36a Walton Drive, Boythorpe

Sold at auction on 28 September 2023

Archived information below.

36A Walton Drive Boythorpe

For sale by auction:

36A Walton Drive
S40 2PR

Hot food takeaway shop with living accommodation above.

Guide Price: £75,000


Located in a prominent position alongside established local convenience store and fish and chip shop premises serving the surrounding housing estate, and within half a mile (approximately 15 to 20 minutes walk) of Queen’s Park, Ravenside Retail Park and the town centre. 

Directions and street view.

Tenure and legal information

Freehold ownership reverted to Chesterfield Borough Council on 5 June 2022 upon expiry of a 99-year lease term, which began on 6 June 1923.  The former tenant no longer has a legal interest in the property although they still receive an annual rent of £5,200 per annum from the subtenant/occupier of the takeaway, which is let on a short-term lease. 

The sale is subject to the buyer resolving the situation to put the tenancy arrangements on a formal footing.      

Further information, including energy performance certification, will be available from the auctioneer’s website closer to the auction date. 

A legal pack will also be available prior to the auction on request from the auctioneer. This will include the usual searches, title information, contract and transfer documentation.

Auction details

To be auctioned online by SDL Auctions  at their National Property Auction on 28 September 2023.

The auction will be conducted behind closed doors by auctioneers Andrew Parker or Graham Penny and broadcast live online with remote bidding only. For further details concerning this property and purchasing by auction please contact SDL Auctions at enquiries@sdlauctions.co.uk or call 0800 046 5454.

If you require any further information from the council please contact:

Richard Mottram
Email: richard.mottram@chesterfield.gov.uk
Phone: 01246 959762 or 07968 464195


These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general outline only for guidance and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. No person in our employment has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in respect of the property. 

Last updated on 13 October 2023