Rawcliffe Road

St. Michaels, Preston, Lancashire, PR3 0UH

Asking price

£1,395,000


5 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms
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North Lancashire

01995 603 180

garstang@abarnett.co.uk


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Best of both worlds! A superb RURAL BUSINESS opportunity including a wonderful 5/6 bedroom detached home (with an agricultural occupancy condition) along with a detached two bedroom annex. There are a range of agricultural buildings with consent for conversion into commercial use, producing an income. There are further agricultural buildings with planning consent for conversion to commercial use. All set in 4.0 acres (1.6 ha) or thereabouts. The property will suit somebody looking for a work from home lifestyle or as a rural investment opportunity.

The driveway leads to a turning circle ahead of the front of the property – a centrepiece for the lawned gardens/orchard. There is plenty of parking at the front of the property together with a large double garage.

The front door opens into a spacious entrance hall which has doors off to the various ground floor rooms. The dining kitchen is a lovely welcoming room and has a range of wall and base mounted kitchen units with a contrasting work surface over. Integrated appliances include dishwasher, microwave, wine fridge and fridge freezer, range cooker with an extractor over and double sink. The utility room is found off and has a 1½ sink and drainer along with a point for a washing machine and a shower. The snug has patio doors out to the rear of the property and a feature fireplace giving a lovely focal point to the room.

The main lounge is a beautiful room which has a stone feature fireplace giving a cosy feel. Windows are to two elevations providing good levels of natural light.

The dining room has windows to two sides of the property along with a part glazed door to the side. To the rear of the property there is a patio area, greenhouse and gardens along with a room which currently houses the hot tub.

On the ground floor, there are two bedrooms which could be used flexibly as reception rooms to suit the buyer. One of these rooms is currently used as an office. There is a shower room which has a window to the rear of the property, a pedestal wash handbasin, WC and a shower.

The main farm house has an agricultural occupancy condition, where by Wyre Borough council have applied a planning condition on the building, whereby the building has been built where development would not normally be granted.

The staircase rises up to the first floor where there are four further bedrooms. The Principal Bedroom is exceptional and includes two walk in wardrobes and a superb ensuite comprising of a double ended bath, two pedestal wash hand basins, WC and shower. There are three further bedrooms along with a family bathroom which has a shower, WC and pedestal wash hand basin.

This exceptional family home has fantastic flexible accommodation and has been done to suit the current vendors. From the front of the property the driveway shoots off to the detached two bedroom annex. This was built approximately 5 years ago.

There is a kitchen and lounge area which has windows to both the front and rear of the property making it a lovely light space with a range of units, a sink and drainer. Integrated appliances include oven, hob with an extractor. There is also wood burning stove within the lounge area. There are two double bedrooms, one enjoys a window to the front of the property, and one has a window to the rear. The shower room has a shower, WC and wash handbasin in a unit. The utility room includes a sink and drainer along with a breakfast bar, point for a washer, dryer and a glazed door to the rear patio.

A paddock area is provided to the side of the property and would suit those with agricultural and equestrian type interests.

There are a range of commercial units as per the table and the site plan within the brochure. There are currently no agreements in place with the tenants and we would imagine the buyer would look to regularise the agreements with each of the tenants when their ownership commences. The buildings have a range of construction including rendered block built, along with steel and timber frame buildings. There are kitchen and office facilities to support the commercial units which also serve the agricultural enterprise. To the rear of the commercial units there is building with planning consent for the conversion to commercial use.

The buildings currently used for agricultural are 16,16A, 16B and buildings 11 and 12 are derelict.

Those interested in the property should familiarise themselves as to the planning consents in relation to Horrocks Farm. There are other planning consents relating to the house and annex, please see adjacent planning consents.

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