The Old Bank House, positioned on a quiet lane in Tideswell, has an open plan living come dining room, modern kitchen and bathrooms, three bedrooms and a sunny courtyard.
A spokesman from The Modern House, who is marketing the property for £350,000, said: “This charming, three-bedroom stone cottage, set in the heart of the limestone uplands of The Peak District National Park, offers direct access to the exceptional surrounding landscape of rolling Derbyshire hills and valleys.
“The house has recently been extensively renovated, stripping back outdated layers to present a beautifully pared-back, modern interior. An additional stone outbuilding is positioned in the sunny, walled rear courtyard.
“The primary entrance leads directly into the principle living area; a beautifully bright space, loosely organised in an open-plan layout, with a dining area to one side of the plan and living area opposite.“Thought to be over 180 years old, the house has been refurbished with great attention to detail, with many original features sensitively retained. Flagstone flooring, exposed stone walls surround log-burning stoves and deep-set, shuttered sash windows allow natural light to stream through. “Tideswell has a self-sufficient and thriving local community, with an independent greengrocer, bakery, fish and chip shop and well-loved ice cream parlour, with milk provided by the local dairy herd, all operating from the village centre. The Merchant’s Yard restaurant, another local favourite, is also within easy walking distance.“The nearby train station, Hope, is around 15 minutes by car and runs directly between Manchester and Sheffield. Chesterfield train station is just over 30 minutes drive away and provides a direct train link to London St Pancras in just under two hours.”