The property is formally known as St Thomas's Rectory.

Step inside 175-year-old ‘hidden gem’ – a Grade II-listed former Chesterfield rectory complete with wine cellar and orchard

A historic Chesterfield building has been “meticulously renovated” into a stunning family home – and is up for sale.

Thursday, 18th March 2021, 10:16 am

The Old Rectory on Chatsworth Road, Brampton, has been “thoughtfully modernised to an impeccable standard” according to estate agent Dales & Peaks, in its listing on property website Zoopla.

The building, Grade II-listed by English Heritage in 1977, dates back to 1849. It is formally known as St Thomas’ Rectory, having been built as part of St Thomas’ Church.

Dales & Peaks describe it as a “truly stunning example of classic contemporary interior design” and “hidden gem within the desirable, cosmopolitan suburb of Brampton”.

It says: “The property has been meticulously renovated, creating a truly beautiful example of classic contemporary design, an exquisite and truly unique five-bedroom family home.”

The property, sitting in private gated grounds measuring about 0.6 acres, boasts 3,582 sq feet of accommodation over four storeys, as well as outbuildings including a garage currently used as a home gym.

Interior highlights include the grand formal dining room, stylish dining kitchen, basement wine cellar and five individually-styled bedrooms, including the master bedroom with ensuite and large dressing room.

Outside is a large decked terrace overlooking the beautiful lawned garden with decked terrace area, and an orchard leading down to the River Hipper.

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