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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Treales Road, Treales

Sold STC £350,000

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Want to live in a truly unique property? If the answer is yes, this property is for you! A 17th Century Grade II Listed converted Windmill with landscaped gardens and grounds of 0.6 acres. Set within a complex of two other properties in an attractive rural location with far reaching views over the Fylde plain. In need of cosmetic upgrading.
***With the option to purchase an additional plot of 6.26 acres/2.532 hectares (edged 'blue' on the site plan). The additional land includes a useful out building, providing further potential.***

The placing of the Windmill upon the open market allows purchasers the almost unique opportunity of acquiring a believed to be late 17th century converted windmill. Converted in approximately 1960 to an excellent standard providing considerable architectural prowess which, even in todays terms, provides stylish family living accommodation.
The windmill property comprises of accommodation over four floors with an additional flat roofed extension to the side to provide further accommodation over two floors. The desirability of the property is further added to by the option to purchase the adjacent plot with a sizeable brick outbuilding) which could be easily converted to provide equestrian or lifestyle farming interests).
The property is currently habitable, however, would in our opinion benefit from some improvement and modernisation to bring up to slightly more modern day tastes and standards.
The accommodation is set over four floors with living accommodation to the ground and first floor and bedrooms to the remaining floors with the original sail room being a viewing platform or has the potential to be made into a fantastic study area.

The property is surrounded by attractive formal gardens with summerhouse and greenhouse.
To the front, a granite settled communal driveway leading to private driveway and pathway to front door. Inside the property comprises: double height feature hallway with open tread stairs to first floor, staircase with glazed balustrade, doorway leading to the double garage with central car parking area and ample storage to the side.
Leading from the hallway can be found a snug with attractive views to the rear and side of the property and a feature wood burning stove. Also accessed from the hallway can be found a utility room and ground floor cloakroom. From the staircase to the first floor can be found an attractive open landing providing views to the front of the property.

The Sitting Room comprises of the first floor of the original Windmill with access to a balcony and further window to the side with feature wood burning stove. Adjacent to this can be found the kitchen, formal dining room along with guest bedroom with en-suite.
To the second floor can be found bedroom 2 with range of fitted wardrobes and a further bathroom with staircase leading to bedroom 3 on the third floor and a ladder leading to the original sail room providing potential for either a further bedroom or fantastic study/vantage area.
Whilst the property was originally converted in the 1970s the work was undertaken to an excellent standard and the Architectural style has stood well in terms of taste and style and the house now provides the opportunity to be re-modelled to create a superb, quirky, family home.

The property is surrounded by an attractive formal garden area which has recently been cut back and still provides potential to be reinstated to an attractive range of formal beds with lawned pathways leading to a summerhouse.
Beyond the formal garden area the additional plot of land available to purchase comprises: naturalistic gardens with large swathes of native broadleaf trees with a path leading to a brick under pitched slate roof storage barn with double doors to the end elevation and windows to the side elevation providing potential for either lifestyle farming, equestrian or even the opportunity to create further ancillary accommodation to the main house. The gardens continue on with large grassed area with pathways through the woodland. With the additional land available, in total the grounds would extend to some 6.84 acres/2.77 hectares.

Additional Information - Services: We can confirm that the property has the benefit of mains water, mains electricity. Heating is by solid fuel system and the drainage is by septic tank.
Planning: Interested parties should consult direct with Wyre Borough Council and should satisfy themselves as to the planning status and potential of the property prior to the exchange of contracts.
Tenure - Freehold
Council Tax: Band G

Epc Results - Current Energy Efficiency Rating - G (1)
Potential Energy Efficiency Rating - F (27)
Current Environmental Impact Rating - G (17)
Potential Environmental Impact Rating - E (48)

We take every care to ensure that details shown are correct. However, complete accuracy cannot be guaranteed and is expressly excluded from any contract. The information contained herein is for general guidance only. Unless otherwise stated the condition of the heating system, electric appliances and any fittings in thr sale are not known and have not been tested by Lytham Estate Agents. We therefore cannot offer any guarantees in respect of them.

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