Bonehill Farm is a large Georgian House set in open countryside on the edge of Derby.

The House was built c1740, at the time of enclosures. It was owned by the Mickleover Manor Estate until 1937 when it was bought by the present owner's father.

The Dicken family and previously their Ancestors the Hind family have lived at Bonehill Farm since around 1790.



The farm house is situated a quarter of a mile off the main road, down a recently concreted driveway. It is very quiet and peaceful away from the busy traffic.

  We have 120 acres of pasture land and a small acreage of arable.

We farm around 130 beef cattle which graze on grass during the summer and are housed in covered yards in winter. They are mostly Hereford, British Blue and Limousin breeds.



Bonehill Farm, Etwall Road, Mickleover, Derby. DE3 0DN
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