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Low Barn, off Snake Road, High Peak, S33 0BJ

  • United Kingdom
  • Development Site
  • Commercial

Guide Price £350,000

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Property Summary

  • Upon the instructions of Severn Trent Water
  • Freehold derelict stone built barn
  • Situated within the Peak District National Park
  • Potential for alternative use, subject to consents
  • Site area 0.81 hectares (2 acres)
  • Vacant possession

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Ethan Millman
Ethan Millman
Property Agent, here to help.
Henry King
Henry King
Joint Agent, here to help.
Vendor's Solicitor

Contact Us

Ethan Millman
Ethan Millman
Property Agent, here to help.
Henry King
Henry King
Joint Agent, here to help.
Vendor's Solicitor



Property description

The barns rustic exterior features gracefully aged stonework and local natural slate, giving it an authentic and traditional appearance. Subject to the relevant planning consents being obtained, the site offers ample opportunity; whether it be to extend the barns existing structure or to rebuild entirely. Nestled off the beaten track, the barn is embraced by vast fields and vibrant green surroundings, set against the backdrop of undulating countryside. The building has previously have formed part of a wilder holding and have been used for the housing of livestock and storage of fodder.

It is visible from our external inspection that asbestos may be present within the roof covering of this property and it may have been disturbed. We do not have an asbestos survey, and interested parties should carry out their own due diligence, observing our site viewings guidance note.

We are not aware of any services being connected to the land or building.


The property is accessed via Snake Road, which adjoins the Snake Pass route, connecting Glossop and the Ladybower Reservoir at Ashopton. Engineered by Thomas Telford and opened in 1821, the route carries the A57 road between Manchester and Sheffield and remains popular for tourists and motorcyclists.

The Peak District National Park was the first of the national parks of England & Wales in 1951 and covers an area of approximately 555 square miles. The location captivates visitors with its breathtaking and varied scenery, featuring rolling hills, rugged moorlands, ancient woodlands, and picturesque villages.

The approximate position of the property can be located as follows:

Grid reference: SK150890


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Local Authority: Peak District National Park (01629 816200) www.peakdistrict.gov.uk


Interested parties should read the legal pack for further information, including any information relating to easements and overages, for example, that may be applicable to the site. Please visit www.bidx1.com to download the pack.

Viewing are strictly by appointment through the selling agents. Given the potential hazards of the barns not being occupied for a number of years, viewers should take extra care and precaution with regards to their personal safety when viewing the property.


VAT Not Applicable.

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