Stanley Common DERBYSHIRE

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● A Deceptively Spacious, Attached Four Bedroom Barn Conversion
● Attractive Formal Gardens
● Ample Parking with Space for a Horse Box
● Agricultural Barn & Paddock Grazing
● Approx. 7.5 Acres In All
● Accessible Village Location

A  deceptively spacious, well-presented, attached barn conversion, set in approx. 7.5 acres with large agricultural barn, paddock grazing and ample parking, in an accessible village location

The property would suit equestrian or smallholding use, having a superb, modern agricultural barn and paddock grazing land. The property was converted in c. 2003 and has retained a wealth of character features. It is now offered for sale as the vendors wish to down-size.

Stanley Common is a village in south-east Derbyshire situated along the A690 between Ilkeston and Derby. There is an excellent range of local amenities in Ilkeston and Ripley, with the cities of Derby and Nottingham providing a full selection of shops and services just a short drive away. 

There are good road links with easy access to the M1 motorway. Railway stations at Ilkeston, Langley Mill and Derby give good rail links with London accessible in approx. 1 hr 40 mins.

Price Guide £775,000 Ref: AR7742


A well-presented four bedroom, attached barn conversion, with a host of character features including exposed beams, some pine window shutters and exposed brickwork. Benefitting from mains gas central heating and double glazing, the accommodation in brief is as follows, please refer to the floor plan for approximate room sizes.

An impressive arched Front Door leads into the welcoming Entrance Hallway which has Indian stone flooring and stairs rising to the first floor. Off the Hallway there is a Study with a continuation of the Hallway flooring, and a Bathroom with free-standing roll edge bath, WC, wash hand basin, tiled flooring, part tiled walls. The Principal Bedroom has dual aspect windows, a boiler cupboard and an Ensuite Bathroom with free-standing roll-edge bath, WC and wash hand basin.

A Further Downstairs Bedroom (currently utilised as a Reception Room) has wooden flooring.

The cosy Living Room has an impressive Inglenook Fireplace with exposed brickwork and woodburner, high ceiling with exposed A-frame ceiling beams and double French doors to the Garden. On from the Living Room is a beautiful Farmhouse Kitchen fitted with a range of wall and base units with granite worksurfaces, Indian stone flooring, stable door to outside, Butler sink, integrated dishwasher, plumbing for washing machine and an Elan dual-fuel range cooker.

To the First Floor there is a Bedroom with fitted wardrobes and Ensuite comprising shower cubicle, wash hand basin, WC and skylight. The Fourth Bedroom is smaller but can easily accommodate a bed.

NB. there are some sloping ceilings to the first floor.

Price Guide £775,000Ref: AR7742


The mews entrance driveway is shared with the other properties within the development and gives access to electric double gates with intercom system leading on to the spacious private driveway for Apple Tree Barn. There is parking for a number of vehicles. To the side of the property a second vehicular access leads around to the rear to the Barn and Grazing Land.

There are stunning countryside views to the rear of the property.

To the rear of the house, the Formal Gardens are lawned, with raised beds and a variety of specimen trees and shrubs, with a Patio Entertaining Area. There is a Greenhouse, a Brick Shed with power, light and alarm system and a Log Store.

A five bar gate gives access to:

Modern Agricultural Barn c. 11m x 5.5m (36’1 x 18’) with roller shutter door, personnel door and benefitting from power and light.

Chicken Enclosure

The Land is divided into Two Paddocks and is predominantly fairly level grazing land. There is established hedging/fencing to the main boundaries. 

A Public Footpath crosses the land.

(About 3 Hectares)

Price Guide £775,000Ref: AR7742