4 bedroom detached house for saleGrove House, Malt Kiln Lane, Chipping, Preston, Lancashire
Attractive Georgian Former Mill Manager's House. DETACHED 4 Bedroom Family Home. Shows a host of original features set in a good sized plot and detached OUTBUILDING. Located in the beautiful Village of ChippingThe placing of Grove House upon the open market provides purchasers the opportunity to acquire a property which has remained in the same family ownership for generations. The property originally formed part of the Berrys Chairworks and originally provided accommodation for the Mill Manager and his family. Since this time the property has remained in the ownership of the Berry family and has seen considerable upgrading and modernisation since its initial construction
and could be best described as being in need of slight cosmetic modernisation and improvement.
Briefly the property comprises the following:
Front entrance hallway, sitting room, dining room, kitchen diner, cloakroom with adjoining shower room and to the first floor can be found two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. To the second floor can be found two further attic bedrooms. Externally the property has attractive lawned gardens to the front, with a sweeping driveway leading to the garage building and garden store. To the side of the property can be found spacious shrubbery borders leading to the rear enclosed paved rear yard area and wash
Access to the land area can be found via a range of steep stone steps leading to a terraced garden area. The property known as Grove House, Malt Kiln Lane, Chipping can be described in greater
detail as follows: From gravel driveway leading to original front door into: Hallway, with central heating radiator and doors leading to:
Sitting room, with original sash window to the
front of the property, timber fireplace complete with marble back open grate, range of storage cupboards to side of chimney breast feature, picture rail, central heating radiator and arch leading to: Dining room, a large, open room complete with window to the side and rear of the
property, feature timber fireplace complete with tiled back and open grate, stairs to first floor with under stairs storage cupboard, central heating radiator, range of chimney breast cupboards with leaded glazed upper part, further glazed cupboard to stairs and door leading to small drinks cupboard, with further door to:
Open kitchen/diner with window to the rear and front elevations, range of base and floor mounted units in mid oak, integral electric cooker, microwave, hob with extractor over, double stainless steel sink unit, plumbing for automatic washing machine, dishwasher and original fireplace feature complete with stone lintel and oil fired Worcester Rangemaster 20/25 boiler, with feature open faced stone wall, eye level meter cupboard, personnel access door to the rear of the property, loft access and further door leading to cloak cupboard with ample hanging space and
further door leading to:
Shower room, with frosted timber singleglazed
window to the front of the property, suite in cream comprising of cubicle shower, low level w.c., pedestal wash-hand basin, part tiled walls and central heating radiator. To the first floor there is an open landing with a wall mounted book shelf and door leading to the bathroom, with suite in white comprising of cast bath, low level w.c., pedestal washhand basin, central heating radiator, small storage cupboard to one wall and timber
single-glazed window to the rear of the property.
From landing, bedroom 1 with large original sash window to the front of the property, range of cupboards to one wall, original chimney breast feature and central heating radiator.
From landing, bedroom 2, with timber singleglazed
window to the rear of the property, central heating radiator, corner mounted pedestal wash-hand basin and large airing cupboard with hot water cylinder. From landing, stairs leading to second floor and small landing leading to bedroom 3, with
timber single-glazed window to the side of the property, central heating radiator, with slightly restricted head-height. Bedroom 4, with small study area off with slightly restricted head height and door into bedroom, with timber single-glazed window to the side of the property, central heating radiator with restricted head height and under eaves storage space.
Externally, to the front of the property can be found a sweeping gravel driveway leading to a
lean-to random stone under pitched fibre cement roof garage, complete with two opening wooden doors to the front with glazed petitions to the front and a further detached block under cement mono pitch garden store. The formal gardens to the
property extend to the front and side with a feature lawned garden and well stocked semi mature shrubbery and perennial borders. To the rear of the property can be found a paved yard area leading to a random stone under pitched slate roof wash house building which comprises single room, open to eaves height, plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, salt glazed sink with timber singleglazed window to the side of the property, concrete flooring and adjoining former privy converted to fuel storage. Accessed via a
range of steep stone stairs is the terraced garden area.
Local Planning: please note that there is a consented Planning Application for the redevelopment of the former Berry Chairworks site
to form a hotel and leisure facility. For further details please see the following links:
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