Hipper Hall is a Grade II listed Jacobean property and is on the market for £1,000,000.

Fabulous Jacobean hall with original wood panelling, mullioned windows and a crook beam barn near Chesterfield is on the market for £1million

A Grade II listed 17th century Jacobean hall with a crook beam barn in a village near Chesterfield is on the market for £1million.

Wednesday, 6th April 2022, 11:27 am

Hipper Hall on Holymoor Road, Holymoorside is believed to date from 1620 and retains much of the original oak panelling, oak beamed ceilings and mullioned windows.

Property website Zoopla describes the hall as ‘fabulous, with a wealth of original features, charm and character."

Hipper Hall has only been owned by three families over the last century.

Accommodation includes four large bedrooms with wash basins, family bathroom, sitting room, drawing room, dining room and kitchen with walk-in pantry.

There are spacious attic rooms covering the main area of the house and a cellar.

A courtyard contains the large two storey crook barn and a further stone building incorporating two storage barns, open fronted barn ideal for garaging, former butchery and lean-to store.

A terraced garden has several lawns with one having an ornamental fishpond as its centrepiece. There are mature trees, a stone flagged patio and borders that are well stocked with ornamental shrubs and flowering plants.

An orchard has mature fruit trees and beyond the orchard lies a paddock extending to 0.75 acres.

The property is approached via a sweeping driveway.

Hipper Hall is on the books of Sally Botham Estates. For more details, call 01629 347528.

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