Tucked away, just off the centre of Chatburn: this popular Ribble Valley village is just a short drive from Clitheroe yet enjoys a true village community. Chatburn has a range of amenities including shops and salons, a popular primary school, playing field and active associations, two public houses and a number of places of worship. There is easy access onto the A59 which provides links to the motorway. The closest train station is in Clitheroe along with further amenities including secondary schools, shops, supermarkets and places to dine out.
Being in the Ribble Valley, the property is close to the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there is plenty of opportunity to make the most of the outdoors.
The charming Grade II listed farmhouse offers great potential for the purchaser to fully modernise and improve. Of generous proportions and with a wealth of character features, it includes mullion windows and beams, providing a fantastic base for renovation.
The house includes two good-sized reception rooms, a dining kitchen, a pantry and shower / utility room to the ground floor, whilst to the first floor there are four bedrooms along with a family bathroom.
A further staircase rises to the second floor which opens to an attic room which is unable to be classed as a bedroom but has been used as such before. Beyond is a further attic room which has provided the vendor with storage. The house has a cellar beyond ground level.
Attached to the house is an undeveloped building known by the vendors as The Cheese Room this building offers potential for conversion for a variety of uses, subject to gaining all the necessary consents. The cheese press in the corner is listedand provides an interesting feature.
The house is sat in highly attractive gardens, giving a quintessentially English country garden feel with a central path, areas of lawn, flagged areas, along with raised beds.
There are some stone outbuildings to include an open-fronted outbuilding which has potential to alter to suit the buyers needs (subject to gaining any necessary consents). At the bottom of the garden is a further stone building with a seating arrangement and including an attractive arch, an ideal place to look back at what has potential to be an extremely impressive home.
Included in the sale is a range of traditional outbuildings which have potential to be developed (subject to gaining any necessary consents) The stone barn is attached to an adjoining property, this is over two floors also with a single storey section, currently used as garaging and workshop. A brick pillared barn completes the outbuildings. The orchard area beyond is a great feature.
The fields included are down to grass and sit at the rear of Crow Trees Farm. The fields can also be accessed from Crow Trees Brow. The area for sale includes a roadway (to the westerly boundary) which provides access for the properties not within the vendors ownership.
Please note, the out buildings must not be entered unless by prior arrangement. Care must be taken around any livestock on the land.
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