A look around luxurious Derbyshire home in historic converted mill

The Peak District is known for its stunning natural beauty and geography, but it’s also home to some of the most elegant homes in Derbyshire. The tourist attraction town of Matlock is no exception, and currently boasts perhaps one of the most coveted properties on the market in the county.

Lumsdale House is situated within an acre of landscaped gardens and offers extensive accommodation, including a two bedroom cottage within the grounds. The property is currently being used as a holiday let.

The house was originally built in 1760 by a local mill owner and sits in Lumsdale Valley, which is a national heritage site. The ground floor of the main house offers three reception rooms, a large orangery, a breakfasting kitchen with utility, pantry and boiler room.

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The first floor comprises of a family bathroom, three double bedrooms one with en-suite, a master suite containing a living/sitting room, dressing room, walk in wardrobe and a luxury en-suite. Outside on the grounds, those visiting the property will find a gardeners cottage which provides further accommodation.

The separate building offers an open plan kitchen living space to the ground floor. On the first floor the space is divided by the staircase allowing ample room for two double beds and shower room.

The property is nestled away behind electronically controlled gates, yet is still well connected to Derby, Nottingham and Chesterfield. It’s currently on the market for £1.35 million.

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