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5.24 Acre Paddock outside Bolsterstone, Bolsterstone
• Approximately 5.24 acres (2.12 hectares) • Currently down to permanent pasture • Well fenced with dry stone wall, suitable for livestock/equestrian • Does not benefit from mains water supply
AVAILABLE ON A 2 YEAR GRAZING LICENCE
Bolsterstone is a small village standing almost 1,000 ft. above sea level on high ground between the Stocksbridge and Ewden Valleys. It is one of the last remaining hill villages in the Sheffield area, and as a settlement it is much older than either Stocksbridge or Deepcar. The village itself has a thriving community group, a community allotment and village pub, whilst the small town of Stocksbridge is located approximately 1.5 miles to the north offers a good range of local services.
The city of Sheffield is located approximately 8.5 miles to the south of the village whilst the M1 motorway is approximately 4 miles to the east.
The property is well located for commuting into Sheffield, Huddersfield, Barnsley and indeed with close proximity to the M1 and Sheffield with its railway station commuting further afield is also relatively easy.
This paddock extends to approximately 5.24 acres (2.12 hectares) and is fully fenced with dry stone walls and gated access. As the paddock is down to permanent pasture, the paddock is ideal for grazing all types of livestock and is likely to be of interest for its amenity value and potential equestrian use.
Good access to the subject property directly from public highway.