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2 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Beckside, Broadith Lane, Goosnargh, Preston, Lancashire

Under Offer £475,000

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Tenure: Freehold

Beckside offers a WELL-PRESENTED STONE BARN CONVERSION which was converted by the current owners approximately 15 years ago to a lovely standard and provides well-proportioned accommodation. The property is set within LANDSCAPED GARDENS of 1.024 ACRES with a WILDLIFE GARDEN area and WILDLIFE POND areas accessed via various bridges over Mill Brook stream, adding greatly to the ambience of these beautiful grounds. There is a USEFUL RANGE OF OUTBUILDINGS, including a covered storm porch which leads to a workshop and garage building which provides excellent potential for conversion into further accommodation, should it be required, subject to gaining the necessary consents.


The ground floor comprises a large open-plan sitting room/dining room, kitchen, inner hallway with cloakroom and utility and to the first floor a large open landing leads to 2 bedrooms and a family bathroom.

The gardens extend predominantly to the rear, along with a sweeping concrete and gravel driveway, which provides access to a detached timber garage building. The gardens comprise of attractive herbaceous shrubs and grass boarders, perfect for those wishing for a relatively easily maintainable garden.

A York stone paved pathway leads to a timber, part-glazed door which opens into the spacious open-plan sitting/dining room. This room is bathed in natural light from French doors which provide access to the patio area to the rear. Exposed original beam work, the original flagged floor and an inset Clearview wood burning stove on a tiled hearth provide lovely character features. There is a rise of 2 steps from the sitting/dining room to the inner hall where there is an under stairs cupboard and a cloakroom comprising a w.c. and pedestal wash-hand basin. There is a spacious utility room which provides plumbing for a washing machine and a point for a tumble dryer. This room houses the central heating boiler and a diamond, vented wine store.

Off the inner hall can be found the kitchen which comprises attractive limed oak base and wall mounted fitted units with work surface over and 1 ½ sink and drainer. Integrated appliances include a double electric cooker, a hob with extractor over and microwave.

A staircase rises from the inner hall up to a galleried landing which is a beautiful area of exposed stone walls, original beam work and
provides views over the sitting/dining room, with doors leading off to the first floor accommodation.

The master bedroom, again as with many of the other rooms in this lovely home, has the benefit of windows to dual aspects and a further Velux window which provide a wonderful amount of natural light and is finished with reclaimed maple flooring.

Bedroom 2 is a more contemporary room, yet still benefits from the character of the exposed original beam work.

Also accessed from the galleried landing is the family bathroom which comprises a panelled bath with thermostatic power shower over, a low level w.c. and pedestal wash-hand basin. This room also benefits from the attractive feature open faced stone work.

Externally, to the front of the property, can be found a York stone paved pathway and a low maintenance garden area. The rear of the house can be accessed via a stone mono-pitched covered porchway with Victorian letter box for mail deliveries. This covered area provides access into the former agricultural building which comprises a workshop and large garage/storage area, previously used by the owners for the housing
of a caravan and subsequent motor home.

This former agricultural building provides the opportunity for storage of vintage cars, or tractors, or could be easily converted to provide further accommodation for the barn, subject to gaining the necessary consents.

The rear patio provides an attractive outlook to the property, with York stone and gravelled pathways leading to the lawned garden.

The lawned garden provides a large amount of garden space, with many differing areas, along with a detached timber garage building, with a tractor shed. Hidden amongst the garden are the various other garden buildings for the storage of garden machinery etc.

Leading from the main garden area, can be found a large array of gravelled pathways, which provide access to a wilder garden area and the Mill Brook stream, which gives the property its name. Various bridges provide access over the drainage stream to a wildlife garden area, with wildlife pond areas of longer grass and a number of mature shrubs and trees.

A further gated access leads onto Broadith Lane, which should it be required, could provide the opportunity to be converted for equestrian, or lifestyle farming type interests.


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  • Preston (6.1 mi)
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