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5 properties with great kitchens for sale in Derbyshire

PUBLISHED: 10:29 20 April 2015 | UPDATED: 10:29 20 April 2015

Bramble Barn

Bramble Barn


The kitchen is the heart of the home and these five properties offer beautiful living and cooking spaces

Bramble BarnBramble Barn

Bramble Barn, Milton

This beautiful kitchen and breakfast room is part of a four bedroom barn conversion in a secluded courtyard location. Tastefully designed with limestone flooring, granite worktops, roof lights and a striking exposed roof truss, the kitchen includes a central island unit and high-quality appliances including an Esse range.

Bramble BarnBramble Barn

An opening from the kitchen leads to a superb formal dining room with an after-dinner seating area, whilst further living space includes a study, drawing room, open galleried landing, master bedroom suite with dressing area and en suite shower, two further bedrooms, a family bathroom and a ground floor guest bedroom suite. Luxury features include underfloor heating throughout, oak and limestone flooring and quality carpentry. The walled gardens are a delight and offer kitchen gardens and patio areas. The large driveway provides ample parking space and a double garage. Contact John German (01283 512244), priced at £735,000.

Keepers CottageKeepers Cottage

Keepers Cottage, Coxbench

This stunning contemporary kitchen, fitted by Kedleston Interiors, features a modern breakfast area, high-tech appliances including a warming drawer and coffee maker, an attractive log burner and high-gloss units surmounted by Sileston worksurfaces.

Keepers CottageKeepers Cottage

Just off the kitchen is a splendid vaulted sitting room with a marble fireplace and magnificent floor-to-ceiling windows, with access on to the terrace area. There are three further rooms on the ground floor, currently used as bedrooms, plus a first floor master bedroom suite with en suite bath and shower room. There is also an integrated, but independent, flat on the lower ground floor. Ideal for those with equestrian interests, the house stands in wonderful grounds and gardens with mature woodland, paddocks, stabling and a manège extending to over 14 acres in total. Contact Fisher German (01530 412821), priced at £1,100,000.

Chevin HouseChevin House

Chevin House, Hazelwood

This handsome home, constructed in the early 19th century, boasts a light and bright kitchen and breakfast room with an elegant range of units – including a large corner larder cupboard, granite worksurfaces and an Aga.

Chevin HouseChevin House

Other highlights include an indoor swimming pool complex, hard tennis court, stabling for five horses, a manège and around 5.7 acres of land with enchanting gardens. Living space is divided over three floors and includes a large reception hall, drawing room, dining room, conservatory, study and sitting room, a master bedroom suite with a dressing room and en suite bathroom, guest bedroom, three further double bedrooms and a large playroom. There is also a self-contained flat with two double bedrooms, a kitchen/breakfast room, bathroom and reception rooms, plus numerous outbuildings and garaging. Contact Caudwell & Co (01629 810018), priced at £1,850,000.

Prior RiggPrior Rigg

Prior Rigg, Quarndon

At the heart of this fine family home, which has been carefully extended and upgraded to the highest standard, is a bespoke handcrafted kitchen designed by Phil Pearce at IPM Interiors. With built-in appliances and a range of granite and hardwood worksurfaces, the kitchen is complemented by three generous reception rooms. These include a separate dining room and a spacious family room, with access on to the terrace and gardens, plus a bright sitting room.

Prior RiggPrior Rigg

There are four bedrooms to the first floor and two connecting bedrooms to the second floor, which would be ideal for use as a guest suite. There are four bath/shower rooms in total. The property is adjacent to lovely open countryside and includes a garage, wine cellar and mature tree-lined gardens.

Contact Savills Nottingham (0115 934 8020), priced at £975,000.

Bretby FairwaysBretby Fairways

5 Bretby Fairways, Bretby

Bretby FairwaysBretby Fairways

Located in a small and select development of executive properties, this split-level detached home includes a modern breakfast kitchen. Situated just three and a half miles east of Burton upon Trent, with fine countryside views, the house is accessed via electronic gates and includes living space divided over multiple floors.

The attractive kitchen area includes integrated appliances, a central island and Rangemaster cooker, whilst the spacious living room has access to the garden.

There’s also a dining room, master bedroom with en suite shower room, two further double bedrooms, a modern bathroom, a guest bedroom suite and a family room. Generous walled gardens are complemented by a double garage and ample parking. Contact Hannells Select (01332 705505), priced at £450,000.


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