Petersfield - A Quiet Village Location With Great Connections 

The Petersfield development is located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, Elvin Way, in the rural village setting of New Tupton, just three miles south of Chesterfield just off the A61.  


The M1 is less than ten minutes away which gives access to Nottingham, Derby and Sheffield city centers within a thirty minute drive.


Chesterfield enjoys excellent transport links with a well connected train station and numerous coach and bus services. Chesterfield sits on the edge of the Peak district national park which is only fifteen minutes drive away. 


Petersfield Layout Plan

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Petersfield Layout Views

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Local Area

The Petersfield development is situated in the village of New Tupton, which is surrounded on all sides by open countryside. The village itself has all the amenities you could possibly need with various retail premises,  a pharmacy, a doctors, schools and several public houses all within a few minutes walk.

This development is an ideal place for all generations to live and is ideally located, with easy access to local villages and their amenities. The neighbouring town of Clay Cross is only five minutes drive away. Further amenities are available in Clay Cross with a large Tescos superstore, various retail and food outlets, a sports centre and a public library. 

Travelling further afield is easily accomplished with the village located close to the A61. This arterial route provides connections to Derby, Chesterfield and Sheffield. There is also easy access to the M1, only ten minutes drive to junction 29, and the A6175 carries through from there with access to Mansfield, Newark and beyond. 

New Tupton is only fifteen minutes drive from the peak district, making this a perfect location if you enjoy exploring in the car, biking or walking.  The surrounding area boasts extensive recreational facilities including sports centres such as Queens Park leisure Centre or Stavely Healthy living centre , Grassmoor Country Park, Hardwick Hall, Chatsworth House and many more.

The historic market town of Chesterfield offers a wide range of local amenities including high street shops, supermarkets, public houses and restaurants, along with cinemas and theatres. Chesterfield train station is less than 5 miles away with regular rail services running into Sheffield, Nottingham, Derby, Manchester and London.

Tupton is perfect for families who want to be part of a thriving community, the Village has its own local history society, Film Club, WI group, Chapel Players, Scouting and  Girl Guiding groups.

Tupton Primary School and nursery is within a couple of minutes walk. This school is rated as 'Good' by Ofsted. There is also Tupton Hall secondary school/ sports college and sixth form within walking distance of this development. This school also receives a 'Good' from Ofsted.

Local attractions

Chatsworth House​

Chatsworth is home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, and is one of the grandest stately homes in the country.


There is the house and gardens to explore as well as the stables courtyard. There is also a farmyard and adventure playground which is great for children of all ages. 

Hardwick Ponds

A highly recommended walk would be through the lower areas of the Hardwick estate.


This leads you round the ponds, and includes a new restoration project on the Duck Decoy, one of the only caged duck decoys left in the country.

Grassmoor Country Park​

Grassmoor country park is located within two miles of the development. With stunning lakes and grasslands to go exploring.


The park is the starting point on the 'Five Pits Trail', which leads through to outlying villages of Pilsley and Tibshelf. This is an ideal walking and bike route for all the family.

Hardwick Hall

The Hardwick Estate is open every day, for countryside walks with picturesque views, woodland family play trails, locally sourced gifts in the shop and delicious seasonal menus in the restaurant.


The Hardwick estate, which surrounds the magnificent Hall, covers around 2,500 acres of stunning parkland, woodland, wetland and farmland. Hardwick is also a working farm.