Daisy Bank, which is being marketed by Fine and Country, is situated on a private garden on Trinity Passage, next to Trinity Church.
The five-bedroom property is one of the last remaining homes of this size in the centre of Buxton to not have been subdivided and has been renovated by the owners to maintain much of the original character, while adding modern touches to create a luxurious family home.
It has been designed to include adult only areas, children's play areas, a private office space and separate guest accommodation if required.
As well as the original antique Minton ceramic floor and a reconstructed wooden staircase in the entrance hall, there is also a log burner and light installation which can be seen all the way up through the middle of the house.
A bespoke stained-glass window sits above the door, and the property also features a sunbathed formal lounge, a formal dining room which is currently being used as a playroom, and a spacious dining kitchen. Bi-fold doors open onto the terrace for outdoor dining.
The cellar has been converted into a home office, but could also be used as a playroom, cinema, worksop or wine cellar.
Daisy Bank features a family reading nook on the large landing, two bedrooms on the first floor as well as a full family bathroom and a large master suite with separate bathroom and a walk-in wardrobe.
Two further bedrooms and a generous bathroom are also available on the third floor, which is secluded enough to be used as a guest suite.
A worksop/garage is also located on the grounds, and there is parking for six vehicles.