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4 Bed House For Sale
Situated on a generous plot, approximately 2/3 acre in size, lies this charming period, detached farmhouse, which benefits from picturesque views over farmland. The original part of the house dates back to the 1600s, with the property being extended in both the 1700s and in 2000. The property still retains many period features such as beamed ceilings and exposed wood door lintels, doors and stone floors, whilst offering an abundance of space, making it ideal for families and modern-day living. This lovely family home is set within generous, private gardens, with an existing outbuilding providing potential for development, subject to planning consent.
The property is ideally located for travel via the motorway network and is within the catchment area for local Primary and Secondary schools. The accommodation briefly comprises:- Entrance hallway, four reception rooms, kitchen, utility room and WC to the ground floor. To the first floor there are four generous double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Interest levels are expected to be high, so early viewings are strongly advised to fully appreciate all that this property offers and to avoid disappointment.
Entrance Hall, Kitchen, Utility & WCThe property is entered via a bright and welcoming entrance vestibule, which has stone tiled flooring, beamed ceiling, storage cupboard, access into the kitchen and an opening into the utility area. The kitchen has been fitted within the last few years and comprises of cream 'shaker'-style wall and base units with solid oak work surfaces, integrated fridge freezer, dishwasher, space for a cooker, partially tiled walls, stone flooring and a squared arch into the open-plan living room. The utility area is fitted with cream 'shaker'-style wall and base units with solid oak work surfaces and an inset 'Belfast'-style sink, space for a washing machine and tumble dryer, stone tiled flooring and a door leading into the two piece guest wc.
Reception RoomsThis lovely family home benefits from four generous reception rooms. Without a doubt, the heart of this home is within the open-plan living room, accessed from the kitchen area. This is a substantial room with stone tiled flooring, which is kept nice and bright by dual aspect double windows and additional skylight windows. There is a vestibule area off this room which provides access into the sitting room and double doors providing external access into the rear garden. The sitting room benefits from an inset log burner, wooden flooring and a beamed ceiling and has a door into the third reception room, which has an open fireplace (not currently functional), wooden flooring and a beamed ceiling. The formal lounge is a generous dual aspect room, fitted with an inset log-burner, under stairs storage cupboard and beamed ceiling.
Bedrooms & BathroomThe property benefits from four generous double bedrooms, two with decorative original cast iron fireplaces and two with views over the local countryside. The family bathroom is fitted with a four piece suite comprising of a bath, pedestal hand basin, low level WC, corner shower cubicle and partially tiled walls.
External areasExternally, there is a cobbled area providing parking for three cars, with double gates leading to a further gated driveway. An old storage barn has been retained for the footprint to provide potential for future development (subject to planning approval). There are two stunning lawned garden areas, both of which are lovely and private, edged by mature shrub borders, with a patio area and views over adjacent farmland.
Local AuthorityWarringtonCouncil Tax Band G Annual Estimate £3,282
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