• For Sale
  • GBP 475,000 
  • Property Type: Single Family Home
  • Property Style: Traditional
  • Bedroom: 3
  • Bathroom: 2

A stunning property, sympathetically restored and converted, formerly a village inn, now presenting a spacious home with retained original features complemented by high quality modern fitments throughout.

The property enjoys tremendous levels of natural light and impressive open plan living accommodation which includes a stunning breakfast kitchen and lounge through dining room. Formerly four bedrooms to the first floor, converted resulting in three double rooms, the principal suite enjoying a walkthrough dressing room and bespoke ensuite shower room.

Enjoying a delightful village location with landscaped south facing gardens, an idyllic outdoor lifestyle with open countryside on the doorstep whilst local services are in abundance and the M1 motorway is within a ten minute drive ensuring convenient access throughout the region and beyond.

Ground Floor

An Oak framed porch shelters the entrance door, which opens into the reception which has a staircase to the first floor and open plan access to a study area, which in turn leads through to the open plan lounge and dining room.

An open lounge which incorporates a dining area offers exceptional proportions, is flooded with natural light, and has traditionally styled sash windows to the front commanding a delightful outlook over the village green. The room displays period features, including exposed timbers to the ceiling and access in turn is provided through to the living kitchen.

A cloakroom presents a modern two-piece suite.

The living kitchen is presented in an L shaped format, has windows to two aspects, a door opening onto the rear garden and access into the utility. The kitchen enjoys a recently installed range of high-quality furniture, complimented with Granite work surfaces which incorporate a stainless steel sink unit with a mixer tap over. A centrally positioned island has a Granite top, which extends to a breakfast bar and a complement of appliances includes an integral twin oven, with a five-ring gas burner and an extractor canopy over, a fridge freezer and a dishwasher.

The adjoining utility has plumbing and space for an automatic washing machine and a dryer, has a Granite work surface and houses the central heating boiler.

From the kitchen access is gained into the garage, the rear quarter having been converted into a useful storeroom/ironing room, with base and wall cupboards complimented by a roll edge work surface. From here access is gained to the remaining three quarters of the double garage.

First Floor

The first floor presents spacious accommodation, which originally presented four bedrooms. To the front aspect of the home are two exceptionally well-proportioned double rooms, each with sash windows commanding a pleasant outlook, both rooms enjoying a high ceiling height.

To the rear aspect of the home the principal bedroom suite enjoys a double aspect position, and leads through to a dressing room, which was originally the fourth bedroom. The dressing room is presented with wardrobes, a shoe rack and hanging space to all walls, has a window to the rear and gives access to an exceptional bathroom.

The bathroom presents twin wash hand basins, which sit on a wooden plinth, a low flush W.C, full tiling to the floor and complimentary tiling to the walls. Access is provided through to a generous wet-room style shower, once again with complimentary tiling to both the walls and floor.

The family bathroom is positioned to the front aspect of the home, is presented with a modern four piece suite, has complimentary tiling to the both the walls and floor, a heated towel radiator and a frosted window.


To the front aspect of the property is a forecourt garden. A double drive to the rear provides off road parking and gives access to the garage.

The garden enjoys a south facing position and has been professionally landscaped for minimal maintenance. A flagged terrace is surrounded by shaped beds whilst a covered seating area provides an ideal shaded seating area. To the side of the house a timber cover has been created for a Hot Tub and power is provided.

The garage has useful storage, power, lighting and an electronically operated up and over entrance door.

Additional Information

A Freehold property with mains gas, water, electricity and drainage. Fixtures and fittings by separate negotiation. Council Tax band F.

1967 & MISDESCRIPTION ACT 1991 - When instructed to market this property every effort was made by visual inspection and from information supplied by the vendor to provide these details which are for description purposes only. Certain information was not verified, and we advise that the details are checked to your personal satisfaction. In particular, none of the services or fittings and equipment have been tested nor have any boundaries been confirmed with the registered deed plans. Fine & Country or any persons in their employment cannot give any representations of warranty whatsoever in relation to this property and we would ask prospective purchasers to bear this in mind when formulating their offer. We advise purchasers to have these areas checked by their own surveyor, solicitor and tradesman. Fine & Country accept no responsibility for errors or omissions. These particulars do not form the basis of any contract nor constitute any part of an offer of a contract.


Follow Sat Nav to S21 4BH. The property is situated in front of the war memorial directly to the side of the church.

Eckington – Sheffield S21

A delightful historical village, once part of Sherwood Forest in the former Sitwell Estate and the beautiful Moss Valley Conservation Area presenting beautiful surrounding scenery; located in the civil parish of Eckington, North-East Derbyshire 6 miles north east of Chesterfield. Centrally placed for commuting to both Chesterfield and Sheffield. The area benefits from a popular primary school and the property is only a moments’ walk from Eckington Comprehensive School.

The area offers a host of local facilities including, a church, a Methodist chapel, four country inns: The Bridge Inn, The Swan, The Queen's Head and The Phoenix Inn. Plenty of sports facilities: football, tennis, bowls, cricket and fishing. The Old Vicarage restaurant that used to hold a Michelin Star!

Crystal Peaks Shopping Centre and Drake House Retail Park are also close by and are served well by excellent public transport links including Sheffield’s Super-Tram at Gleadless, Town End and Nearby Halfway.  Meadowhall can be reached within a 15-minute drive and nearby tourist attractions include Rother Valley Country park, Chatsworth House and Gardens, Bolsover castle and the hugely popular Peak District National Park which offer endless outdoor pursuits and associated picturesque villages. The M1 motorway makes travelling further afield readily accessible. In short, a delightful location offering a peaceful retreat, yet every day ‘hustle and bustle’ can be easily reached.

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