- Detached Barn Conversion
- Well Presented Throughout
- Bespoke Country Style Fitted Kitchen
- Living Room With Log Burner
- Two Double Bedrooms
- En-Suite and Family Bathroom
- EPC Rating F
** PEACEFUL RURAL LOCATION** **SURROUNDED BY SPECTACULAR COUNTRYSIDE** **STUNNING VIEWS** **LOW MAINTENANCE SPACIOUS COURTYARD GARDENS** **AMPLE OFF DRIVEWAY PARKING** **SHORT DRIVE TO LOCAL AMENITIES** **EXCELLENT COMMUTER LINKS TO MANCHESTER AND SHEFFIELD** **ON THE EDGE OF THE PEAK DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK**
"Ballbeard Cottage" is a characterful stone built detached barn conversion situated on the edge of New Mills in the High Peak offering panoramic scenic views and a peaceful setting. If you enjoy the outdoor lifestyle, then you are spoilt for choice, having the Peak District National Park on your doorstep. This lovely property was designed and developed by the current owner to enjoy the wonderful views, benefits from a further detached barn which is currently being used as an office/studio but potentially could be converted to a holiday let, (Subject to Planning Consent). The accommodation offers many original features, timber latched doors, propane gas central heating and internally comprises; a bespoke country style fitted kitchen, a good size conservatory, inner hallway with stairs to the first floor, a family bathroom, living room with wood burner and views of the hills beyond, a double bedroom with en-suite. On the first floor is the landing and a further spacious double bedroom. Externally to the front and side is a sizeable courtyard garden, stone outhouse, and a decked area to sit and embrace those amazing views.
New Mills Town Centre and other local amenities are within easy reach, as well as having excellent public transport links to Manchester and Sheffield. Whilst you are near to the Sett Valley Trail, which is excellent for hiking and cycling, and the spectacular Kinder Scout close which is the highest point in the Peak District and the birthplace of the Right to Roam movement brought about by the Mass Trespass of 1932.