Estate agent Blenheim Park Estates says of Beechfield House at Far Hill, Ashover: “A characterful three bedroomed semi-detached family home stands within a quiet semi-rural location and has various outbuildings, one of which offers a superb opportunity for development.”
Parts of Beechfield House are believed to date back to the 17th century. Exposed timber beams in the lounge and master bedroom and an oak stable-style door in the inner hallway contribute to its charm.
The semi-detached home has two bathrooms, one of which is on the ground floor.
With far reaching views at the front of the property, the garden is mainly laid to lawn and enclosed by stone walling and fencing.
There is a raised garden at the back of the house and a stone flagged seating terrace to the side of the property.
The two-storey principal barn is currently used as an office. Change of use planning permission enables this barn to developed into a house.
Permission has also been granted to demolish an open barn.
A garage and pigsty are among the outbuildings.