5 bedroom detached house for saleChurch Road, Treales, Treales, Lancashire, PR4
Under Offer £675,000
- Detached Family House
- Modernised Throughout
- Four Reception Rooms
- New Kitchen, Utility & Wc
- 5 Bedrooms & 2 Bathrooms
- Good Lawned Gardens
- Double Garage
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Very well presented five bedroomed detached country home with 'Lodge'. Formerly the Old Vicarage, which has been modernised throughout stands in well kept lawned gardens and enjoys open rural views. To the ground floor there is an entrance hallway, cloaks/WC, lounge, dining room, conservatory, study, newly fitted kitchen with utility room. To the first floor there is a master bedroom with en suite bathroom/WC and dressing area, three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom/WC. To the 2nd floor is a fifth bedroom/office, ideal as a teenagers suite. There is ample off road parking. The shell of the Lodge has been built, at present the ground floor consists of two open garages (18ft10 x 10ft ) and a rear workroom (21ft8 x 9ft10) with open windows and doors. The first floor has open floor joists a pitched galleried roof with Velux double glazed roof lights and open rear windows. The Lodge was built with a Planning Permission for use as a double garage with office / studio above to be used in conjunction with the main dwelling but is suitable for a variety of uses including a family annexe, maids accommodation or games room. The Lodge sits in a semi-independent plot with its own garden and splendid panoramic first floor rural views to Belmont at the rear. Equestrian facilities close by.
2.03m(6'8'') x 1.73m(5'8'')
Original porch entrance approached through an arched outer door and having double glazed matching side window. Exposed brick work. Myson kickspace floor heater. Pitched, slated roof.
Most impressive central hallway. Wider then average stripped pine doors to principal rooms. Original staircase leads off with spindled balustrade. Two double glazed arched windows overlook the front gardens. Period style cast iron radiator.
With cast iron style radiator. Stained glass leaded double glazed window. Access to the cellar.
Most impressive principal reception room. Double opening, double glazed doors with leaded and stained glass fan light overlook and give access to the rear gardens. Side matching arched double glazed window. Recessed chimney breast with working flue, fitted shelves and space for Home Cinema and plasma television. FM, Freesat and Freeview HD points. Two cast iron style radiators. Featured corniced ceiling with centre rose and delph rack.
Approached from both the main hall and adjoining dining kitchen. Two matching double opening double glazed doors with feature stained glass and leaded fan lights. Exposed original floorboards. Two cast iron style radiators. Detailed corniced ceiling, centre rose and dado rails. Recessed chimney breast (feature only)
Very useful third reception room. Two matching double glazed arched windows overlook the front and side elevations. Two cast iron style radiators. Corniced ceiling and centre rose. Recessed chimney breast (feature only) and original bookshelves/storage.
1.96m(6'5'') plus cupboards x 1.22m(4'0'')
Two piece modern Roca suite comprises: fixture wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap. Low level WC. Mirror fronted sliding doors reveal a cloaks/store cupboard. Myson kickspace floor heater. Leaded stained glass arched window.
Useful two roomed basement with original stone table plus wine store.
Recently completely refitted breakfast kitchen. Excellent range of wall and floor mounted cupboards and drawers. Granite working surfaces incorporating a matching peninsular unit with split level breakfast bar. Inset one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit with mixer tap incorporating a waste disposal unit. Built in Neff appliances comprise: Fan assisted electric double oven. Five ring induction hob. Stainless steel illuminated extractor canopy above. Built in microwave oven. Integrated larder fridge. Built in dishwasher. Corner carousel. Ceramic tiled floor. Myson kickspace floor heater. Open windows and doorway overlook and give access into the rear dining conservatory. From the kitchen there is a door giving access to the side courtyard and outbuildings.
2.90m(9'6'') x 2.59m(8'6'')
With matching tiled floor. Quality matching fitted wall and floor mounted cupboards. Granite working surfaces and deep glazed Belfast sink with mixer tap. Plumbing facilities for automatic washing machine. Recently fitted oil central heating boiler. Cast iron style central heating radiator. Double glazed arched window looks onto the side walled courtyard.
6.55m(21'6'') x 3.73m(12'3'')
Spacious dining conservatory with sliding double glazed patio doors overlook and giving access onto the raised timber decking with the lawned gardens beyond and open view over. Wood laminate floor. Two wall mounted contemporary radiators. Two Velux ceiling pivoting double glazed roof lights in insulated roof. Individual halogen spot lighting. Freeview and FM point. Wired for home cinema and to decking outside
Approached from the previously described wide staircase leading to a split level central landing with double glazed windows overlooking the front elevation. Two cast iron style radiators. Part timber clad pitched ceiling. Matching stripped pine wide doors. Continuing staircase to the second floor.
Master Bedroom Suite
5.79m(19'0'') x 3.96m(13'0'')
Extremely well planned principal double bedroom. Double glazed window enjoys extensive views looking over the rear garden with open fields beyond and the Belmont Hills in the back ground. Cast iron style radiator. Corniced ceiling and two halogen reading downlights. The bedroom is split with a partition with open display shelving, AV system with Freeview and FM point and separates the rear DRESSING ROOM which has fitted wardrobes with sliding doors. Cast iron style radiator. Two obscure leaded and stained glass windows and fitted curved dressing table. Further ceiling halogen downlights. Inter-connecting door gives access to the ensuite bathroom.
