A spacious first floor barn conversion with a charming living space and lots of original features. Surrounded by walking trails, this property enjoys a rural location, with easy access to Sheffield.
This barn conversation which is attached to the owners house is ideally located in the High Peak area of the National Park. With Strines, Dale Dike and Damflask reservoirs within easy reach, guests can enjoy a row or sail on the water and take in the peace of the area. Steeped in history, the nearby Pennine Way chases along mountain tops for 268 miles – a must for any walker. Head to nearby Low Bradfield where you’ll find a thriving village pub, post office, grocery shop and delightful tea rooms.
An entrance hall welcomes you into the building, which has an interesting beamed vaulted ceiling. Continue through to the open plan living area, where a galley kitchen with belfast sink and wooden cabinets makes for a very sociable place to cook while overlooking the rest of the room. At the other side of the breakfast bar and exposed trusses, two steps down and up lead to the dining and sitting area. With a cosy open coal fire, this is the perfect space in which to relax in front of the TV or with a good book after a long day on your feet. There is also a handy sofa bed, ideal for families, and stunning views across the valley through pretty windows. Please be aware that the low exposed beam separating the living area is at a reduced height in places.
The bedroom is equally as charming, with a beamed vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and large window taking in the majestic views down to the reservoir, while in the bathroom next door you have the choice of a relaxing bath or electric shower. Or, if the weather is fine, why not head outside and enjoy the peace and tranquillity on one of the garden chairs.