8 bedroom barn conversion for saleBurnley
- Truly unique & impressive conversion (approx 12,000 sq ft)
- Finished to exceptional standards with a contemporary edge
- Approx 17 acres adjoining farmland
- Frontage to River Calder with fishing rights
- Separate detached 2 bedroom bungalow
- Detached 4 car garage block
- Pool room with jacuzzi & sauna
- Fabulous views to Pendle Hill
- Planning permission for stable block with 6 stables
Full description(Ref. Hunters Oak Barn)
This impressively proportioned conversion is constructed of reclaimed local stone under slate tiled roof, and offers outstanding quality in every respect, boasting the most up-to-date equipment. Inside the accommodation is finished to an exceptional standard with a strong contemporary edge, beautifully finished throughout with a tasteful colour scheme of neutral finishes.
Hunters Oak Barn is exceptionally spacious and well laid out, with an impressive galleried entrance hall forming a centre piece of the accommodation. Great care and attention has gone into the final design of the house, and it includes many unique features including a bespoke individually crafted kitchen, solid wooden floors, state of the art multi-room music surround system and stunning leisure complex comprising indoor heated swimming pool, whirlpool, sauna and changing facilities. Of particular note are the outstanding views across fine Lancashire countryside that are enjoyed from many of the rooms.
The accommodation briefly comprises to the ground floor; entrance hallway with impressive dividing staircase to first floor, snug, dining room, sitting room, generous size kitchen recently refitted by Stuart Frazer incorporating all the usual quality fitted appliances (including induction hob, two fan oven, steam oven and combination microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and wine cooler, double well sink unit with Quooker hot water system, Corian working surfaces, breakfast bar unit and a matching dining table for nine guests), bar lounge area and entertaining room with spiral staircase to guest bedroom with en-suite three piece suite, cloakroom, utility room, pool room with Jacuzzi, sauna, changing room, boiler room and plant room. To the first floor; galleried landing/sitting area with bespoke contemporary wrought iron balustrade with roof trusses and vaulted ceiling, cinema room, two bedrooms with access to ‘Jack and Jill’ bathroom, three additional bedrooms with en-suites, separate bedroom and master bedroom suite with spacious dressing room with fitted wardrobes, en-suite five piece bathroom suite and spiral staircase to mezzanine bedroom with open truss ceiling.
Separate detached bungalow comprising; entrance hallway, lounge, fitted kitchen, two bedrooms and bathroom with three piece suite.
Externally the property is approached through electric metal gates, with a sweeping driveway leading to the parking area, double garage and centre turner. Manicured lawns surround the property, with deep paved patio areas and sun terrace, decked area with hot tub and water features. A gazebo offers fabulous views back towards the house and to Pendle Hill and the surrounding hills.
Detached four car garage block, additional car parking area for up to six vehicles.
Planning permission granted for erection of a stable block with six stables.
Hunters Oak Barn is set in possibly one of the most idyllic locations in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, nestled amongst some of the most spectacular scenery to be found in the foothills of the South Pennines with superb uninterrupted views across the surrounding countryside and the imposing and dramatic Pendle Hill and Wiswell Fold.
The nearby village of Ightenhill caters for most daily requirements, whilst the town of Burnley has a thriving centre and offers a more comprehensive range of facilities including excellent shops, recreational facilities and reputable schools for all ages.
There are excellent commuter links to Manchester and Leeds, with access to the M65 corridor within a short drive. There are railway links into the Intercity West Coast line as well as serving the local towns. Two main airports are also accessible, Leeds/ Bradford 35.4 miles and Manchester International Airport 44.3 miles.
Leave the M65 at junction 10, then at the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A671, signposted Clitheroe. Proceed along Padiham Road and at the first set of traffic lights turn right onto Ightenhill Park Lane and proceed along for 1 mile, passing Pendle View Garden Centre, to the very end of the lane where the property can be found on the right.
From Whalley/Clitheroe/Padiham direction take the main road through Padiham towards Burnley, passing Gawthorpe Hall on the left hand side and continue along to the next set of traffic lights, turning left into Ightenhill Road and proceed along for 1 mile and the property is the last house on the right hand side.
Manchester 28.4 miles, Preston 25.9 miles, Leeds 40.7 miles
Burnley Borough Council Tax Band H
Full oil fired central heating
Crestron American integrated sound system incorporating security, Sky and Ipod docking station units
Underfloor heating throughout
Note: Bungalow has separate oil heating system
Surrounding the property are approximately 17 acres or thereabouts of adjoining farmland with frontage to the River Calder with fishing rights.
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