Back Moss Lane

Burscough, Ormskirk, Lancashire, Lancashire, L40 4BD

Asking price

£695,000


5 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms
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South Lancashire

01704 895 995

burscough@abarnett.co.uk


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Back Moss Farm is located in between sought after villages of Rufford and Burscough, set well back from the A59 which connects Liverpool and Preston, this is a rare opportunity to purchase a farmstead including two semidetached properties and a range of both modern and traditional buildings all set in approximately 3.8 acres.

Back Moss Farm is located in between sought after villages of Rufford and Burscough, set well back from the A59 which connects Liverpool and Preston, this is a rare opportunity to purchase a farmstead including two semidetached properties and a range of both modern and traditional buildings all set in approximately 3.8 acres.

Back Moss Farm comprises of a delightful pair of red brick semidetached farm cottages set in approximately 3.8 acres including a 2.6 acre pony paddock and a collection of traditional red brick outbuildings, stores, steel portal framed sheds and stables. This property could be of interest to developers or equestrian purchasers who want to live the rural life whilst being close to all of the local amenities Burscough and Rufford have to offer such as railway stations, pubs, restaurants, doctors and schools.

Back Moss Farm occupies a ‘triangular’ shaped plot on the desirable Back Moss Lane, access to both properties is taken to the rear where a cobbled court yard provides ample parking for up to 10 cars. The traditional red brick barn, outbuildings, stables and store are also accessed from this cobbled courtyard.

1 Back Moss Farm – 2 bedroom red brick semi-detached property. Currently entrance is taken through the rear of the property. The ground floor consists of a kitchen and living room, with an open fire. To the first floor are two double sized bedrooms and the family bathroom.

2 Back Moss Farm – This is the larger of the two semi-detached properties. Entrance is taken through the rear, into the porch which leads into the substantial sized kitchen diner fitted with a rangemaster cooker, cream units, and exposed character beams. Off here, is the large sitting room with a feature open fireplace, off this room is the original front porch. Some re modelling of this property externally could allow this to become the main entrance to this property once again. You will also find a useful utility room on the ground floor, which could easily be utilised as a downstairs w.c. To the first floor are 3 double sized bedrooms and the family bathroom fitted with a corner bath, shower cubicle, w.c. and basin.

FORMAL GARDENS the formal gardens of both properties are to the front of the properties. The garden currently services both of the properties, however this could easily be split into two separate
gardens for each property. The beautiful, mature gardens consist of a lawn, rockery, patio and immaculate borders.

OUTBUILDINGS
Situated tight to the westerly boundary of the property is a traditional red brick two storey BARN, although unconverted at the moment, there is potential to convert this property into a residential
dwelling, subject to gaining planning permission.
Also sitting in the courtyard is a stable block containing 4 stables and a tack room, which are adjacent to a 2.6 acre pony paddock
approximately ¼ of this paddock has been ring fenced by post and rail fencing.

A garage with attached office space also sits within this cobbled courtyard along with an outbuilding previously used as a coal store and toilet.
Behind the courtyard are two further steel portal framed buildings the larger of which measuring over 6,500 sq ft with ½ concrete base.

Services: Mains water, mains electricity (there is a is 3-phase supply to the outbuildings). There is no
central heating in No. 1 Back Moss Farm, but No.2 does have central heating by the way of gas.
Drainage Is by way of a private septic tank.

Please note: Armitstead Barnett LLP have not tested any of the above services and purchasers should satisfy themselves as to their presence and working condition prior to exchange of contracts.

Title & Tenure: The property is offered for sale Freehold with vacant possession on completion.
Please note there will be no clawback on any part of this property.

Local Authority: West Lancashire County Council

Wayleaves and Easements: There is an electricity pole in the paddock, owned by Electricity North West. An annual payment of £49 is received.

Council Tax: 1 Back Moss Farm = Council Tax Band C and 2 Back Moss Farm = Council Tax Band D.

Viewings: Viewings are strictly by appointment with the sole selling agents

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