Large holiday accommodation in Derbyshire
This beautiful Grade II listed stone Farmhouse is approximately 300 years old with oak beams and stone mullions which all add to the original character and charm of the building. The log burner creates a warm and cosy atmosphere for those long winter days.
Landscaped Gardens surround this South Facing Farmhouse. A private Drive leads to the House with a sunny front terrace with table & chairs and private rear gardens with large BBQ tables & Chairs. The rear gardens lead to a large enclosed lawn perfect for ball games.
All the bedrooms are beamed with stone mullions, ledge & braced doors and either wide planked floors and rugs or fitted carpets. Furnishings are mainly antique with some modern pieces.
Total 9 single beds and 5 Double beds
The Ground Floor
Dining Room beamed with stone fire place, window seat, stone mullions and large oak table seating 14 with additional table and chairs to seat combined total of 16.
Farmhouse Kitchen with external door to the sunny front terrace, hand painted bespoke kitchen with large electric hob, electric oven, built in larder fridge and dishwasher, all built around a large farmhouse table and comfy sofa.
Utility/Boot Room with a further freezer and fridge, washing machine and clothes drying rails. A rear doorway leads to the rear Farmhouse gardens and Lawn beyond.
Ground Floor Shower Sink WC
Bedrooms: king-size with a single
The First Floor
Two family bathrooms, one at each end of the house both with bath with shower over, whb, WC and bidet, gable end windows.
First Floor Lounge with stone fireplace, mullion windows, window seat, wide planked timber flooring with Chinese silk rug, three sofas and an assortment of armchairs, SKY, LCD TV, DVD player, video player along with an assortment of books and films.
Study/Hallway/Occasional Bedroom with antique bookcase, desk & chairs with – this space can be used as a single bedroom if required.
The Second Floor
The second floor rooms are reached by a central flight of stairs which leads to the three bedrooms.
A little History on Swiers Farm
The Farm became redundant in 1991 when Carsington Water was completed the farmland now lies beneath Carsington Water, although a couple of acres have been kept with the Farm and provide an area for ball games, picnics, or perhaps a quiet moment to absorb the beauty of the hill to the rear of the property.
Our family moved to the Farm in 1992 with our four small children. We have been slowly restoring ever since. The House have been a delight to work with, since they have so much charm and character. Each year we do a little more, perhaps extending the gardens, perhaps upgrading kitchen. We are more than a little pleased with the end results. We think our Farm house is just lovely! Beamed ceilings, traditional doors, exposed stone work, flagged floors, simple decor and lovely rugs along with comfortable settees and mellow furniture, lovely pictures and other traditional features combine to create a warm and cosy atmosphere home from home.
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