A delightful one-of-a-kind lifestyle home tucked away in idyllic village setting.
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Lane End Farm is a hidden gem of a property. Tucked away off a private road in the heart of Rufford, within a short stroll to an excellent village school and amenities, this delightful property is set in incredibly private, gorgeous enclosed gardens. Originally a farmhouse and attached cottage it was home to Edward Bridge (born 1773) who was the subject of the book “The Hero of Rufford.” It has recently been lovingly converted into one stunning Georgian family home with a distinctive interior. Sensitively restored and upgraded, our clients have created a magical property that exudes character whilst blending old and new seamlessly to create a home perfect for the 21st century. Throughout the house the standard of fittings and attention to detail is very high and must be viewed to be fully appreciated. Accessed via a private road off the highly exclusive cul-de-sac development "The Paddock, you enter the property through the original cottage doorway into a stone flagged entrance hall with cloakroom/WC and a formal dining room. This then leads into the spacious open plan lounge and sitting room that is full of character and features two working fireplaces and aspects over the cottage style gardens. There is an internal hall with original turning staircase, (half cellar beneath) and study. A stone flagged floor leads into an outstanding Matthew Marsden designer fitted kitchen with solid-wood handcrafted cabinets incorporating a range of built in appliances and granite style worktops. Off the kitchen a small glass corridor has a utility area and continues into a bespoke traditional glass roof, cedar-built Orangery providing another spacious family room with aspects over a pretty courtyard garden. The Orangery is glazed with tinted Pilkington self cleaning, double glazed units. Upstairs there are four bedrooms, a stylish four piece family bathroom, and a modern ensuite shower room and bespoke Stratton fitted furniture to master. Other benefits of this wonderful home include gas central heating, a brand new roof, freehold and no chain delay. The original main entrance is situated overlooking the lovely gardens leading down to a wooded area and path to the original gated entrance off Liverpool Road in a conservation area right in the heart of the village.
Offers in the Region Of £650,000
|Council||Band A||Band B||Band C||Band D||Band E||Band F||Band G||Band H|
|South Ribble Borough Council||£1,014.34||£1,183.41||£1,352.47||£1,521.52||£1,859.63||£2,197.76||£2,535.86||£3,043.04||Website|
|Chorley Borough Council||£1,003.58||£1,170.85||£1,338.11||£1,505.37||£1,839.89||£2,174.43||£2,508.95||£3,010.74||Website|
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