- Private rural setting within a secluded valley
- Excellent transport links
- Traditional family home with adjoining converted mill
- Separate commercial building previously used for training purposes
- Totalling approximately 6.00 acres
- Gardens and large orchard
- The property has not been on the market for some time
- Ample parking for multiple vehicles
- Additional 10.70 acres available by separate negotiation
- A further stone barn with planning permission for a dwelling is available by separate negotiation
An excellent opportunity to purchase a traditional four bedroom stone cottage, with an adjoining Mill annexe, which has been used for additional accommodation but would be suitable for B&B, separation into holiday lets or for family members, a large training building used for a charity but would be suitable for other uses, together with various outbuildings all set within grassland extending to approx. 6.00 acres (2.43 ha), all positioned in a quiet, secluded valley.Descending down the drive to Atlow Mill you slip into another world. The mill lies in a lush secluded valley next to a trout stream and is surrounded by rolling hills and fields. There is no traffic and wild life abounds.
Atlow Mill is located in a private rural setting with views over the surrounding fields. Whilst in a rural setting, the property is in very easy reach of nearby towns and cities and has excellent transport links. The property is located a short distance from the sought after village of Atlow. Atlow has its own village hall and church but basic amenities can be found in the neighbouring villages of Hulland Ward and Hognaston, including public houses, village halls, village shop/garage, primary school and churches. A more comprehensive range of facilities can be found in the nearby market towns of Ashbourne (5.0 miles) and Belper (9 miles) and in the cities of Derby (12.5 miles) and Nottingham (28 miles). The property is also 1 1/2 miles from Carsington Water and the local Sailing Club.
Atlow Mill offers a rare opportunity to acquire a diverse property consisting of a traditional family home with an adjoining converted mill providing additional accommodation for; a family of multiple generations; as a holiday let generating an income opportunity, There is also a separate building which has been used for training purposes but would be suitable to use as offices/smallholding facilities. There is also, in all grassland and woodland totaling 6.0 acres (2.34 ha).Viewing is highly advised to appreciate everything that Atlow Mill has to offer.
From Ashbourne, proceed out of town on the A517 towards Belper. Continue on the road for approximately 3 miles and then take the left fork signposted Atlow when the road bends sharply to the right. Continue on this lane and take the first left turn to Atlow, remain on this road and turn left at the next junction. Follow the road as it gently descends into the village, continue through and up the hill. Take the next left hand turning as the road bends sharply to the right. Follow the lane which leads to the Atlow Mill, identified by the Bagshaws For Sale board.
We understand from the vendors that the mill originally dates back to the 18th Century. The property has been occupied by the vendor's for 25 years and has been substantially modernised during this time. The property has not been on the market for some time and similar opportunities are few and far between.
Conservatory - 13' 11'' x 9' 11'' (4.23m x 3.03m)
Positioned to the front of the house, with an entrance door, tiled flooring, radiator and a door into the breakfast kitchen
Breakfast Kitchen - 15' 4'' x 12' 0'' (4.67m x 3.65m)
With wooden floor and wall units, quartz worktop, a one and a half sink unit with drainer, tiled splash back, with a two drawer fridge, freestanding electric range master cooker with dual ovens and five ring hob, extractor fan over, plumbing for a dishwasher, a ground level blow heater, radiator, a window to the front.
Dining Room - 11' 11'' x 10' 8'' (3.64m x 3.25m)
Leading from the breakfast kitchen, with wooden flooring, window to the rear, central heating radiator, door into the utility room and access into the annexe.
Accessed from the dining room, with plumbing for a washing machine, space for a freezer with worktop over, radiator, a window to the rear, wooden flooring, a WC and sink and a pantry storage area.
Sitting Room - 15' 5'' x 13' 2'' (4.71m x 4.02m)
With a feature brick fireplace with a stone mantel together with a Chesney log burner, a window to the front, wooden flooring, central heating radiator, feature display cupbaords. Doors lead to the rear hallway and the Breakfast Kitchen, and into the internal hallway and a further reception room.
Lounge - 15' 5'' x 14' 8'' (4.70m x 4.47m)
Accessed from an internal hallway, with dual aspect windows to the front and rear together with patio doors leading out to the rear patio area overlooking the weir, a feature fireplace with a stone mantel and hearth together with a Clearview log burner, two central heating radiators, wooden flooring, access to under stairs storage.
Study - 7' 8'' x 9' 3'' (2.33m x 2.81m)
With a window to the side, built in shelving and a central heating radiator.
First Floor Landing
Rising from the internal hall:
Bedroom One - 15' 8'' x 11' 0'' (4.77m x 3.35m)
A large double bedroom with dual aspect windows to the front and side, large modern built in wardrobes, central heating radiator and a door into:
Bedroom One En-suite
With a WC, a small bath/ shower tub with a shower over, wash hand basin. Fully tiled with tiled floor.
Bedroom Two - 15' 5'' x 12' 1'' (4.69m x 3.68m)
With stairs rising from the rear hall:A large double bedroom with a window to the front, two central heating radiators, built in wardrobes with a door leading into:
Bedroom Two En-suite
With a vanity wash hand basin unit, WC, a large shower cubicle, central heating towel radiator and extractor fan.
