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Brindle Mill Cottage, Bournes Row, Hoghton, Preston

Under Offer £270,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A quintessential English cottage beautifully situated within its own oasis of lush gardens and orchard. Built in the early Victorian era around 1840 Brindle Mill has been entirely and lo (truncated)

Full description

A quintessential English cottage beautifully situated within its own oasis of lush gardens and orchard. Built in the early Victorian era around 1840 Brindle Mill has been entirely and lovingly restored to surpass its former self. Playing host to a mass of original features and impeccable detail, including hand crafted, wooden mock sash windows.
The elegant interior briefly comprises: Entrance hall with open spindle staircase, reception room with large multi fuel burner, a second reception room with French doors to the study, ground floor wc, a farmhouse style dining room open to the rustic country kitchen.
Upstairs: three double bedrooms, family bathroom and shower room.Outside offers extensive front and rear gardens with orchard, kitchen garden, lawns and a range of outbuilding including a two story detached garage and workshop with ample parking. EPC TBC


Detached Garage Block/Work Shop 
5.49m x 4.27m
A wonderful wooden structure with slate roof and two sets of "barn style" garage doors. Spanning two floors! currently used as a work shop the space would easily accommodate two cars. Upstairs is the ideal storage area, with the edition of a slate roofed wood store measuring 14' x 5'.

To The Front... 
The front garden is a quintessential English garden with a beautiful green lawn, well established flower beds and boarders and mature Hazel, Beech and Pine trees. A tarmac driveway also runs the length of the garden fronted with wooden gates.

Bathroom 
2.44m x 2.74m
The family bathroom is tastefully decorated and dwarfs the three piece suite found within, comprising of: panelled bathtub, pedestal hand basin and low flush toilet. Finished with a pine dado rail and obscured window to the rear.

To The Side... 
Originally a separate plot, this area is currently used to house an assortment of chicken coops to the front and a lush orchard to the rear hosting an array of fruit trees including plum, apple, pear and damson.

To The Rear... 
An oasis of colour and life, this gardeners dream has it all, a large paved patio area ideal for outdoor hosting, a series of beautiful lawned areas, a thriving kitchen garden, mature flower beds and a range of outbuilding.

Shower Room 
1.52m x 0.6m
Currently in an unfinished state with newly plastered walls, new plumbing and electrics. Could easily be opened to the bathroom, the ideal project.

Bedroom 3 
2.44m x 3.35m
A third double bedroom with new carpet, built in storage with water tank and window to the side with miles of green fields to gaze upon.

WC 
With door to the rear patio, ideal for gardeners and summer BBQ's

Entrance Hall 
3.96m x 1.22m
Enter through the reclaimed glazed front door in the bright entrance hall, showcasing an open spindle staircase and duplex landing to the first floor, underfoot you will find terracotta tiles. The entrance hall boasts original features including stripped pine doors, ceiling rose and Victorian moulded archway.

Reception Room 1 
4.88m x 3.35m
Awash with natural light the room offers a walk in bay window to the front and window to the side with stunning views of the gardens and countryside beyond. Tastefully restored with new windows, plaster and French doors to the dining room. Encompassing original features such as apple and dart coving and ceiling rose. The room is centred around a large multi fuel burner under an impressive stone fireplace with marble hearth.

Reception Room 2 
3.96m x 3.6m
A stunning dual aspect second reception room elegantly boasting an original wrought iron fireplace in full working order and tiled surround, apple and dart coving , ceiling rose, picture rail and French doors to the study.

Dining Room 
2.44m x 4.27m
This beautiful farmhouse dining room is open to the kitchen extension and features a full wall red brick arched fireplace, tiled floor, window to the rear and a full length storage cupboard.

Kitchen 
3.3m x 3.05m
This rustic country kitchen really is the heart of the home, with vaulted ceiling and windows to the rear garden . The kitchen its self offers solid pine fronted wall, drawer and base units further enhanced with tiled splash backs and flooring, stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap. Plumbed for an electric cooker, washing machine, and dishwasher with space for a fridge.

Study 
2.41m x 2.74m
Currently set as a study home office with the potential to become a play room, snug or self contained annex with the second reception room. With built in storage, French doors both to the second reception room and patio area.

Bedroom 1 
3.96m x 3.33m
This fabulous space is dual aspect and bursting with potential! Offering a wrought iron fireplace in full working order, built in wardrobes and a dressing area measuring 4' x 5'. The room also retains its original coving, ceiling rose and picture rail.

Bedroom 2 
3.96m x 3.6m
Slightly larger than bedroom one, with fully working Victorian fireplace and large window to the front.

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
14 September 2016

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