Parsley Hay Telephone Repeater Station, Parsley Hay, Biggin, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 0DG

vacant former BT property approximately 161.39 sq m (1,737 sq ft) on a site of approximately 0.13 hectares (0.32 acres) situated in the Peak District National Park with planning consent for change of use to a holiday let


The property is located adjacent to the A515 in a scenic rural location, within the Peak District National Park approximately 8 miles south of Buxton.


Vacant former BT property.


We detail below the following approximate measurements: 
Gross Internal Area:  161.39 sq m  (1,737 sq ft) 
The plans that have been approved provide for the following: 
Ground Floor:  Living/Dining Area, Kitchen, Three bedrooms,  
  Bathroom, WC and Utility Room. 
First Floor:  Two En-suite Bedrooms. 


Currently parking and grassed area enclosed by a stone wall.

Site Area

Approximately 0.13 hectares (0.32 acres).




Planning permission for conversion to a five bedroom holiday let was granted on 11th October 2013 (Application Number: NP/DDD/0571). Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office Peak District National Park Authority, Aldern House, Baslow Road, Bakewell, DE45 1AE. Tel: 01629 816200.


VAT at the prevailing rate is payable in addition to the gavel price.


Blake Morgan, New Kings Court, Tollgate, Chandler's Ford, Eastleigh, Hampshire, SO53 3LG.
Tel: 023 8063 1823. Fax: 0844 620 3401. E-mail:
Contact: Ms Gemma Smith.

Joint Agent

Frank Marshall & Co, 8 The Quadrant, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 6AW.
Tel: 01298 23038.
Contact: Mr Andrew Dippnall.


Solicitors details Blake Morgan. The sale transfer will be of both a long leasehold interest and a freehold reversion that upon registration of those transfers to the purchaser will extinguish the lease leaving the purchaser with a freehold title. Please refer to the explanatory guidance note in the legal pack. The Seller will insure the Premises until the Actual Completion Date.

* Guide Prices and Reserves

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