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Spout House, Spout Lane, Stannington, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S6 6EF

  • Outstanding restoration opportunity
  • Fire damaged Grade II listed house of historical interest
  • Set in a Freehold site of 0.53 of a hectare (1.30 of an acre)
  • Includes a range of stone outbuildings
  • Potential residential development subject to the required consents
  • Located on the fringe of Stannington adjoining open countryside
  • Thought to date from 1545 with additions in 1678 with a cottage built prior to 1423
  • Tree & ecological reports available

Background
The Farm House is thought to date from 1545 with additions in 1678 and a cottage built prior to 1423 as well as a large stone cow shed, all of which are set in approximately 0.53 of a hectare (1.30 acre). The property was damaged by fire in 2016.

Tenure

Freehold

Planning

The site lies within an area adopted as "Residential" within the adopted Unitary Development Plan for Sheffield and part of the site is thought to be suitable for what could be an exclusive development maximising the aspect. There are Tree Preservation Orders
Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries in respect of the site.

Additional Information Available
The following report & correspondence are available:
1. Arboricultural Report & correspondence dated September 2017
2. Correspondence between Town Planning Consultants & Sheffield City Council in respect of trees
3. Ecological report dated October 2018 which includes reference to active Badger Sets

Viewing:

WARNING - The property is in a very poor state of repair and considered to be dangerous. Interested parties are warned not to inspect the site without prior arrangement with the auctioneers.

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