I've tried (twice) to post this in Opinion (yesterday) but to no avail, there is some sort of filter and it just won't accept it. My partner and I are both looking to retire in Derbyshire within the next two years, preferably in/around Chesterfield as we want to live in a large town close to the Peak District (which we know well). Our budget is not massive (175K max) and although we know Chesterfield town centre well, we're not really clued up on the various affordable areas of the town. We do not want to live on an estate and we're looking for a detached property. What's Brimington like? Property seems to be affordable there and I was wondering what sort of area it is. Eg this 4 bedroom bungalow seems nice enough and is only... 115K! http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-20292655.html This one's not bad either: http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-27677221.html There's Brimington and New Brimington, both seem well within our price range - not sure what the difference is. There are plenty of "posh" properties in Brimington, some over 450K. Any bits to avoid in Brimington? (and Chesterfield in general). Amy other area in Chesterfield we should consider too?