Farm For SaleGreencroft Farm, Middleton-by-Youlgrave, Bakewell, Derbyshire
Offers Over £500,000 Sold
Guide price £500,000 to £600,000. A traditional Grade II Listed Derbyshire farmhouse with extensive range of outbuildings, in need of renovation and standing in circa 1.45 acres in all.
- Spacious three bedroom farmhouse extending to about 2659 sq.ft
- In need of full refurbishment/renovation
- A varied range of traditional outbuildings
- Standing in approximately 1.45 acres, to include circa 0.68 paddock
- Popular village location, in the heart of the Peak District National Park
- The property is to be sold by Private Treaty, with interested parties invited to submit Best Offers.
- Offers must be submitted in writing by 12 noon 1st October 2019, together with full financial evidence.
Greencroft Farm is situated in the heart of the delightful unspoilt rural village of Middleton by Youlgreave within the Peak District National Park, and currently forms part of the Middleton Estate.
This idyllic village has a traditional village square and comprises of fine period houses and a number of farms nestling amidst high limestone pasture lands at the very heart of the White Peak.
Middleton has an ancient history and was mentioned in the Doomsday book but saw significant remodelling in the 1820's.
The village offers a village hall and a parish church and the surrounding area provides unlimited scope for some of the most beautiful walks in England. Everyday facilities are available at nearby Youlgreave including a village store, butcher, public houses and a primary school. More extensive facilities can be found in the market towns of Bakewell, Ashbourne, Buxton and
Matlock, all within a short drive.
Greencroft Farm is a Grade II Listed traditional limestone detached Derbyshire farmhouse, offering considerable scope for renovation/development. There is a varied range of stone outbuildings within the central sheltered courtyard, which, subject to the necessary consents, could be converted for a variety of uses. Extending to circa 1.45 acres in all, to include an adjoining grazing paddock to the west being about 0.68 acres.
The farmhouse offers a variety of two storey accommodation extending to about 2659 sq.ft, with good sized reception areas to the ground floor and well proportioned bedrooms to the first floor. There are bathroom facilities, together with scullery and pantry. A wealth of traditional features have been retained and no doubt more could be uncovered during the renovation process.
The site extends to circa 1.45 acres and is centred around an extensive sheltered courtyard, bordered by a range of traditional stone farm outbuildings, offering an excellent opportunity for a variety of uses, subject to the necessary consents. To the west of the farm is an adjoining grazing paddock extending to about 0.68 acres.
Refer to floor plans.
Pre-application advice has been sought from the Peak District National Park for the possible conversion of the traditional buildings and splitting of the house, to create a range of residential properties. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquires.
The large cattle shed of mixed material construction within the central yard is the current tenant’s property and may be removed prior to the tenancy expiring. The purchaser will be required to install a new mains water connection to the property from the nearby water main.
Method of sale
The property is to be sold by Private Treaty, with interested parties invited to submit Best Offers.
Offers must be unconditional and exchange and completion timescale's will be at the discretion of the sellers. Offers must be submitted in writing by 12 noon 1st October 2019, together with full financial evidence. Further details available upon request.