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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Bruna Hill, Barnacre, Preston, PR3

Guide Price £945,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Substantial family home
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Four Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen Breakfast Room
  • Three Bathrooms
  • Garaging
  • About 2.8 Acres of Gardens
  • Private fishing lake
  • Excellent commuter links
  • EPC Rating = E

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Immaculately presented family home set in private grounds.

Location

This attractive family home is set in an excellent location with convenient access to the A6. The market town of Garstang is located around one mile away and offers a wide range of amenities along with a selection of primary and secondary schools, including Garstang Community Academy, the town also celebrates an arts festival and an agricultural show every year in August. Situated on the eastern edge of the Fylde, ideal for coastal walks and visiting the popular coastal towns, the Forest of Bowland is also close by for countryside walks and cycling routes. The M6 is located close by and provides links to Preston, Manchester, the Lake District and Carlisle. The Lancaster railway station offers links to London Euston, Edinburgh and Manchester. The nearest airports are Manchester and Liverpool, which are both within a two hour drive.

The city of Lancaster is around 10 miles away and is home to historic landmarks including Lancaster Castle and provides many services including supermarkets, fuel stations, a hospital, the campus-based Lancaster University, a range of excellent primary schools, secondary schools and colleges, as well as many public houses, restaurants and bars.

Garstang; 2 miles, Lancaster; 10 miles, Preston; 10 miles, Lake District; 33 miles, Manchester; 42 miles.

Description

Dating back to the 1800's this property has been lovingly restored by the current owners to offer a charming substantial family home with attention to detail evident from the level of fit and finish in every room, whilst still keeping original features such as exposed beams, exposed stone walls and Indian stone flooring.

The property is entered through a stone porch leading into the entrance hall, with traditional Indian stone flagged floor and a hand finished staircase leading to the first floor. The kitchen breakfast room has a range of bespoke handmade oak fitted units and granite work surface, including a kitchen island with an oak dining table attached. Integrates Siemens appliances which include a twin oven, an induction hob and dishwasher. There is also two integrated Liebherr fridges and a wine conditioner. A feature stone set chimney breast has a Chesney wood burner and a useful utility area to the side of the kitchen with the same bespoke units and a Belfast sink.

Along the entrance hallway to the left is a cosy study with views out to the front of the property including the canal. To the end of the hallway is a light and spacious dining room with bi-folding doors leading out to the rear of the house making this space ideal for alfresco dining, with views over the gardens and pond. Adjacent to this room is a snug room which also leads through to a large sitting room with focal feature fire and the addition of bi-fold doors offering views over the surrounding grounds.

To the first floor is a spacious landing which leads to the bedroom accommodation comprising of a master bedroom with expose oak beams and oak flooring, a Juliet balcony and a large en suite bathroom with resin bath, Hanzgrohe waterfall taps and Philippe Starck porcelain wear. The shower enclosure is also a steam cubicle. There are three further bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room with under floor heating and a family bathroom with separate shower cubicle.

External

Set within attractive grounds of around 2.8 acres with a large expanse mainly laid to lawn and terraced area to the rear, with well established perennials bordering the main gardens and offering a welcome home for the local wildlife. The grounds also include a private fishing lake which feeds from the River Calder stocked with fish. The canal borders the property and there is a cantilever dock and private mooring provided. The property is approached from a private road via electronically operated double gates which open onto the sweeping gravel driveway. The driveway leads past the front of the house to a large parking area and a substantial hard-standing which has full planning consent for a six car garage, workshop and car port, details can be found on Wyre Borough Council under reference number FP/10/05710. There is a large double garage and a timber cabin with potential to use for guest accommodation with electricity and water connected to this building.

Council Tax and Band

Wyre Borough Council Tax band TBC

Square Footage: 3,649 sq ft
Acreage: 2.8 Acres

Directions

Directions

From Garstang follow the B6430 continue for around half a mile then turning left onto Dimples Lane, procced for approximately one mile taking a left turn on to Bruna Lane, continue along the where there are two farmhouses on the right take the lane to the left and the gates to the property will be directly in front.


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Added on Rightmove:
28 July 2018

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