Summerley Farm, a four bedroom house in Apperknowle, was built in 1601.

Take a look inside this 400-year-old Derbyshire farmhouse - on the market for almost £1m

A "historically significant" Derbyshire farmhouse has gone on the market for the first time since the 1920’s and you’re going to love its “magnificent” views and sculpted garden.

Wednesday, 1st July 2020, 3:30 pm

Summerley Farm, a four bedroom house in Apperknowle, was built in 1601 and has many traditional features, including beamed ceilings and oak latched doors, feature exposed stone walls, stone mullioned windows and inglenook fireplaces.

It also comes with a half an acre garden which was designed by Phil Hirst - winner of Best Show Garden at the RHS Chatsworth Flower Show 2018.

And, the house has a barn, hot tub room and garden room.

Saxton Mee, who are marketing the property for £995,000, said: “This is one of the oldest and most historically significant heritage buildings in the conservation area of Summerley, this exquisite 17th Century property has not been presented to the open market since the early 1920's and boasts magnificent south facing views across the Drone Valley towards Chesterfield and the iconic Crooked Spire.

“Outside features award winning gardens designed by Phil Hirst - winner of Best Show Garden at the RHS Chatsworth Flower Show 2018 and incorporates a large woodstore barn with adjoining garage and a separate hot tub/party hub with flagstone floor and fireplace.

“The garden has numerous seating/entertaining areas for tranquil summer evenings. There is ample secure parking for several vehicles.”

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