Back Lane, Newton In Bowland, Lancashire, BB7
Sold

4 beds | 3 baths | 2 receptions | Offers in the region of £495,000


  • Superb stone built semi detached barn conversion
  • Set in the midst of delightful rural countryside
  • Benefitting from 270 degree panoramas
  • Galleried landing area with vaulted ceiling
  • 2 reception rooms, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
  • Hardstanding for several cars
  • Detached stone built garage
  • Mainly lawned garden well stocked with mature plants, trees and shrubs, wildlife pond and hedge perimeters.

Located amidst panoramic open countryside is this truly delightful semi detached stone built barn conversion. Situated on a plot of just under one acre this superb family home is approximately 25 minutes from the market town of Clitheroe where a host of extensive facilities and amenities are available. Such amenities include shops, banks, supermarkets, recreational areas together with an excellent bus and rail network system.



A rare opportunity to acquire a truly superb stone built semi detached barn conversion situated in the midst of delightful rural countryside benefiting from 270 degree panoramas.

Internally the spacious family home affords: Entrance hallway, two piece cloakroom, lounge with open fire, dining room with multi fuel stove and feature barn arch, breakfast kitchen with aga, large utility room/second kitchen. Ascending to the first floor there is a delightful galleried landing with vaulted ceiling overlooking the dining room and four generous size double bedrooms, two with en-suite facilities. There is currently a study which could be used as bedroom five and a luxury four piece house bathroom.

To the front there is a small area used for convenience parking leading to gated access which provides generous hard standing parking for several vehicles which in turn leads to a DETACHED GARAGE. The garden itself extends to just under one acre and incorporates cobbled and stone flagged patio areas and mainly lawned gardens stocked and interspersed with a wide range of plants, trees and shrubs with hedge perimeter and wildlife pond. Included in the sale is a Hartley Botanical Greenhouse. There are stunning 270 degree views across countryside and farmland taking in Easington Fell, Burn Fell, Waddington Fell and Whitewell. The GARAGE measures 21'1" x 10'9" is a purpose built design, has electric up and over door, power and light laid on.
Viewing recommended

Entrance Hall


With stone flagged floor, built in cloaks cupboard, under stairs storage cupboard, uPVC double glazed window, central heating radiator, part glazed external door to front.

Two Piece Cloakroom


Pedestal washbasin, low suite WC, central heating radiator, part tiled walls, stone flagged floor, extractor.

Utility Room/2nd Kitchen
5.38m x 2.51m (17'8" x 8'3")

Generous range of base and eye level units, space for cooker and fridge/freezer, central heating radiator, plumbed for washing machine, one and half bowl stainless steel drainer sink unit with mixer tap, laminate roll top worksurface area with tiled splashback, stone flagged floor, uPVC double glazed window, large wine rack, telephone point.

Dining Room
5.41m x 4.06m (17'9" x 13'4")

Multi fuel stove sat on a stone hearth with an attractive stone fireplace, two central heating radiators, feature barn arch with uPVC fully glazed external door to rear garden with matching window above and to both sides, wired for wall light.

Breakfast Kitchen
6.48m x 2.82m (21'3" x 9'3")

Range of base and eye level units and display cabinets with under lighting and matching plate rack, oil fired Aga with two heating plates and two ovens, one and half bowl ceramic sink unit with mixer tap, substantial range of granite worksurface areas with complementary splashback, fitted breakfast seating area, three uPVC double glazed windows, tiled floor, half glazed door and storm door lead to cobbled and flagged yard area.

Lounge
6.45m x 3.96m (21'2" x 13')

Open fire with dog grate, attractive stone fireplace, Indian stone flagged floor, central heating radiator, wired for two wall lights, uPVC double glazed window, uPVC double glazed full length window to side, part glazed internal door and storm door to side, telephone point.

Staircase To Galleried Landing


With pine balustrade and vaulted ceiling, wired for three wall lights, exposed random stone wall above barn arch and feature exposed timber beams, access point to roof void, built in storage cupboard.

Bedroom 4
3.61m x 3.35m (11'10" x 11')

Central heating radiator, uPVC double glazed window.

Study
2.74m x 2.34m (9' x 7'8")

Central heating radiator, uPVC double glazed window, telephone point.

Master Bedroom
4.45m x 3.53m (14'7" x 11'7")

Central heating radiator, two uPVC double glazed windows with window seats, TV input point.

En-Suite


Three piece shower room comprising shower cubicle with overhead Mira shower unit, vanity washbasin, dual flush low suite WC, towel ladder rail, tiled floor, tiled walls, uPVC double glazed window, extractor.

Bedroom 2
4.52m x 4.17m (14'10" x 13'8")

Central heating radiator, uPVC double glazed window.

En-Suite


Two piece suite comprising pedestal washbasin, low suite WC, uPVC double glazed window, central heating radiator, shaving light.

Bedroom 3
4.52m x 2.46m (14'10" x 8'1")

Central heating radiator, uPVC double glazed window.

House Bathroom


Four piece suite comprising panelled bath, large shower cubicle with direct feed shower unit and wipe down shower walls, vanity washbasin, low suite WC, built in toiletries cupboard, towel ladder rail, uPVC double glazed window, tiled walls, tiled floor.

Directions
The property is best located by leaving Clitheroe on Waddington Road, continue over the bridge into Clitheroe Road towards Waddington village itself. Pass through the heart of Waddington and continue on over Waddington Fell and enter the village of Newton on Hallgate Hill. Proceed over the bridge spanning the River Hodder bearing left at the Parkers Arms pub and at the main junction turn left onto the B6478 turning right after 50 yards onto Back Lane. Follow the road along for approx 1.3 miles and at the sign for Burnhouse, The Hey and Oxenhurst turn left down a track for 1.1 miles passing over 5 cattle grids and through the farmyard and The Hey Barn can be located on the left hand side.

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