Dating back to the 1780’s and having many original character features.
The house offers spacious family accommodation and benefits from just over seven acres of off-lying land (accessible by suitable motor vehicle or within easy walking distance approximately 5 mins from the house). The vendors have utilised the property as their family home and in recent times the land has been used to yield a hay crop.
We understand there is excellent outriding in the surrounding area with a series of bridleways and access to the Pennine Bridleway.
The property is within easy reach of Bacup town centre which offers a comprehensive range of shops and amenities as well as choice of schooling. Further facilities can be found in nearby Rawtenstall and Todmorden and the city of Manchester is also within easy reach.
Price Guide £375,000 Ref: AR6684
The residence benefits from double glazing and gas central heating and has the following accommodation with approx. room sizes; please refer to floor plan room layout
Entrance Hall with door to front elevation, understairs recess, door leading to:
Reception Room / Lounge 18’ x 16’ (about 5.5m x 4.9m) (max) windows to front and rear, exposed ceiling beams, stairs to first floor, coving to ceiling, multifuel burner set in feature stone fireplace with stone surround and hearth, door to:
Kitchen / Dining Room 16’ x 13’8 (about 4.9m x 4.1m) (max) into chimney recess, windows to front and rear, tiled flooring, radiator, underfloor heating, range of wall and base units with granite worksurfaces, 1½ bowl stainless sink unit with mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, integrated appliances including five ring gas hob with extractor over, Hotpoint electric oven and grill, dishwasher and fridge / freezer
From the lounge a there is access to:
Conservatory 11’9 x 8’2 (about 3.6m x 2.4m) (currently utilised as a playroom), windows to rear and side, door to rear garden, tiled flooring, door to:
Utility Room 8’4 x 5’9 (about 2.5m x 1.8m) window to side, tiled flooring, wall mounted gas boiler servicing central heating and hot water, plumbing for washing machine, space for chest freezer
Landing windows to front and rear, radiator, linen / storage cupboard
Bedroom One 13’1 x 8’8 (about 4m x 2.6m) window to front, radiator, access to loft space above
Bedroom Two 12’ x 9’6 (about 3.6m x 2.9m) window to rear, radiator, access to loft space above
Bedroom Three 13’ x 6’9 (about 4m x 2.1m) window to rear, radiator
Family Bathroom 9’ x 5’8 (about 2.7m x 1.7m) window to side, three piece suite comprising bath with shower over and shower screen, wash hand basin, WC, heated towel rail, tiled flooring, part tiled walls
Price Guide £375,000Ref: AR6684
OUTSIDE, OUTBUILDINGS & OFF-LYING LAND
To the front of the property there is a lawned garden, flagstone path leading to the front door and a small gate to the front. To the side of the property there is a driveway suitable for multiple vehicles. A gate gives access to the rear of the property where there is a paved patio, walled raised borders well stocked with shrubs and plants and steps lead up to a further garden area which is laid mainly to lawn. There is a post and rail fencing to the rear boundary and farmland beyond the property.
The Off-lying Land is a short walk of approx. five minutes from the residence and accessed via an unadopted track which is suitable for 4 x 4 vehicles or similar. This leads to a further track owned by the neighbouring farmer and this then gives access to the land. Alternatively there is a public car park for the Maden Recreation Ground and the vendors often use this free car park to walk across to the land.
The land, just under seven acres, is gently sloping with a natural spring water supply. It has been utilised in recent years for hay crops and prior to this grazing land.
OFF LYING LAND JUST OVER 7 ACRES (About 2.8 Hectares)
Price Guide £375,000Ref: AR6684
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