Hut Lane, Off Long Lane

Heath Charnock, Chorley, Lancashire, Lancashire, PR6 9EG

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4 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms
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South Lancashire

01704 895 995

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A true dream home, Brindles Farm offers a beautiful stone built former Farmhouse of generous proportions set in approximately 50 acres. Immaculately presented with accommodation including 3/4 Reception Rooms, 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, a fantastic Kitchen, Utility and Conservatory. This beautiful home is ideal for a family or those who enjoy space.

A Garage and Stable building gives opportunity for equestrian use but also alterative use (subject to gaining any necessary consent) such as an annexe accommodation, home office or gym. The immediate grounds are very well kept and include gardens, fruit trees, a Greenhouse, Log Cabin, Tennis Courts and Japanese gardens. Beyond there are 46.7 acres which include agricultural land and woodland. The land can be enjoyed by those with agricultural or equestrian interest, alternatively it could be used to ensure total privacy. Security is provided by way of electronically operated entry gates, CCTV and a comprehensive alarm system.

Brindles Farm is in Heath Charnock which is nestled between Bolton and Chorley, ideal for those who wish to commute. Both Chorley and Bolton offer a comprehensive range of amenities with Manchester and Preston being slightly further afield. The property enjoys stunning far reaching views towards Winter Hill and Rivington Pike . The location is superb for exploring the stunning surrounding countryside with many local walks on the doorstep.

Understated electronically operated gates open onto a private road leading to a large turning circle and spacious parking areas where the view of the house opens up.

The front door opens into a very spacious Entrance Vestibule and into the Hall beyond. Immediately, it is easy to see the character and quality retained kept throughout the house.
There are features such as exposed stone and timber beams and a country feel set the house off. There are 3/4 Reception Rooms in total. The Study is found off the Hall along with the Cloakroom.
The spacious Lounge has windows to two elevations offering fantastic views and creating an exceptionally light room. An open fire gives a lovely focal point to the room. The Dining Room also enjoys the superb views across the countryside. The layout to the Kitchen to Breakfast Room and Dining Room beyond offers great space for entertaining. The Kitchen has a range of oak kitchen units by Simpsons of Colne with a granite work surface over, positioned around a cream Aga providing a lovely country feature. There is a range of quality built in appliances including ‘Liebherr’ fridge freezer and ‘Miele’ dishwasher.

A door leads to the side Patio and a semi-glazed door opens into the Conservatory which offers views over the gardens. A Utility/Boot Room is also found off the Kitchen.
The stunning Staircase rises from the Hall to the first floor landing where a feature galleried area can be seen.

There are 4 Bedrooms in total all boasting lovely views. The Master and Second Bedroom have shower en-suites.

The Family Bathroom includes a roll top bath, separate shower, W.C., bidet and wash hand basin set in a unit.
The immediate grounds are exceptionally well presented. A large turning circle and parking area is provided along with a large triple Garage with 5 Stables off (One Stable is currently used as an air-conditioned Wine Store). This building has alternative use potential, subject to gaining any necessary consent.

The superb Gardens offer a large expanse of lawn, orchard area with a variety of fruit trees, thatched Wendy House and a ‘Hartley Botanic’ Greenhouse which is located close to the Tennis Courts. The Japanese gardens are delightful with a character Summer House nearby.
The Log Cabin has been used as a Games Room and includes a W.C. and Kitchenette. Again the Log Cabin has alternative use potential subject to gaining any necessary consent. A natural pond completes the formal gardens.

The house itself is positioned in approximately 2.9 acres (including the driveway), 1.17 hectares. The remainder of the property is either agricultural land or woodland with the total area being 46.7 acres or thereabouts.
The plan of the land is available from the Agent’s offices.

If approaching Long Lane from Weavers Brow, take a left hand turn into Hut Lane, continuing over the bridge and take the first immediate left turn (no through road). Continue past the cottages and manor house to the very end of the lane where the property is located.

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