Barlow Grange and Lavender Cottage

Barlow Grange Lane, S18 7AB
Sold STC
Guide Price
£1,295,000 subject to contract

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A wonderfully spacious, Grade II listed, stone-built farmhouse together with an adjacent cottage, large barns and gardens and land extending to approximately 8.8 acres.

House Sold STC -

Distances (approximate): Chesterfield (mainline station to London St Pancras form 1 hr 50 mins)- 6 miles, Sheffield- 13 miles, Bakewell- 9 miles, Matlock (trains to Derby)- 11 miles, M1 (junction 29)- 12 miles, Manchester (international airport) 40 miles.


A well presented freehold family house with light and spacious rooms over two floors. The property is presented in good order throughout and has a wealth of original features including stone mullioned windows, beamed ceilings, oak floors and stone fireplaces. The property has an adjacent two-bedroom cottage, ideal for a dependant relative or holiday cottage. There are extensive barns ideal for car storage or stabling and the property would appeal to those with equestrian interests as it sits in approximately 8.8 acres of gardens and grazing land.

The property is approached down a driveway laid to stone setts and leading to an area of hard standing for several vehicles.

Ground floor: the front door opens into a hallway with cloaks cupboard and cloakroom/wc off. A door opens into a lovely, dual aspect sitting room with an imposing stone fireplace with inset wood burning stove, there are stairs to the first floor. A couple of steps lead up to a good-sized dining room with stone fireplace and oak floor which then leads through to the kitchen/breakfast room which has a stone flagged floor and is fitted with a good range of low-level units with wood work surfaces incorporating 1.5 bowl, single drainer stainless steel sink unit. There is a Brittania range cooker with two ovens and five gas hobs. Other appliances include and integral fridge and dishwasher.  Off the kitchen is a small office/study with fitted desk unit and shelving. A further door leads into a large utility room with tiled floor a range of units and cupboards. A Belfast sink is set into wood, work surfaces, there is plumbing and space for a washer and dryer and ample space for a fridge/freezer. The oil fired boiler is housed in an airing cupboard. There is a back door out to the parking area. To the other end of the house is the triple aspect drawing room with stone fireplace and inset wood burning Clearview stove.

First floor: large landing, with fitted cupboards, giving access to all the bedrooms. The main bedroom is a lovely, dual aspect room with a large dressing room off to one side and an ensuite bathroom with freestanding bath, large walk-in shower cubicle, hand basin set on a vanity unit with drawers below, a low level wc and heated towel rail.  The second double bedroom has good fitted cupboards and an en suite shower room. The third bedroom is also double and has a built-in desk unit and an ensuite shower room.

Lavender cottage:

Ground floor: front door opening into a sitting room with a wood floor, walk-in storage cupboard,  fireplace with inset woodburning stove and a wide arch through to the kitchen/breakfast room with a range of wall and base units and worksurfaces incorporating stainless steel sink unit, a range of appliances including electric oven and four burner gas hob, integral dishwasher and clothes washing machine. A door leads through to a useful extra room currently used as an art room with large fitted cupboard.

First floor: good sized double bedroom overlooking the driveway, second double/twin bedroom and a shower room with full suite comprising shower cubicle, hand basin and low level wc.

The barns.

Two interconnecting, substantial barns, one with a bike store and the other with two stables. Historically the property was used as a riding school so there is potential for many more stables.

The gardens and land:

Sweeping down from the driveway, mainly laid to lawn with a terraced area laid to paving. There is a large pond with wooden pontoon. At the edge of the first field are the footings to a former indoor riding school. A rough area of woodland with a stream running through it then divides the two fields, in all approx. 8.8 acres. There is a right of access over an adjoining field to the road.


Guide price: £1,295,000 subject to contract


Mains water and electricity, oil fired central heating, drainage to a private Klargester system.


Fitted carpets, standard fixtures and fittings are included in the sale.

Any fixtures and fittings not mentioned in this brochure may be available by separate negotiation.

COUNCIL TAX: Barlow Grange- band G

                                Barlow Grange Barn- band E



From the centre of Chesterfield take the A619, Markham Road, after 0.7 mile, at the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Foljambe Road, continue onto Compton Street and then West Street and Hawksley Avenue, take the B6051, Newbold Road and follow the road for approx. 1.7 miles then turn left onto Cutthorpe Road, B6050, after 2.4 miles turn right onto Barlow Grange Lane. Drive down the hill, bearing left around the corner, the house will be found on the right-hand side.


Caudwell & Co give notice that: These details have been prepared in good faith however they are not intended to constitute part of an offer of contract and should be used as a guide only. Any information contained herein whether in the text, plans or photographs should not be relied upon as being a statement or representation of fact. No person in Caudwell & Co has any authority to make or give representation or warranty on any property. Any measurement or distance referred to herein is approximate only.


All viewing is to be strictly by appointment with Edward Caudwell,  Caudwell & Co on 07766 565 893 or


Main House; Entrance hall, drawing room, dining room, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, large utility room, study, cloakroom, master bedroom with large bathroom and separate dressing room. Two further double bedroom and bathroom suites.

The Cottage; Sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, art room, two double bedrooms, shower room.


Extensive barns offering storage and stabling. Terrace. Gardens, woodland and grazing land, in all approx. 8.8 acres.

Historical Note

The property is situated within a small hamlet approximately two miles from the thriving village of Barlow with its two public houses/restaurants, the Peacock and The Tickled Trout, there is a recreation ground with football pitch and children’s play area, a church, Barlow church of England School, tea room and gift shop, beauty salon. The larger conurbation of Chesterfield is within 6 miles and has excellent shopping (including a large, thrice weekly market), recreational and transport facilities including trains to London in under two hours. Barlow Grange is a short distance from the Peak District National with its extensive array of outdoor activities including walking, cycling, climbing and fishing to name but a few. There are any many places of cultural and historical interest nearby including Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Hardwick and many others.

Property Features
  • House
  • 5 bed
  • 4 bath
  • Built 1620
  • Land is 8.80 acres
  • Floor Area is 6,200 sqft
  • Type
    Area (and surrounding)
    No of Bedrooms

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