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Brookhouse Hotel, Brookside, Rolleston On Dove, Burton Upon Trent, Staffordshire, DE13 9AAHouse

Key Features

  • Stunning location
  • Favoured village
  • Site can be split into two separate lots
  • Conversion of the Grade II listed building
  • Conversion of the coach house
  • Parking, gardens and paddock
  • Planning Application number P/2016/01663 and Appeal Decision B


An opportunity to create seven luxury apartments and three mews homes, along with associated parking, as part of a renovation of the former Brookhouse Hotel site which sits in this glorious location by the River Dove.

The prestigious Brookhouse is a substantial Grade II listed Georgian property, once a farmhouse but more recently a hotel with twenty en-suite bedrooms, restaurant, lounge, bar and conservatory.

The property has a number of outbuildings and occupies a site of approximately 3 acres (to be verified) including gardens, parking and a paddock with views over rolling countryside beyond.

There is an opportunity for the site to be split with the former hotel as one lot and its outbuildings as a second lot.


The village of Rolleston on Dove is situated approximately 3.5 miles to the north of Burton upon Trent. It is a much favoured village which commands high residential prices.

The site is situated in the heart of the village next to an attractive ford on the River Dove which flows through the village. Facilities in the village include a Co-op, butchers, stunning church, good primary school, public inns and restaurants.

Rolleston On Dove's location offers easy access to the A38/A50 allowing for fast onwards travel to Derby, Lichfield, Birmingham, Nottingham and Stoke on Trent. The nearby town of Burton upon Trent offers every day shopping and leisure facilities.


Please refer to planning application number P/2016/01663 and Appeal Decision B.

This substantial Grade II listed property was once a farmhouse with outbuildings dating, according to its listed description, from the early to mid-18th century, with later alterations added. The accommodation of the main building is arranged over three floors, with a red brick elevation under a pitched tiled roof.

This building has permissions to convert the ground floor into three apartments. Two apartments having two bedrooms and the third a one bed apartment. The first floor into three apartments, each with two bedrooms. The second floor into a two bedroom penthouse apartment.

To the right hand side of the main building is a two storey coach house, a former annex to the main hotel. Here there are permissions to convert into three mews residences which would incorporate a three bedroom residence and two, two/three bedroom residences.

There is an additional outbuilding which at present doesn't have any permission granted. However, our client advises us that the local council have informally indicated that this could be converted into a residential two bedroom unit.


The outside area would allow for a substantial garden for the residences.

There is a paddock of approximately 1.5 acres (to be verified) and ample space for parking.


East Staffordshire Borough Council


Our client advises us that the property is freehold. Should you proceed with the purchase of this property this must be verified by your solicitor.


Please contact the office for copies of plans, appeals decision notice and to arrange a viewing of the site.


Strictly site inspection via Scargill Mann & Co - Tutbury office on 01283 520490 or Innes England on 01332 362244 (ACB/DM/DLW October 2019)/DRAFT

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