A substantial three / four bedroom detached property in a quiet location on the outskirts of Chorley and surrounded by high value properties. Now in need of some cosmetic upgrading and priced accordingly. Spacious living accommodation and generous gardens with garage and outbuildings suitable for conversion subject to planning consent.
Willowgarth occupies a large plot in a quiet and exclusive location on the outskirts of Chorley. Surrounded by properties of a similar nature and approached via a private no through road the house has direct access to fantastic bridleways and footpaths accessed through the Wheeldon plantation.
The main house was constructed by the current owners in 1995 and is now in need of cosmetic updating throughout. The accommodation is arranged over three floors and is substantial and provides flexible accommodation offering superb scope for reinventing what was undoubtedly a stunning house in a spectacular location.
On entry in to a ground floor hallway, there is access to a cloakroom, study, utility room with door to outside and a large games room / bedroom four. a short staircase leads from the hall to a good sized kitchen with dining space which has pleasant views over the garden and countryside beyond. The dining room is on the same level as the kitchen and the two rooms would knock in to one to form a substantial open plan space. Two steps up from the dining area is the formal living room with feature fireplace, a bar area and access to the conservatory which has stunning views. to the rear of the house is a cosy snug with open fire and an upper hallway with storage cupboard.
To the first floor are three double bedrooms, master with en suite and a separate house bathroom.
Outside the gardens and grounds are private and mature and access is via a discreet driveway with stone sett cobbles leading to a generous turning and parking area outside the large double garage.
Attached to the garage is a stone built stable block currently used as a store, but the whole building would convert to a residential annexe for a dependant relative or for letting purposes.
In the garden there is a large fish pond and water feature, and substantial lawned arears bordered by mature shrubs trees and plants.
Brinscall lies approximately five miles north east of Chorley in between Preston and Blackburn and is within commuting distance for Manchester and all East Lancashire business centres. Communication links are excellent with both the M65 and M61 motorways being within easy reach and connection to the national motorway network by the M6.
Viewing is strictly by appointment as the property is not visible from the road.
From school lane, the main street in Brinscall, take the turning for the public swimming pool which is located at the top of Lodge Bank. Continue down Lodge Bank passing the houses on the right hand side and continue down the lane over a cattle grid and past the fishery. Drive all the way down the cobbled lane to the end where the property can be found on the right hand side. A sign board is erected.