Ivy Lodge, Duffield, DE56 4DP
£1,400,000

IVY LODGE is a most distinctive and desirable period stone built residence of immense charm, delightfully positioned off Hazelwood Road providing spacious, characterful accommodation together with splendid and extremely private grounds of almost three quarters of an acre with a sweeping carriageway approach to a double garage.

This delightful property has a long and impressive frontage to Hazelwood Road at Duffield with the main carriageway entrance from The Pastures. Hazelwood Road is recognised as being one of the most exclusive addresses in Duffield. There are excellent facilities in Duffield village and all are available within a short walking distance of Ivy Lodge.

Although the exact age of the residence is unknown, the original part is believed to date from the 17th century and at one time was used as an Inn known as the Wheatsheaf but later the property was the subject of a cleverly designed mid 19th century extension. In recent years it has been the subject of an extensive scheme of modernisation and improvement.

The exterior of the property is very pleasing, being constructed in mellow stone and incorporating numerous attractive and interesting architectural features. The beautifully appointed interior provides rooms of excellent size and proportion - the majority having a fine southerly aspect over the grounds and countryside beyond.

The village of Duffield includes excellent educational, recreational, shopping and social amenities - including the noted secondary Ecclesbourne school, excellent primary schools at William Gilbert and The Meadows, Duffield tennis, squash, cricket clubs and golf on the attractive Chevin course or the nearby Kedleston Park golf club. The village is well served by frequent bus and railway services to Derby ( with direct commuter links to London, Birmingham and Sheffield ). A further point to note is that the Derwent Valley in which the village of Duffield nestles, is one of the few world heritage sites.

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IVY LODGE is a most distinctive and desirable period stone built residence of immense charm, delightfully positioned off Hazelwood Road providing spacious, characterful accommodation together with splendid and extremely private grounds of almost three quarters of an acre with a sweeping carriageway approach to a double garage.

This delightful property has a long and impressive frontage to Hazelwood Road at Duffield with the main carriageway entrance from The Pastures. Hazelwood Road is recognised as being one of the most exclusive addresses in Duffield. There are excellent facilities in Duffield village and all are available within a short walking distance of Ivy Lodge.

Although the exact age of the residence is unknown, the original part is believed to date from the 17th century and at one time was used as an Inn known as the Wheatsheaf but later the property was the subject of a cleverly designed mid 19th century extension. In recent years it has been the subject of an extensive scheme of modernisation and improvement.

The exterior of the property is very pleasing, being constructed in mellow stone and incorporating numerous attractive and interesting architectural features. The beautifully appointed interior provides rooms of excellent size and proportion - the majority having a fine southerly aspect over the grounds and countryside beyond.

The village of Duffield includes excellent educational, recreational, shopping and social amenities - including the noted secondary Ecclesbourne school, excellent primary schools at William Gilbert and The Meadows, Duffield tennis, squash, cricket clubs and golf on the attractive Chevin course or the nearby Kedleston Park golf club. The village is well served by frequent bus and railway services to Derby ( with direct commuter links to London, Birmingham and Sheffield ). A further point to note is that the Derwent Valley in which the village of Duffield nestles, is one of the few world heritage sites.

Accommodation - 

Ground Floor - 

Charming Spacious Reception Hall And Inner Hall - 5.03m x 4.27m x 2.29m x 1.60m (16'6" x 14'0" x 7' - With Hopton Stone Flagged floors, full height oak panelling and a delightful archway to the inner hallway area with a further oak entrance door to Hazelwood Road. Delightful low window overlooking the grounds with an attractive oak seating area with original brass fittings. A beautiful fireplace with Denstone surrounds and hearth incorporating a Clearview Pioneer log burning stove installed by Robeys. A perfect seating area for family. A feature staircase with fine mahogany handrail leading to the first floor. Understair storage, three radiators and door to cellar.

Cellar - 3.56m x 3.30m (11'8" x 10'10") - Thrawls, central heating boiler and provides storage.

Delightful Drawing Room - 5.87m into bay x 5.69m x 4.67m (19'3" into bay x 1 - Deep Cant bay with deep sill overlooking the grounds with twin central front doors, charming Adams style fireplace with surrounds, hearth and inset living flame gas fire, cornice to ceilings, deep skirting boards, sash window, internal panelled door and two radiators.

Splendid Dining Room - 4.75m x 3.89m (15'7" x 12'9") - Cornice to ceiling, beams to ceiling, deep skirting boards, four sash windows with aspect over Hazelwood Road, internal panelled door, charming period cast-iron fireplace with surrounds and hearth and two radiators.

Most Attractive Breakfast Kitchen - 5.23m x 4.70m (17'2" x 15'5") - With beams to ceiling, outlook across the grounds and fitted by Creative Interiors including Miele hob, dishwasher and Neff double oven.

