The average house price in England, according to the latest UK house price index, for February 2021, is £268,291, while in Derbyshire it is £200,766, up 11.2 per cent on February 2020, when it was £180,584.
The average price in Chesterfield is £175,672, up 9.9 per cent on February 2020, when it was £159,830, while in Bolsover it is £148,834, in North East Derbyshire it is £219,482 and in Derbyshire Dales it is £293,736.
These are some of the most expensive homes on the market in north Derbyshire right now, according to property website Zoopla.
Tom Parker, Zoopla consumer spokesman said: “Chesterfield has some stunning homes for sale for those with deep enough pockets, many with stunning views over the rolling countryside and spacious interiors.”
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1. Northedge Hall, Northedge, Ashover
This unique barn complex in a rural tranquil location set in about 20 acres of paddocks and gardens at the end of a private drive and including a one-bedroom annexe ison the market for £1.75 million with Sally Botham Estates.
2. Highoredish, Ashover
This stunning four-five-bedroom, stone-built farmhouse is nestled in a beautiful rural location with wonderful far-reaching views over Ashover Hills and Ogston Reservoir. It is on themarket for a guide price of £1.5 million with Strike.
3. Birley Grange Farm, Birley, Cutthorpe
Offfers of more than £1.3 million are invited for this six-bedroom, detached farmhouse conversion, complete with separate two-bedroom holiday cottage and equestrian facilities. It is on the market with Redbrik Estate Agents.
4. Harewood Road, Holymoorside
This extended, four-bedroom detached bungalow sits on a three-acre plot and boasts huge potential. It is on the market for offers in the region of £800,000 with Wilkins Vardy.