Hillside Cottage, 16 Church Lane, North Wingfield, Chesterfield

Price: Guide Price £499,000


  • Semi rural setting
  • Excellent transport links
  • A beautifully modernised family home
  • Three double bedrooms
  • Garages
  • American style stable barn
  • Outbuildings/Stables
  • Parking for multiple vehicles
  • Grass Paddock & Orchard area

Full details

A lovely equestrian property with a traditional three bedroom house which has been modernised, together with a range of outbuildings, a modern American style stable barn with four stables and a grass paddock, all extending to approx. 2.25 acres (0.92 ha).


16 Church Lane is located in a semi-rural setting with views over adjoining countryside. The property is in very easy reach of nearby towns and cities and has excellent transport links. The property is located on the edge of the village where basic amenities can be found including a primary school, public houses, Fish and Chip shop and a Church. A more comprehensive range of facilities can be found in the nearby market towns of Clay Cross (1.5 miles), Alfreton (7.25 miles) and Chesterfield (5 miles) and in the cities of Derby (22 miles) and Nottingham (22 miles). The A61 is easily accessed from the property which in turn gives excellent access to neighbouring towns and cities and also the M1 Motorway, junction 29 being only 3.5 miles away.


The property offers an opportunity to acquire a traditional family home with fantastic equestrian and smallholding facilities. The stone house has been modernised to a high standard which has resulted in an excellent family home. A real feature is the beautifully appointed kitchen. The accommodation is modern yet characterful and presented to a very high standard having countryside or garden views. Externally the property has so much to offer including a large garage and further stables near to the house and a large American style stable barn together with a yard area and grazing land.

Viewing is highly advised to appreciate everything the property has to offer.


We understand from the vendors that the farmhouse originally dates back to the 18th Century and is one of the oldest properties in the village. The property has been occupied by the vendor’s for 32 years and has been modernised during this time. The property has not been on the market for some time and similar opportunities are few and far between.


From junction 29 on the M1 motorway, head south west on the A6175 towards Holmewood. Continue to the roundabout and take the second exit, following the A6175 Heath Road to the next roundabout. Again, take the second exit onto the A6175 Williamthorpe Road towards North Wingfield. Continue forward, past the petrol station and then The Gate Inn public house and the opposite St Lawrence’s Church, turn left onto Church Lane as the road bends to the right. Once on Church Lane, the property is the first property on the right hand side.


Entrance Hall


3' 11'' x 3' 7'' (1.20m x 1.09m)

With a WC, wash hand basin, window to the front and radiator.

Breakfast Kitchen

11' 1'' x 13' 3'' (3.37m x 4.05m)

With wooden floor and wall units, a wooden central island breakfast bar, a belfast sink and drainer, an facon electric range cooker with a five ring gas hob and extractor over, space for a large american fridge freezer, exposed ceiling beams, dual aspect windows, tiled flooring, two central heating radiators, a door leading into the inner lobby and partially open to the Dining Room.

Dining Room

12' 8'' x 13' 3'' (3.87m x 4.05m)

With a rear entrance door together with a dual aspect windows overlooking farmland, two central heating radiators, wooden parka flooring, partially open into the kitchen with a feature open fireplace, a door into the Sitting Room.

Sitting Room

12' 8'' x 13' 1'' (3.87m x 4.00m)

With dual aspect windows to the front and side, a feature fireplace with a stone mantel and hearth with a log burner, two central heating radiators, exposed ceiling beams and parka wooden flooring.

Inner Lobby leading from the Breakfast Kitchen

Utility Room

3' 8'' x 6' 3'' (1.11m x 1.90m)

With a window to the front, tiled flooring, plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher with worktop above.

Ground Floor Bathroom

7' 1'' x 6' 9'' (2.16m x 2.05m)

An excellent modern three piece suite comprising a WC, a feature wash hand basin, a large shower cubicle/ wet room, central heating towel radiator, a window to the side, tiled floor and fully tiled walls.

First Floor Landing

Rising from the entrance hall:

Bedroom One

11' 1'' x 13' 3'' (3.37m x 4.05m)

A double bedroom with a window to the front with far reaching views, central heating radiator and a door into:

En-suite Toilet

With a WC and wash hand basin, window to the front and a storage area.

Bedroom Two

12' 8'' x 13' 1'' (3.87m x 4.00m)

A double bedroom with a to the front and a central heating radiator.

Bedroom Three

8' 9'' x 13' 3'' (2.67m x 4.05m)

A double bedroom with a window to the rear and central heating radiator.


The property has a pretty garden to the front which is mainly down to lawn, with a patio area excellent for outside dining. The site has recently been landscaped with a lower level garden to the side of the house.


The property is accessed off Church Lane with a wide entrance, leading to parking for multiple vehicles by the house and garage. The equestrian facilities are accessed from the main entrance down a stone drive leading to the large yard area and then onto the grass paddock.


Garage and Oil Tank Store

12' 0'' x 15' 8'' (3.66m x 4.78m)

A stone built mono pitched building with wooden twin opening doors, with electric, lighting and water. To the side of the garage is a store housing the oil tank.

Adjoining Stables/Garage

28' 0'' x 16' 2'' (8.53m x 4.92m)

Attached to the garage, internally separate into two large stables but could be made back into a large garage concrete flooring, large twin opening doors, electric and lighting.

American Barn Stabling Shed

49' 0'' x 38' 0'' (14.94m x 11.58m)

A two bay steel portal framed building, internally separated with four large stables, The remainder of the building is suitable for storage of a horse trailer/lorry and hay/straw. The building has electric, lighting and water outside.

Brick Built Stores

10' 7'' x 14' 10'' (3.23m x 4.52m) and 10' 7'' x 8' 6'' (3.23m x 2.60m)

A brick built mono pitch building internally separated into two loose boxes with concrete flooring, previously used for storage and a former stable.

Yard Area

In front of the American barn is a large yard area excellent for storing vehicles etc or as a winter turn out area.


The land is down to grass with all suitable for grazing and mowing, accessed from the yard measuring approx. 1.55 acres. There is a further fenced off area, where the vendors have created an orchard with a mixture of fruit trees.

General Information


The property has the benefit of mains electricity, water, gas and waste. The central heating and hot water are provided by an oil-fired boiler which is situated in the under stairs storage.

Fixtures and Fittings

Only those referred to in these particulars are included in the sale.

Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements

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

Tenure and Possession

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

Timber, Mineral and Sporting Rights

We understand these to be included in the sale as far as they exist.

Overage Clause

Any development outside of agricultural or equestrian will be subject to an overage clause for a period of 20 years at 20% on the increase in value realised from the planning permission.

Local Authority

North East Derbyshire District Council

2013 Mill Lane




S42 6NG

EPC Rating


Council Tax

Band D


Strictly by appointment through the selling agents Bagshaws at the Bakewell Office

Method of Sale

The property is for sale by private treaty.

Agents Notes

Bagshaws LLP have made every reasonable effort to ensure these details offer an accurate and fair description of the property but give notice that all measurements, distances and areas referred to are approximate and based on information available at the time of printing. These details are for guidance only and do not constitute part of the contract for sale. Bagshaws LLP and their employees are not authorised to give any warranties or representations in relation to the sale.

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