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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Porch Cottages, White Coppice, Heapey, Chorley

Sold STC £535,000

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Tenure: Freehold

Character cottage providing STUNNING LIVING KITCHEN and TWO RECEPTION rooms along with FOUR BEDROOMS and TWO BATHROOMS to the first floor, all with rural outlooks. The spacious grounds total approx. 0.5 ACRES or thereabouts, with the property being set in stunning surroundings in one of the North-Wests most sought after locations yet only minutes away from Junction 8 of the M61.Dating to around 1850, 12 Porch Cottages represents a very unique opportunity. It is not that properties come to the market within the highly sought after and exclusive are of White Coppice. Set close to the cricket field on the edge of the West Pennine Moors, within a beautiful area of fell and agricultural land, this cottage has been painstakingly restored and modernised by its current owners who are now seeking to relocate.

Despite the popular nature of White Coppice the design of the grounds and exterior to 12 Porch Cottages has meant that full privacy is maintained. The property is deceptively spacious and benefits from large and secluded gardens. From the moment you drive into the grounds of the property you enter a private and pleasant setting that is ideal for family living. Internally the property combines period character features with carefully thought out modernisation.

In terms of accommodation the rear door leads into;
Kitchen: This stunning handmade Matthew Marsden kitchen has been purposely built for this home. Units are under lit and also have the benefit of a central island and additional built-in seating area, set within a feature window, giving views over the rear grounds. An AGA together with full range of NEFF appliances including dishwasher, washing machine, freezer, oven and grill along with two ceramic hotplates. This really is a multi-function room, ideally suited to family living.
Lounge: With feature open fireplace in cast iron and stone surround containing an open grate. Parquet wooden flooring, access to under-stairs cupboard and two feature alcoves, both of which are lit, with storage cupboards and windows looking on to cricket field and moor.
Reception Hallway: With oak flooring and windows to two sides including separate study area and stairs off to first floor.
Cloakroom: With oak handmade and mounted basin and w.c. in white.
Reception Room 2: With tremendous amounts of natural light via the French windows and windows to the patio, additional windows to side and cleverly concealed storage built in to three areas.

First Floor: To the first floor there is a landing with access to airing cupboard along with the following bedroom accommodation.
Master Bedroom: This double bedroom has the benefit of an en-suite bathroom along with built in wardrobes and drawers and stunning views.
En-Suite Bathroom: Comprising bath with shower mixer tap, pedestal hand wash basin and w.c. along with a feature roof light.
Bedroom two: This bedroom is situated to the rear and again has further rural views.
Family Bathroom: With views and outlook to the side, en-suite in white comprising pedestal hand wash basin, w.c. and Matki power shower.
Bedroom Three: Situated to the front with views over the cricket green and moor.
Bedroom Four: Set to the front of the property with a range of built-in wardrobes and views over cricket green and moor.

The gravel driveway leads through to the spacious turning and parking area. Directly to the rear of the house is a raised and perfectly planned out outdoor entertainment area with stone flagging. The remainder of the grounds are predominantly lawn and cover a total plot of approximately 0.5 acres. There are mature trees, bushes and shrubs including the vibrantly flowering rhododendron.
Buildings: The buildings upon site are of timber construction and include 3 garages, stable and tack room and wood store. There is also a separate stone built Boiler House/Store Room which has been fully insulated and is ideal for additional storage.

Services: The property has the benefit of mains water, private foul water drainage and tank gas (LPG) supply along with mains electricity.
Title & Tenure: The property is offered for sale Freehold.
Council Tax: Band E
Local Authority: Chorley Borough Council

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14 July 2016

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