6 bedroom detached house for sale

Samlesbury, Preston, PR5

Guide Price £875,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Six Bedrooms
  • Four Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Sitting room
  • Four Bathrooms
  • Games/cinema room
  • Gardens
  • Garage
  • EPC Rating = E

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A stunning six bedroom Georgian property located in a semi rural position with excellent transport links.

Location

Samlesbury House is nestled in a convenient rural position in the hamlet of Samlesbury Bottoms, surrounded by open countryside with walks from the front door. Samlesbury has a thriving local community with the village pub, a church and Samlesbury school right by the River Ribble.

Although the property is surrounded by open countryside, it is conveniently located for family amenities. A few minutes drive away is Huntleys Farm Shop, providing an ice cream parlour, restaurant and Food Hall. Just up the lane is Stanley House & Spa offering unrivalled facilities for miles around.

A ten minute drive towards Preston will bring you to Waitrose, Vue Cinema, Marks & Spencer and other household named shops. Ten minutes in the other direction you will find the quaint village of Whalley and all the activities that the Ribble valley offers. The property is convenient for numerous private schools including Westholme, Stonyhurst and QUEGS. There is also a bus service to Bolton School.

The M6 motorway network is a perfect three miles away which ensures quick and easy access to Manchester (35 minutes), Liverpool, Lancaster and the Lake District and beyond. Preston Station offers hourly trains to London Euston & Edinburgh and frequent links to Manchester, Manchester airport and Liverpool. Manchester Airport is 45 minutes from the house straight down the motorway network.

Preston 6 miles, Lancaster 29 miles, Manchester 32 miles, Manchester airport 42 miles, Lake District 45 miles.

Description

Samlesbury House is a perfect example of a traditional detached Georgian property with tall ceilings and large windows that flood the house with light, spread over four floors with a wealth of period features offering a comfortable family home.

A welcoming hallway with traditional detailed moulded ceiling coving and wooden floor leading to the light and bright country style kitchen breakfast room to the left and substantial sized drawing room to the right.

The kitchen breakfast room with dual aspect windows and French doors leading out to the inviting terrace provides and abundance of light along with the tasteful colour scheme. Offering a range of bespoke hand made base and wall units with complementing work top and island, integrated appliances and double Belfast sink. A comfortable dining space makes this room perfect for entertaining. Across the hallway to the inviting drawing room with feature Chesneys marble solid fuel open fireplace, French doors on to a decked balcony area to admire the surrounding views over the gardens and beyond.

To the lower ground floor with engineered oak flooring and under floor heating is a comfortable sitting/music room with a traditional looking gas fireplace for cosy convenience. The adjacent substantially sized Games/Cinema Room is wired for surround sound. In addition there is a large Wet Room, Utility Area and a Boot Room with access out to the bottom patio and Gardens.

To the first floor four double bedrooms, one being currently used as a dressing room and a master bedroom with en suite shower room, all with traditional sash windows, and a family bathroom. A hidden staircase takes you to the second floor with two further bedrooms with feature exposed beams and a bathroom.

Externally

The property is accessed through solid wood electric gates. Next to the house is a double garage, shed and coal store. Surrounding the house are manicured gardens with mature shrubs, topiary and established herbaceous borders. The Gardens are secluded and private, being mainly laid to lawn, featuring an original sundial dating back to 1806. Interest is created with terraced patio areas, a vegetable garden, and a sweeping gravel driveway with an original carriage lamp. Steps down past the vegetable garden lead to the lane which in turn leads to the River Darwen.

Services

Mains gas, water and electric, a water treatment plant for foul drainage. All rooms have Sky and CAT 5 cabling installed by Majik House.

Square Footage: 3,540 sq ft

Directions

From Clitheroe, follow the A59 towards Preston. After passing through the village of Osbaldeston, take the first exit at the roundabout and then turn left onto Myerscough Smithy Road. At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Brand Road and after half a mile, turn right onto Preston New Road. After one mile, turn left onto Nab's Head Lane and follow the road for one mile. Turn right onto Goosefoot Lane and after about a 1/3 of a mile the property will be on the left hand side, approached by a set of wooden electric gates.


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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
29 September 2017

Nearest stations

  • Pleasington (2.2 mi)
  • Cherry Tree (2.9 mi)
  • Mill Hill (3.4 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Pleasington (2.2 mi)
  • Cherry Tree (2.9 mi)
  • Mill Hill (3.4 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Savills, Clitheroe

5 Church Street Clitheroe BB7 2DD

01200 319085 Local call rate

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Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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