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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Calder Vale, Preston

Sold STC £850,000

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Tenure: Freehold

Attractive STOCK REARING FARM set within a total of 102.2 ACRES, Higher Landskill Farm comprises a 4 bedroom TRADITIONAL STONE FARMHOUSE with attached 3 bedroom COTTAGE, a range of traditional and more modern AGRICULTURAL BUILDINGS, GRASSLAND and AMENITY LAND, positioned in an elevated location with EXCELLENT PANORAMIC VIEWS over the Lancashire Fells, the Lake District and Fylde coastline. The property offers excellent potential for a variety of purchasers, ranging from agricultural, equestrian, lifestyle farming and amenity purchasers.Set in a private location, yet within easy access of the market town of Garstang, the City of Lancaster and the M6 motorway at Junction 33.

LOT 1 - edged ‘red’ on the Site Plan includes the farmhouse, cottage, buildings and land extending to 21.76 hectares (53.77 acres).

A large 4 bedroom rendered stone under pitched slate roof farmhouse, an attached 3 bedroom successful holiday cottage, range of farm buildings and 53.77 acres, all set within a ring fence.

The farmhouse has the benefit of central heating and a modern country-style kitchen, but is in need of general modernisation. Internally, the property provides for a side entrance porch, leading into a utility and boot room, a door into a kitchen with an excellent range of wall and floor mounted units in country-style Oak, with coloured Gas Country Chef Range, Belfast sink, exposed wooden beams, door leading to the rear snug with a window overlooking the front garden, lounge with windows to front elevation, feature fireplace with an inset wood burning stove, rear pantry. To the first floor are 4 good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom,
comprising of a bath, wash-hand basin and w.c. Further stairs lead to a large open attic which would be suitable for further accommodation.

Attaching the farmhouse is a 3 bedroom cottage, originally built in 1990 as an agricultural workers’ dwelling. The property is subject to an agricultural
occupancy condition, but is now currently run as a successful holiday cottage and can be found at The cottage is entered through a side utility into an open kitchen/breakfast room, with a range of integral appliances, lounge with stone fireplace and open fire being the focal point of the room, stairs leading off to the first floor with 3 good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Outside, the Farmhouse is set within a lawned garden plot which enjoys the open aspect over the countryside and towards the Fylde peninsular.


The rear of the farmhouse leads directly into the farmyard, with a range of traditional and more modern buildings either side of the access track.

The main traditional barn lies to the North of the access track, being a substantial attached stone under part slate barn with an adjacent former shippon and lean-to.

Further buildings include a steel portal frame and concrete block cattle building, an attached lean-to, a further cubicle building, a timber framed farm plus cubicle building for 44 cubicles with central feed passage, an outside silage clamp and to the rear an above ground slurry store.


The land in total extends to 53.77 acres or thereabouts, which is edged ‘red’ on the attached plan, which enjoys an additional Right of Access as shown ‘brown’, leading onto Delph Lane. The land is classified as Grade 4 and provides a mixture of primarily pasture, with some meadow ground lying between 180m to 200m above sea level.

LOT 2 - 19.60 hectares (48.43 acres) of pasture and meadow land, as edged ‘blue’.

The block of land is accessed via frontage onto Delph Lane, but also enjoys a Right of Access over the existing farm track. The block of land extends to 48.43 acres of land lying between 180m and 220m above sea level, being a good block of meadow and pasture land with natural watering available and a stone track leading centrally through. The land enjoys good roadside frontage onto Delph Lane and is classified as Grade 4.

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