Stone Built Farmhouse, Traditional Barns and Outbuildings for Sale, The site is situated in a rural location in the picturesque south Yorkshire village of Clayton, approximately 9 miles north west of Doncaster town centre. The development site is well placed for access to the national motorway network. Junctions 37 and 38 of the A1 (M) are situated within approximately 6 miles north and south respectively, providing, excellent motorway links regionally and nationally. Doncaster is situated on the East Coast mainline, providing a regular rail service to London in under 1 hour 45 minutes., All Saints C of E Primary School in the neighbouring village of Hooton Pagnell has an Ofsted rating of ‘Outstanding’. The town of South Elmsall is approximately 4 miles to the north and is well serviced with a range of amenities, including an Asda superstore and Jet petrol station as well as South Elmsall/Moorthorpe Railway Station., Surrounding the site lies open agricultural land to the north, which is in the present Vendor’s ownership. There are a collection of period residential properties to the north and north west of the boundary. Church Field Road runs along the southern site boundary. Clayton & Frickley Club is a short distance along Church Field Road to the east., The site has the benefit of full planning permission for Alterations and extensions to farmhouse and outbuildings to form 3 dwellings. (Ref: 17/02378/FUL, dated 10th June 2019). The dwellings will be a mixture of 2 and 3 bedroom dwellings in 2 storey and single storey format. Each of the three plots will have a generous and established private garden allocation, together with associated private parking provision., Full Planning Permission for a scheme of three dwellings, Located in a rural position between Doncaster, Wakefield and Barnsley, Benefits from excellent proximity to Junctions 37 & 38 A1 (M), The property comprises a farmhouse and associated outbuildings, which are now in need of refurbishment. The total site area is approximately 0.76 acres (0.309 hectares). The barns and farmhouse are of traditional stone construction with pitched roofs. The strong aesthetic charm of the buildings, together with a private and exclusive setting lends the site to a sympathetic redevelopment project to residential use.