2 bedroom cottage for saleLane Top, Winewall, Lancashire
Guide Price £229,950
- 17th Century Grade II listed cottage
- Tranquil conservation area, views
- Numerous original features
- Sizeable lounge, dining kitchen
- 2 beds, 4-pce bathrm, parking, garden
- Attic - potential for conversion
Hill Top Farm Cottage comprises a 17th Century Grade II listed farm cottage constructed Circa 1660. The property is situated towards the outskirts of Winewall on the fringe of open countryside set in a delightful and tranquil conservation area. This charming country cottage boasts numerous original features to include stone mullion windows, exposed stone corbels, oak beams, Inglenook fireplaces to the lounge, kitchen and master bedroom together with an original timber and pegged rear door. On entering the property to the ground floor you are greeted by an impressive and sizeable lounge with Inglenook fireplace, feature beamed ceiling and mullion windows. Situated to the rear of the property is the dining kitchen which enjoys a U shaped arrangement of matching wall, base and drawer units with contrasting working surfaces, integrated halogen hob and fan assisted electric oven. An abundance of period features include the mullion windows, beamed ceiling, Inglenook fireplace, exposed stone work and stone seat. Original rear door and stable door beyond overlooks and accesses the rear garden. A balustrade staircase ascends to the first floor and a luxurious Karndean flooring provides the finishing touches.
On the first floor the landing features exposed stone walling and door frames and original sanded and varnished floorboards. An open tread staircase provides access to the second floor. The master bedroom is stunning and sizeable and is situated to the front of the property with feature mullion windows, exposed stone walling and fabulous Inglenook fireplace. There are fitted wardrobes with louvered doors and a central vanity sink unit. The second bedroom is situated to the rear of the property and comprises a single bedroom with mullion windows, beamed ceiling and decorative fireplace. The bathroom houses a modern four piece suite in white comprising low level wc, pedestal hand wash basin, panelled bath and separate Quadrant tiled shower cubicle. There is a beamed ceiling and mullion window. To the second floor is an attic occasional bedroom three which is situated to the rear of the property with two velux skylights, exposed stone walling and beamed ceiling. There is a second attic space which is a substantial storage facility with further potential for conversion if required. Externally, to the front of the property is a private paved driveway together with a small planted area. To the rear is a paved patio area and garden laid mainly to lawn with shed and open views to the rear.
The property presents an ideal purchase for retiring individuals or professional couples seeking a rural base/hideaway but convenient for local facilities. The M65 is within minutes driving distance providing excellent commuting throughout East Lancashire. The historic market town of Skipton is within 15 minutes driving distance which is the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales and again provides excellent commuting to Leeds city centre. An internal inspection is absolutely imperative to fully appreciate the property's stunning and deceptive accommodation together with its numerous original features.
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