Self-builders and developers are being steered to a unique development opportunity the Forest of Dean.
The former forestry cold store building is in Huntley and has already has planning permission for conversion to a three bedroom home.
William Matthews from Bruton Knowles' Gloucester office said the 1,948 sq ft redundant building would make an ideal agricultural conversion project.
He said: "This is a one-off development opportunity comprising a cold store building along with a gently sloping wooded area, surrounded by agricultural land.
"It is situated on the B4216 near Huntley and just seven miles from the centre of Gloucester.
"Steeped in history, Huntley boasts historic connections stretching back to the English Civil War and has a church, butchers and a good primary school.”
He added: "Self-builders, lifestyle buyers and developers will be making a beeline to this unique build opportunity. The market is buoyant and the buyers are still out there – despite all the doom and gloom following Brexit. Land has held up well and property on the edge of settlements is proving particularly popular.
“We have a number of other land deals and development sites proceeding and our advice to land owners thinking about selling land has been to market it.
He added: “We are seeing healthy demand for houses with buildings and land that can offer everything in one package.”
Offers are invited in the region of £150,000.
For more information contact William Matthews on 01452 880000 or william.matthews@brutonk