Windy St, Chipping, PR3

5 beds | 3 baths | 2 receptions | £750,000


  • Central village location within walking distance of all amenities.
  • 4/5 Bedrooms with flexible accommodation.
  • Beautiful and popular Ribble Valley location.
  • Stone Mullion windows, beamed ceilings and exposed wooden floors.
  • Superb attention to detail and high quality finish.
  • Excellent road links to North West Business centres.

A beautifully restored and enhanced Grade II listed detached family home in the heart of Chipping village. Inspection is necessary to fully appreciate the beautiful 4/5 bedroom house which has a superb blend of traditional and contemporary styles which will not disappoint.

Brabin Hall is a superb Grade II listed period property in the heart of Chipping village a short walk from all amenities.

This beautiful detached family home has been lovingly restored and significantly upgraded whilst enhancing the period features of the building. Only by inspecting the house can you appreciate the careful thought and significant investment involved, from the bespoke hand made fitted kitchen to the curved interior walls this spacious house is laid over three floors and provides a superb mix between contemporary and traditional styles.

Entrance is via a statement stone porch with original front door set within a date stone archway (1684). This leads to a spacious internal hallway providing access to ground floor rooms and first and second floor via timber staircase. The ground floor rooms comprise spacious Living room with beams, solid wood floor and stone fireplace, Superb dining kitchen hand made and painted solid wood with impressive island unit, central Aga and beautifully organised hidden storage cupboards. From the kitchen there is access to the rear garden via large French doors. Adjacent is the utility room with ample space for laundry equipment. In addition on the ground floor there is a study and separate W.C. There is also a rear hallway to Windy Street.

On the first floor and from the spacious landing there is a second sitting room or large bedroom, with attractive wooden floor and multi fuel stove. There are three further bedrooms at this level, one with its own access from the half landing which has its own en suite bathroom, a second large double room with en suite bathroom and a smaller single bedroom which has use of a contemporary shower room across the landing.

To the second floor there is a double bedroom accessed via its own staircase off the landing, adjacent to the bedroom is a good sized bathroom.

Externally to the front of the property there is a private cobbled parking area for three vehicles. To the rear is a private and enclosed terraced garden which is private, and has a lawn, large terrace and patio area and large storage shed.

Brabin Old School was founded by the will of John Brabin and built in 1684. Local poor children could receive a free education, clothing and apprenticeships. The door head lintel gives the initials of the first charity trustees: Christopher and Robert Parkinson, James Haythornthwaite and Richard Marsden. The inscription '' DoceDisce Vel Discede, translates as ''Teach, Learn or Leave'. In 1880 a new school opened across the road.

The region's central town Clitheroe is 9 miles away and the valley is an affluent area with a café culture and rural heritage, it is a desirable and aspirational place to live and visit. Schools locally have an excellent reputation and there are a wide variety of both state run and independent to choose from.

Chipping Village is known to be at least 1,000 years old and is mentioned in the Domesday Book. It lies on the south-western edge of the ancient Forest of Bowland abutting the civil parish of Bowland-with-Leagram.

The village has a vibrant community and benefits from a wealth of amenities and activities such as Farm Shop, church and primary school as well as pubs and shops. More recently famous for cheese production the village has an annual agricultural show and a Steam Fair.

Chipping is in the catchment for Ribble Valley Schools and is within easy reach of the highly regarded local public schools including Stonyhurst, Oakhill College and Moorland.

The nearest town is Longridge which is a small market town situated 5 miles to the South West. Longridge is close to Preston 8 miles East of the city. The town is the local centre of the rural farming community and has a mixture of shops, supermarkets, schools and service businesses, which thrive in this energetic environment.

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