Bungalow and Barn, Lane Head Farm, Alderwasley, Belper

Price: Guide Price £575,000


  • Three-bedroom detached bungalow with agricultural occupancy condition
  • Barn with approval for a three-bedroom dwelling sat in 1.02 acres of land.
  • As a whole - Guide Price: £575,000
  • Guide Price Lot 1: £275,000
  • Guide Price Lot 2: £300,000

Full details

Three-bedroom detached bungalow with agricultural occupancy condition and a barn with approval for a three-bedroom dwelling sat in 1.02 acres of land.

Available in two lots or as a whole.


The bungalow and barn at Lane Head Farm is situated on the outskirts of the rural village Alderwasley, Wirksworth. The holding lies 1.5 miles south east of Wirksworth and 3.5 miles north west of Ambergate. The holding lies adjacent to Lane Head Farm and offers unique, scenic views across Alderwasley. The holding lies off Wirksworth Road, just south off the B5035. The nearby town of Wirksworth has many services including a post office, medical centre, leisure centre, junior school and grocery store and falls within the Anthony Gell School catchment area (received a 2018 Ofsted rating as ‘good’).

Bungalow (Lot 1)

The property comprises a detached three-bedroom stone built modern bungalow with large dining kitchen, lounge, bathroom and good-sized garden. The property is subject to an agricultural occupancy condition. The internal accommodation is spacious, modern and well furnished. The property offers fantastic views and a large area for parking. The property includes a small parcel of land which overlooks the surrounding agricultural land offering far reaching views in a unique rural location. The dwelling extends to 0.46 acres.

Barn (Lot 2)

The property currently comprises a three-bay steel portal frame farm building with concrete floor, Yorkshire boarding and corrugated cement fibre sheet roof and cladding. The property has prior approval for a three-bedroom dwelling located in a wonderful elevated position, offering the prospect of a unique home. For further details please refer to the approved planning consent (Ref: PDR-2018-0019). A separate access has been applied for and is awaiting approval. The barn is sat in approximately 1.02 acres of surrounding grassland which is included in the sale. The property offers amazing views in a unique rural location. The barn has a gross external area of 10.9m x 12m.

The holding is available in two lots (as shown on the plan) or as a whole.

Tenure and Possession

The property is offered freehold with vacant possession granted upon completion.


The bungalow has mains electricity and mains water as well as oil fired heating and a solid fuel wood burner in the lounge.

An easement will be granted for the benefit of Lot 2 to allow the necessary connections to main services from the Lot 1.

Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements

The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, wayleaves and easements that may exist, whether or not they are defined in these particulars.

Timber, Mineral and Sporting Rights

The mineral rights are assumed to be in hand and any value attributable to them has been included within the valuation.

Local Planning Authority

Amber Valley Borough Council, Town Hall, Ripley, Derbyshire, DE5 3BT

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EPC Rating



Strictly by appointment only through the sole agents Bakewell Office or email


From Belper, take the B6013 to Swinney Lane, take Cemetery Road to Matlock Road, turn right onto Matlock Road/A6, turn left onto Holly Lane which then becomes Jackass Lane, turn right at Sandhall Lane, continue onto Wirksworth Road and take the second right to the property.

Vendor's Solicitor

Nigel Davis, 3-4 Spire House, Waterside Park, Ashbourne, DE6 1D

Method of Sale

The property is offered by Private Treaty.

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Bungalow and Barn, Lane Head Farm, Alderwasley, Belper

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