4.19m(13'9'') x 2.74m(9'0'')
L shape measurements which also has a second door onto the main landing. The bathroom floor is split level and there is a modern white five piece suite comprises: deep 'Jacuzzi' style bath with off set mixer taps and hand shower bordered by ceramic tiling. Tiled step in shower compartment with a plumbed shower and pivoting outer door. Vanity fixture wash hand basin with chrome mixer taps and curved towel rail. The suite is completed by a semi concealed low level WC and adjoining bidet. Contemporary recessed wall radiator. Two double glazed leaded and stained glass windows. Three ceiling halogen downlights and further LED lights over the bath.
Bedroom Suite Two
4.57m(15'0'') x 4.06m(13'4'')
Very well appointed double bedroom. Two double glazed arched windows overlook the rear gardens with open fields beyond. Two period style radiators. Exposed stained timber floor. Two recessed chimney breast (feature only) with display over and two side mirror fronted wardrobes. Corniced ceiling and overbed halogen downlighting.
Bedroom Suite Three
3.96m(13'0'') x 3.71m(12'2'')
With two double glazed windows overlooking the rear and side elevations. Two Period radiators. Recessed chimney breast (feature only) with upper display and no flue presently but this could be reinstated. Corniced ceiling.
2.39m(7'10'') x 1.88m(6'2'')
Part tiled walls. Three piece modern white suite comprises: panelled bath with 'jacuzzi' style fittings, chrome mixer taps and plumbed wall shower with fitted screen. Pedestal wash hand basin with wall mounted shaving point above. The suite is completed by a low level WC. Contemporary wall mounted radiator. Leaded and stained glass obscure double glazed window. Wall mounted extractor fan.
Bedroom Suite Four
4.04m(13'3'') x 3.35m(11'0'')
Fourth good sized double bedroom. Exposed wood floor. Two double glazed windows overlook the front and side elevations. Two period style radiators. Recessed chimney breast with upper storage and side fixture store cupboard. Corniced ceiling.
9.19m(30'2'') x 3.89m(12'9'')
Approached from the open tread staircase with matching spindled balustrade. Second floor loft conversion which is at present used as office/study but could be used as a bedroom suite with dressing room. There are also plumbing and drainage points for an en suite which the purchaser could fit. Velux double glazed pivoting roof lights overlooking the rear elevation. Contemporary style radiators. Access point leading to a further insulated useful store room.
Located in a small hamlet and sat in a prime position on a private drive with gate piers, the property has attractive landscaped gardens with decking and plenty of outside entertaining space. It overlooks protected land and has a network of country walks from the door. Kirkwood stands in spacious grounds and to the front there is a lawn with recently planted Laurel Hedging an established Chestnut tree with stone chipped front court yard/terrace. Matching stone chipped area leads round the side of the house and approaches the Lodge. Outside power and water are provided with cable laid for further electric points.
To the immediate rear there is a delightful enclosed family garden, raised timber decking with space for Jacuzzi and stone chipped feature pathways. Rear centre lawn and raised corner slate chipped patio used as a bbq area. Due to its situation the garden enjoys maximum sun light and is not directly overlooked to the rear.
View To The Rear
Rear View Of Kirkwood
The shell of the Lodge has been built and it benefits from separate foul and surface water drainage connections. Separate services are provided consisting of a water main entry, a duct to the electric meter housing ( to lay the armoured cable included in the sale ) and a BT entry ( all require the minimum of work for connection and separate metering ). At present the ground floor consists of two open garages (18ft10 x 10ft ) and a rear workroom (21ft8 x 9ft10) with open windows and doors. The first floor has open floor joists a pitched galleried roof with Velux double glazed roof lights and open rear windows. The Lodge was built with a Planning Permission for use as a double garage with office / studio above to be used in conjunction with the main dwelling. The Lodge sits in a semi-independant plot with its own garden and splendid panoramic first floor rural views to Belmont at the rear.
The Lodge Option 1
The Lodge could fulfil a variety of uses in the future and the drawings outlining some possible options have been prepared ( which may require Planning Permission ) and are available from the office to any interested party in pdf format or may be posted.
NOTE: The Lodge will be included in the sale as it stands and will not be completed as it leaves options open to a purchaser to fit out to their requirements.
The Lodge Option 2
The Lodge Option 3
The Lodge Option 4
The property enjoys the benefit of oil fired central heating from a recently installed boiler in the utility room serving a variety of period style radiators and contemporary radiators where described.
Where previously described the windows are DOUBLE GLAZED.
The site of the property is held Freehold and is free from any chief rent or other encumbrances. Council Tax Band G
The present owners enjoy receiving guests old and young including local villagers who often comment on the 'wonderful feel' of the home. The ground floor kitchen and dayroom opens onto the garden for great indoor/outdoor entertaining and we have had many enjoyable barbeques and parties. Christmas lunch and dinner parties for family and friends in the formal dining room are always special. We enjoy the privacy but have always felt secure with the church, the school and the cluster of cottages within the hamlet
As we are downsizing all furniture and furnishings are negotiable should any purchaser wish to include these in the sale
Kirkwood was originally part of the old Vicarage dates from 1863 and has been the subject of considerable modernisation and expenditure by the present owner/designer. The property is situated in this unique setting in the grounds of the local church and village primary school and shared by one adjoining property which was the old coaching house to the former Vicarage.
Treales village primary school is adjacent and the area is served well by schools including the very desirable Kirkham Grammar School. Kirkham is a typical market town with local banks, shops and services. There are many country pubs with eateries locally and a 20 minute drive reaches Lytham's Sea front and Café culture with other Fylde Coastal towns beyond. The Royal Lytham St. Annes Golf course will host the Mens open in 2012 which is always worth a visit for families and golfers. The historic Guild City of Preston is 15 minutes away and celebrates its Royal charter in 2012. With the M55 10 minutes away, the North West is extremely accessable with Manchester, Liverpool & the Lake District all reachable within the hour.
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