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The Hay Loft, Roe Barns, Catterall Lane, Catterall, Preston

Sold STC £485,000

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Tenure: Leasehold

Nestled with a handful of other barn conversions, enjoying the VERY BEST OF RURAL LIFE WITHOUT ISOLATION. Extended and improved by the current vendors, this BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED 4 bedroom stone built barn conversion offers a FANTASTIC FAMILY HOME. Set in grounds of 0.78 ACRES approximately, with a large patio which can be accessed from the living kitchen - an IDEAL SPACE FOR OUTDOOR ENTERTAINING. With the benefit of a LARGE TIMBER WORKSHOP and a large timber shed.The accommodation includes an open-plan living kitchen, 2 reception rooms, W.C. and hall to the ground floor, with 4 bedrooms (master with en-suite) and a family bathroom. Internally the property has been finished to sit perfectly with country life.

Catterall Lane leads directly onto the A6 providing good links to both the north and south via junction 32 and 31 of the M6. The historic market town of Garstang is within a short drive where there is a range of amenities including independent shops, supermarkets, cafés, public houses, restaurants and schools.

The Hay Loft is entered from the front door into an attractive hall which really sets the scene for this lovely family home. A meter box cupboard can also be found in the hall, together with a W.C. There is an oak floor and a staircase which rises up to the first floor, along with doors off to the various ground floor rooms.

The living kitchen includes a range of wall and base mounted kitchen units together with a central island and an oak work surface over. There is a 1½ sink drainer and integrated appliances include a dishwasher, fridge-freezer, oven, microwave and an induction hob with an extractor over. The kitchen area opens out into a dining space and a living area which has vaulted ceilings and an exposed stone wall continuing the barn conversion. Bifold doors open out to a large patio and provide superb views over the extensive grounds beyond. Windows are provided to the side of the property, letting in good levels of natural light.

The lounge can be accessed either from the living kitchen or from the hall. This cosy room has a wood-burning stove set on a stone hearth, providing an attractive focal point to the room. There are two windows overlooking the rear gardens.

A snug is found at the front of the property which has the potential for a variety of uses. The staircase rises up to the first floor landing where there is a beam providing an exceptional feature. There are 4 bedrooms in total and a number of vaulted ceilings and exposed beams throughout the first floor within the bedrooms, again making fantastic features.

The master bedroom includes a shower en-suite. A slipper bath provides a centre piece to the family bathroom. This has a shower head fitting and a W.C. and wash-hand basin are also found, along with a shower cubicle.

Setting this property apart are the extensive grounds to the rear. The grounds are then down to lawn and are impressive. The property is set in an idyllic rural position and enjoys far-reaching views.

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10 October 2017

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