Savills | Chapel-En-Le-Frith, High Peak, Derbyshire, SK23 0QS | New homes for sale
3,328 to 3,328 sq ft(309.18 to 309.18 sq m)
Offers over £275,000

Chapel-En-Le-FrithHigh Peak, Derbyshire, SK23 0QS

  • New development

Key features

  • Planning permission for Eco House
  • Barn for conversion, currently classrooms
  • Grade II listed house with ancillary annex building
  • About 1.75 acres
  • Up to 27 acres of land available separately

Fantastic development opportunity with planning permission for an Eco House, a barn conversion and a pretty three bedroomed Grade II listed cottage with an Annex building. About 1.75 acres.

About this property

  • The sale of the Chestnut Centre presents a rare opportunity to acquire a site with planning permission (Ref: NP/HPK/0420/0301) for a 3328 sq ft Eco House, a stone built barn with planning permission for a three bedroom, two bathroom house and a Grade II listed stone house with a separate annex.

    Set within about 1.75 acres the properties enjoy fantastic rural views within a wooded and private enclave and a further 25 acres or thereabouts of parkland may be available by separate negotiation.

    Recently used as classrooms for The Chestnut Centre the barn has already undergone considerable upgrading from its farming origins and presents the opportunity to create a lovely home in a superb rural yet not isolated setting.

    The property has services connected and lies behind a cobbled courtyard area. The gardens and parking area will lie to the front and side creating a private and self-contained space.

    Chestnut Farm is a Grade II listed house requiring general updating and improvement to the main house and the stone built annex provides ancillary accommodation.

    The property includes some lovely period features including sash windows with panelled reveals, a lovely built in cupboard desk and a stone mantled fireplace to the living room. The front door opens to a hall with a turning staircase and steps down to a barrel vaulted cellar, two reception rooms and a rear store room.

    The kitchen and bathroom are likely to need complete refurbishment and there is no central heating currently.

    The annex has been used as an office historically with storage rooms but has planning permission to create an ancillary one bedroomed cottage including a ground floor dining kitchen, a living room, a first floor bedroom and an en suite shower room.

    The gardens are very manageable extending to the side and rear with an area between the house and the annex.

    Mains water and Electricity are available at the property. There is septic tank drainage to two of the properties which may require upgrading to meet current regulations.

A really rare opportunity to develop an eco house with glorious views in the Peak District National Park. The barn has planning, was previously classrooms and the Grade II cottage has a separate annex building.

Mark HoldenProperty agent

Local information

  • Set in the foothills of the Peak District National Park, this stone built barn is well placed for access to the amazing Peak District countryside, outdoor pursuits and for those who simply enjoy wonderful views.
  • The thriving town of Chapel en le Frith, often referred to as the gateway to the National Park is about 1.5 miles away and has a number of specialist shops, services, well regarded schools and Morrisons and Co-op supermarkets.
  • For commuters the A6 is less than 1 mile away giving access to Stockport, Manchester and the cultural centre of Buxton about 6.5 miles. Sheffield and Manchester are equidistant at about 22 miles.
  • Please note all times and distances are approximate.