White Lodge Farm, Breck Lane, Barrow Hill, Chesterfield

Price: Price on Application


  • Substantial farmhouse
  • Many Period and original features
  • 2 Cottages
  • Range of farm buildings
  • Site extends to 1.40 acres

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A substantial farmhouse with many period and original features, together with 2 cottages and a range of farm buildings that lend themselves to alternative uses (subject to obtaining the necessary consents). The site extends to 1.40 acres (0.565 hectares).


White Lodge Farm is situated off Breck Lane which lies to the north of the village of Barrow Hill, and to the north west of the town of Staveley.

It also lies approximately 4 ½ miles to the north east of the town of Chesterfield and is clearly identified on the attached location plan.


The sale of the property offers an opportunity to purchase a substantial former farmhouse with two cottages, all needing some refurbishment, together with a range of farm buildings that themselves offer development opportunities subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents.

The site extends to circa 1.40 acres (0.565 hectares). A plan of the property is attached.


The farmhouse is believed to date back to the 18th Century and is constructed of brick under a tiled roof. It has many interesting features with mullioned and sash windows on external elevations, and many fine traditional internal features.

The property is in need of some modernisation, but offers the following accommodation:

• Hallway, with stairs to first floor

• Reception 1 – 4.80m x 4.70m

• Reception 2 – 4.72m x 4.72m

• Bathroom – 4.63m x 2.68m

• Rear Hall with access to cellars

• Kitchen – 5.46m x 4.74m with stairs to first floor

• Pantry 1

• Pantry 2

• Back Kitchen – 4.86m x 4.23m with further staircase to first floor

And on the first floor:

• Bedroom 1 – 4.88m x 4.54m

• Bedroom 2 – 4.88m x 3.98m

• Bedroom 3 – 4.89m x 3.77m

• Bedroom 4 – 4.74m x 2.73m

• Bedroom 5 – 4.51m x 4.74m

• Bedroom 6 with en-suite – 5.56m x 4.78m

• Bedroom 7 – 3.46m x 2.45m

• Bathroom with bath and hand basin

Farmhouse Continued

And on the second floor:

• Attic Space – 11.42m x 4.82m

The cottages are attached to each other, constructed of brick under a pan tile roof and adjoin the traditional farm buildings. They offer the following accommodation:

Cottage 1

• Room 1 - 4.57m x 3.38 with stairs to first floor

• Room 2 – 5.20m x 2.45m

And on the first floor:

• Room 1 – 4.57m x 3.38m

• Room 2 – 5.20m x 2.45m

Cottage 2

• Room 1 – 4.87m x 3.38m

• Room 2 – 4.28m x 2.49m with stairs to first floor

And on the first floor:

• Room 1 – 4.87m x 3.38m

• Room 2 – 4.28m x 2.49m

Farm Buildings

The buildings, which are considered to have potential for alternative uses, include a single storey range constructed of stone under a slate and profile roof and once believed to have once been an old school (19.70m x 4.38m). Towards the top of the yard and adjoining the cottages can be found a cart shed (12.20m x 6.62m) whilst two storey barns (16.90m x 6.57m and 32.50m x 6.60m). Planning consent is currently being applied for the conversion of these barns.

The remaining buildings are more modern in nature and offer useful covered storage space (23.60m x 18.10m and 23.60m x 6.40m and 19.56m x 20.40m).


Strictly by appointment only.

Council Tax and Local Authority

The farmhouse has a Council Tax Band of F. The local planning authority is Chesterfield Borough Council.

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We understand that mains water and electric are connected.


The property is offered with immediate vacant possession.

Rights of Way, Wayleaves & 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.

Agents Note

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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White Lodge Farm, Breck Lane, Barrow Hill, Chesterfield

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White Lodge Farm, Breck Lane, Barrow Hill, Chesterfield

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