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Price £625,000

Walton House, Town Street, Brassington, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 4HB
4 Bedroomed Detached House

Key Features

  • Stone built period property dating from 1731
  • Four bedrooms with the benefit of five reception rooms
  • Delightful hand crafted fitted pine kitchen
  • Two walk-in pantries with original thrawls and salting sinks
  • Utility room and secondary cloakroom
  • Could easily be split to form independent relatives' accommodation or holiday let
  • Delightful garden and ample off-road parking for two vehicles
  • No upward chain
  • A host of original charm and character throughtout


An opportunity to acquire a large stone built detached residence, which enjoys a central position to the village of Brassington and offers extensive accommodation which has been painstakingly and tastefully refurbished over many years by its current occupier to a high standard and specification with the benefit of central heating the property offers good sized accommodation with the potential to form independent relatives' living accommodation or to create a pleasant holiday let providing a potential substantial income.

An internal inspection will reveal entrance porch with access to a delightful snug, formal dining room with magnificent feature fireplace and beamed ceiling, a quality hand crafted fitted antique pine kitchen with granite work surfaces and central island and two large walk-in pantries with original thrawls and salting sink. There is a very pleasant breakfast room with high vaulted ceiling with direct access to a formal cloakroom and utility room, a ground floor bedroom, good sized study or potential fifth bedroom and a refurbished modern shower room. To the first floor is a delightful sitting room with vaulted ceiling and wood burning stove.

To the first floor of the main property access is provided to three genuine double bedrooms and a delightful bathroom.

Outside, is a well tendered private garden laid mainly to lawns with ample off-road parking for two vehicles.

The sale provides a very genuine opportunity for a discerning purchaser to acquire a superbly appointed detached residence offering a wealth of original charm and character throughout and would provide a large family home or indeed a potential business opportunity.


Brassington has a wealth of local facilities including local pub, popular schools and fast access to Carsington Reservoir and the open countryside.




With Georgian style windows and stone sills, tile flooring, exposed stone walls, solid oak entrance door leading into:


Stairs to the first floor off.

SNUG  -  3.64m x 3.53m (11'11" x 11'7")

Stone feature fireplace with multi-fuel stove, built in wall cupboard with oak front, beams to ceiling, radiator and bench seating to window.

FORMAL DINING ROOM  -  4.4m x 3.85m (14'5" x 12'8")

Having magnificent stone feature fireplace with matching insert, heavy stone mantel and matching hearth, double radiator, wall light points, wall mounted cupboard with original pine door to front and understairs storage cupboard with original thrawl.

DELIGHTFUL HAND CRAFTED ANTIQUE PINE KITCHEN  -  3.91m x 3.67m (12'10" x 12'0")

Hand crafted antique pine units offering Belfast sink unit with mixer tap over, base cupboard under, a range of base cupboards and drawers with thick granite work surfaces over, up-stand and decorative tiling, tall food/broom cupboard, complementary wall mounted cupboards, Range style cooker within an attractive stone and brick feature chimney with pine mantel over, central island with granite work surfaces and a variety of cupboards under, tile flooring and beams to ceiling.

WALK-IN ORIGINAL LARGE PANTRY ONE  -  3.13m x 2.29m (10'3" x 7'6")

Having the original thrawls, stone flooring, salting sink and heavily beamed ceiling.


Having the original thrawls and shelving.


With tile flooring, stable door and radiator.

BREAKFAST ROOM  -  3.85m x 3.19m (12'8" x 10'6")

Tile flooring, French door providing access to the delightful garden, high vaulted ceiling with Velux rooflight, exposed stone wall, metal and wooden staircase leading to sitting room off, radiator and wall light points.

CLOAKROOM  -  1.99m x 1.25m (6'6" x 4'1")

Cold water tap, tile flooring, built in pine storage cupboards, radiator.

UTILITY ROOM  -  2.2m x 2m (7'3" x 6'7")

Boiler servicing the central heating system and providing domestic hot water, immersion heater providing secondary hot water, pluming for automatic washing machine, tumble dryer and tile flooring.


Tile flooring, radiator, stable door to the side, beams to ceiling with door leading to:

GOOD SIZED STUDY/BEDROOM FIVE  -  3.72m x 2.44m (12'2" x 8'0")

Radiator and exposed beams to ceiling.

BEDROOM FOUR  -  3.30m x 2.99m (10'10" x 9'10")

Radiator and beams to ceiling.


Corner shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, w.c., heated chrome towel rail/radiator, tile flooring, decorative spotlighting and extractor fan.


SITTING ROOM  -  6.79m x 3.8m (22'3" x 12'6")

Having beams to ceiling, stone feature fireplace with wood burning stove, windows with stone sills, two radiators, Velux rooflight and wall lights.


BEDROOM ONE  -  3.6m x 3.58m (11'10" x 11'9")

Built in walk-in storage cupboard, exposed wooden floor, radiator and stone feature fireplace with Georgian grate.

BEDROOM TWO  -  4.1m x 2.6m (13'5" x 8'6")


BEDROOM THREE  -  3.92m x 3.74m (12'10" x 12'3")



Low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, panel bath, beams to ceiling and radiator.


There is a gravelled driveway with ample off road parking for two vehicles. There is a delightful garden with raised lawns, well stocked flowering borders offering a high degree of seclusion and privacy, patio and stone store.


Derbyshire Dales District Council - Tax Band E.


From our Ashbourne office proceed out of Ashbourne along the Green Road, travelling through the village Kniveton towards Carsington Reservoir having passed the Knockerdown Pub take the turning left where signposted for Brassington travelling into Brassington down the hill just as you proceed out of Brassington on the main road (Town Street) and the property is situated on the right hand side.


Strictly by appointment through Scargill Mann & Co - Derby office (DM/SE).

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