Medlar Lane

Kirkham, Preston, Lancashire, PR4 3HR

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6 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms
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North Lancashire

01995 603 180

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A fantastic detached substantial home with large undeveloped traditional brick barns (part of the single storey shippon has been developed) all set in a total of 9.7 acres (3.9ha) OTA. There is also a steel portal frame building which is being used for storage. There is plenty of scope for alternative uses subject to gaining any necessary consents. Thought to date back to 1822, this appealing home offers fantastic family sized accommodation incorporating 5/6 bedrooms 3/4 reception rooms. The property has been extended and improved a number of years ago to bring more contemporary living to the property.

There are two fields in total along with a paddock/orchard to the rear which incorporates a play area. A plan is included within the brochure to indicate the boundaries.

The property is entered from the side into an entrance vestibule and dining hall beyond. A WC is found off and the staircase rises up to the first floor, along with a door to the living kitchen and dining room. The living kitchen is a superb family space and includes contrasting kitchen units with a granite work surface over, along with a complimentary breakfast bar and built in table. There is a point for a range cooker, an integrated dishwasher and microwave. Bifold doors offer access out to the side patio and decked area, making this an ideal space for enjoying outdoor entertaining. A utility room and WC are found off the rear hall, which adjoins the living kitchen.

The ground floor has 3/4 further reception rooms, which could be used to suit the buyers own uses and specifications. The first reception room includes a wood burning stove, set in an attractive brick and stone surround and incorporates built in cupboards. The next reception room is positioned at the front of the house and has windows to two elevations along with an open fire set in a stone surround.

A further large reception room has windows to the front and side of the property and has previously been two reception rooms opened into the one. There is shelving and cupboards fitted within this room along with a wood burning stove set in an attractive fireplace.

The staircase rises up to the first floor where there is a landing and doors into the various bedrooms. The Principal Bedroom suite is found on the first floor which includes a dressing room and a large ensuite. The dressing room is fully fitted and has windows out to the front of the property. The Principal Bedroom has windows overlooking the countryside to the side of the property and the ensuite includes a WC, double ended bath with integrated television point, wash handbasin set in a unit and a wet room style shower.

There are two further bedrooms on the first floor along with a family bathroom which includes a ‘P’ shaped bath, wash hand basin and a WC. Beyond there is a space which is currently fitted out to be used as a study which gives access to the cinema room / bedroom. The cinema equipment is in situ (to include automatic black out blinds, electric screen and projector). A shower ensuite is found off and therefore can be used as a bedroom. This room offers fantastic views out to three sides of the property, meaning that it can be a lovely light space and a buyer may prefer to use this as the Principle Bedroom.

The staircase rises up into the second floor space, where there are two further bedrooms and a shower room.

A double height brick on slate built barn and further ‘L’ shaped shippon. The ‘L’ shaped shippon currently has a garage which includes an electric up and over door along with space used as a gym. There is scope to alter the undeveloped elements of the property either into equestrian or agricultural use or alternative uses subject to gaining any necessary consents. Plans have previously been drawn up to develop the barn but have never been submitted.
The traditional brick buildings are set around a courtyard which has been laid down to gravel and has a turning circle in the centre. Beyond the courtyard there is a steel frame building and agricultural land. In total the property sits in 9.7 acres (3.9ha) or thereabouts, meaning that the property is likely to suit those with agricultural / equestrian interests, or those simply looking for more space of their own.

The property is located along Medlar Lane and has exceptional access to the main road and motorway network along with Junction 3 of the M55 making this location ideal for commuters. The property can be found to the North of Kirkham and Wesham. Kirkham and Wesham have a range of amenities including shops, supermarkets, healthcare providers and a range of schools including Kirkahm Grammar School.

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