Priestcliffe House comprises a Victorian nine-bedroom residential dwelling, which dates back circa 150 years and has been extensively renovated by the current owners, with elegant design features creating a beautiful, stylish, modern property. The property is of traditional construction over three floors plus, has the added benefit of a vaulted cellar which is now a fabulous games room, with exposed stone elevation beneath a pitched slate covered roof. Set within a large south facing garden, there is also the added benefit of a three-bedroom annexe. Currently, the house is run as an exclusive, profitable holiday let.

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Upon entering the property, you are instantly greeted by the elegant interior design of the renovation which has been carried out sympathetically to showcase the original Victorian features such as the exquisite cornicing. Located off the main hallway is the stunning bespoke shaker style kitchen, with integrated appliances and center island with breakfast area. The kitchen leads into a large dining area that has enough room to have a 20-seater dining table.

On the ground floor, there is a very useful bedroom with large bay window, original rare Ashford Black Marble fireplace and an ensuite with shower.

To the end of the tiled hallway is the spacious formal reception room that also boasts an original rare Ashford Black Marble fireplace and lovely far reaching views of the Peak District from the impressive bay windows. The ground floor also boasts a w/c.

lower ground floor

To the lower ground floor there is a converted vaulted cellar with exposed brick and underfloor heating, which is currently used as a games room. This is adjacent to the plant room and a small utility area with direct garden access.


The grand original solid wood staircase leads up to first floor, which benefits from five double bedrooms, all of which have ensuite shower rooms. Each bedroom flaunts feature wallpapers, coordinating soft furnishings and large windows that allow plenty of natural night to enter the rooms. The abundance of original features continues with original doors and handles.


The second floor boasts three ensuite bedrooms and a large playroom / TV room.

to the outside

The property has an attractive landscaped and planted patio area, as well as a sloping lawned garden with views over the vast countryside. The extensive gardens are largely south facing, which enable you to enjoy the sun virtually all day. There are ample car parking spaces on the property.

barn conversion

At the bottom of the garden is a beautiful three-bedroom barn conversion with breakfast kitchen area, a large reception room with log burner and vaulted ceiling, a family bathroom and three bedrooms, of which one has an ensuite.


The countryside surrounding Priestcliffe House offers superb opportunities for recreational pursuits, including adventure, walking, caving, cycling, fishing and climbing. Nearby points of interest include Monsal Head, the River Wye valley, The Monsal Trail and Chatsworth House. Slightly further afield are the Blue John Caverns, The Tissington and High Peak Trails, Dovedale and Haddon Hall, all within an easy drive.

Located close to the A6 main route between Buxton and Bakewell, the property benefits from easy access from many arterial routes. The ancient market towns of Bakewell and Buxton are minutes away offering restaurants, cafes, pubs, quality shopping, cinema, theatre and museums


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