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National Trust Cottages, Derby, Derbyshire

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Kedleston Hall


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This 19th-century brick built house is situated in an idyllic position on the edge of Kedleston Park, with glimpses of the main hall through the trees and views across the park. Originally built as the estate office, this lovely house provides a secluded spot from which to explore Kedleston and the surrounding countryside. It provides luxurious accommodation and access 'out of hours' into the main park.

Entrance hall, sitting room with open fire, dining room, utility room and kitchen.

Three bedrooms (2 double, both with 5' beds, 1 with en-suite bathroom and 1 twin), bathroom with shower over bath and separate lavatory.

Visitor Notes
Oil central heating included. Large garden area laid to lawn with views over parkland and a small seating area to the front of the cottage. There is access to Kedleston Park from the front garden. Parking is available at the side of the cottage for three cars.

Accommodates 6 + cot


Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: House
Nearest Major Town: Derby
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