Farm house

Look around the luxurious seven-bed Derbyshire farmhouse

The real estate market is currently in the midst of a post-pandemic boom – and this property is sure to turn some heads.

Having recently been named one of the best places in the country for first-time buyers, the available properties in Derbyshire have been rushed over to those looking to relocate after a long winter lockdown.

But well above most people’s budgets, there are also homes that offer stunning views and facilities.

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Far Slack Farm, in Rowarth, High Peak, is just one such property currently on the market – with a guide price of over around £ 1,450,000.

This seven bedroom property is ideal for any equestrian specialist, comprising 16 stables and the option to expand the property for more.

The main house, accessible by a long private driveway, comprises an upstairs master suite, a kitchen-diner with a central island and further double bedrooms and family bathrooms.

An independent annex is also included in this property in the heart of 103 hectares of pastures.

The annex property has its own private garden, as well as two bedrooms, living room, kitchen and bathroom, making it perfect as a vacation rental.

This traditional Derbyshire farmhouse has also been recently refurbished, with underfloor heating in every room, giving the property a contemporary and modern feel.

With six fields and 14 paddocks, as well as an outdoor farm building and ten block stables, this property is perfect for anyone looking to care for animals.

The property is currently for sale with Gascoigne Halman via Rightmove.



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