main property.