Back Drinkhouse Lane, Croston, PR26 9JL

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Property Features

  • Stunning period property
  • Beautiful gardens
  • Four reception rooms
  • Four double bedrooms
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  • No upward chain
4 Bedrooms
4 Bathrooms
4 Receptions

Full Details

Back Lane Farm is a beautiful old farmhouse dating back to the late 1700s on a substantial plot of over one third of an acre, located on one of the most sought after lanes in the village, beautifully refurbished and retaining many original features. Available with no upward chain.

With a cottage garden to the front bounded by stone flags with metal ties, step through the gate and stroll up to the main entrance. Step into the vestibule and from there to the welcoming hallway with seating area and multifuel stove. Leading off is the cloakroom comprising floating wash hand basin and wc.

With over 4,000 square feet of accommodation on offer this fabulous property has four reception rooms all with distinct personalities. The living room has multifuel stove in imposing fireplace with sliding patio doors overlooking the garden. The lounge has media wall with remote control LED fire and opens to the garden room with bifold doors to the terrace. The dining room has exposed beams from ships from Hesketh Bank, multifuel stove and leads off from the heart of the house which comprises a range of wall and base units with Silestone work surfaces, which are 95% quartz mixed with resin and mirror fragments to give a glorious sparkle, a central island and breakfast bar, sink with etched drainer insinkerater and boiler tap, dishwasher and original meat safe.

Completing the ground floor is the wine store adjacent to the dining room and the utility room with additional wall and base units, space, power and plumbing for appliances and central heating boiler and water tank driving the pressurised system.

Externally the driveway can easily accommodate five vehicles and leads to the four car garage over which, and reached by an external staircase is a sizeable office space with discrete additional storage and spacious balcony from which to view the south west facing garden.

From the terrace to woodland glade this is an absolute delight from the Indian stone bordered by naturalised gravel, koi carp pond, lawn with well stocked borders including wedding tier plant, aquilegia, allium, phlomis, Verbascum and many more. Arrive at the summerhouse with bar which, having power and light, would also make an excellent home office or gymnasium behind which is another seating area where you can listen to the waterfall cascading down over rocks. When you are ready, return to the house via the rockery walk bordered by amelanchier and scarlet hawthorn.

Back inside to the first floor bedroom one is lovely and bright with windows to two elevations and benefits from dressing room and en suite comprising rainfall mixer shower in walk in cubicle, wc and floating wash hand basin. The guest room has views over the garden and en suite comprising bath, floating wash hand basin, wc and mixer shower in cubicle.

There are two further double bedrooms each with fitted wardrobes, the home office and family bathroom comprising rainfall shower in walk in cubicle, floating wash hand basin and wc.

Within easy reach of all village amenities and countryside walks, in the catchment area for excellent schools and with over 4,000 square feet of accommodation on offer this is a stunning family home. Do give us a call to arrange a viewing and make it yours. Council tax G, EPC to follow, Freehold.