Brailsford 1.1 miles.
This charming farmhouse is situated outside the delightful village of Brailsford.
The traditional furnishings and warm interior is perfect for couples to enjoy, yet the spacious layout is equally ideal for families.
Upon entering, an open plan living area is styled with comfortable sofas, and an open fire so you can sit back and absorb the characterful interior.
A dining table rests near the window, neighboured by a set of armchairs; great for reading a book in the late afternoon.
A homely kitchen lies just off from this, with a small breakfast table that promises a lovely start to the day.
Take the stairs and you will arrive at a bathroom, containing a pure white finish, convenient for all the family to make use of.
A couple more steps lead up to a twin bedroom pieced together with matching bedside tables and views of the countryside.
The double bedroom complements the twin, and is home to a dressing table so you can get ready for the day ahead in style, after embracing a good nights sleep.
For an adventure, why not explore the village of Brailsford with its historic features and architecture, church, village hall and country homes.
If you are looking for an outdoor adventure nonetheless, Carsington Water, the Dove, Manifold Valleys and Chatsworth are all close by, along with the attractive market town of Ashbourne.
There is so much to explore in this relaxing location.
Over three floors. Two second floor bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast table. Sitting room with dining area and open fire.
About the location
Ashbourne 5 miles; Derby 5 miles.
The pretty, red brick village of Brailsford lies at the southern end of the Peak District, close to both Ashbourne and Derby. The village has a lovely community spirit and country atmosphere, offering a Post Office, a pub and a small village shop. Awash with stunning architecture, the village boasts two 20th Century country homes, the Jacobean-style Brailsford Hall, and Culland Hall, along with Brailsford Church, originally built in the 11th century. The market town of Ashbourne is just six miles away and has much to offer with its fine Georgian buildings, quaint cobbled streets, restaurants, inns and antique centres, attracting visitors from miles around. For those with an appetite for outdoor pursuits, Carsington Water, the Dove and Manifold Valleys and Chatsworth are all close by. A quiet, relaxing location, with nearby attractions to please all the family.