Manor Farm, Long Duckmanton, is thought to be the birthplace of the Reverend Thomas Stanley, rector of Eyam from 1644-61 – and one of the key figures who decided no-one should leave the Peak District village when it was struck by the plague in 1666.
Estate agent Yopa, which is marketing the Grade II-listed Chesterfield Road property, said: “This property needs no introduction of grandeur as its impressive and imposing standing does this for itself.
“The current homeowners really have taken their time to lovingly restore this beautiful family home. There is an eloquent balance of modern and contemporary living and lifestyle with unmistaken quality throughout yet the character charm, history and ambience are evident throughout.”
Highlights include five large bedrooms, a boot room and vestibule entrance, modern kitchen/breakfast room and sitting room with wood burning stove.
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5. Sitting room
The focal point to the room is the cast-iron wood-burning stove sat on a Stoke Hall Sandstone hearth and surround.
6. Kitchen/breakfast room
There are additional larder floor to ceiling units that house a built-in eye-level double oven and grill, with tilt and slide door front. The whole room is finished off with matching tiled floor and surround.
7. Kitchen/breakfast room
Original exposed wooden ceiling beams, fitted with a bespoke range of high-quality base and eye level units with fitted contrasting worktop space and breakfast bar.
8. Kitchen/breakfast room
Fitted induction hob with pull out extractor hood over and downlighting with additional unit downlighting, plug points with USB ports.