Padley Hall Derbyshire
Padley Hall is a handsome 16th century manor house, located in the heart of Derbyshire. It has been extensively and sympathetically restored and contains many furnishings of the period.
The property offers a wealth of original distinctive features, with beams and mullion windows throughout. There are 3 ground floor reception rooms: the parlour, the dining room and the hall – all of which have open fireplaces. Upstairs there are five bedrooms (all beamed), three bathrooms and a solar room – all reached via the main staircase (or a separate back staircase).
To the rear of the property is a 19th century extension which includes the kitchen, dairy and a wine cellar.
The hall is surrounded by approximately 13 acres of open farmland. The immediate front garden is landscaped with a lawn. There is also a restored summer house at the front of the property. At the rear is a herb garden, vegetable patch and large open-faced barn.
The property is easily accessible from the main road and there is ample parking space. The barn offers a further useful space to store equipment.