Situated within the Trough of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and lying within the scenic Lune Valley, Low House is approached via a beautiful private 22 tree lined driveway opening to a haven of tranquillity with the property enjoying 8 acres of grounds including 1.5 acres of immaculately manicured gardens.
The original farmhouse features three beautifully appointed reception rooms, each reflecting the style and character of the traditional building with fabulous Oak beams and panelling together with stone mullion windows, there is a hand crafted kitchen and complimentary utility together with four double bedrooms, two of which are En suite and a family bathroom.
The link from the farmhouse to the barn conversion is the imaginative glass atrium and gives a unique sense of the gardens whilst providing an experience in itself for quiet contemplation. This opens into the beautiful living Kitchen, a room for the family to enjoy with bi fold doors to the garden. The main living room is one of space and features the hand-crafted staircase, there is an entrance lobby for formal occasions together with the sumptuous bathroom with Italian Arabescato marble hand-picked from the quarry. Completing the property are two bedrooms to the first floor, each appointed with fitted furniture.
And so to the gardens and grounds...it is difficult to decide whether the accommodation is the feature of the property or the outside space as the two combine seamlessly to create such a delightful country residence. Water features throughout the grounds, be it the wildlife pond, the stream, the ornamental fountains or the indulgent hot tub and is audible almost everywhere outside. A real labour of love, the gardens have been planned and re planned and thoughtfully designed to create something for everyone, there are secret hideaways, sun terraces and even a garden room with the woodland which extends to 2.5 acres all carefully planted by the owners and providing a haven for wildlife. The acre paddock provides that something extra and is complemented by the additional buildings accessed off the courtyard. The Garage, would be an understatement and could safely house a fleet of vehicles or possibly stabling for a pony with the adjacent historical barn now being carefully stabilised as a ruin, being of curiosity and having a fabulous relaxation area with marble water fountain and a fun giant chess board.
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