Keyland Developments Ltd, the property trading arm of Kelda Group and sister company to Yorkshire Water, has instructed Wilbys Chartered Surveyors and Wm. Sykes & Son Estate Agents to bring to market a unique farmhouse and barn conversion opportunity in Midhopestones, South Yorkshire.
Brooks Bank Farm is a traditional farmstead comprising a detached farmhouse, two detached stone barns and a steel portal framed building with grassland and woodland extending in total to approximately 10.5 acres.
Planning permission is in place to convert both the stone barns into dwellings, creating opportunities for a range of buyers from developers, owner occupiers or purchasers seeking holiday let accommodation.
The site is in an elevated position and located on the south eastern edge of the village of Midhopestones, to the south of the Underbank Reservoir. The property is just 12 miles north west of Sheffield and 3.5 miles south of the town of Penistone, situated in a rural location just over 1km from the Peak District National Park.
Joint agents Wilbys Chartered Surveyors and Wm. Sykes & Son Estate Agents are marketing the property at offers in the region of £700,000 and anticipate high levels of interest given the range of potential occupiers.
Due to the unique nature of former Yorkshire Water sites, Keyland’s residential portfolio incorporates a range of distinctive sites with unrivalled outlooks on which it has secured planning permission for some of the most inspiring residential development opportunities in the region.
Cameron Sanderson, development surveyor at Keyland Developments Ltd, said: “Opportunity sites such as these in exceptional rural settings attract high levels of interest from buyers seeking to create unique homes and, in this case, accommodation also suitable for holiday lets.
“With the planning permission in place for the two barns presenting exciting redevelopment opportunities, Brooks Bank Farm is set to attract keen interest from a range of potential purchasers and we are looking forward to seeing its transformation in due course.”