The Old Vicarage is a stone-built, three-double-bedroom, semi-detached home, previously part of The Old Rectory.
The Old Vicarage is a stone-built, three-double-bedroom, semi-detached home, previously part of The Old Rectory.

Centuries-old Grade II*-listed north Derbyshire home up for sale

A “truly stunning” Grade II*-listed home in north Derbyshire is on the market.

Friday, 26th March 2021, 4:50 pm

The Old Vicarage is a stone-built, three-bedroom, semi detached home, previously part of The Old Rectory, in Eckington conservation area.

In its listing on property website Rightmove, Wards Estage Agents says: “It is a Georgian property dated to 1740 with later Victorian additions.

“It is a historically significant building, reflected in its Grade II* listing, with a separate Grade II listing for the Old Vicarage’s grand stone entrance pillars and perimeter wall.

“Internal viewing is absolutely imperative to fully appreciate this truly stunning residence.”

The property, offering a total interior family living space of 2,897 sq feet, retains a wealth of original features, including high ceilings, original floors and fireplaces.

Highlights on the ground floor include the large reception room, formal dining room, breakfast kitchen and separate sitting room, while on the first floor are three double bedrooms, including the “stunning principal double bedroom”.

Outside are “substantial mature and well-established gardens”, parking for several vehicles and a “secure and enclosed courtyard”, which “provides great storage space within the outbuildings and additional space for relaxation/social entertaining”.

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