Former Yorkshire Water property brought to auction

Former Yorkshire Water property brought to auction
Aerial image of Greave Farm in West Yorkshire

A unique residential development opportunity in Greave Farm in Holfirth, West Yorkshire has been taken to public auction.

The property is been taken by auction by Wilbys Chartered Surveyors on behalf of Keyland Developments, sister company to Yorkshire Water.

Greave Farm comprises a range of farm buildings with planning permission in place for the creation of a detached four bedroom home in over 4 acres of land with views to Holme Styes Reservoir and to the west of Hade Edge Village.

The planning consent will enable the demolition of the existing agricultural buildings to create an impressive stone house.

“Former Yorkshire Water properties such as these present a great opportunity for a buyer with vision to create a truly unique home in a hugely coveted location,” said Cameron Sanderson, Development Surveyor at Keyland Developments.

“By securing the planning consent to redevelop Greave Farm, we are ensuring that redundant properties such as this can be brought back into use and the proposed plans for this demonstrate that it could be an exceptional property.

“We are expecting high levels of interest at the auction and look forward to facilitating the re-use of this fantastic site.”

The auction takes place next week.