Four-storey home with wine store boasts stunning views over Bakewell

A four-storey home with five bedroom – four ensuite – and a wine store is now on sale in Bakewell.

Thursday, 11th March 2021, 3:58 pm
Updated Tuesday, 16th March 2021, 11:52 am
To the rear of the property there is a raised decking platform off the first floor hallway enjoying a south aspect with ample storage underneath, a stone build barbeque and electrically operated awning.

A four-storey home with five bedroom – four ensuite – and a wine store is now on sale in Bakewell Badger Heights, on Station Road, is set within an elevated plot approaching one acre.

Estate agent Savills, which is marketing the stone-built property, says the home boasts accommodation approaching 3,00 sq feet across four storeys and “occupies an enviable position within the town”.

Other highlights include the large lounge with bar area, games room, five bedrooms – four of which are ensuite – extensive balconies and temperature-controlled wine store.

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Dual-aspect games room with oak flooring, partial floor to ceiling glazing, French doors out to the side aspect, fitted console units with shelving and storage and a focal point, stone-built fireplace with a copper canopy and inset gas fire.

Outside there are two double garages, as well gardens to all sides, as well as a side patio with ornamental patio, large outdoor terrace and enclosed play area.

Clare Bingham, Savills property agent, said: “The outstanding views, coupled with the close proximity to the town centre make Badgers Heights a truly unique prospect for buyers searching in the Bakewell area.

“Set within a delightful plot approaching one acre, this property offers fantastic family living and provides unrivalled views across the town and wider Derbyshire from its elevated position.”

Stairs to the first floor open up directly in the dining room, boasting superb far-reaching views via the floor-to-ceiling glazing which in turn holds French doors out to a balcony.

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Steps lead onto a lawned area which is bound by mature trees and shrubbery with a pathway winding up to a small wooded area and onto the hot tub platform.
Badher Heights is an individual, five-bedroom, detached family home.
The wine room to the rear of the property is thermostatically temperature controlled.
The hallway, which itself holds two French doors out to the rear follows on from the kitchen to a versatile room to the front aspect which could be used as a double bedroom, study or additional reception room.
The kitchen is fitted with a Baumatic oven with a five-burner gas hob and extractor above with space and plumbing for additional appliances such as fridge freezer and dishwasher also allowed for.
The majority of the bedroom accommodation is situated at second-floor level and comprises four double bedrooms, three of which are en suite.
A principal bedroom occupies the east corner of the house, enjoying a double fronted view across the side garden, a dressing area with fitted wardrobes and an en-suite three piece shower room
The property occupies an elevated position with unrivalled views across Bakewell and Derbyshire.
Spacious, dual-aspect sitting room, displaying a full elevation-of-floor to ceiling glazing which hold double doors out to a second balcony area, in addition to original wood flooring, vaulted ceilings, a bar area and an exposed stone fireplace with inset log burner.
There is a two tiered lawn which leads around to a side patio off the games room with ornamental pond and onto a level, enclosed play area.
The gardens cloak all four elevations of Badgers Heights and amount to almost an acre in total. To the front of the property there is a two-tiered lawn.
The property occupies an elevated position with unrivalled views across Bakewell and Derbyshire.
Spacious, dual-aspect sitting room, displaying a full elevation-of-floor to ceiling glazing which hold double doors out to a second balcony area, in addition to original wood flooring, vaulted ceilings, a bar area and an exposed stone fireplace with inset log burner.