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Property Description

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  • 2,577 SQ FT /239.4 SQ M APPROX. EPC: D

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Tenure: Freehold

THIS AMAZING BARN CONVERSION OF 2006/7 ENJOYS A STUNNING VILLAGE LOCATION IN THE BEAUTIFUL RIBBLE VALLEY, HANDY FOR JUNCTION 31 M6. With three reception rooms and four double bedrooms, lovely gardens, pony paddock and stable block. (2,577 sq ft /239.4 sq m approx. EPC: D).

Quality flooring, oak farmhouse kitchen with Aga, Villeroy & Boch bathroom with Travertine.

From Clitheroe follow south towards Preston along the A59. Continue over the Petre roundabout for approximately five miles, turning right just before the Bay Horse Public House onto Osbaldeston Lane. Continue down the lane bearing right at the bottom carrying on along Osbaldeston Lane for approximately three quarters of a mile. Fletchers Farm is located along a private lane, on the left hand side directly after Houghton Farm Cottage and directly before the cottages known as 'The Green'. Fletchers Farm is the second property on the right hand side.

Mains supplies of gas, water and electricity. Gas central heating. Drainage is to a septic tank. Council tax is payable to RVBC Band G. We are advised the tenure is Freehold. Planning Permission was granted 18/1/2017 (3/2016/1008) for the construction of a horse training ménage with associated fencing and services adjacent to the existing stable block. A plan is available at our office.

A lovely rural situation, just off Osbaldeston Lane providing both tranquillity and privacy in a beautiful setting whilst affording the security of nearby neighbours. Access to Junction 31 of the M6 is within minutes and Fletchers Farm is also well placed to reach a range of local Ribble Valley schools and shopping facilities.

A high standard of internal fixtures and fittings is found throughout Fletchers Farm. The general theme of joinery is that of quality hardwood such as mahogany internal doors and skirtings with pitched pine double glazed windows and polished oak flooring in the master bedroom. There is an abundance of quality floor coverings; stone to the dining hall and porch, rustic terracotta tiling to the kitchen and family room, Travertine to the house bathroom and quarry tiling in the utility. The property is warmed by gas central heating with a combination of French antique cast iron radiators along with a minority of reproduction items. The boiler is a Worcester Bosch Highflow gas combination type. The property benefits from a security alarm system which incorporates external security lighting. There is halogen down-lighting in certain areas and a special finish dimmer light switch and plug socket cover to many rooms. The traditional farmhouse style kitchen diner is fashioned in French oak complemented by granite counters, tiled splashbacks and a pot sink with a gas Aga. Within the kitchen there are Neff built-in/integrated appliances comprising dishwasher, oven, combination oven/microwave, warming drawer and an induction hob. There are feature stone fireplaces to the family room and dining room. The one in the family room has a Turnberry living flame stove and an Esse solid fuel stove in the dining room. The bathroom features Villeroy & Boch sanitaryware with Hansgrohe and a Hansgrohe Pharo shower system with Travertine walls and floor.

Approached through impressive electrically operated iron gates with matching railings and stone walls/gateposts, a pebbled drive runs to a detached stone garage with up-and-over electric door. The delightful gardens consist of lawns traversed with York stone and pebbled paths/patios, with mature well stocked borders. To the far end of the garden lies a pond with a timber jetty and gazebo. There is an orchard with apple and damson trees and for the budding equestrian, a pony paddock of approximately 1.5 acres. There is also an excellent stable block consisting of three stables, a hay store and a tack room; water and electricity connected.

This high quality barn conversion was completed during 2006/07 to a very high standard with an exceptional level of fixtures and fittings. Having attractive stone walls under a slate roof, the welcome symmetry of the front elevation gives the property a commanding presence. The heavy set front door opens to a porch, the impressive dining hall offering a warm welcome to its guests. With the galleried first floor landing in view, it is kept warm with an Esse solid fuel stove; a great place for entertaining. The lounge has a contemporary style gas fire and offers an additional place to rest and relax; ideal as a teenagers den. Mostly you will be drawn to spending time in the family room which has windows on two elevations and French doors leading to the garden. The gas stove gives you instant warmth and will ensure you stay toasty and warm. Positioned next to the kitchen diner and linked either side of a central chimney breast, an Aga is the natural focal point within the kitchen, providing deep warmth on a cold day. Additionally there are Neff appliances previously mentioned. The use of warm French oak and granite counters helps create a reassuringly traditional feel. With a Belfast under-counter sink and an island unit that comfortably accommodates four stools, this is a very pleasant and appealing space. The utility is separate and incorporates a wc.

We love the landing and the seating area above porch which is drenched in light; a great place to read the Sunday papers. The sumptuous master bedroom has a vaulted ceiling and looks across the gardens to the stables and paddock. It has a fitted dressing room and a three piece wet room. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are both front facing and have fitted wardrobe and washbasin. The fourth is used as a study, but within its built-in furniture there is a pull-down bed and also a dressing table. The luxurious bathroom has Villeroy & Boch sanitaryware and a Travertine shower cubicle with a multi-jet Hansgrohe Pharo shower unit. Towels warm on a chrome radiator and electric underfloor heating keeps your feet happy.

This is certainly a lifestyle led property and with its beautiful and highly convenient location will appeal to the commute conscious/equestrian minded buyer.

Agents Note
Whilst the Agents have walked the boundaries, we have not carried out a detailed measurement survey of the land and therefore any necessary checks should be carried out by the purchaser's professional advisors prior to exchange of contracts.

Strictly by appointment with the Agents. (PIQ available on request).

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