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Discover houses for sale in Bolsover

With a rich coal mining history and picturesque surroundings, Bolsover is a brilliant area to find your first-time or forever home. This community-led market town, located in the scenic, northeast county of Derbyshire attracts homeowners of all kinds, alongside tourists that are keen to uncover its history and fascinating architecture at the likes of Bolsover Castle. 

One big draw for residents is being able to enjoy the benefits of Bolsover’s sleepy surroundings on an evening, after commuting from larger cities like Sheffield for work. When you’re looking at houses for sale in Bolsover, you’ll notice the leafy scenery, friendly, easy-going neighbourhoods and a whole selection of contemporary homes which are efficiently located next to, or close to inspiring amenities. Nearby neighbouring towns such as Chesterfield are within close reach, ensuring weekends are filled with adventures and things to see and do.

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The highlights of living in Bolsover

Being named one of the happiest places to live in 2018, Bolsover is a market town brimming with life, with a close-knit community feel and local sites for all to enjoy. Many homeowners looking for houses for sale in Bolsover are attracted by this town’s easy access to the M1 motorway, which runs through the middle of Bolsover District, enabling commuters and visitors to get around quickly and easily.

This is a location attracting a wide range of residents, filled with ‘Good’ Ofsted rated preschools, primary schools and secondary schools, which greatly appeals to families and professionals working in the education sector. 

Solid transport links are another major draw, as the National Express bus service helps to keep you connected to other areas. It conveniently stops at nearby locations such as Chesterfield, Mansfield, Worksop and Alfreton. 

With so much to offer, what are the key benefits of living in this lovely Derbyshire town?

Arts and culture
Transport
Shopping
Food

Arts and culture


There are a host of opportunities for Bolsover homeowners who are passionate about the arts, as well as local culture and wish to experience exciting activities on days out. The 17th-century Bolsover Castle is like something out of a fairytale, and it attracts tourists from across the UK as well as locals enjoying a weekend out. Adventurous pursuits and classes are never hard to find, either, with Derbyshire Pony Trekking just a 10-minute drive away via Whaley Road. Alternatively, learn to paint or further your abilities at Coupe Watercolours, specialising in watercolour classes and oil tuition.


Transport

Getting around Bolsover is easy, with many amenities accessible by foot, regular bus services in operation, nearby train stations and speedy access to the M1. The busy cities of Sheffield, Leicester, Nottingham and Birmingham can all be accessed from Chesterfield train station, too, which can be easily reached by car via the A617, taking around 22 minutes. Short and long-stay car parking facilities are available for those visiting outer areas for the day or weekend, as well as regular commuters heading to work. And when it comes to holiday season, you’re extremely well-situated for air travel - Nottingham, Manchester, East Midlands, Birmingham and Leeds Bradford airports are all situated within a 90-minute drive of this charming town.


Shopping

Locals can meet friends, family and neighbours for a spot of retail therapy both locally and further afield when you choose a home in Bolsover. A stone’s throw away from Bolsover Castle is Bolsover Antiques Centre, the perfect spot for thrifty purchases and further insight into this town’s vast history. In the heart of the town lies Bolsover Yard, a brilliant development welcoming several up-and-coming business ventures. Visit Ethos Upcycling, alongside craft workshops and peruse well-frequented shops, including Sam’s Flower Boutique, The Fabric Den and popular gift shop and ropery, Thomas Taylor - Historical Ropemaker.

Food

If you’re a keen foodie considering moving to a new home in Bolsover, there’s a lot to enjoy here. There’s everything from quaint cafes to brilliant bistros, such as Sanctuary garden which is right on the doorstep – perfect for date nights or catchups with friends. The Coffee Cup is a regular spot for locals, situated on the pleasant street leading up to Bolsover Castle. Enjoy a bite to eat before shopping or venture to local sites with family and friends who are visiting your new area. If you’re after bigger-city dining, then Nottingham is just under an hour’s drive from Bolsover. 


Where to find houses for sale in Bolsover?

New homes in Bolsover attract an array of homeowners, who benefit from getting more for less. With affordable yet incredible housing to take advantage of, you can rest knowing you have a beautiful new home without exceeding your budget. Each suburb and village in this cosy town has been designed with residents in mind, enticing people from all over the country.

Our wonderful development here offers homeowners stylish accommodation, with close access to The Bolsover School, within walking distance for the kids. Adults can take pleasure in nearby nightlife prospects, too, with The Pillar of Rock bar and restaurant just a 15-minute walk away, or a three-minute drive from the comfort of your living room.

Alternatively, homeowners interested in living in nearby areas with easy access to Bolsover itself might want to look at our new homes in Chesterfield, located just 6 miles away and a 15 minute drive. 

Great connections, a small-town feel, and plenty of cultural and educational opportunities, there are plenty of reasons to consider a new home here in Bolsover.