Located just outside the village of Goosnargh, with the Fells as a backdrop and convenient access to the main road and motorway networks, this flexible property has fantastic alternative use potential subject to gaining any necessary consents.
The 9 hole golf course is well presented, and has been carefully planned and planted to create a stunning setting to enjoy. There are a number of features on the course including ponds and woodland which add landscape-value to the property.
There is scope for alternative uses subject to gaining any necessary consents. The golf course benefits from a separate access directly off Inglewhite Road, whilst the house and buildings are accessed along an additional private driveway.
There is also a grazing paddock beyond totalling some 1.7 acres (0.7 hectares) OTA in area.
The property is complete with a 3 bedroom dwelling which has scope to be altered and improved to suit the requirements and needs of the buyer. This includes a kitchen with a range of wall and base mounted kitchen units, a 1½ sink and drainer, along with a point for an electric cooker, washing machine and dishwasher. There is a further reception room and two further reception / bedrooms rooms on the ground floor along with the family bathroom. The staircase rises up to the first floor where there are two spacious bedrooms, with one benefitting from a dressing area off (though the access we dont believe needs building regulations).
The property also features a highly attractive Grade II* Listed traditional stone built barn which is a real asset to the Whinney Clough property. Dated 1639, it sits alongside the dwelling and has previously had planning consent for a live /work unit (Application Number 06/2000/0570).
Beyond the sizeable stone barn, there is a range of further steel, timber and dutch-style buildings, some of which are in disrepair, but which present a practical space considering the substantial acreage that comes with this site.
The buildings present great scope for alternative use potential, as indicated by the previously approved planning application, including leisure, equestrian and agricultural use or would suit those simply wishing to own and develop a property in an attractive and private location set deep within the Lancashire countryside.
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