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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Mythop Lodge, Mythop Road, Blackpool, Lancashire

Offers in Region of £850,000

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Tenure: Freehold

FANTASTIC CHARACTER GEORGIAN 4 BEDROOM SUBSTANTIAL FARMHOUSE, set in an elevated position with BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPED GARDENS AND GROUNDS and an extremely useful range of TRADITIONAL BRICK OUTBUILDINGS, within a plot totalling 9.25 ACRES or thereabouts. An ideal SMALLHOLDING or EQUESTRIAN facility.Mythop Lodge comprises of an imposing late Georgian character family home, formally part of the Lord Derby Estate which covered a large part of the Fylde area. Set in an elevated position with landscape grounds and gardens, an extremely useful range of traditional red brick under slate outbuildings within in a plot totalling 9.25 acres or thereabouts, making it an ideal smallholding or equestrian facility.

The property is in a rural location with open southerly views, yet only a short drive to the main arterial roads linking into Blackpool and the Fylde coast, along with Junction 4 of the M55, making it ideal for those purchasers that wish to commute further afield.

The character farmhouse still retains some of its original features, including large entrance hallway, sash windows and high ceilings which offers the discerning purchaser the chance to alter and create a family home to their own taste and specifications. The internal accommodation includes entrance hall, front sitting room, dining room, inner hallway, lounge, office, utility, kitchen and to the first floor 2 excellent sized bedrooms, and a separate W.C.

The farmhouse is accessed by a private sweeping driveway to the front of the property but also has the benefit of a separate rear entrance to access the outbuildings. This family home will be of interest to those wishing to create a sizeable imposing family home with land and buildings for equestrian or amenity purposes.

The front door opens into a full length hallway, with a door leading to the front sitting room which is a lovely light room with views over the front and side of the garden, a feature stone fireplace and exposed original floorboards.

The dining room is a more formal space and has a carved wooden fireplace with marble insert providing a focal point and sash window to the front elevation.

Further down the hallway leads to a lounge which has a window to the side elevation, an open fireplace and built-in cupboards either side of the chimney.

The office houses the oil fired central heating boiler with a door leading to a useful utility room, with plumbing for washing machine, a coloured sink and small range of storage units.

The inner hallway leads to a rear kitchen breakfast room with a range of wall and base kitchen units, an Aga and a tiled floor.

There is an original staircase from the hallway leading to a half landing with a separate cloakroom. There is an open landing leading to the remainder of the first floor accommodation.

The bathroom is complete with a contemporary bathroom suite comprising of built in wardrobes, tiled floor, bath, W.C. and wash-hand basin.

The master bedroom is a large bedroom with an adjoining dressing room which then leads into a modern en-suite incorporating a large walk-in shower, airing cupboards, a glass feature double vanity basin, flagged floor, 2 further front bedrooms with double aspect sash windows.

A further fourth bedroom, being a large double with a window to the side of the property.

Outside the property comprises of large landscaped gardens with an expanse of lawned areas, private patio, mature Beech, Ash and Chestnut trees offering privacy and screening, but also complimenting the imposing nature of the farmhouse, together with well-maintained hedging to the side of the property. There is also an amenity woodland area.

To the rear of the property comprises of a range of single storey red brick under slate former loose boxes which are now ideal for storage, but could also be easily converted into an annexe, garaging, a leisure suite or stabling.

The land attaching to Mythop Lodge is adjacent to the property with a grassland field and amenity area in total extending to 7.48 acres or thereabouts.

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25 July 2016

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