The property dates back to the early 1500s and retains many original features including roof trusses and exposed stone work.

Step inside ‘glorious’ six-bedroom, converted centuries-old barn near Chesterfield - yours for £1.5m

A “magnificent” converted detached barn dating back to the early 1500s is now on the market.

Thursday, 25th March 2021, 2:42 pm
Updated Thursday, 25th March 2021, 3:27 pm

Chander Hill Barn, close to the edge of the Peak District National Park, on Chander Hill, Holymoorside, features six bedrooms, one of which could be used as an annexe, and “two superb, self-contained holiday let cottages that provide potential income per annum”.

In its listing on property website Rightmove, Wards Estate Agents says it is a “truly magnificent, Grade II-listed, stone, six-bedroom, detached barn conversion set in an enviable elevated plot within total grounds of 1.35 acres and amazing far-reaching views”.

It says: “Internal viewing is absolutely imperative to fully appreciate this glorious residence.

“Dating back to the early 1500s and sympathetically converted, it retains many original features including splendid roof trusses and exposed stone work.”

Highlights include the fabulous farmhouse oak kitchen/diner, splendid reception room, large family room and “stupendous” principal bedroom with vaulted ceiling, exposed truss, amazing views and an en suite cloakroom.

Outside is a “tremendous front courtyard”, with a stone-flagged terrace enjoying delightful views and a range of outbuildings.

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