This idyllic smallholding is located within a perfect rural location, benefitting from expansive views over the land and surrounding valley. Oakenclough is an attractive rural hamlet on the edge of the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with the market town of Garstang being approximately 6 miles.
The beautiful farmhouse-style kitchen incorporates a spacious living / dining area and includes windows to the front and rear. The room benefits from base and wall mounted kitchen units with a central island and integrated sink, fridge freezer, dishwasher, Bosch microwave and feature Range Master electric cooker. The kitchen is open to a side living room, with the room benefitting from a central wood burning stove positioned within a stone fireplace with flagged hearth, providing a great sense of character and warmth to the room. Off the kitchen is a further utility benefiting from base units and sink, with an additional separate W.C.
From the kitchen, double glass panelled doors lead through into a spacious conservatory, with further double patio doors leading out onto the rear garden seating area, connecting the property to the beautiful garden space at the front. The room benefits from Veluxs to the ceiling and windows to all elevations, creating a light, spacious dining area with panoramic views out over the garden, grassland and woodland beyond.
The lounge benefits from windows to the sides, affording plenty of natural light and allowing views out over the side garden areas. The room includes a large central fireplace with stone lintel and uprights, enclosing a central log burning stove. Off the lounge is a further useful office / storage room.
To the first floor is the family bathroom, with window to the side and suite comprising WC, bath, wash hand basin and heated towel rail. The first floor also provides 4 character bedrooms benefiting from exposed timber beams and windows looking out over the front and side garden areas. The spacious main bedroom includes a walk-in wardrobe and en-suite comprising wash hand basin, WC and shower cubicle with tiled flooring and spotlights.
The property is approached via a private driveway leading off Long House Lane, with the driveway opening out into a spacious concrete and flagged yard, providing for ample car parking. To the front and side of the property is a superb stone flagged seating area with surrounding stone wall, with the surrounding gardens mainly comprising of a beautiful grass lawn with surrounding mature flower beds. To the front of the property the lawn slopes down to an attractive pond feature.
The property includes 2 timber framed former agricultural buildings, previously utilised for the housing of livestock and being under pitched sheet roofs, with concrete flooring, timber clad walls and vehicular access doors to the front elevation, allowing for easy vehicular access. Part of the main building has been converted to form a garage / car port, being open to the side and including a useful store with double glazed uPVC window to the side.
In total the property is set within approximately 11.88 acres (4.8 hectares) or thereabouts and is sat within a ring fence. Approximately 4.67 acres comprises of a grassland field to the front, with approximately 6.05 acres of surrounding mature woodland, providing for an enclosed and picturesque smallholding. There is the option to purchase additional land extending to approximately 10 acres via separate negotiation.
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