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Old Hall Lane, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB2

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£600,000
Added on 16/06/2020
James Whitehead Professional Estate Agent, Blackburn
PROPERTY TYPE
Detached
BEDROOMS
x3
BATHROOMS
x2

Key features

  • Gas central heating and majority PVCu double glazing
  • Spacious throughout - 3 reception rooms + a large dining kitchen
  • 3 double bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Semi- rural surroundings with views to 3 sides
  • Village situation close to historic Catholic Priory
  • Village Pubs, Pleasington Golf Course and railway station [connects with West Coast main line]
  • Lovely countryside and walks on your doorstep
  • Great for commuters - M6, M65 & M61 all accessible
  • Options for possible extension and /or plot development [subject to any consents]

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

Description
Priory Croft is a particularly spacious mature detached bungalow occupying a generous plot, with unspoilt farmland views to both the front and rear. Properties in such a lovely location generally only come to market once every generation. Admittedly the property is in need of a 're-fresh' but its potential is superb, including possible development, primarily due to the substantial nature of its garden curtilage/plot. It is really well proportioned throughout with a generous central hallway, a large lounge, a separate dining room, a big dayroom/kitchen, a study, an office, three double bedrooms and two bathrooms. Gas central heating is installed and the property is double glazed throughout in PVCu framework

Location
Old Hall Lane is essentially a 'residents only' country lane [no access to through traffic]. It leads between the Priory and historic Pleasington Old Hall. Priory Croft has views to the early 19th century Priory from the lounge and kitchen windows. The property is within walking distance of Pleasington Railway station [connections to Preston for the West Coast main line], Pleasington golf course [widely recognised as one of the finest links in the North of England] and the two village pubs [The Butlers Arms and the Railway Hotel] which both serve proper beer and traditional fayre. Pleasington is convenient for Blackburn and Preston and the proximity of the M65, M61 and M6 Motorways provides commuting opportunities across the region [Manchester, Liverpool, airports etc].

Directions
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Accommodation

Ground Floor

Front hallway 3.67m x 1.21m
The property is entered through a PVCu framed door which open into the front section of the hallway. There is a cloaks/wc to the left and a very handy office to the right. A radiator is fitted and there is gallery shelving for displaying ornaments.

Cloaks/wc 2.22m x 1.50m
A separate cloak room offering a two-piece suit in white comprising of a vanity washbasin and a low-flush wc. Radiator

Office 3.67m x 1.52m
Perfect as a computer room/office for anyone who undertakes any form of home-working.

Central Hallway 4.61m (max) x 4.38m
This central hallway is more of an additional reception room and a great space for socialising and/or entertaining. It has a purpose fitted bar area with mirror panelling and plenty of shelving for drinks and glasses. A radiator is fitted and double opening doors connect directly with the dining room.

Lounge 7.11m x 4.88m (+ bay area)
A really spacious room with enviable open views over the rear garden and the farmland beyond. A side window offers aspects to Pleasington Priory which sits at the top of Old Hall Lane. The Priory is a beautiful building with early 19th century origins. The room has full solid wood parquet flooring and a stone fireplace with a slate hearth. Two double and one single radiators are installed. An outer door gives access to a south facing and decked garden terrace.

Dining Room 4.39m x 4.09m
A lovely traditional separate dining room with double doors to the reception hall and southerly views. There is a central 'French' window which opens to give direct access out into the garden. An inset fireplace has a raised flagged hearth and a gas living flame fire basket.

Dining Kitchen 7.11m x 2.96m (5.20m at widest point)
The dining kitchen is large. It is 'L' shaped and has a kitchen area within its widest section [with oven, hobs, plumbing for dishwasher etc], a range of fitted units [at both base and eye level] and a dining area with patio doors to the garden

Lobby
Connecting the kitchen with the side entrance hallway and the boiler room.

Boiler Room 1.87m x 0.99m
Housing the gas central heating boiler and hot water system.

Side Entrance 2.99m x 2.15m
With ceramic tiled flooring, space and connections for freezer and an additional fridge etc and an external entrance door.

Bedroom One 3.93m (+ bay area) x 3.94m
A ground floor double room with a bay window offering lovely views over the garden and farmland. Double radiator.

Bedroom Two 4.29m x 3.76m
Also on the ground floor, a good sized double room. It is located on the front of the bungalow. Double radiator.

House Shower Room/wc 2.78m x 1.95m
A contemporary facility in white offering a three piece suite comprising of a large semi-circular shower cubicle with glazed splash-screen doors, a wall-mounted wash basin and a low-flush wc. The elevations are ceramic tiled and an upright chrome radiator is fitted.

Study 3.74m x 3.34m
A generous study/studio, with a fitted central heating radiator. [With some reconfiguration this room could easily convert into a fourth bedroom].

Staircase

First Floor

Bedroom Three 4.40m x 4.40m
A double room, with farmland outlooks to both front and rear. Double radiator.

Bathroom/wc 2.64m (max) x 2.51m
With a four piece arrangement comprising of a bath, a shower cubicle, a pedestal wash basin and a low suite wc. [An inner door gives access to a loft storage area.]

External
Perhaps the main attraction of Priory Croft is its location and the generosity of its plot. There could be certain potential for property development but the property is being sold "as is" and as a fine example of a 1920's character property. It has design features typical of that era.

There is plenty of owner/visitor parking space and a detached garage with light/power and an electronic up/over door. The curtilage is mainly set to lawn and has stock-fenced boundaries with the adjoining farmland. The southerly views from the rear of the property are enviable. There is also un-spoilt farmland across Old Hall Lane itself.

Energy Performance Certificates

EPC

Old Hall Lane, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB2

NEAREST STATIONS

Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Pleasington Station0.4 miles
  • Cherry Tree Station1.0 miles
  • Mill Hill Station1.6 miles
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James Whitehead Professional Estate Agent, Blackburn

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