Converted in the 1970s to create one large residence the property sits on three levels. Expansive garaging/storage was created on the ground floor, whilst living accommodation is on the first floor.
There is a spacious lounge which is open to the dining area with a large-dining kitchen along with 2/3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The living space has views out over the grounds or out to a courtyard area towards neighbouring cottages.
The second floor has been used as a library and includes various shelving. The attic space has attractive beams and also has potential.
Set in 2.1 acres of grounds, this super property has yet further scope, providing a generous plot which would make fantastic grounds. Part of the plot is steeply sloping. A large stone chimney is also found within the plot.
Situated in the heart of the attractive hamlet of Barley and desirable for its location at the foot of Pendle Hill, there is also good access to the main road and motorway network. The village of Barley boasts two popular village pubs and various community facilities including village hall and childrens playground. It lies within the Forest of Bowland AONB. A range of amenities and independent shops are found just a short drive away at Barrowford. The property itself is situated along a private road off Barley New Road.
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