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Perched on a hilltop in the beautiful Peak District National Park, with breathtaking panoramic views across Hope Valley, Paradise Farm certainly lives up to its name. Boasting plenty of original features, the humble stone farmhouse would have captured the imagination of any young family in search of a home, but for Lis the property had a deep-rooted connection which made it the perfect choice.

‘Having been born in the farmhouse and brought up on the farm, there was a sense of history and

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