The spectacular property on Holme Lane, Bakewell, has a guide price of £3,750,000.
Retaining many of its period features, Holme Hall has oak panelling, stone mullioned windows, limestone and original oak flooring, beamed ceilings and exposed beams to the upper floor.
The accommodation includes a drawing room, dining room, family room, cinema and games room. The master bedroom is large enough to accommodate a sitting room area and has two dressing rooms and a bathroom.
A banqueting house, a prospect house and terraced gardens are contained within the grounds.
There are wine cellars and a mirror pond at the property which is approached via a tree-lined drive.
Holme Hall has an extensive history which is detailed on the Zoopla property website.
Incorporating an earlier Tudor house in its north wing and retaining a medieval doorway, the main part of the current house was built in 1626-28 by Bernard Wells based on Robert Smythson’s design for small Italianate villas.
One of its former residents William Gisborne, who was born at Holme Hall, became colonial secretary of New Zealand and had a city named after him.
For further details, contact the agent Caudwell & Co, tel. 01629 347109.