Historic family home with pool and bar looking over Peak District could be yours for less than £1m

A pool and ‘disco’ bar overlooking the Peak District are just some of the quirky additions to a five bedroom home which has been put on the market.

Tuesday, 28th January 2020, 4:37 pm
Updated Wednesday, 5th February 2020, 12:13 pm
This large living room and dining room has plenty of space.

The Old Barn on the outskirts Chapel-En-Le-Frith sits in an elevated position, giving great views of the countryside from its many outdoor seating areas. The barn is about 300-years-old and has been converted into a family home which has four reception rooms plus an office, heated swimming pool and games room. A spokesman for Jon Mellor and Company Estate Agents, who are marketing the house for £795,000, said: “The hamlet of Bowden Head has a cluster of stone properties in this semi rural location with outstanding panoramic views across the town and the surrounding hills and countryside.” If you fancy taking on The Old Barn, ring Jon Mellor and Company Estate Agents on 01298 437927.

The pool house has a separate wc and store room/pool equipment room.
The room has a built in projector.

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There are plenty of places to sit around the swimming pool.
Located at the rear of the property with a glazed retractable cover and stone paved sitting area.
There is a seating area with firepit where you can enjoy the views.
A split level room with raised dining area. Fitted with a range of white gloss base and wall mounted cupboards with granite work surfaces.
There are formal landscaped gardens with stone flagged pathways and patio areas and extensive lawned areas with many mature trees, shrubs and plants.
Inside the pool house has a bar and sitting area, windows to two sides with far reaching views and glazed double doors.
It has internet, electric heating, light, power points and windows with views over the valley.
The master bedroom has an en suite and a pitched roof.
There are three bathrooms in the house.
It is open plan with stairs leading up to the lounge/dining room and down to the sitting room/cinema room. Additional spiral staircase to first floor landing.
This room is currently being used as a games room.
There is a covered timber decked area with built in barbecue.
The original barn is believed to be about 300 years old and has been converted into this spacious family home.
The house comes with five bedrooms.
There are plenty of spaces to enjoy the views.
Panoramic views across Chapel-en-le-Frith there is an exposed feature stonework to one wall incorporating a fireplace and hearth with log burning stove.