Oldest House in Tarleton For Sale

Posted on Thursday, September 20, 2018


Oldest House in Tarleton For Sale

We are delighted to offer for sale this truly delightful & sensitively restored detached cottage in heart of the vibrant village of Tarleton. Gatcliffe Farm House is a beautiful Grade II listed detached former farmhouse that was built originally in 1605, the year of the gunpowder plot and when Shakespeare was very much in his heyday. Listed as the oldest house in Tarleton it sits in the very heart of the village and forms part of the pretty ‘Plox Brow’ conservation area. Sitting on a mature plot on the corner of Church Road it has undergone extensive refurbishment by the current owners and is a property with spacious accommodation, character and decorative flair that must be viewed to be appreciated. Inside everything has been refurbished with all the original features (including mullion windows, exposed beamed ceilings and framework, panelling, open fire, original doors and stripped timber floors) restored to their former glory or items reclaimed to blend old and new seamlessly to create a home perfect for the 21st century. The house has a lot of bespoke fitted furniture and is complimented with beautiful Laura Ashley & Farrow and Ball wallpapers and paint schemes. Outside there are gardens to three sides which have been landscaped with a fantastic cobbled set driveway providing ample off road parking and leading to a detached garage. The rear garden is fully enclosed and surprisingly quiet & private (it is not overlooked) considering how centrally it is located in the village and features an expansive lawn, raised flower beds, a Yorkshire stone patio and a individually designed garden room & Victorian greenhouse.

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