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Tenure: Freehold

***EXPERIENCE THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS***within an AREA OF OUTSTANDING NATURAL BEAUTY, yet only approximately a 15 minute drive from the motorway network***STUNNING EXTENDED BARN CONVERSION set within beautiful grounds with an ornamental pond and PADDOCK - perfect for lifestyle farming or equestrian interests. With FAR REACHING VIEWS over the fells and to the Coast.The property comprises an immaculately presented sizeable family home providing versatile accommodation with the capabilities of being utilised for multi-generational living. Set in a superb quiet position within easy access of the amenities of both Longridge and Garstang towns and only approximately a 15 minute drive away from Junction 32 of the M6 (Broughton). The property has been owned by the current owners for some 14 years and in this time has been completely renovated to now comprise a contemporary style property, with a large number of bespoke fittings, including oak doors and flooring. The accommodation is over 2 floors, with South and West facing aspects and provides a light and airy dwelling. Externally, there is the benefit of a substantial double garage building with store and attractive gardens leading to a small paddock.

The grounds are entered through electronically operated wrought iron gates onto a substantial gravel driveway, leading to a paved courtyard, front door and entrance hallway. The entrance hallway is a cosy, formal access to the property, with feature exposed original beam work and flagged flooring. From here there is a cloakroom and secondary boiler.

The hallway leads to a formal sitting room. This is a stunning room, ideal for entertaining both family and friends, open to the eaves height and dual aspect windows allow the room to be filled with plenty of natural light. Exposed original beam work and a feature Lancashire stone fireplace with a large inset multi-fuel stove provide lovely character features and a cosy environment.

There are 2 double bedrooms leading off the sitting room. Bedroom 3 is open to eaves height and is complete with a range of fitted oak wardrobes and a full en-suite bathroom comprising a bath, low level W.C. and a glass vanity wash-hand basin. Bedroom 4 is again open to eaves height with exposed beam work, a stable style door and a further en-suite shower room.

Also from the entrance hallway can be found an inner hallway, leading to the family room and dining kitchen, which is the real heart of the home, with a beautifully presented solid oak painted kitchen with speckled black granite worktops over. The kitchen benefits from an array of integral appliances, to include a Falcon range, extractor, a dishwasher, fridge-freezer and microwave, along with an island unit. The dining kitchen opens out into a more formal dining area, with windows to the front.

Leading from the kitchen is the rear entrance hallway where there is a boiler and cloak cupboard. There is a cloakroom and fully fitted utility area which provides points for a washing machine and tumble dryer, a stainless steel sink and ample storage.

Leading off the kitchen and family room, there is also a stunning large and airy garden room which is finished with travertine flooring with under-floor heating, providing a superb environment to enjoy the beautiful ever-changing views of the garden, throughout the year, and the option of a further dining area.

The family room can also be found off the kitchen with French doors to the South facing patio and a further window to the side, exposed beam work and a multi-fuel stove.

Leading from the family room is the inner hallway where a solid oak staircase rises up to the first floor landing area where again there is further exposed beam work and doors lead to 2 further bedrooms.

The master bedroom has a spacious dressing room and a newly installed full en-suite bathroom, with cubicle shower, double-ended bath, low level W.C. and contemporary dual wash hand basins.

Bedroom 2 could easily be shared by 2 children and is complete with a range of fitted wardrobes. A full en-suite leads from this bedroom which comprises an attractive cast iron roll top bath, vanity wash-hand basin and concealed flush W.C. All of the bedrooms provide interesting views over the ever-changing surrounding countryside.

Externally, to the front of the property can be found a lower maintenance paved and gravelled garden area with shrubs, providing an attractive place to sit in the summer. The main garden extends to the side and has the benefit of a substantial York stone patio area, encompassed within a dwarf wall and picket fence. The main garden area comprises a large lawned area with an ornamental pond and attractive shrubbery planting and beyond this can be found a small paddock area. The paddock provides the opportunity, should it be required, for lifestyle farming or equestrian interests. The garage comprises a relatively newly constructed stone clad double garage, with double electric up and over doors and provides useful storage and garaging.

The garage is accessed via a substantial flint shingled driveway, allowing for ample car parking. The enjoyment of the gardens is further added to by feature lighting, which lights up automatically around the house and grounds.


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