The Old School House on Derby Road, Matlock Bath, boasts accommodation over four floors, including an ensuite in the former school boiler room and a terrace on part of the old playground.
Estate agent Bricks + Mortar, in its listing on property website Zoopla, says: “Built in 1853, the home has been skilfully converted into a five-bedroom, three-bathroom house and also features open and covered terraces overlooking the River Derwent, the riverbank and cliffs beyond.”
Highlights of the semi-detached home include the large family kitchen, two huge receptions rooms and home office, as well as the five large bedrooms, two ensuite, and covered and outdoor river terraces.
Bricks + Mortar says: “The Old School House is a truly stunning family home, with spectacular views of the River Derwent and tremendous, spacious rooms on all four floors.”
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5. Ground-floor hallway
The hallway has doors to the family kitchen, bathroom, bedroom three and opens out to the home office and stairs up to mezzanine bedroom two.
6. Family kitchen
The family kitchen, on the ground floor, has very high ceilings and steps up to one of the mezzanine bedrooms above.
7. Family kitchen
Ample space for a large dining table and there are four well-positioned ceiling light fittings above.
8. Family kitchen
A Rangemaster Classic 90 stove sits in the middle of the kitchen and includes an oven, grill, warming oven and five-ring hob, together with a Rangemaster extractor over. Set within the solid oak worktops is a double ceramic Belfast sink with chrome mixer taps, a wide window sill and extra open storage cabinet to the right.