It is described as a wonderful four bedroom detached residence with fabulous far reaching views.
The house is located on Chapel Lane, Apperknowle, near Dronfield and is being marketed by Blenheim Park Estates.
The property brochure states: ‘Set in a tranquil location, this superb property offers an ideal family home with distinctive features and generous sized accommodation.
“On the ground floor there are three reception rooms, a kitchen diner and a large utility room with WC. All bedrooms are doubles and are located at the front of the property to take advantage of the unobstructed views.
“Bramley House is in the village of Apperknowle with a public house and a number of countryside walks on its doorstep.
“A short drive away is Dronfield which offers a variety of amenities including supermarkets, pubs, restaurants, shops and cafes. There is also access to Dronfield Train Station, which offers train services to Leeds, Liverpool Lime Street, Manchester and York.
The property briefly comprises on the ground floor an entrance hall, parlour, dining room, lounge, eat-in kitchen, utility room, boiler room and wc.
On the first floor there is a landing, master bedroom, bedroom two, bedroom three, bedroom four, a family bathroom and a shower room.
The brochure goes on to say: “From Chapel Lane, wrought-iron intercoms opened electric gates to a driveway.
“The driveway provides parking for several vehicles and features exterior lighting and raised planted borders with mature trees and shrubs. Access to the double garage and wood storage is possible. Wrought iron pedestrian gates open to the front of the property and gardens.”
At the front of the property is a large flagstone seating terrace which offers plenty of seating space and has a stone wall with wrought iron railings to one side, outdoor lighting and a water tap.
The utility room and workshop can be entered and stone steps rise to the entrance hall. Stone steps also lead to a wrought iron pedestrian gate which opens onto Chapel Lane.
There is also a detached workshop – a useful space with a UPVC door with a double glazed panel, front facing UPVC double glazed windows, skylights and electricity. The outbuilding has a wooden door, side wooden glazing, light and a brick oven. Additional features include a double garage and a wood store.
From the seating terrace double wrought iron pedestrian gates open onto stone steps leading down to a path and giving access to the annexe. Steps also give access to the garden. On either side of the water feature are large lawns with mature trees and shrubs and a water feature.
Stone steps with exterior lighting lead down to another large garden with established trees, shrubs and enclosure with fences and trees. A path runs the width of the garden and on one side of the border to the bottom of the property.