Bedroom Three - 10' 11'' x 9' 7'' (3.33m x 2.93m)
A double bedroom with two windows to the rear, together with built in wardrobes and a central heating radiator and a door into:
Bedroom Three En-suite
With a WC and wash hand basin.
Bedroom Four - 15' 5'' x 11' 1'' (4.70m x 3.38m)
A large double bedroom with a window to the front and two central heating radiators.
Family Bathroom - 15' 0'' x 10' 11'' (4.57m x 3.32m)
An excellent four piece suite comprising a WC, pedestal wash hand basin, a freestanding Victorian bath and separate large shower cubicle, extractor fan, central heating radiator and a central heating towel radiator, dual aspect windows and wooden flooring.
The property has multiple patio areas to the front and rear excellent for outside dining, with views over the stream and weir. Beyond the garden, there is a large orchard with a mixture of fruit trees giving excellent privacy, together with a further woodland area with many mature shrubs and trees. There are fishing rights to both sides of the stream up to the end of the woodland.
Atlow Mill Annexe
A three storey building comprising the following:
Lower Ground Floor
A rear entrance door, leading into the rear entrance hall
Showers and Toilets
All accessed off the rear hall, there are two separate shower cubicles, a separate toilet, a toilet and hand wash basin and a wet room shower with a toilet and wash hand basin.
Room One - 13' 9'' x 12' 0'' (4.19m x 3.67m)
A large room, formerly used as a dormitory, with patio door to the front, wash hand basin and exposed beams.
Room Two - 16' 1'' x 13' 4'' (4.90m x 4.06m)
A large room, formerly used as a second dormitory, with patio doors to the front and a window to the side. Stairs rising to the first floor. With an entrance door to the side.
First Floor/Upper Ground Floor
Entrance Lobby Open Plan Living Dining Kitchen - 16' 9'' x 14' 8'' (5.10m x 4.47m) and 9'2" x 7' 3" (2.79m x 2.20m)
A large room with dual aspect windows, with a sitting area and further dining area and a kitchen with wall and floor units, a freestanding cooker point, a stainless steel sink and drainer.
Annexe Bedroom One - 9' 9'' x 8' 10'' (2.97m x 2.70m)
A double bedroom with a window to the side and exposed ceiling beams.
Annexe Bedroom Two - 13' 3'' x 6' 10'' (4.05m x 2.09m)
A small double bedroom with a window to the front.
With a WC, wash hand basin, a bath with shower over, towel radiator and a window to the rear.Stairs rising to the third floor,
Reception Room/Bedroom - 23' 3'' x 17' 2'' (7.09m x 5.22m)
An impressive room with full height ceilings, exposed beams, two windows, together with built in storage room.
Bedroom - 15' 11'' x 13' 4'' (4.84m x 4.07m)
A full height room with a window to the front and exposed beams.
The property is accessed off Mill lane, leading to a shared driveway into Atlow courtyard providing ample parking for multiple vehicles.
Situated in the main yard, a former milking parlour, converted into a training block which has been used by a charity. The building briefly comprises the following; a reception room; an office; a large conference room; a further office/training room; large kitchen and separate dining room; storage room; office; a bathroom with shower, WC and wash hand basin; a separate toilet and sink. The building has potential to be used as offices for a business or for a mixture of hobbies etc, subject to the necessary consents.
Former Bull Pens
A concrete block building with a tiled roof, internally separated into three loose pens. The building is currently used for storage but has potential for other uses, subject to the necessary consents.
A four bay steel portal framed open fronted building, excellent storage for hay and machinery.
The land is down to grass with all suitable for grazing, measuring approx. 3.50 acres (1.42 ha). The land is accessed from the yard and also off the access lane.
There is a block of grassland adjoining the property, measuring approx. 10.70 acres (4.33 ha), available by separate negotiation. The land is accessed in front of the property across the stream by way of a ford crossing.
The property has the benefit of mains electricity, spring water, drainage to two private septic tanks. The main house, the central heating and hot water are provided by an oil-fired combi boiler, the annexe has electric storage heaters and the training block has an oil fired central heating combi boiler with a separate oil tank.
Fixtures and Fittings
Only those referred to in these particulars are included in the sale.
Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements
The property is sold subject to and with the benefits of the rights of way, wayleaves and easements that may exist whether or not defined in these particulars. We understand there to be a footpath which crosses the property. The stone barn has a right of way over the access drive leading to the barn. There are fishing rights to both sides of the Henmore Brook along the majority of the property.
Tenure and Possession
The property is sold freehold with vacant possession granted upon completion.
Timber, Mineral and Sporting Rights
We understand these to be included in the sale as far as they exist.
Derbyshire Dales District Council Town Hall, Bank Road Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 3NN
Council Tax Band/Business Rates
House - EAnnexe - EThe Training Block has a rateable value of £11,000.
House EAnnex GTraining Block C
Strictly by appointment through the selling agents Bagshaws at the Bakewell Office[use Contact Agent Button].
Method of Sale
The property is for sale by private treaty.
Bagshaws LLP have made every reasonable effort to ensure these details offer an accurate and fair description of the property but give notice that all measurements, distances and areas referred to are approximate and based on information available at the time of printing. These details are for guidance only and do not constitute part of the contract for sale. Bagshaws LLP and their employees are not authorised to give any warranties or representations in relation to the sale.
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