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An amazing barn conversion featuring a sun terrace overlooking a babbling brook has come up for sale in Chaddesden.
The Stables, in Chapel Lane, has been described by estate agents Bagshaws as a "private, secluded development".
It's on the market for £410,000 - considerably higher than the average for Chaddesden - but Bagshaws is expecting plenty of offers.
They said: "The property retains many original features and occupies a sizeable plot enjoying mature gardens and a sun terrace with a pleasant outlook over the adjacent Lees Brook.
"It's a rarely available character property which comprises of an L-Shaped entrance hallway, lounge, kitchen, dining room, utility room, three bedrooms and family bathroom.
"The property is presented to a high standard and particular impressive features include high pitched ceilings, exposed beams and a private outlook. There is a substantial loft space that could be converted."
The property is accessed via a private driveway and leads to a large garage/workshop.
The front garden has a lawn with shrub borders. To the rear of the property is a "stunning mature garden", paved patio area, well stock shrub borders, raised beds, and mature trees.
Chaddesden District Centre is within a short walk and has an a range of local amenities including shops, post office and regular bus services.