3 bedroom detached house for saleLongwood Lane, Pilling, Preston
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***PART EXCHANGE CONSIDERED - subject to negotiation***ATTRACTIVELY PRESENTED VICTORIAN FARMHOUSE, boasting a wealth of characteristic features. Head Dyke House has an excellent range of OUTBUILDINGS including STABLES, plus a grazing paddock. The plot itself is set in a total 3.6 ACRES OTA. Located in the Village of Pilling.Head Dyke House comprises of an attractive Victorian red-brick former farmhouse finished to a high standard and boasting a wealth of period and characteristic features, including exposed beams, stone and brickwork. The open-plan style layout bathes the property in natural light, creating bright, spacious living accommodation. The property is situated in a rural location, nestled in just over 3.6 acres on the outskirts of Pilling village and sits within a superb garden plot, with a private duck pond and surrounding landscaped shrubbery,
providing an outstanding outlook to the property and creating a wonderfully tranquil setting.
The property benefits from an excellent range of stables, workshop, additional outbuildings and grazing paddock of some 1.7 acres, providing a fantastic opportunity for equestrian and lifestyle farming interests. The property also benefits from easily accessible road networks, with the A6 and M6 highways being only a short drive from the property. Briefly the residential property comprises:
From front entrance doorway, entrance porch, breakfast room, kitchen, formal sitting room, formal dining room, study, utility room with cloakroom off and to the first floor can be found a master bedroom, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom. In further detail the property comprises of the following: From tarmacadam driveway leading to front personnel access door into: Entrance porch with wooden single-glazed
window to the side of the property, farmhouse style red tiled flooring and wooden door with coloured patterned glass panes leading to:
Breakfast Room with uPVC double-glazed window to the front of the property, patterned farmhouse style red tiled flooring, double central heating radiator and open arch with beautifully exposed wooden lintel into: Kitchen with uPVC double-glazed window to the front of the property, double central heating radiator, exposed original red brick
walls, ‘L’ shaped range of base and wall mounted units in cream with complementary green worktops over, integral appliances to include dishwasher, sink and drainer unit, electric cooker point with four ring electric hob over and extractor, finished with patterned farmhouse style red tiled flooring and door leading into:
Hallway with stairs leading to the first floor, original hard wood panelled access door to the side with wooden single-glazed window over, double central heating radiator, original stone-flagged flooring, storage area under the stairs and door leading to: Formal dining room with uPVC double-glazed window to the rear of the property providing superb views over the duck pond and
surrounding garden, double central heating radiator, exposed ornamental wooden beams to the ceiling, exposed original stone-work on the external walls and open arch into: Formal sitting room with uPVC double-glazed window to the rear of the property, double central heating radiator, exposed original stone-work on the external walls and central feature original red brick chimney breast and fireplace with a matt black log burning stove, stone lintel surround and stone-flagged hearth creating a country warmth to the room.
From breakfast room, wooden door with patterned glass panes leading to:
Study with uPVC double-glazed window to the side of the property, exposed original stonework on the external walls, farmhouse style red tiled flooring, a range of spot lights and wooden stable door leading to: Utility with uPVC double-glazed window to the side of the property, exposed original stone-work on the external walls, farmhouse style red tiled flooring, a range of base units with plumbing for washing machine and sink and a range of spot lights. There is a wooden personnel access door to the rear of the property and door leading to:
Cloakroom with single glazed cockerel patterned stain-glass window to the rear of the property, farmhouse style red tiled flooring and low-level w.c. in white.
To the first floor there is a landing with uPVC
double-glazed window to the side of the property, double central heating radiator, access into the attic area and door leading to: Master bedroom with uPVC double-glazed window to the rear of the property providing magnificent views over the duck pond, double central heating radiator, bedside wall lights and feature chimney breast.
From landing, bedroom two with uPVC double-glazed window to the front of the property, double central heating radiator and full length fitted wardrobes. From landing, bedroom three with uPVC double glazed window to the rear of the
property, double central heating radiator and feature chimney breast with display shelving.
From landing, family bathroom with uPVC double-glazed window to the front of the property, double central heating radiator, suite in white comprising of low level w.c., pedestal wash-hand basin, tiled cubicle shower with wall-mounted electric power
shower, panelled bath, finished with part tiled
walls and a range of spot lighting.
To the side of the property can be found a painted block under pitched felted stableblock providing three beautifully presented stables, each with a wooden stable style door to the front elevation, concrete flooring with rubber matting over, automatic drinkers, hay rack, central light, canopy to the front and concrete apron providing ample yard area. The stable-block also provides great storage, including a tack room and general store/hay room to one end. To the side of this building
can be found a concrete block mono-pitched felted hay store with concrete flooring. To the side of the property can also be found a painted block mono-pitched felted workshop, with two single-glazed wooden windows to the side elevation and two single glazed wooden windows to the opposing side elevation, wooden vehicle access doors to the
front elevation, electricity connection, concrete flooring and central fluorescent light. Currently an open personnel access doorway splits the workshop into two parts. To the rear of the building is a log store, accessed via an open doorway on the side elevation. This building offers the perfect location for vehicle housing, maintenance or general storage. To the side of this building can be found a painted block mono-pitched felted garage/store with an open front elevation, electricity connection and concrete flooring. Garden
The gardens extend to the sides and rear of the property, providing an attractive backdrop to this stunning rural family home. To the sides can be found an enclosed garden laid to lawn, flagged and gravelled patio seating areas and raised flower/vegetable beds. To the rear an enclosed laid to lawn garden with a range of shrubs and trees surrounds a picturesque duck pond providing superb views from the property and creating a tranquil setting both in and outside of the house. The private driveway runs to the front of the property, opening out to a large open yard providing ample car parking.
The land at Head Dyke House comprises of an
enclosed fenced paddock extending to some 1.7 acres (0.7 hectares) or thereabouts with field access from the stable yard. The field provides excellent opportunities for equestrian and lifestyle farming interests.
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