8 bedroom detached house for saleWhalley Road, Clitheroe, BB7
- 8 Bedrooms
- Dining Room
Dating back to 1879, Barraclough House boasts almost 6000 square feet of accommodation over three floors, as well as a cellar which includes a wine store. This exceptional period property stands in large mature gardens and patio areas of approximately 2 acres to the south and west, perfect for daytime and evening entertaining in the sunshine. Separated by a meandering brook (Barrow Clough) there is a private woodland extending to 3.7 acres where there are a large number of mature trees and plants which provide a haven for many species of birds and other wildlife. Surrounded by open countryside, there are panoramic views of Stonyhurst, Kemple End, Beacon Fell, Waddington Fell and Clitheroe Castle.
Barraclough House retains a wide range of period features throughout the property. These include original exposed wooden floors, open fireplaces, high skirting boards, decorative cornices and corbels and floor to ceiling windows which give the house an abundance of natural light. The contemporary features which have been introduced are subtly integrated.
Barraclough House is located to the south of the historic market town of Clitheroe. Named after Barrow Clough, the small brook which runs through the woodland area at the bottom of the garden, Barraclough House is situated within the picturesque Ribble Valley. Approximately three quarters of a mile from the A59, Barraclough House offers road links to the M65, M66 and M6. It is also on a bus route and within walking distance of Clitheroe town centre which has direct rail links to Manchester. Clitheroe offers all major amenities including a range of supermarkets, doctors surgeries, dentists and boutique shopping opportunities. Eating out in the Ribble Valley with its many award-winning restaurants and hostelries is nationally renowned for its excellence. Education in the area has a wide choice of quality schools and prep-schools including Clitheroe Royal Grammar School, Stonyhurst College and Oakhill College.
M65 8 miles; M6 12 miles; Preston 14 miles; Skipton 21 miles; Manchester 29 miles.
From our Whalley office proceed along King Street in the direction of Clitheroe, crossing two mini roundabouts continue into Clitheroe Road for approximately 1.5 miles. At the junction with Whalley Road (A671) turn left towards Clitheroe and Barraclough House is situated approximately half a mile on the left hand side.
Feature floor to ceiling glazed bay window with panoramic views over the surrounding countryside, pierced ceiling cornice and original fireplace with marble and cast-iron inset enclosing open fire.
With boarded floor, four floor to ceiling windows which look over the formal gardens to the south and open country views to the west, feature veined marble fireplace with cast-iron inset enclosing open fire, heavy moulded ceiling cornice, double opening doors to hallway.
The heart of the home is the bespoke Simpsons of Colne kitchen, hand-made in hardwood with granite work tops and Miele appliances. There is an island unit with prep sink, a double Belfast sink unit, four-oven Aga, armoire-style double fridge and a spacious area for dining.
Two floor to ceiling ss windows, feature marble fireplace with tiled inset and fitted living flame gas fire, ceiling coving, picture rail.
With part-raised seating area, fireplace with oak surround, and built-in cupboards to side of chimney breast.
With Belfast sink unit, door to car-port and outside area, plumbed and drained for two automatic washing machines, vented for dryer, built-in shelved storage cupboard.
With pitch pine parquet floor and fitted wall cupboards.
A cosy family room perfect for snuggling down to read or watch the television.
Boot Room/Side Entrance Vestibule
With cloaks hooks and fitted shelving ideal for storage of outdoor clothing and footwear.
Traditional two piece suite comprising low suite wc, bracket wash hand basin, towel rail.
Wide Feature Staircase Leading to Half Landing, First Floor and Spacious Landing/Study Area
With oak balustrade, feature wood panelled walls, window seat with storage box and four panelled window.
Offering wonderful views towards Stonyhurst and Kemple End, feature arched window, recess with walk-in wardrobe leading to...
Four piece suite comprising rolled top bath with claw and ball feet and shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash-back, double shower cubicle, high level wc.
Bedroom Two (Over Dining Room)
Feature bay window with spectacular views over the surrounding countryside.
Bedroom Three (Over Study)
Stripped original floor boards and views towards Clitheroe and beyond.
Three piece suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash-back, high level wc, roll top bath with claw and ball feet and shower attachment, feature leaded light coloured glass entrance door.
The accommodation comprises:
Entrance Vestibule and Hallway
The Tudor-style main entrance creates an impressive introduction to the property. The spacious hallway with its high ceiling also retains its original terrazzo tiled floor which leads to the main reception rooms.
With access to two large KEEPING CELLARS and WINE CELLAR.
This exceptional period property lies in formal gardens of approximately 2 acres and further mature woodland extending to 3.7 acres in total. The principal garden areas are mainly laid to lawn with a wide variety of well stocked flower beds and mature trees. To the rear of the property is a feature sunken garden with stone boundary walls and lawned areas giving access to the woodland area with woodland walk. Large Detached Garage/WorkshopMeasuring 36'0 x 24'0 externally with two electric roller-shutter entrance doors and three phase electricity supplied, separately alarmed. There is an adjoining lean-to wooden shed with electricity.The private driveway leading from the A671 extends to the side of the property allowing sufficient space for further car parking, being laid with tarmacadam and brick paviers.To the side of the property is a detached car-port with parking for three large vehicles. The car-port also houses a three room store which includes a gardners wc, tool (truncated)
Ribble Valley Council Tax Band GFreehold Tenure and free from Chief RentMains gas, mains electricity, mains waterSewerage to Septic TankSquare footage: 6,837 sqftAcreage: 3.74 acres
Bedroom Four (Over Home Theatre)
Overlooking the formal garden to the rear, picture rail, ceiling coving.
Bedroom Five (Over Kitchen)
Two built-in shelved recesses, separate shelved storage cupboard.
With store place under stairs.
Walk-in Linen Cupboard
Three piece suite comprising shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, low suite wc, part-tiled wall.
Secondary Rear Staircase to Ground Floor Accommodation
Staircase to Second Floor
Featuring an original sink at the top of the stairs and with access to storage area under eaves.
Four piece suite comprising roll top bath with claw and ball feet, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash-back, low suite wc, corner shower cubicle, traditional cast-iron corner fireplace.
With two windows overlooking the formal gardens, traditional cast-iron corner fireplace, LED ceiling down lights, original stripped boarded floor.
Laminate floor, traditional cast-iron fireplace, dado panelled walls.
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