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Lancasters Estate Agents Agent Valuation of this property is £1,000,000
- Flexible accommodation
- Approximately 2 acres
- Superb panoramic views
- Excellent presentation
- Planning granted for coachhouse garage
- Stables and arena
- Great selection of modern outbuildings
- Gravel driveway leading to 2 garages
- Main living room with 15ft vaulted ceiling
- Open plan kitchen living and dining area
- 1.5 miles to train station
- 4 miles to M61
A rare opportunity to purchase a detached stone home which was originally constructed approximately 30 years ago and as such benefits from modern building methods and insulation qualities but enjoys characteristics such as beamed and vaulted ceilings, some stone mullion windows and stone fore lave with open fire etc...
The property has recently been extended and is now a four bedroom home with flexible accommodation and includes both an open plan kitchen living and dining area plus formal lounge with stunning vaulted ceiling and additional mezzanine reception area.
Glimpsing through each window as you wander through the property, the attractive rural surroundings can be appreciated. The views are both far-reaching to the West Pennine moors as well as well as the immediate open fields.
The plot is approximately 2 acres which includes a formal garden area, large gravelled driveway, two impressive garages plus workshop and it is worthy of note that planning has also been granted for an additional coachhouse style garage. There is a formal kennel building, outside WC and modern garden room which is currently sub compartmented as a cattery but could be used as a home office for example. For anyone looking at equestrian possibilities there is a modern timber stable, sand arena and paddock.
The property has been substantially extended in recent years but we understand there may be potential for further extension if desired.
Whilst the home has a truly rural feeling it is important to note that the nearest train station is in Adlington village and just around 1.5 miles away whilst access to the M61 is around 4 miles away. Horwich and Adlington centres offer a great selection of shops, services, pubs and restaurants and there is also access to Chorley town centre and the Middlebrook retail development which includes larger outlets, supermarkets and cinemas etc...
Many people within the area also consider Manchester city centre and the Trafford Centre appropriate for socialising and shopping alike. The lovely surrounding countryside attracts people from far and wide and is great for those who enjoy spending time outdoors, dog walking, running and cycling etc...
The area manages to strike a great balance of the rural access yet still allows for convenient access to shops, commuting links and schools.Ground FloorEntrance Hallway
6' 4" x 8' 2" (1.93m x 2.49m) with glazed front door and window. Tiled floor. Access to Kitchen and Living area plus reception room 1.Reception room 1
27' 2" x 15' 4" (8.28m x 4.67m) with vaulted ceiling (15'10 in height), feature windows to either side and glass panelled door to driveway. View to the garden including panoramic view of the West Pennine moors. Stunning stone fireplace and hearth with open fire. Staircase to mezzanine area.Mezzanine reception area
Accessed by the feature staircase from reception room 1. A great versatile area with windows to each side with the panoramic views.Kitchen
Zone 1 28' 10" x 11' 2" (8.79m x 3.40m)
Zone 2 13' 11" x 8' 8" (4.24m x 2.64m)
Staircase to first floor. Full range of doors and windows to the garden and the views beyond.
Kitchen with integral fridge freezer, dishwasher, space for Range and granite work tops.Utility
8' 2" x 8' (2.49m x 2.44m) incorporating the cloakroom area. Space for appliances. Window to driveway at the side. Tiled floor.Inner Hallway
7' 6" x 4' 7" (2.29m x 1.40m) With access to the two ground floor bedrooms and shower room.Shower Room
9' 3" x 4' 6" (2.82m x 1.37m) with tiled walls and floor. W'c, hand basin and shower.Bedroom 4
13' 2" x 12' (4.01m x 3.66m) A double bedroom with side window to driveway.Bedroom 3
13' 11" x 17' 1" (4.24m x 5.21m) A double bedroom with French doors plus widow to garden.First FloorLanding
with fitted storage 4' 4" x 4' 8" (1.32m x 1.42m).Master Bedroom
16' 11" x 18' 10" (5.16m x 5.74m) with sunning views including Rivington Pike, the mast at Winter Hill, and full panoramic view of the hills to the west. Angled feature ceilings. Fitted storage.Master En Suite
7' 11" x 15' (2.41m x 4.57m to front of cupboards) with vaulted ceiling and window plus roof light. Built in storage. Suite comprises wc, hand basin and individual bath.Bedroom 2
13' 10" x 14' 1" (4.22m x 4.29m) with vaulted ceiling and roof light. Fitted dressing room 7' 9" x 9' 3" (2.36m x 2.82m).Bedroom 2 En Suite
5' 7" x 9' 5" (1.70m x 2.87m) Suite comprises wc, glass hand basin with storage and bath with shower over.GardenDriveway
Driveway to front.Garden
Both formal garden and private field.Workshop
14' 8" x 7' 9" (4.47m x 2.36m) Built between the two garage structures and with power and light. Concrete floor.Garage 1
18' 1" x 20' 4" (5.51m x 6.20m) Detached garage of double skin construction. Two electric up-and-over doors. Lighting and power.Garage 2
33' 8" x 21' 6" (10.26m x 6.55m) with painted ceiling, wall and floor. Electric roller type door. Power and light. Water supply. Access into the middle area.Out buildings
19' 5" x 7' 11" (5.92m x 2.41m) two kennels with lighting.Outdoor wc
6' 2" x 4' 11" (1.88m x 1.50m) with wc, hand basin and lighting.
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