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Dream Properties - Bryn Hall Farm in Bradbourne

PUBLISHED: 11:22 20 October 2014 | UPDATED: 11:22 20 October 2014

Bryn Hall Farm

Bryn Hall Farm


On a plateau that has panoramic views across some of the county’s most beautiful and idyllic countryside, Bryn Hall Farm in Bradbourne, five miles north of Ashbourne, is appropriately named after the Welsh word for ‘hilltop’.

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The stunning modern farmhouse, built in 2008 by a local entrepreneur, combines stylish and spacious accommodation over three floors and is surrounded by 23 acres of land. Individually designed and constructed using local stone and brick, the property is ideally suited to modern living, with seven bedrooms and ten bathrooms in total, plus a host of facilities for the equestrian enthusiast including a stable block, manège and paddock.

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Every room maximises the outstanding views and many have access on to the large rear terrace area, which enjoys sunshine all day and views of glorious evening sunsets.

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Fixtures and fittings are of the highest quality: the magnificent entrance hallway has a contemporary oak staircase, the principle lounge has an Italian marble log burner and the German fitted breakfast kitchen and dining area – a wonderful space for entertaining and cooking – has Silestone Quartz floors and worksurfaces. The adjoining orangery has splendid views.

There’s also a second lounge area, a formal dining room, a home office and study room, a large fully-equipped gymnasium and an all-weather tennis court. A games room and bar area adjoin the triple showroom-style garage to form an entertaining suite complete with cloakroom and access to the rear courtyard.

To the first floor, a landing and relaxation area extends to the triple height master bedroom suite, which has white oak furniture and a matching oak staircase leading to a suspended mezzanine floor where there’s a lounge area. The bedroom has a fully fitted dressing room and an en suite bathroom with a designer oval bath and a wall-mounted aqua TV.

There are three more spacious double bedrooms on this floor, all enjoying lovely views, and all with high quality en suite bathrooms and a walk-in wardrobe.

Living space on the second floor comprises two bedroom suites and a fitted kitchen/diner, making it an ideal living space for an au pair or dependant relative. The first suite has an en suite spa room with a sauna, changing area and twin showers and the second has an en suite spa room with a large circular air spa/jacuzzi and shower.

The property also includes a private self-contained apartment and a stone cottage for potential renovation.

Befitting of its rural location, Bryn Hall Farm is surrounded by authentic dry stone walling. The carefully considered landscaped garden requires minimal maintenance and both the manège and tennis court benefit from the planting of over 600 trees and two coppices which act as a wind break.

In the evening, the house and grounds look most spectacular with automated lighting to the main gates, house, rear terraces, tennis court, pond and trees.

The village is within close proximity of Brassington, where there are various amenities including pubs and a school, and Carsington Reservoir, with its numerious leisure and watersports facilities.

Despite its peaceful countryside surroundings, Bryn Hall Farm’s location on the bus route between Ashbourne and Bakewell ensures excellent transport access all year-round.

Bryn Hall Farm is for sale with Scargill Mann & Co (01332 207720) at £3,500,000. Visit www,


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