- Three Bedroom Detached Farmhouse
- Immaculately Presented Throughout
- Beautiful Modern Kitchen With Rayburn Range Oven
- Utility Room
- Two Reception Rooms
- Multi-Fuel Stove
- Three Double Bedrooms
- Oil Fired Central Heating and Hot Water
- EPC Rating F
**STUNNING DESIRABLE RURAL LOCATION** **LOVELY GARDENS AND GRAZING LAND EXTENDING TO APPROX. 4.5 ACRES** **LARGE PARKING AREA AND DOUBLE GARAGE** **FANTASTIC HIKING, BIKING AND EXPLORING AREA** **ON THE EDGE OF THE PEAK DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK**
"Round Meadow Farm" is an immaculately presented three bedroom detached stone farmhouse close to the small hamlet of Buxworth Village, offering generous modern living space and a fantastic opportunity to convert the large detached barn with current planning permission to a two bedroom dwelling. Benefitting from a private and secluded setting , surrounded by mature trees this charming farmhouse is set in wonderful gardens and has further grazing land totalling approx. 4.5 acres. This beautiful home has been thoughtfully updated to the highest standard, the owners have seamlessly combined modern day living whilst retaining much of the property's character. Concealed along a gated driveway behind mature trees the private accommodation internally comprises; rear porch, WC, a recently installed bespoke kitchen with a Rayburn oven and a range of integrated appliances, the added bonus of a utility room, hallway with stairs to the first floor, a pantry, a cosy sitting room, a light and airy living room with a multi-fuel stove to keep you warm on those chilly evenings and a conservatory. On the first floor are three double bedrooms and a spacious contemporary family bathroom with a roll top bath and curved shower cubicle housing a dual rainfall shower. Externally the extensive plot of land has formal gardens, a large patio and grazing land currently split into two paddocks, mature woodland, a double garage and parking area for multiple vehicles. Adjacent to the main property is a detached stone barn with planning approval, and an attached office.
The nearby town of Whaley Bridge is situated amongst the hills of the Peak District being in close proximity to Fernilee and Errwood Reservoirs, whilst having that sense of countryside living, you still have many local amenities offering a good selection of independent cafes, shops, restaurants and public houses, as well as the larger supermarkets. There are excellent commuter links by way of rail and bus services to Manchester, Manchester Airport and surrounding towns. The outstanding Peak District National Park is a short drive away accessing fantastic hiking and biking trails, such as Kinder Scout the highest point in the Peak District and the site of the 1932 Mass Trespass, when ramblers peacefully protested on private land, contributing to the change in legislation allowing people to walk freely on access land.