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Could this Georgian farmhouse be your dream countryside home?

A Georgian farmhouse in desirable Kirk Langley is expected to draw private buyers and property developers to the next SDL Auction Graham Penny Derby auction this month.

Surrounded by beautiful rural countryside, Hall Farm, Flagshaw Lane, Kirk Langley, which has a *guide price of £380,000+, sits in half an acre of grounds next to Chevin Homes’ high quality Hall Farm barn conversion development.

Robert Stone, head of auctions East Midlands at SDL Auctions Graham Penny, believes the farmhouse will attract a great deal of interest from bidders when it is sold at Pride Park Stadium on Thursday 25 July.

He said: “It is not often that a Georgian farmhouse such as this comes to the market so this is a rare chance to snap one up. It’s your classic design which is incredibly pleasing to look at and requires some modernisation, so it would make a rewarding project for the new owner, who can put their own stamp on the property.”

The farmhouse offers spacious accommodation, with the ground floor featuring a reception hall, three reception rooms, a large walk-in pantry, breakfast kitchen, utility room and store, which has access to the cellar.

The first floor has four bedrooms and the family bathroom, and the attic has four further rooms which could be converted into bedrooms and bathrooms.

Outside there is a large attached garage and driveway providing parking. At the rear of the property is a generous courtyard. The large garden and paddock are at the front of the property, which sits sideways to the lane.

Kirk Langley is one of the most desirable villages in Derbyshire, thanks to its rural location within the catchment area for the highly-regarded Ecclesbourne School and its proximity to Derby and Ashbourne via the A52, which is just a two-minute drive from the property.

Robert added: “The location of this farmhouse couldn’t be better, with fantastic views over the surrounding countryside and excellent road links. It has privacy without being isolated; there’s enough space that you can get lost in your own little world but the barn conversion development next door provides the type of close-knit community which can prove so valuable in the countryside.”

Kirk Langley village has a primary school and a pub, The Bluebell Inn. There are several other rural pubs and restaurants in the area, and the National Trust-owned Kedleston Hall is around 10 minutes away by car. Derby city centre – with its supermarkets, shopping, cinemas, theatre and restaurants – is just a 15-minute drive, while Ashbourne is less than 20 minutes’ away.

Hall Farm will be sold at Pride Park Stadium in SDL Auctions Graham Penny’s fourth Derby auction of the year on Thursday 25 July with a guide price of £380,000+.

The property features in the latest catalogue from SDL Auctions Graham Penny, which includes 56 lots due to go under the hammer at the Derby auction and a further 12 properties which are being sold via online auction. To find out more about any of the properties, or for details of bidding online, by phone or by proxy, click here or call the team on 01332 242 880.