Approaching the house by a private drive the first glimpse of the house is the charming front elevation of this Georgian Grade II listed home, extended to the rear in around 1950. Steps lead to the front door and into the imposing entrance hallway with the original Georgian staircase and original parquet flooring.
The ground floor has an inviting warm drawing room flooded with natural light, original window and shutters around the beautiful large bay window. Parquet flooring, with a period fireplace and wood burning stove creating a focal point to the room. The snug room is off the main hallway. A cosy room perfect for a less formal living space, with a window overlooking the garden and terrace.
The kitchen is to the rear and side of the house, a fabulous space with an original Georgian stone floor. Doors lead out to the sun terrace area of the garden. Off the hallway there is a door leading down the cellar. The stairs lead to the first floor with four bedrooms to this level.
The master bedroom to the front with beautiful bay window with views over the countryside, a period fireplace and original flooring.
The master bedroom to the front with beautiful bay window has views over the countryside, a period fireplace and original flooring. The shower room is to the side of master bedroom. The main family bathroom provides a roll top bath, a sink unit and WC. is to the side of two of the bedrooms.
Continuing up the staircase leading to two further bedrooms, the room to the front of the house has wood flooring, original feature fireplace, a bay window with views .The second again has original features. The top floor is attic space that currently are used by the owner as a work studio and storage area.
Externally, the brook runs the full length of the edge of the garden, there are several separate sections to the garden including a large lawned area, sun terrace. A summer house in the bottom corner with steps leading to a gate which will take you to the mill pond, which the property has right of access over.
Please note that there is a consent for redevelopment of a nearby Mill to form a hotel with holiday cottages, wedding venue, bar, restaurant and Spa. Under planning appeal APP/T2350/W/15/3119224 - Land at Malt Kiln Brow, Chipping, Lancashire PR3 2GP & APP/T2350/Y/15/3119225 - Land at Malt Kiln Brow, Chipping, Lancashire PR3 2GP. Further details upon request
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