6 bedroom equestrian facility for sale

Dunsop Road, Newton-In-Bowland, Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7

£995,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 6 bedrooms
  • potential for separate annexe
  • 7 stables
  • indoor arena
  • outbuildings and double garage
  • about 5.8 acres of land
  • EPC Rating = D

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An equestrian property with versatile living accommodation. The main barn has been converted to offer four bedrooms and is cleverly linked to a large two bedroom bungalow. The equestrian side includes an indoor sand school and round about 5.8 acres. Located in the Hodder Valley with good access to the A59, Clitheroe is round about 8 miles away.

Location

The Hodder Valley is a paradise for walkers and cyclists with many pleasant walks. There are culinary delights to be sampled from the numerous country pubs in the area. The Hodder Vallye Show which is the traditional agricultural and horticultural is held every September. The River Hodder runs through the Forest of Bowland Are of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Heaning Barn is close to the villages of Slaidburn, Dunsop Bridge and the larger market town of Clitheroe is about eight miles away.

Clitheroe boasts all major amenities including several supermarkets, doctors surgeries, dentists and individual boutique shopping. The Ribble Valley is home to a wide variety of award-winning restaurants and bars, many of which are nationally renowned. There is a wide choice of excellent education in both the town centre and neighbouring towns. These include the renowned Clitheroe Royal Grammar School and Stonyhurst College. Clitheroe has hourly, direct rail links to both Blackburn and Manchester, which can be reached within an hours journey. Located on the periphery of the town, the A59 bypass offers road links to the M65, M66, M6, Skipton and Preston. The nearest airports are Manchester and Leeds Bradford and both are around an hours drive from the property.

Clitheroe 7 miles, Preston 20 miles, Lancaster 18 miles, Skipton 22 miles, Lake District 39 miles, Manchester 41 miles.

Description

The Heaning Barn offers massive potential to buyers, due to its diverse layout. The main original barn has been converted to offer a large detached four bedroom property that cleverly links to a large two bedroom bungalow via a glass entrance hallway. Currently, the property consists of a six bedroom house but as its layout is so versatile this would easily splir into two properties, for anyone looking for further for dependant relatives etc.

The main barn is south facing with the main reception rooms upstairs to take full advantage of the beautiful open views of the Hodder Valley. Upstairs, a fully fitted bespoke kitchen with granite tops and centre island can be found along with the 'must have' Aga. Off the kitchen is a large dining room with exposed beams. The livinig room is front to back with a large feature fireplace, exposed beams, trusses as well as large windows to all three sides, again taking full advantage of the views. For convenience there is also a cloakroom on this floor. To the ground floor there are three double bedrooms one with an en-suite bathoom and a single bedroom currently being used as a dressing room together with a boot room and family bathroom.

The main hallway is linked to the bungalow by a fully glazed entrance and offers an expanse of open plan living. This room consists of a living/kitchen/dining room which is part glazed to allow an abundance of natural light into the house, as well as having a feature fireplace to one end. The gable end of this room is also fully glazed and opens out onto a patio area that serves as a sun trap. A study, utility room, two double bedrooms and a large wet room can also be found in this part of the house.

External

The Heaning Barn has patio areas to both front and back, along with a mature garden to the rear. To one side, there is a double garage with parking to the front. The main yard has ample parkign for numerous vehicles as well as horseboxes and wagons. There is an old stone piggery to the other side along with a stone lean to log store and three stables all opening onto the outdoor arena, which has a further four stables, one of which is a foaling box as well as a lockable tack room to the rear. Beyond the buildings and yard is about 5.87 acres. This truly is a splendid country property which offers the finest of living.

Outbuildings

Stone built double garage with power and water installed.

Stone and block built stable with lean to log store with power and water installed.

Indoor riding arena with four stables, one of which is a foaling box along with a tack room. Power and water are installed.

Land

The property has additonal land by seperate negotiation. Including just under 35 acres of good quality grazing land with the reaminder being woodland, and fishing lakes (approximately 1.5 acres).

Services

Oil fired central heating, mains electricity, spring water supply and septic tank drainage.

Square Footage: 3,950 sq ft
Acreage: 5.87 Acres

Directions

Coming from Clitheroe, head down Waddington Road towards Waddington. Proceed through Waddington and head towards Newton-in-Bowland. Turn left at Newton-in-Bowland and take the second right hand track down to the property.


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25 January 2016

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  • Clitheroe (6.4 mi)
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5 Church Street Clitheroe BB7 2DD

01200 319085 Local call rate

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