About the Park

Brookfield residential park

Brookfield Park is a long established residential park set on the edge of the Peak District.

Set in the heart of the Peak District, with the endless countryside views to explore and the quainty villages to visit, Old Tupton is perfectly located for relaxation. Only 6 miles from the M1 and 1 mile from the picturesque, 14th century village of Ashover, Old Tupton is placed ideally for all transport networks and yet hidden away in the beautiful Amber Valley.

Brookfield Park has the benefit of a full 12 months residential license. The pace of life at Brookfield is perfect for the retired or semi retired. However, if you want a change from the peaceful setting of this park, the numerous National Trust properties mean that you are never short of experiencing all that Derbyshire has to offer.

Brookfield Park has the benefit of a full 12 months residential license. The pace of life at Brookfield is perfect for the retired or semi retired. However, if you want a change from the peaceful setting of this park, the numerous National Trust properties mean that you are never short of experiencing all that Derbyshire has to offer.

Local Area

Attractions close to the park

Town of Matlock Bath
Matlock has good facilities for shopping, leisure and recreation.

Lea Gardens
A unique collection of highly acclaimed plants collected from the far corners of the world.

Abraham cable cars
Journey in a state of the art cable car and follow a guide underground to our spectacular showcaves.

Fantastic Golf Courses
There are many fantastic golf courses in and around Derbyshire including:

  • Hollinwell
  • Coxmoor
  • Bakewell
  • Stanedge
  • Alfreton
  • Ashbourne

Red House Stables
A Working Carriage Museum with one of the finest collections of original horse drawn vehicles.

Chatsworth House
Chatsworth is one of Britain’s best loved historic houses and estates. The house, garden, farmyard, adventure playground, gift shops and restaurant are open every day until 23 December 2007.

FAQ’s

Q: Are there shops within walking distance?
A: Yes there are.

Q: Is there a Bus Service?
A: There is a Bus stop on a Main Bus Route directly outside the Park Entrance

Q: How do the costs compare with conventional housing?
A: They compare very favourably, and many people find that the sale of a larger family house provides sufficient cash to buy a luxurious, modern park home with enough funds left over to provide financial security.

Q: How are park homes different from conventional houses?
A: Unlike conventional homes residential park homes can be regarded as modular housing, which is scaleable to create homes of differing lengths and widths. The only real difference is the method of construction and that they come fully furnished. Other than this, a modern park home resembles in every way an attractively designed traditionally built bungalow with a pitched roof.

Q: Does legislation offer any protection to owners?
A: It does indeed. The Mobile Homes Act 1983 gives owners of park homes security of tenure – and that is probably its single most important safeguard. It also gives the owner the right to sell the home on the park, and the right to leave it to certain members of the family.

Q: What are the other advantages of park home living?
A: The social benefits are most readily appreciated by many. Home parks are very much communities where no-one need suffer the sense of isolation so often felt by people in retirement – especially those who move away from familiar surroundings. Individual privacy is, of course, respected as it would be anywhere. However, most park home owners do enjoy being drawn into the activities, committees, clubs and other social opportunities which develop as a result of initiatives by residents themselves.

Q: How much is the Ground Rent and what does it cover?
A: The Ground Rent totals £165.00 per calendar month, payable by standing order. This covers the cost of general maintenance of the Park including road repairs, street lighting and grass cutting on common ground.

Q: How much is the Council Tax?
A: The Council Tax is Band A which is currently £1138.18 per annum charged by North East Derbyshire District Council.

Q: Do I have to pay Stamp Duty when purchasing a Park Home?
A: There is no Stamp Duty to be paid when purchasing a park home.

Q: Is it OK to have Sky television in my park home?
A: Yes, Sky TV on the Park is not a problem but we do request the dish is put to the rear of the home or out of sight of the Park roads.

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Current show homes on Brookfield Park

Three new plots will be available available late summer. Reserve your plot off plan now! Only three available starting from £145000

Finding Brookfield Park

Finding the park couldn’t be easier via Sat Nav located on Ashover Road, by the village of Old Tupton. Use the sat Nav postcode of S42 6AF for an accurate location.