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 property is formally known as St Thomas's Rectory.

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”.

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The home is described as a "truly outstanding" Grade II-listed property.

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.

The home boasts stunning decor throughout, complimenting the property's original features with tasteful contemporary interior design.

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The building dates back to 1849.
The home has been meticulously renovated.
The property is described as "an exquisite and truly unique five-bedroom family home".
Modern dining kitchen with integrated Neff appliances.
Modern dining kitchen with solid marble worktops.
The dining area
Grand formal dining room
The property sits right in the heart of Chesterfield's "cosmopolitan suburb" of Brampton.
The property features a pressured heating system throughout.
The impressive master suite features a dressing room and ensuite.
With fitted wardrobes.
With free-standing bath and separate rain shower.
Part of the impressive master suite.
Plenty of hanging space.
The home has five individually styled bedrooms.
The home has been thoughtfully modernised to an impeccable standard.
The home was built as part of St Thomas's Church.
Featuring a spiral staircase to the fantastic loft space, ideal for a work-from-home space or additional storage.
The property boasts a sotal of 3,879 sq feet of accommodation.
Large driveway for multiple cars,
The Old Rectory occupies a private, gated plot measuring approximately 0.6 acres.
The single garage.
The single garage is currently being used as a home gym
The property boasts 3,582 sq feet of accommodation over four storeys, with a large lawned area to the rear.
Decked terrace overlooking the large lawned garden
There is a large lawned garden and an orchard leading down to the River Hipper.