Slaidburn Road

Waddington, Clitheroe, Lancashire, Lancashire, BB7 3AA

Offers in the region of

£1,100,000


4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms
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Ribble Valley

01200 411 155

clitheroe@abarnett.co.uk


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*Superb Ribble Valley Home * Suits Range of Buyers * Equestrian / Agricultural * Separate Annex Accommodation * Field and building * Just over 7.5 acres Offering exceptional levels of privacy, yet within a short drive from Waddington, this fantastic home enjoys a prominent position looking over the Ribble Valley with the moorland giving an attractive yet dramatic backdrop and setting it apart from others. This property could suit a range of buyers to include: those looking for a home in a stunning location, or those who are looking for a small holding, for equestrian or agricultural purposes. The spacious house enjoys 3-4 reception rooms and has 4 bedrooms. A separate superb 3 bedroom annex over a triple car garage to the rear provides space for extended family living, or holiday-let business. Moorcock House includes gardens and a field totalling 7.5 acres (3ha) or thereabouts and presents a fantastic opportunity in the locality.

Tucked off Slaidburn road, the property can be found at the end of a private driveway. There is plenty of space for parking. The front door opens into the large glazed entrance way providing plenty of space ahead of the main house. A door leads through to an impressive hallway, with a beautiful oak staircase which rises to the first floor. Doors are found off to various ground floor rooms.

The lounge enjoys a multifuel stove set in a stone fireplace with a highly attractive oak surround creating a wonderful focal point to the room. A sliding door leads through to the garden room, offering views over the property’s mature grounds.

The dining room is a lovely room which again enjoys a multifuel stove fireplace set in a brick fireplace, creating the perfect ambience for dining. A sliding glass door leads to the same garden room.

The study is found off the dining room: it is nicely tucked away for those who like to work from home, along with lovely views.

The garden room has sliding doors to both the lounge and dining room, making this great space for entertaining. There are lovely views of the gardens and beyond and access to the patio and lawned area.

The living kitchen is likely to be the hub of this wonderful home, with generous space for both dining and lounging. Complete with a painted Lancashire-made Laurel Farm Kitchen to include wall and base units along with a complimentary central island. The wood-fuelled Esse Range provides a great centrepiece to the room. Integrated appliances include oven, hob with an extractor over, dishwasher and wine cooler. There are glazed double doors to the rear gardens – ideal for those who like to keep an eye on their children and animals. The boiler room is found off the kitchen.

The rear entrance/bootroom/utility provides an everyday entrance and can help keep muddy boots at bay from the rest of the house.

The attractive staircase rises from the hall to the first-floor landing with doors leading to the bedroom spaces. The Principal Suite has a walk-in wardrobe and a bath En-suite. There are 3 further well-proportioned bedrooms along with a family bathroom which includes a free standing slipper bath, WC, pedestal wash basin and a shower.

The loft is fully boarded out and there is further potential to harness this space with the house as further office space, a hobby room or additional storage (subject to gaining any necessary consents.)

To the rear of the property there is a garage building, which has space to house 3 cars. A staircase rises up to the annex. There is a fully-fitted kitchen, including integrated appliances – oven, hob, with an extractor over. The living space is a large lounge and dining space with terrific views both toward the Ribble Valley and to the side up to the Fell. There are 3 bedrooms. The bathroom includes a bath with a shower over, WC and pedestal wash hand basin. The addition of this annex adds great flexibility to the property and could suit alternative uses such as gym, games room, home office, accommodation for guests and visitors, or even suitable to a holiday let business.

There is an 5 bay timber-framed building tucked away from the garden, which is ideal for those who keep animals and will serve the field well. This building is served with water and electricity and easily convert to stables for those with equestrian/agricultural interests.

The property for sale is shown edged red on the plan.

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