A converted 400-year-old barn with exposed beams and tonnes of character. Outside a pretty patio area with a BBQ is perfect for summer evenings. You'll find all the amenities you need in the historic village.
Eyam is a pretty and quintessential Derbyshire Dales village with plenty of history to discover. The property benefits from the village’s amenities, which include a village shop, post office and traditional pub. Chatsworth and Haddon Hall country houses lie within a 25 minute drive, while fishing, gliding and climbing facilities are also nearby, making this the perfect base for culture and sporting enthusiasts alike.
As you enter the property, step into the well-equipped kitchen, which reflects the traditional style of the building with a stone floor. The kitchen is open-plan to an inviting dining area for delicious meals for two before retiring to the sitting area for the rest of the evening, which boasts a character fireplace with an electric stove – ideal for a cosy night in.
An open staircase leads you upstairs under exposed beams and onto the landing with a pretty stained-glass window. The bedroom is light and airy with beautiful views across the surrounding countryside while the bathroom next door boasts a stylish slipper bath in which to relax after a long day walking the Dales.
Outside, the patio area with garden furniture and external lighting makes for a fantastic BBQ venue if the weather is fine. Further lawned gardens are bordered by beautiful herbaceous beds, adding to the charm of this property.