Listed north Derbyshire building offering 'outstanding restoration opportunity' to go under the hammer
A piece of Derbyshire history could be yours when a listed building goes under the hammer.
The stone-built, mid-19th Century lodge was Grade II listed in 1989.
It comprises an entrance hall, sitting room, living room, kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom, as well as mature gardens with driveway, garage and rear store/utility room, with “excellent potential offered”.
Conditional planning permission was granted by Bolsover Council last month for an extension to the property, to provide two bedrooms, a bathroom, lounge area, living room, kitchen and utility room/WC.
The auction house says: “This is an outstanding restoration opportunity.”
It is one of more than 30 lots going under the hammer at a property auction on Tuesday, July 13, and has a guide price of £200,000.