This stunning barn conversion is on the market for £645,000

This stunning barn conversion is on the market for £645,000
This stunning barn conversion is on the market for £645,000
A unique opportunity has arisen to acquire this stunning four bedroomed barn conversion situated on the edge of the Peak District National Park in the picturesque village of Midhopestones.
This detached residence is generously proportioned and has the benefit of a spacious double height breakfast kitchen, master bedroom with en-suite, three double bedrooms, a wealth of period features and superb far-reaching views.

The Oaks Barn has good access to the local amenities of Stocksbridge and Bolsterstone including shops, cafes, restaurants, public houses and the Fox Valley Shopping Centre. Also having good access to Leeds and Manchester via local motorway networks and a short drive to Sheffield’s city centre.

Viewing is strictly by appointment with Blenheim Park Estates on 0114 358 2020.
  • The Oaks, Barnoaks Lane, Midhopestones, Sheffield, S36 4GR – £645,000

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