4 bedroom detached house for saleMoor Farm, Reservoir Road, Barnacre, Preston
STUNNING LOCATION with FAR REACHING VIEWS. 4 BEDROOM FARMHOUSE and OUTBUILDINGS, set in 1.2 ACRES or thereabouts, allowing purchasers the opportunity of acquiring a stone farmhouse type property which provides well-proportioned family accommodation over three floors and also has the benefit of Detailed Planning Consent for further extension to the side.Constructed in the late 1990s, the property is sat within a simply stunning position providing fantastic rural views over North Lancashire and can, subject to the right weather conditions, provide views of the Lakeland Fells, the offshore wind turbines at Barrow, Blackpool and Southport and the North Wales coast.
The property is sat within a plot of 1.2 acres and also benefits from a useful steel portal frame workshop building with side lean-to.
Briefly, the property comprises of a substantial random stone with stone coins, sills and lintels providing entrance hallway/vestibule, formal sitting room, kitchen diner, day room, utility, to the first floor can be found a master bedroom with en-suite, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom, and to the second floor two attic rooms, one used for general storage and the other as a
There is Detailed Planning Consent for the extension of the house to the site, to demolish the existing single storey structure and replace it with a purpose built utility room and garden room/family room. The footings have been placed in the property, therefore we understand that the Planning Consent remains live. In further detail the property known as Moor Farm comprises of the following:
From timber front personnel access door into the Entrance Vestibule - with oak effect uPVC leaded glazed windows to two sides, flagged flooring, exposed stone arch with wall mounted electricity meter cupboard and floor, mounted water meter and frosted glazed door into:
Entrance Hallway with flagged flooring, stairs leading to first floor, central heating radiator, range of wall and centre lights and door leading to:
Sitting Room with hardwood timber effect uPVC double glazed windows to the front of the property and uPVC double glazed patio doors to the rear, two Victorian central heating radiators, feature stone fireplace with flagged hearth and open Baxi style grate and finished with exposed beam work to ceiling, range of wall lights and two central lights. From Hallway:
Kitchen/Diner with oak effect uPVC double glazed window to the rear and oak effect uPVC double glazed door to the rear, range of base and wall mounted units in mid-oak with contrasting speckled worktops over, integral appliances to include double electric cooker, 4 ring electric hob with extractor over, single stainless steel sink unit, plumbing for dishwasher and integral fridge with solid fuel green Rayburn cooker, Victorian central
heating radiator, lino flooring and open arch into the Day Room with oak effect uPVC double glazed windows to the front and side, Victorian central heating radiator, door leading back to hallway, finished with exposed beam work.
To the first floor can be found an open landing with oak effect uPVC double glazed window to the front of the property, Victorian central heating radiator, open to eaves height providing access to the second staircase with Velux window to the front, exposed beam work. Accessed from landing 1 can be found:
Bedroom 1 with oak effect uPVC double glazed window to the rear, double central heating radiator and finished with sanded floorboards. From landing:
Family Bathroom with oak effect uPVC double glazed window to the rear of the property, suite in white comprising of panel bath, pedestal wash-hand basin and low level w.c. finished with Victorian style central heating radiator and oak effect flooring, central light and extractor. From landing:
Bedroom 2 with oak effect uPVC double glazed window to the rear of the property, double central heating radiator and sanded floorboards.
Bedroom 3 with oak effect uPVC double glazed windows to the front and side of the property, double central heating radiator, sanded floors and airing cupboard complete with hot water cylinder. From landing:
Master Bedroom with oak effect uPVC double glazed window to the front of the property, double central heating radiator, sanded floorboards and door leading to the En-Suite with suite in white comprising of low level w.c., pedestal wash-hand basin, cubicle shower with wall mounted Mira Azora electric power shower with duck boarding to
three walls, chrome heated towel rail, central light and extractor fan.
To the second floor can be found a further open landing area with access to Under Eaves Store and doors leading to:
Storage Room No.1 Velux window to the front of the property and exposed brickwork. From Landing:
Storage Room No.2/Office with Velux window to the front of the property, exposed brickwork to all walls and finished with floor boarding.
To the front of the property can be found a hard-core car parking area providing ample car parking, to the side can be found currently the utility room with timber personnel access door to the front, timber single glazed window to the front, the house pressurised hot water cylinder, plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Adjacent to this can be found a further random stone storage building and beyond this a range of semi-derelict former pig sties.
To the rear of the property can be found a further lawned garden area providing a secluded patio area for the property. To the other side of the property can be found a raised lawned garden area which we understand has Planning Consent for the construction of a garage.
The main gardens of the property extends to the front of the property and are laid to lawn and have the potential, should it be required, to be used for lifestyle farming or equestrian purposes. To the front of the property and located in a semi-sunken position, can be found the workshop building comprising of a substantial steel portal frame building, pitched box profile roof with block walls to half height and box profile cladding over, utilised for general storage, complete with power, light and water available. To the side of the property can be found a lean-to steel portal framed building under mono-pitched box profile roof with concrete block walls to half height and Yorkshire board cladding over.
Having measured the site, we can confirm that it extends to some 1.2 acres and is encompassed within a boundary of part Quick Thorn, part post and sheet netting fencing with mature shrubbery planting and trees.
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