Garstang Road

Claughton-on-Brock, Preston, Lancashire, Lancashire, PR3 0GA

Asking price

£845,000


6 Bedrooms 6 Bathrooms
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North Lancashire

01995 603 180

garstang@abarnett.co.uk


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STUNNING DETACHED family home built in approximately 2008, offering 6 bedrooms, 3 reception rooms and 6 bathrooms. Positioned off the main road along a private road with lovely RURAL VIEWS, set in beautiful grounds of 0.5 ACRES. Located with easy access to the A6 and M6 Junctions 32 and 33.

Architect designed, Bradley Hill House is a stunning detached home, built in approximately 2008 to exceptional standards. The layout has
been carefully considered by the vendors to give the very best of modern accommodation, yet also with more traditional reception rooms. Quality of this type is rare, with the use of American white
oak in the staircase and some of the joinery, which is exceptional throughout, internal glazing providing excellent levels of natural light, bi-fold doors, a stunning Stuart Frazer SieMatic kitchen and good quality bathroom suites to name a few. The technology within the house includes an alarm system, CCTV, under-floor heating, surround sound and intercom system throughout.
In a lovely position, Bradley Hill House looks out over the fields to the rear, with the positioning of the reception rooms and stunning master bedroom truly making the most of the views. Situated just
off the A6 along a private road, the property is ideal for those who are looking to commute, with Junctions 32 and 33 of the M6 to the South and North respectively.

Bradley Hill House is entered from the private road onto an attractive gravelled driveway, with a large parking area to the side of the property. Entered from the front door into the entrance vestibule and stunning hallway beyond.
The hallway really does set the scene for the property, with an impressive American white oak staircase which is a fantastic feature to each floor of the house. Doors lead off to the various ground floor reception spaces in a traditional style, although a glazed panel into the dining room allows plenty of natural light and creates a fantastic feature.
The living kitchen really is the hub of the home and has been fitted out seamlessly by Stuart Frazer with a SieMatic high gloss kitchen, which includes a bank of flush wall units and a central island with a granite worktop. Integrated appliances include a ceramic induction hob, retracting Miele extractor, Quooker hot tap, Miele fridge and freezer, 2 Neff ovens, combi oven, warming drawer and Miele dishwasher. A built-in table comes off the central island, providing a great dining space. There is also a further seating area with bi-fold doors stretching across the room and providing access out onto the patio area, enjoying the rural views. Off the entrance hall there is a w.c. and utility room. The utility room also provides a semi-glazed door out to the side of the property. The dining room is found off the kitchen and there is contemporary glazing to the hall and French doors out to the rear patio. The
lounge has the benefit of windows to two elevations, coving and a ceiling rose. There is a wood burning stove set in an attractive bespoke stone fireplace.

The study/media room includes a range of fully fitted oak units with granite work surface and again windows to two elevations, providing good levels of natural light. This room is equipped with a
remote controlled screen, ceiling mounted projector and full surround sound system.
The beautiful staircase rises up to the first floor where there is an attractive landing space. The master bedroom suite is something to behold, with phenomenal views over the surrounding countryside. The glazing and Juliette balcony really make the most of the views and create a light, bright and airy space, with exposed beams giving
a country, yet contemporary feel. There is a fitted-out walk-in wardrobe and stylish en-suite, to include a double-ended bath, shower, wall mounted wash-hand basin and w.c., along with a
heated towel rail.

There are 3 further bedrooms to the first floor, each with an en-suite facility. The staircase rises up from the first floor landing to the second floor, where there are 2 further bedrooms, again each
with en-suite.
Externally, the property has a large gravel driveway which leads up to a double garage which has the benefit of electric up-and-over doors, along with a personnel door to the side. Within the garage there is a range of wall and base mounted units, along with a point for a fridge and freezer. There is an expanse of lawn to the rear and side of the property, providing an attractive setting, with a large patio which allows for outdoor entertaining. A stone under slate built outbuilding, which was a former piggery, provides further storage and has power available and connected.

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