Sydnope Hall, Sydnope Hill, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4

Guide price : £ 375,000

Type: Apartment
  • Residential


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Further Information

The property is subject to a service charge of £300 payable on a monthly basis. This is paid to the Management Company which is comprised of the owners; each owner has a share in this management company - Sydnope Hall Apartments Limited - and can vote accordingly (on the rate of service charge and what it should cover etc.)
The property is not connected to mains gas, but is individually metered from a communal supply of liquid propane gas.
EPC Exempt Listed Building Exemption


The property benefits from the use of the beautifully landscaped communal gardens to the South of the property, enjoying fantastic far reaching view of open countryside.

To the North side of the property is a pleasant courtyard garden, and ample communal parking. Number 12 also has the benefit of a good size single garage with the benefit of substantial boarded storage space above.

Family Bathroom

The generously proportioned Family Bathroom benefits from a large sash window with a Westerly aspect, and comprises of a bath built in to a feature Roman style mirrored surround, a low flush WC, a pedestal wash hand basin and a separate walk-in shower with glass shower screen and gold fittings. A useful airing cupboard also houses the hot water cylinder.

Bedroom Three

With a large sash window with a Westerly aspect, Bedroom Three is currently utilised as a second sitting room, but provides a third spacious double bedroom.

Bedroom Two

With a large sash window overlooking the pleasant courtyard gardens, Bedroom Two provides a good sized double bedroom with extensive built-in wardrobes of high quality and neutral finish.

En-suite Shower Room

With a large sash window with a Westerly aspect, the en-suite shower room comprises of a large walk-in shower with curved glass screen and door, a white low flush WC, white pedestal wash hand basin with mirrored wall cupboard and vanity lighting above, and a white ladder style towel rail served by the central heating system.

The Master Bedroom

The well-proportioned Master Bedroom benefits from a large sash window with a Westerly aspect, and benefits from high quality built in wardrobes finished in cream. Double doors lead in to the

The Kitchen

The generous breakfast kitchen benefits from a pleasing dual aspect which not only affords fantastic views but also an abundance of natural light. The kitchen benefits from a good range of kitchen units with cupboards and drawers below the work surface, finished with contemporary cream laminate doors and satin stainless steel handles, and matching wall mounted cupboards above.

Set within the wood block effect laminate roll-top work surface is a high quality ceramic one-and-a-half bowl sink and drainer unit with brushed stainless steel mixer tap, and a Neff stainless steel four ring convection hob over which is an extractor unit. The kitchen also comprises of a range of built-in appliances, including a Hotpoint refrigerator, and a Neff stainless steel finish double electric fan-assisted oven and grill. There is also a freestanding Hotpoint Aquarius automatic dishwasher.

To the rear of the kitchen is a Utility Area, which comprises of large cupboards finished to match the Kitchen units providing exceptional storage space.

The Lounge

The spacious lounge benefits from dual aspect to the landscaped communal gardens and open countryside beyond, and comprises of a feature fire place housing a living flame gas fire.

The Dining Room

The commanding Dining Room extends to the East of the main apartment, and benefits from a delightful dual aspect with views over the communal gardens to open countryside beyond to the South, and an outlook over the pleasant courtyard garden to the North.

The Reception Hall

A panelled entrance door opens into the expansive yet welcoming Reception Hall, which provides ample space to accommodate a desk if required. Doors radiate off the Reception Hall to the accommodation, and a telecom access system allows visitors entry to the Entrance Hall at ground floor level.

The Accommodation

A charming panelled entrance door opens into a hallway from a pleasant courtyard garden, which benefits from coat hanging cupboards under stairs which rise to a first floor landing, off which is a further panelled entrance door which provides access to Number 12. The entrance hall is shared with Number 12a only, and is secure benefiting from a telecom entry system within the apartment.


A rare opportunity to acquire an elegant and spacious first floor apartment within a Grade II Listed building of fine character, nestled in the Derbyshire Dales surrounded with fabulous open countryside and yet within easy reach of the towns of Matlock and Chesterfield, and the cities of Sheffield, Derby and Nottingham beyond.

Sydnope Hall stands on the site of a late Tudor farmhouse, but owes much of its present character and landscape to the architect J Barron Wright, who was commissioned by the Darwin family during their ownership in the 1850s to greatly extend and alter the Hall in the Tudor Style. In the 1980s the Hall was converted into private apartments and the site remains in divided private ownership.

The Hall is set in approximately 80 hectares, with several acres of landscaped communal gardens to enjoy. Sydnope Hall is approached via a delightful tree lined private driveway, which leads to ample communal parking and a pleasant courtyard area to the North of the Hall, with the communal gardens enjoying a Southerly aspect with fine far reaching views over Darley Dale.

Number 12 is well-presented throughout and offers the discerning buyer commodious accommodation extending to over 1,570 sq. Feet, and comprises of three double bedrooms with en-suite shower room to the master, a generous family bathroom, a well-proportioned breakfast kitchen, a commanding dual aspect dining room, and a large dual aspect lounge with fantastic views of open countryside. Outside there is communal parking for many vehicles, and Number 12 also benefits from a single garage.

An internal inspection is imperative to truly appreciate the standard of accommodation on offer, and to take in the outstanding location.

Key Features

*** GUIDE PRICE £375,000 to £400,000 ***
-Spacious and elegant first floor apartment
-Located within the historic Sydnope Hall
-Three double bedrooms with en-suite to master
-Fantastic views of open countryside
-Commanding dual aspect dining room
-Generously proportioned dual aspect lounge
-Immaculately presented accommodation throughout
-Ideal rural retreat nestled in the Derbyshire Dales
-Extensive landscaped communal gardens
-No Chain Involved

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