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Brinscall Mill Road, Heapey, Chorley, Lancashire

Key features

  • Beautiful extended semi-detached stone property
  • Four Bedrooms, one to the ground floor with en-suite
  • Annexe accommodation suitable for multi-generational living or home office
  • Further Bathroom and Shower Room to the first floor
  • Large attached garage with electricity, hot/cold water and roof storage
  • Sizeable plot extending to 2.07 acres (0.84ha) OTA
  • Stunning semi-rural location ‘tucked away and off the beaten track’

Property description

This stunning extended stone property must be viewed internally to fully appreciate the extent and quality of the accommodation on offer. The setting offers the much sought-after rural lifestyle but sitting within a small cluster of neighbouring properties, it does not feel isolated. The location allows for excellent access to regional motorways making it a perfect property for commuting.Entry is taken to the side into the newly added extension. The beautiful Reception Hallway is flooded with natural light from front facing double glazed windows and roof lights. Neutral décor and tiled flooring add to this light and airy space. From the hall there is access into the Ground Floor Bedroom which benefits from a high vaulted ceiling and external door, making it perfect as an annex for multi-generational living. Off this room there is a stunning Wet Room, En-Suite with shower, wash hand basin and WC.

Glazed double doors lead through into the Dining Room and into the Sitting Room. This generous room offers dual aspect windows to the front and rear, solid wood flooring, character ceiling beams and feature fireplace housing an open fire with picture tiled insert.

The Kitchen is fitted with a range of cream wall, drawer and base units with contrasting work top surfaces over. There is a breakfast bar, space for a range style cooker, plumbing for a dishwasher, twin farmhouse sinks and space for fridge freezer. The ceiling features inset lighting and character beam. Wooden open tread staircase leads to the first floor.

From the kitchen, steps lead up to a glazed door leading to a Utility/Boot Room which features base units, inset sink, tiled flooring and access door to the rear. The oil central heating boiler is also located here.

The remaining ground floor room is a Lounge/Sitting Room which is situated to the front of the house. This room features a front facing window, wood burning stove and built in storage cupboard to alcove.

Moving up to the first floor there are three Double Bedrooms, two of which have fitted wardrobes. The Bathroom features a three piece suite comprising of panelled bath, wash hand basin with storage below and low suite WC.

There is also a separate en-suite Shower Room (please note, following the installation of a new boiler and high-pressure hot water system, the shower is currently disconnected and will need replacing). This additional room could also be utilised as a further bedroom, dressing room or study if required.

Externally the property sits in a plot of 2.07 acres (0.84ha) OTA. This land consists of a raised garden area to the rear, a side terrace for entertaining, grassed fenced paddock areas with timber shed and an outhouse with large, decked veranda. There are over 50 trees, a natural waterfall and a stream running the entire length of the property which creates a haven for wildlife. .

To the immediate rear there are some outstanding groundworks required as a result of the extension being built. This will be the purchase’s responsibility and has been reflected in the guide price.



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Brinscall Mill Road, Heapey, Chorley, Lancashire


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Chorley Station2.6 miles
  • Buckshaw Parkway3.3 miles
  • Euxton Balshaw Lane Station3.9 miles
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Armitstead Barnett, Burscough

59 Liverpool Road North, Burscough, Lancashire L40 0SA

With roots dating back to 1860, creating a strong sense of tradition, yet fully embracing of modern technology, professional photography and bespoke marketing, Armitstead Barnett specialise in the marketing of character homes, equestrian properties, rural premises and development opportunities.  

Our properties are situated throughout the villages of Lancashire and the surrounding areas.

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