Wards Estate Agents says Longside House, of Longside Road, Holymoorside, is a sensitively restored four-bedroom/three-bathroom detached stone residence, dating back to the 1600s.
It says: “Set within this amazing conservation area including, it includes 17 acres, with private entrance driveway, substantial outbuildings and secure garaging, with huge potential for further development, such as holiday lets.
“It has by far the most enviable panoramic countryside views over Chesterfield ”
Neutrally presented throughout, the home boasts more than 3,000 sq feet of “versatile and generously proportioned family accommodation”, with period features, stone floors and feature fireplaces.
Highlights include the “magnificent reception room with truly spectacular views”, music room, family room, bespoke kitchen/breakfast room, large dining room, as well as the four bedrooms, two of which are ensuite, including the large principal bedroom with feature trussed ceiling.
Outside is a enclosed courtyard and rear patio/terrace “which is fantastic for private outside social entertaining”.
Wards says: “Internal viewing is absolutely imperative to fully appreciate this really stupendous residence.”