Investors hoping to snap up a new opportunity might want to divert their attention to a former care home in West Yorkshire that has gone up for sale.
The conversion has great potential as offers around £1.3 million with agent, Bramleys, have already come flooding in.
It is located in Edgerton (Huddersfield) along the A629 road, also known as Edgerton Road. The town centre is roughly one mile away with strong rail and road links. Along Bryan Road and Kaffir Road are detached private houses in addition to large properties on Birkby Hall Road.
Conversion potential for prospective buyers
The former care home encompasses three acres of land and extends to approximately 14,500 square feet.
It is a Victorian property that has a detached stone-built former dwelling house which was converted to a 39-bedroom care facility. The property has the potential to transform into a luxury home, a collection of apartments, or office space, although these are subject to planning permission.
The rural property has an independent entrance leading to a car parking area, and a separate driveway. In addition to this, there is a landscaped garden to the front and a large garden area to the rear.
Jonathan Wilson, the commercial partner at Bramleys, said: “Properties of this stature and size don’t come onto the market very often. The building offers scope for conversion into multiple dwellings, could make an extremely impressive family home, or from a commercial perspective, an office scheme or continued use as a care facility.”