Rear Hall Area - With radiator and door to courtyard.

Useful Storage Area - With a wall of fitted storage cupboards.

Cloakroom - With low level WC and wash basin.

Utility/Laundry - 3.71m x 2.62m (12'2" x 8'7") - With fitted storage cupboards, double stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and Miele washing machine and Miele condenser dryer.

First Floor - 

Delightful And Extensive Landing - Incorporating period archway, attractive balustrade, cornice to ceilings, three radiators, alcove bookcase, sash window overlooking the garden, further window overlooking Hazelwood Road, storage cupboard and staircase leading to the second floor accommodation.

Bedroom One - 5.87m x 4.75m (19'3" x 15'7" ) - Deep windows giving a fine outlook over the grounds, period cast-iron fireplace with decorative surrounds and tiled hearth, sash window to the side elevation, three character windows overlooking the gardens with far reaching views, internal panelled door, cornice to ceiling and two radiators.

En-Suite Bathroom - 4.37m x 2.62m (14'4" x 8'7" ) - Panelled bath with mixer tap/shower attachment, fitted wash basin with cupboard beneath, low level w.c., radiator, towel rail, two character windows with aspect over the garden which offer far reaching views across the Valley, internal panelled door and built-in wardrobes.

Bedroom Two/Upstairs Lounge - 6.10m into bay x 5.11m (20'0" into bay x 16'9" ) - Feature cast-iron fireplace with inset living flame gas fire and hearth, fitted book shelving to either side of chimney breast with base cupboards, cornice to ceiling, picture rail, deep skirting boards, Cant bay window overlooking the garden with pleasant far reaching views, internal panelled door and radiator.

Study One - 4.34m plus wardrobes x 2.31m (14'3" plus wardrobe - Radiator, two built-in double wardrobes with cupboards above, sash window overlooking Hazelwood Road, additional two character sash windows and internal panelled door.

Bedroom Three - 4.72m x 3.84m (15'6" x 12'7" ) - Cant bay window with deep sill overlooking Hazelwood Road, cornice to ceiling, sash window to the side elevation, internal panelled door and two radiators.

Bathroom Two - 2.74m x 2.64m (9'0" x 8'8" ) - Panelled bath with mixer tap/shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c., separate shower cubicle, tiled splash-backs, coving to ceiling, sash window overlooking Hazelwood Road, internal panelled door, radiator and heated towel rail.

Second Floor - 

Landing - Two exposed beams and two character windows overlooking Hazelwood Road.

Bedroom Four - 5.89m x 4.78m (19'4" x 15'8" ) - Period cast-iron fireplace with tiled hearth, two exposed beams, four character windows with outlook over the garden offering far reaching views across the Valley and internal panelled door.

Bedroom Five - 4.65m x 3.45m (15'3" x 11'4" ) - Period cast-iron fireplace, two exposed beams, internal panelled door and three character windows with outlook over the rear garden and offering delightful far reaching views.

Bedroom Six - 5.26m x 4.98m (17'3" x 16'4" ) - Period cast-iron fireplace, two exposed beams, internal panelled door, three character windows with outlook over the rear gardens and offering delightful far reaching views.

Study Two - 3.89m x 2.74m (12'9" x 9'0" ) - Exposed stone work, two sash windows overlooking Hazelwood Road, exposed beam, built-in storage cupboard, internal panelled door and period iron fireplace.

Shower Room - 2.26m x 2.01m (7'5" x 6'7") - Corner shower cubicle with electric shower, fitted wash basin with cupboard beneath, low level w.c., cast-iron display fireplace, extractor fan, shaver point, fitted mirror, electric towel rail/radiator and internal panelled door.

Outside - 

Ivy Lodge is set in delightful, mature and very private grounds which extend to almost three quarters of an acre. The property enjoys wide shaped lawns with the main lawn having been used in times, both past and present, as a grass tennis court. The garden is generously stocked with a large variety of shrubs, David Austin roses , evergreens and trees including a particularly fine specimen of magnolia tree.

Driveway - A sweeping carriageway provides access to the main front entrance, incorporates a turning area and ample parking spaces.

Double Garage - 5.79m x 5.11m (19'0" x 16'9") - Natural stone exterior with tiled roof, concrete flooring, power, lighting, storage cupboards, electric door and water.

Courtyard Area - There is a charming rear courtyard area with raised flower beds and an appealing, decorative archway.

Built-In Garden Store Room - A useful area for storage.

Directions - THE PROPERTY IS APPROACHED OFF THE PASTURES - Leaving our Duffield Office, north along the A6, take the left hand turning into King Street and then the third left onto The Pastures. The first driveway entrance on the right hand side of The Pastures, leads to Ivy Lodge.

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