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3 bedroom barn for sale

Low Barn, High Hollins Farm, Hollins Lane, Keighley, BD20 6LX

Sold STC £150,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A unique and interesting conversion subject
  • A range of brick buildings with planning consent
  • Conversion to create a stylish 3 bedroom dwelling
  • Provision for gardens and private parking
  • Delightful rural position with super views
  • Just over 80 acres of land available separately

Full description


Low Barn is accessed via a private drive leading up through the land from Hollins Lane overlooking the nearby village of Utley. The vibrant and diverse town of Keighley is just 1.5 miles to the south offering a wide range of services and amenities including shops, supermarkets, bars, restaurants, a leisure centre and schooling for all ages. There are regular services by rail to
Skipton, Bradford and Leeds and good access to the wider road networks to North and West Yorkshire and east Lancashire.


Low Barn shown edged YELLOW on the sale plan, is a more modern range of brick buildings forming part of the farmstead at High Hollins Farm. Farming has now ceased at the property with the two other remaining buildings also having been granted planning permission for conversion to residential use. In addition to the buildings is the farmhouse and annexe cottage.

Surrounding the farmstead is a ring fence is a productive block of meadow and pasture extending in total to about 80.66 acres.

The four individual properties together with the land are all currently available for sale through David Hill in the lots described or as a whole and will appeal to individuals, those looking
for a group of multiple units, a property with commercial potential or one with scope to generate income.

The change of use of this former agricultural building to a dwelling was approved by Bradford Metropolitan Council on the 5 May 2016, Application No: 16/02214/PAR.

The approved scheme provides for an imaginatively designed layout of accommodation over the ground floor but split over three different levels.

Ground Floor Accommodation
Entrance Hall
Utility (2.80m x 2.20m) w.c.
Snug (4.50m max x 3.50m max)
Living (10.00m x 4.50m) open plan

Bedroom 1 (4.00m x 4.50m) en suite/dressing room
Bedroom 2 (3.00m x 4.50m) en suite
Bedroom 3 (4.50m x 3.50m) en suite

Total approximate gross internal floor area 165m (1775 sq ft)

The approved scheme provides for private parking and an area of garden.

Freehold. Vacant possession on completion.

Mains electricity. Borehole water (shared). Drainage to a new
Package Treatment Plant which has been installed.

Details Prepared
June 2016

From Skipton head south on the A629, continuing onto the Aire valley trunk road to the Silsden/Steeton roundabout. At the roundabout take the third exit to Steeton continuing past the railway station to the traffic lights, turning right before turning left onto Mill Lane after about 100 metres. At the next junction turn left onto High Street and continue up the hill which then becomes Hollins Bank Lane. The entrance to High Hollins Farm can be found on the right
after 1 mile. A for sale sign has been erected at the bottom of the drive. Follow the drive to the top where it opens into the yard.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
13 July 2016


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