Lot 1: Development Site and Whitley Grange Farmyard Whitley Lane, Grenoside, Sheffield S35 8RP
The development site is situated in the small rural hamlet within the village boundary of Grenoside. The village of Grenoside has a basic range of facilities including a primary school, various public houses, village shops and a doctors surgery. A more comprehensive range is in the nearby city of Sheffield (6 miles) including supermarkets, high street shops, restaurants and secondary schools. There are many nearby local walks and bridleways for those who enjoy the outdoors. The property has a semi-rural setting, however benefits from excellent access onto main roads leading to the M1 motorway at junction 35 and the A61. The property is located for quick access to Sheffield Train Station for those commuting by train.
From junction 35 on the M1 motorway, take the A629 road towards Chapel Town. After a short distance take the second left hand turning onto the B6087 towards Ecclesfield. Once on the B6087, continue straight over the first roundabout following the road into the village of Ecclesfield to the crossroad junction. Take the right hand turning onto A6135 The Common. After a short distance, take the first left hand turning on the B6087 and then immediately turn right onto Whitley Lane. follow the road out of the village and continue straight past the turning for Elliott Lane, then around the left hand bend and up the hill. The property will then be found on the left hand side on entering into the small hamlet, indicated by our for sale board.
Guide Price: £1,600,000
The sale offers an exciting opportunity to purchase a development site with benefit of Outline Planning permission for up to nine detached dwellings extending to 1.75 acres (0.71 ha). There is an adjoining former farmyard and buildings available separately that offers the potential to expand the site with conversion of a stone building, subject to the necessary planning consents.
The site was formerly a haulage yard, with a number of industrial building in situe, which are to be demolished as part of the planning permission.
The site has two entrance points off the road into the site with upper and lower sections, all benefiting from far reaching views to the rear. As the site has a small gradient, the site has been split into two levels, with five dwelling situated with the upper part and four dwellings on the lower part, which uses the second entrance leading past the farmyard of Whitley Grange.
Lot 1 Cont'd
Within the lower section, a parcel of land adjoining the southern boundary is to be a wild flower meadow for the benefit of all the properties.
Existing Workshop Building 59' 2'' x 64' 8'' (18.03m x 19.72m)
A steel portal framed building formerly used as a workshop and servicing building.
Storage Building 81' 6'' x 24' 5'' (24.84m x 7.45m)
Positioned on the southern boundary, a stone and concrete block building.
Guide Price £600,000
The adjoining former farm yard is available separately with a range of traditional and modern farm buildings, together with a separate access off Whitley Lane. The site extends to approx. 1 acre and comprising the yard area and a small grass paddock to the rear of the building shown blue of the property plan.
Traditional Stone Building
18ft x 119.5ft plus 18ft x 70ft
A ‘L’ shaped stone built building formerly being a range of stables for the brewery, separated into various loose boxes. The building is suitable for conversion into a number of residential units subject to the necessary planning permission.
General Purpose Building 100' 0'' x 70' 0'' (30.46m x 21.32m)
A five bay steel portal framed building situated next to the traditional stone building
Livestock Building 30' 0'' x 60' 0'' (9.14m x 18.27m)
A four bay steel portal framed building open fronted building currently separated into loose boxes.
Adjoining Livestock Building 30' 0'' x 45' 0'' (9.14m x 13.71m)
A three bay steel portal framed building attached to the above building currently separated into loose boxes.
Laid to concrete and hardcore, with a further storage area to the rear of the buildings.
To the rear of the building, there is a small grass paddock which has been used for grazing of horses.
Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements
The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, wayleaves and easements whether they are defined in these particulars or not. Right of way over the eastern access drive will be retained for the benefit of the adjoining properties and to the neighbouring land positioned south of the site, for all access purposes by vehicle and foot.
Timber, Minerals and Sporting Rights
The property is to be sold with the benefit of these rights as far as they exist.
Planning Application Ref:19/00725/OUT Outline Planning permission was granted by Sheffield City Council on 24th September 2019. A copy is available upon request, or via the local planning authority website.
We understand that services are close by and prospective purchasers are encouraged to make their own enquiries as to the availability and suitability of such services.
Tenure and Possession
The property is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession granted upon completion.
Strictly by appointment through the selling agents Bagshaws at the Bakewell Office on 01629 812777. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Method of Sale
The property is offered for sale by private treaty.
Plans, Areas and Photographs
The plans and images are for reference only. The purchaser shall be deemed to have satisfied themselves as to the description of the site. Any discrepancies shall not annul no entitle either party to compensation.
Local Planning Authority
Sheffield City Council, Howden House, 1 Union Street, Sheffield, S1 2SH.
Money Laundering Regulations
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