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Guide Price  £525,000

Maltkiln Lane, Bispham, L40 3SH

Grange Farm Barn is a beautiful Grade 2 listed stone-built barn conversion that has been split into 3 distinctive and bespoke homes

  • Beautiful 17th century barn conversion
  • Distinctive home full of character
  • Stunning semi-rural village setting
  • Double garage with power
  • Four bedrooms / Two bathrooms
  • Two reception rooms & Study
  • Generous mature gardens & parking
  • 1966 SQ.FT. in total / Freehold

Grange Farm Barn is a beautiful Grade 2 listed stone-built barn conversion that has been split into 3 distinctive and bespoke homes full of character, nestled right in the heart of the pretty village of Bispham & surrounded by gorgeous Lancashire countryside. Number 1 is an end house incorporating a large double storey barn window & balcony landing that has historical significance having been at the heart of village life in Bispham since 1694.

Approached via a private gravelled track off Eccles Lane bordered by beautiful open countryside, the property is set back within mature and immaculately maintained gardens and boasts a first impression that is hard to better. There is also a enclosed west-facing garden & patio area plus a large gravelled courtyard area for parking where number 1 can park up to 4 vehicles privately and get access to their own double garage which has power and lights.

Offering approximately 1,600 square feet of actual living space (not including garage) this is a spacious and well-planned home perfect for families looking for a character home in a rural setting yet don't want to compromise on living space or convenience. A lovely welcoming reception hallway features a bespoke half-turn staircase and wooden flooring that continues and runs through through the ground floor accommodation into a study and a large dining / family room that both have fitted bookshelves / storage, a cloakroom/WC plus a separate lounge featuring double aspects and an exposed fireplace with stone hearth and lintel. Off the dining room and accessed via an original stone archway the bespoke kitchen has been fitted with a range of high quality wall and base units incorporating granite worktops, a breakfast bar, fridge freezer, Belfast sink, Falcon gas range cooker & extractor hood and built in AEG microwave oven. French doors lead out into a pretty patio area and access a private enclosed garden to side that enjoys a sunny westerly aspect.

Upstairs is full of character with a feature balcony landing at its heart. A large double storey barn window combining with good ceiling height creates a lovely bright space with access to four good sized bedrooms which have a contemporary white finish complementing these rooms original features such as exposed beams & pitch pine doors. Two of rooms have been fitted with high quality 'Sharps' fitted robes / storage and there is an ensuite shower room off the master bed. A stylish principal bathroom with bath, separate shower cubicle, vanity wash hand basin and low level WC complemented with fully tiled walls and floors completes the accommodation.

We are advised by the sellers that the property is freehold with no management / service fees. Council tax band F

Council Band A Band B Band C Band D Band E Band F Band G Band H  
Wigan Council £912.44 £1,064.51 £1,216.58 £1,378.40 £1,672.80 £1,976.95 £2,281.10 £2,737.32 Website
West Lancashire £1,001.18 £1,168.05 £1,334.92 £1,501.77 £1,835.49 £2,169.23 £2,502.95 £3,003.54 Website
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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