Peak District barn conversion with scope for expansion invites offers of £495,000

A partially converted stone built former tannery attached to two unconverted barns in the Peak District invites offers of more than £495,000 from house-hunters or property developers.

Estate agent Wright Marshall says the property at Earl Sterndale, near Buxton, presents huge scope for further development. The two-bedroom home represents around one third of the overall building and the attached barns could easily create additional accommodation.

The property will be sold by informal tender and prospective buyers have until May 18 at 12 noon to submit their bids.

Accommodation within the house includes a living room, dining room, sitting room and a bathroom.

One of the barns is accessed from the utility room and the other from a bedroom.

At the back of the property is a good size garden containing a pebbled patio, lawn with borders and a greenhouse with power and lighting. There is a woodland area towards the rear of the plot.

Situated within three-quarters of an acre, the house is accessed via a gated driveway which leads to a double garage. There is ample off road parking.

The property is freehold and listed for sale on Zoopla. For further information, call Wright Marshall on 01629 437611.