Back to search

5 bedroom manor house for sale

Sheen, Nr Hartington, Staffordshire/Derbyshire Border


  5 bedrooms

  3 bathrooms

  4 receptions

Key Features

  • Splendid 17th century Grade II listed manor house
  • Staffordshire/Derbyshire border with breathtaking views of Dove Valley
  • Meticulously refurbished & upgraded, blending original character with modern design
  • 5 reception rooms, 5 bedrooms, two ensuites & family bathroom
  • Dining kitchen, utility & boot room
  • Original features inc stone fireplaces, mullion windows & exposed beams
  • Cellar, stone outbuilding, lean-to greenhouse & double garage
  • Planning permission for triple garage & store
  • Well-maintained lawns, flower borders, mature trees, stone pathways, sun terrace
  • Outstanding views


Nestled graciously on the Staffordshire/Derbyshire border, within the heart of the picturesque Peak District, Beresford Manor stands as a magnificent Grade II Listed residence. Having five bedrooms, two en suites and five reception rooms.

Nestled graciously on the Staffordshire/Derbyshire border, within the heart of the picturesque Peak District, Beresford Manor stands as a magnificent Grade II Listed residence. Its commanding position offers an enchanting view of the Dove Valley and is situated close to local landmarks such as Beresford Dale and Wolfscote Hill, approximately a mile away.

This distinguished manor, dating back to the 17th century, boasts later 19th-century extensions and has been meticulously refurbished and upgraded by its current owners, while benefiting from being situated on a plot of approximately 0.5 acres. The property is a fine example of blending original character features and charm, with a modern interior. Internally, briefly comprises entrance hallway, guest cloakroom, study, sitting room, dining kitchen, utility room, boot room, dining room and drawing room. To the first floor is a master bedroom with ensuite, a second bedroom with ensuite, three further bedrooms and family bathroom.

Hartington is located around 1.5 miles away having good local facilities, with Ashbourne and Buxton around 12 miles away.

The entrance hallway has tile flooring, radiator and doors off to the study, guest cloakroom, useful storage cupboard and sitting room.

The guest cloakroom has a continuation of the tile flooring, having a pedestal wash hand basin with hot and cold chrome taps, low level WC, wooden sash window to front and radiator.

Moving into the study, having a radiator and wooden sash window to front. The sitting room has the original open stone fireplace with stone hearth with bookshelves, radiator, stone mullion windows to front, staircase to the first floor with useful understairs storage cupboard and doors off to the dining room, kitchen and rear garden.

Walking into the dining kitchen, the kitchen area has quartz preparation surfaces with inset double Belfast ceramic sink with mixer tap over and upstand surround, a range of cupboards and drawers beneath with integrated dishwasher, an aga range cooker with extractor fan over and stone mullion windows. In the dining area is a continuation of the kitchen units and preparation surfaces, radiator, mullion windows, wooden door to rear garden and stunning original stone fireplace with burning stove. An opening leads to the utility room, with preparation surfaces, inset double Belfast ceramic sink with mixer tap over and tile splash back, a range of cupboards and drawers beneath with appliance space and plumbing for a washing machine, sash windows in wooden frames to side and wooden door leading to the boot room.

The dining room has a bay window with shutters to the sash windows, exposed beam, recess with display shelving, burner with stone hearth and wooden door opening into a useful walk in storeroom.

Undoubtedly one of the most striking rooms is the drawing room, with oak flooring, a bay window with sash windows and shutters and a further window with shutters overlooking the valley. There is a large stone fireplace with burner.

On the first floor landing there are doors off to the bedrooms and family bathroom. The master bedroom has a bay window to rear with wooden sash windows enjoying excellent views. Beautifully fitted wardrobes provide ample storage and hanging space with a separate additional storage cupboard. Arched wooden French doors open into the ensuite which is fitted with a wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap over and vanity base drawers beneath, low level wall hung WC, radiator with towel rail and roll top bath with chrome mixer tap over and handheld shower head. A wooden sash window overlooks the front.

The second bedroom has original wooden flooring, built in storage cupboards and wardrobes, loft hatch access and mullion window to rear with seating area. A door opens into the ensuite wet room, with wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap over, low level wall hung WC and chrome mains waterfall and handheld shower. There are also two separate storage cupboards providing ample storage options.

The third and fourth bedrooms both have useful fitted wardrobe cupboards, loft hatch access and stone mullion windows to rear.

Accessed via a separate galleried landing the fifth bedroom and bathroom offer the potential to be utilised as a guest suite. The fifth bedroom has a wooden window to front and a loft hatch access. The family bathroom has a wash hand basin and mixer tap over, with vanity base cupboard beneath, wall hung low level WC, double shower with chrome main waterfall shower and handheld shower, roll top bath with chrome mixer tap over with handheld shower. There is a wooden sash window to front and also a roof window.

Outside, there is a useful cellar under part of the main house with external stairs.

The property is approached by a sweeping driveway, leading to a large parking area for multiple vehicles. The double garage, measuring 4.86m x 5.17m, has power and lighting, up and over door and external electric car charging point. Planning permission has been granted for a triple garage & store (plans available upon request).

To the rear of the property is a large patio seating area with herbaceous borders, giving way to the principal lawn with mature trees and stone flagged paths. Positioned across the garden are various seating areas which take advantage of the breathtaking countryside views. There is also a useful stone outbuilding, which can be used as a workshop, gardeners store or log store. Furthermore, there is a lean-to greenhouse/ potting shed.

Directional Notes
From Hartington take the B5054 west for about 1 mile towards Hulme End and Warslow passing over the River Dove and take the first turning right towards Sheen. After about 1/3 mile turn right onto a private road for Banktop and Beresford Manor and proceed down the hill and bear left, where signposted, and follow this private drive to the Beresford Manor.

To view this magnificent manor house, please contact John German Ashbourne office.

Tenure: Freehold (purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to the tenure via their legal representative).
Services: Oil fired central heating. Septic tank drainage. Mains water and electricity are believed to be connected to the property but purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to their suitability.
Useful Websites:
Our Ref: JGA/14092023
Local Authority/Tax Band: Staffordshire Moorlands District Council / Tax Band G

Back to search

Property EPC 1
Property EPC 2
Property EPC 3

Ashbourne Branch

T: 01335 340730
Compton House,
8 Shaw Croft Centre,
Dig Street, Ashbourne,

View branch Request a viewing

Use one of our handy calculators

Share this property

Selling or letting your home?

Talk to us about selling or letting your current home by booking a free valuation today.

Book a valuation

Call today on: 01335 340730