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Key features

  • Fantastic Family Home
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Fitted Farmhouse Kitchen
  • Spacious Reception Rooms
  • Three Piece Bathroom
  • Mature Planted Gardens
  • Abundance Of Character
  • Off Road Parking
  • Beautifully Presented

Property description

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This impressive, three bedroomed semi detached farm cottage conversion dating back to around 1669 originally owned by the Hoghton Estate of Hoghton Tower is situated in the rural heart of Brindle. With beautiful surrounding countryside, local stables and riding school and on a popular bridle way, the property is the perfect escape for a young family looking for a character property in a tranquilly rural setting. Having been maintained to an impeccable standard by its current occupants, the property is homely and inviting and has been extended to provide a superb kitchen with an adjoining utility room. Comprising briefly; An entrance porch leads you to a traditionally styled kitchen with Alpha cooker, adjoining utility room with WC and access to a dining hall. The dining hall houses a staircase to the first floor and has a door leading to a cosy reception room. The reception room is the heart of the home and enjoys a wood burning stove and access to a second entrance porch, used currently as a music room. To the first floor, you will find a spacious landing with doors allowing access to three bedrooms and a luxurious house bathroom suite featuring a roll top ball and claw bath tub. Externally the property enjoys mature gardens to the front, enclosed by trees and shrubbery, with a driveway for two cars. Viewings are essential to appreciate what this quaint, countryside home has to offer. Call our Chorley team today for further assistance.

Ground Floor -

Entrance Porch - Original oak front entrance door, double glazed window to the front and side, solid oak skirting's and feature door to reception room one.

Reception Room One - 17' x 13.9 - Double glazed windows to the front and rear with stone flagged sills, double panelled central heating radiator, exposed oak beamed ceiling, feature stone fire surround with stone hearth, television point, solid oak skirting's and casing and solid oak door to reception room two.

Reception Room Two - 17' x 15' - Two central heating radiators, beams to the ceiling, two double glazed windows to the front and two double glazed windows to the rear with feature stone flagged window sills, wall lights, solid oak skirtings, solid oak staircase to the first floor, understairs storage and door to the kitchen.

Kitchen - 12'6 x 12'6 - Range of handmade solid oak wall and base units with cherry wood work surfaces, Belfast double bowl sink with chrome effect mixer tap, fitted oil fired Alpha range cooker inset within the alcove with hand painted tiled elevations, feature rustic style tiled flooring, exposed rustic brick feature wall, beams to the ceiling, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for appliances, double glazed windows with stone flagged window sills, telephone points, spotlights and solid oak door to the utility room.

Utility Room - 9'6 x 4'3 - Range of handmade solid oak wall and base units with solid cherry work surfaces, Belfast sink with antique brass mixer tap, double glazed window to the rear, double panelled central heating radiator, beams to the ceiling with inset spotlights, plumbing for washing machine, space for freezer, extractor fan and solid oak door to cloak room.

Cloak Room - Solid oak panelled elevations, Victorian style two piece suite comprising: vanity top wash basin, low basin WC with original brass fittings, two oak cupboards, extractor fan, beams to the ceiling and inset spotlights.

First Floor -

Upstairs Lounge / Landing - 15' x 9'9 - Stone hearth housing a traditional log burning stove, gallery window to the rear with views and stone flagged window sill, double panelled central heating radiator, wall light points, beams to the ceiling, exposed stone elevation, solid oak balustrades, solid oak doors to the bathroom and master bedroom, solid oak skirtings, television point. (plans have been drawn up to convert this area into a fourth bedroom)

Bedroom One - 17'6 x 13'9 - Double glazed windows to the front and rear with stone flagged window sills, two double panelled central heating radiators, wall light points, television point, beams to the ceiling and door to en suite.

En Suite - 7' x 7' - Double glazed window, tile panelled bath, low basin WC and wall mounted wash basin.

Inner Landing - Loft access and solid oak doors to bedroom two and three.

Bedroom Two - 13' x 10'9 - Double glazed windows with feature stone flagged window sills, double panelled central heating radiator, wall light points and beams to the ceiling.

Bedroom Three - 13' x 6'3 - Double glazed windows, double panelled central heating radiator, wall light points and beams to the ceiling.

Bathroom - Three piece Victorian style suite comprising: pedestal wash basin with brass antique taps, low level WC with wooden cistern, original free standing roll top bath with Victorian brass mixer tap and shower attachment, double panelled central heating radiator, brass heated towel rail, beams to the ceiling, hand painted elevations, double glazed window to the rear and solid oak flooring.

External - To the front of the property is a cobbled driveway with gates. There is an attractive landscaped garden with well stocked shrubs and fruit trees, inter-twined with a pebbled garden area with inset stone flagged stepping stones leading to the porch. The front garden is high grade artificial turf and is enclosed by a mature tree and gates providing access to the driveway. To the side of the property a storage garden can be found enclosed by a wall. To the rear of the property is an access pathway. Extensive security lighting to the front. Alarm and wooden shed.

Agents Notes - Council Tax Band D.


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Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Pleasington Station2.3 miles
  • Bamber Bridge Station2.6 miles
  • Cherry Tree Station3.4 miles
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Keenans Estate Agents, Chorley

1 Fazakerley Street, Chorley, PR7 1BG

Keenans Estate Agents, Chorley

Keenans Estate Agents Ltd are an independent family founded business with a reputation for unrivalled service. We take an innovative, proactive approach to selling, alongside our drive and enthusiasm we use both traditional and digital marketing to promote your property. Our main ethos is to provide you, the customer, with an entirely stress free service, whether purchasing or selling your property.

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