A FORMER barn and derelict cottage in Langcliffe, near Settle, with planning permission for conversion to two new homes is on the market for around £285,000.

Potential buyers have until just 1pm on Friday to put in their best and final bid for the property which has already attracted large amounts of interest, says estate agents, Dacre, Son and Hartley.

Paleys Farmyard has planning consent from the Yorkshire Dales National Park, granted in 2019, for the barn to be transformed into a local occupancy dwelling or holiday let, while the cottage has no occupancy restrictions.

An additional garden area is available for a further £15,000.

Tom Galloway, from Dacre’s Settle office, said: “Barn conversion opportunities complete with planning permission are few and far between in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, so this is already proving to be an exciting opportunity for a wide range of buyers.”

For more information visit www.dacres.co.uk.