3 bedroom detached house for saleNew Barn Lane, Rossendale, Lancashire, BB4
Offers in Region of
- DETACHED FARMHOUSE
- STUNNING PANORAMIC VIEWS
- c. 23 ACRES
- BEAUTIFULLY TENDED GARDENS
- GOOD M-WAY LINKS
Carr Head Farm, Rossendale is a superbly presented, stone built, period farmhouse and barn dating from the early 1800's in this elevated and secluded hillside position, set in around 23 acres of grazing and also spectacular and beautifully presented gardens. The house has exceptional and truly panoramic views and is a short drive to Rawtenstall and Ramsbottom centres and the nearby motorway network. The house has been well looked after by the vendors in over 40 years of continued ownership, the grounds the property are set in are truly superb with mature and established gardens to both the front and rear as well as a large enclosure dedicated to a variety of species of duck with several ornamental ponds and an equipped aviary. There are also large outbuildings with two barns and two workshops. The accommodation briefly comprises; stone steps up to rear entrance vestibule with sun lounge, utility room, inner hallway with wc/cloaks and front vestibule, large living room with feature stone fireplace and multi fuel stove, conservatory, spiral stairs down to a games room and large storage area, dining room, study with stove and breakfast kitchen with Aga, first floor, three bedrooms (master fitted and with ensuite bathroom) and a further shower room.
Rear Vestibule - Stone steps at the rear of the property lead up from a large parking area and to the rear of the property, there is a rear vestibule with tiled flooring, to the left is a sun lounge and right takes you into the property through the utility room.
Sun Lounge - 4.45 x 4.2 max (14'7" x 13'9" max) - Wooden flooring, french window to the side leading to a paved raised stone patio area.
Utility Room - 3.22 x 2.79 max (10'7" x 9'2" max) - Wall and base units, inset sink, tiled flooring, window to the side.
Inner Hallway - Stairs to first floor, front vestibule, wc/cloaks.
Study - 3.65 x 3.59 max (12'0" x 11'9" max) - Freestanding multi fuel stove, window to the front.
Kitchen - 4.08 x 5.51 max (13'5" x 18'1" max) - Wall and base units with complimentary granite worktops, slate tiled flooring, Belfast sink, windows to the front and rear.
Inner Hallway -
Dining Room - 4.14 x 2.98 max (13'7" x 9'9" max) - Window to the rear.
Living Room - Steps up into the main lounge with feature stone fireplace and multi fuel stove, picture windows to the front and side, access into the conservatory, spiral stairs down into the games room.
Conservatory - 4.49 x 2.35 max (14'9" x 7'9" max) - Stunning views over the gardens grounds and countryside.
Games Room - 3.47 x 6.41 max (11'5" x 21'0" max) - Access into the boiler cupboard, window to the front and access into a large storage room measuring 8.04m x 2.64m.
First Floor - Generous landing area with windows to the rear.
Bedroom One - 4.53 x 2.94 max (14'10" x 9'8" max) - Fitted wardrobes and dresser, window to the front, ensuite bathroom comprising wc, wash hand basin set in vanity, panel bath with shower attachment, linen cupboards, tiled elevations, window to the front.
Bedroom - 3.25 x 3.03 max (10'8" x 9'11" max) - Window to the front.
Bedroom - 3.73 x 3.7 max (12'3" x 12'2" max) - Window to the front.
Shower Room - Comprising, wc, wash hand basin and shower, tiled elevations, heated towel rail, window to the rear.
Outside - The property has a long private driveway leading up from Lomas Lane and takes you into a large parking area at the rear of the property. There are beautifully tended and mature gardens to both the front and rear with an exceptional range of plants and shrubs with irrigation system, patio areas and large enclosure for the various species of duck with an aviary and ornamental ponds. There are large outbuildings comprising two barns and two workshops.
Barn 1 20m x 5.96 max / Barn 2 20m x 5.4 max / Workshop 1 8.7m x 5.76 max / Workshop 2 11.5 x 5.83 max
Directions - From the Ramsbottom office turn right at the traffic lights and head along Stubbins Lane, straight through the next set of lights and follow the road as it climbs, take the second exit at the roundabout and at the top of the next road turn left, and head straight across the mini roundabout onto Market Street, Edenfield, head through the village and straight through the next set of lights and head along Burnley Road for about a mile as it becomes Bury Road follow this road towards Rawtenstall, before the precinct of shops turn right into Lomas Lane, follow this road for about 300 yards and the property is sign posted on your left hand side.
N.B. NONE OF THE SERVICES/APPLIANCES HAVE BEEN TESTED THEREFORE WE CANNOT VERIFY AS TO THEIR CONDITION. ALL MEASUREMENTS ARE APPROXIMATE.
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