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Peak District Properties - Greenlands Farm, Edale

PUBLISHED: 09:00 23 July 2014

Greenlands Farm

Greenlands Farm

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This 17th century property, which was converted from a small cottage and attached barn, has panoramic views from its elevated position and is surrounded by 15 acres of land

Eye-catching features include exposed brickwork and ceiling beams and a stunning mezzanine landing area. The charming kitchen includes a four oven AGA and separate pantry, whilst the adjoining drawing room has superb views of Kinder Scout and offers plenty of space for large sofas around the wood-burning stove.

There’s also a dining room, snug, study, boot room and utility room. The large master bedroom has an en suite bath and shower room, whilst the guest bedroom – which looks on to Mam Tor – is complemented by an en suite wet room. There are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.

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