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Four characterful properties for sale in Derbyshire

PUBLISHED: 08:55 15 September 2014

Church Farm, Morton

Church Farm, Morton

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Attractive homes in the north and south of the county

Church Farm, MortonChurch Farm, Morton

Church Farm, Morton

Enveloped in glorious gardens and situated just three miles north of Alfreton, this picture perfect property is located opposite an 8th century church.

Living space comprises an entrance hall, a bright and airy family room with access to the gardens and a large kitchen. The lounge has a splendid feature fireplace, whilst the dining room includes marvellous wood panelled walls and an open fireplace. The converted stables that extend away from the house include a utility room, study and summer room. There are four double bedrooms and a modern family bathroom on the first floor, plus a fifth double bedroom, an en suite shower room and a games room on the second floor.

The grounds include a vegetable plot, large driveway, two stables and a garage.

The Firs, MatlockThe Firs, Matlock

For sale with Hannells (01332 556633), £450,000. www.hannells.co.uk

The Firs, Matlock

Breathaking views over the beautiful Derwent Valley can be enjoyed from this detached stone-built house. Situated in an elevated plot amongst attractive gardens, The Firs is accessed via electric gates which open onto a sweeping driveway. Having been tastefully extended, accommodation includes four double bedrooms – one of which has a sun terrace – plus two en suite bathrooms, a family bathroom, a sitting room, large dining kitchen, dining room, study and conservatory.

The extensive gardens include well-stocked borders and rhododendrons, an ornamental pond and a terraced area. There’s also a garden store, garage and parking space for several vehicles. For sale with Sally Botham Estates (01629 760899), £675,000. www.sallybotham.co.uk

1 The Cross, Great Longstone

Sympathetic refurbishments at this charming period cottage have resulted in an attractive blend of original features and modern fixtures and fittings.

1 The Cross, Great Longstone1 The Cross, Great Longstone

The property is located in a corner position facing the village green and the deceptively spacious accommodation includes two double bedrooms, a fitted kitchen, two large reception rooms that feature the wonderful curved contour wall, a cellar and a luxury bathroom suite.

Due to its location in the picturesque Peak District village of Great Longstone, just a short drive from Ashford in the Water and Bakewell, this property would make an ideal holiday home. For sale with ELR (01629 700699), £249,000 www.elr.co.uk

38 High St, Castle Donington

Originally dating back to the mid 17th century, this characterful family home was subsequently extended during the 1970s. Living space stretches over three floors and combines an entrance hall, beamed sitting room and dining room – both of which have fine feature fireplaces – plus a bright breakfast kitchen. There are five bedrooms in total, including one bedroom that has a splendid exposed cruck beam, plus a family bathroom and shower room. An outbuilding that has been converted into a games/family room with its own bar is an ideal space for entertaining.

Tucked away just off High Street, the property has ample parking space, a double garage and a private mature garden which extends to over a third of an acre in total.

38 High Street, Castle Donington38 High Street, Castle Donington

For sale with Marble Property (01332 811333), £550,000. www.marbleproperty.co.uk

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