Stone built family home set in the Cordwell Valley

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Character features including beams, exposed stonework and open-grate fireplaces give this detached home period charm.

Barn Croft at Far Lane, Barlow near Dronfield, is on the market at £675,000.

A four-bedroomed detached house, it boasts a rural setting, with striking views across the neighbouring Cordwell Valley.

It is also within easy reach of village shops, pubs and schools, as well as rail and leisure facilities in nearby Dronfield.

A stone entrance porch leads to an L-shaped lounge with stone fireplace and leaded windows to the front.

A breakfast kitchen is fitted with oak-fronted base and wall units and integrated appliances including an electric double oven, four-ring induction hob, fridge, dishwasher and a wood-burning stove.

There is a separate dining room with beamed ceiling, a utility room, a downstairs cloakroom, study and a snug with porthole window.

Stairs rise to a first-floor landing off which is the master bedroom suite, including built-in wardrobes and dressing table, a dressing room and a spacious bathroom with Jacuzzi bath, bidet, shower and wc.

There are three more double bedrooms, one with en-suite bathroom and all with fitted wardrobes and cupboards.

The family bathroom has a three-piece suite including a Jacuzzi bath.

Outside, a block-paved driveway provides off-road parking and leads to a large attached garage with electric door, power, cold water and a storage loft.

The front garden features lawns, flowerbeds and rockeries, with a dwarf boundary wall.

To the rear of the house is a broad, stone-flagged terrace, herbaceous flower borders and a variety of trees, including apple. There is also a timber garden store and natural stone walling.

Details: Saxton Mee, 
Civic Centre, Dronfield (01246) 290992.

Rural location

Four double bedrooms

Three bathrooms

Snug and study

Views of Cordwell Valley