- Stone Built Period Property Dating Back To 1861
- Stunning Views
- Four Double Bedrooms
- Three Reception Rooms
- Extremely Spacious Garage
- Off Road Parking
- Family Sized Rear Garden
FORMER COACH HOUSE & STABLES | STONE BUILT PERIOD PROPERTY DATING BACK TO 1861 | SURROUNDED BY BREATHTAKING PICTURESQUE SCENERY | IN THE BEAUTFUL VILLAGE OF BARROWFORD | SENSATIONAL FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOM HOME | STEEPED IN HISTORY |
** WOW – Is This Your Forever Home**
Owned by the same family for over fourty years who have sympathetically converted what used to be the former coach house of Oaklands House in Barrowford. Oozing with period features, and set within its own generously apportioned grounds of approximately ¼ of acre, and stunning views over the rolling hills towards the Ribble valley.
As you arrive via the private tree lined drive way, you enter the walled cobbled court yard, that offers ample parking. Entering the property via the storm porch, Ideal for keeping muddy wellies when coming home after a country walk. The traditional hallway with a solid wood stair case running up the spine of the property. Off the hallway, you have a downstairs shower room, with walk in shower, low level WC and wash hand basin and fully tiled, this was recently refitted in September 2021. Also, off the hallway you have the sitting room, an ideal space to have a play room, home cinema, library or perhaps a home office/study. There are double doors leading to the lounge, this is a generous size, with large windows and to the rear aspect, allowing you to enjoy and soak up the views of the garden and the views beyond, as well as direct access via a door to the garden. There is direct access to the lounge via the hallway as well. Off the hallway there is an arch way leading, to the inner hallway, offering access to the kitchen, formal dining room and utility room. The kitchen is big enough for a table to dine at and has a range of wall and base units, with work tops to compliment, built in double oven, four ring gas hob, space for dish washer, fridge freezer, 1 ½ sink and drainer with mixer tap, and a large window to the front aspect. The formal dining room is to the rear of the house, again enjoying the views to the rear. The utility room has space for fridge and freezer and plumbing for washing machine, sink with drainer, and is fully tiled. There is also direct access to the garage. The garage runs the full length of the property, and could house three average sized cars nose to tail, with an up and over door, power and lighting and direct access to the garden.
To the first floor there are four double bedrooms, all benefitting from fitted wardrobes. The main bedroom is a pleasant size and has a bank of wardrobes, and a good size window to rear aspect. The en-suite shower room, also refitted in September 2021, comprises of a walk-in shower, low level WC and wash hand basin and is fully tiled. Bedroom two is to the front, again with fitted wardrobes, and has access to the front of the property with stairs leading to the court yard. Bedroom Three is also a double room, again with fitted wardrobes, dual aspect windows allowing light to flood the room.
The fourth bedroom, has views over the garden and beyond and a fitted wardrobe. The landing area, has fitted storage units, for bedding and towels. The family bathroom which was also refitted in September 2021, comprises of bath with mixer taps, low level WC and wash hand basin and fully tiled.
Externally to the rear of the property, is a fabulous mature family sized garden, that is mainly laid to lawn, various shrubs and foliage, a cobbled patio area to both rear and side and a raised pond. The views are wonderful making this space a perfect entertaining space for large gatherings or to just enjoy with the family on a sunny summer’s day, with a cold drink and “barbeque”.
Location: Located a short drive from the village of Barrowford, that offers abundance of shops, coffee house's, bars, restaurants and pubs. Pendle Hill is a short drive away, once the home of wolves and wild boar, and to this day dotted with tiny hamlets and farms. Transport links to include the M65 to Blackburn and Preston, and the M66 giving access to Manchester City Centre & Airport, M60 & M62 and beyond, it’s clear to see why so many people want to call this pocket of Lancashire home.
Council Tax Band: G
Broadband Connectivity: Superfast
Mobile Coverage: 4G voice&data
EPC rating: D
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