House-hunters could live in a Grade II-listed piece of Derbyshire history up for sale.

225-year-old Grade II-listed slice of north Derbyshire history up for sale - and you could live there

House-hunters could live in a Grade II-listed piece of Derbyshire history up for sale.

Monday, 22nd March 2021, 9:39 am
Updated Monday, 22nd March 2021, 1:48 pm

The two lodges flanking the entrance to the driveway to the long-demolished Wingerworth Hall have been converted into family homes – and one is for sale.

Estate agent Strike, in its listing on property website Zoopla, says the property is a “beautiful, three-bedroom, Grade II-listed Georgian house with modern contemporary accommodation”, with “beautiful kerb appeal”.

It says: “The property is one of the original two gatehouses for Wingerworth Hall built in 1794.”

Interior highlights of the home on New Road, Wingerworth, include the large kitchen-diner, dual-aspect living room and utility room on the ground floor and three bedrooms, including the large, dual-aspect master bedroom, on the first floor.

Outside is a parking area, lawn, garden shed and decking area.

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