This is an opportunity to purchase a stunning and individual home with great character nestled underneath Pendle Hill in the picturesque and highly desirable village of Barley located in an area of outstanding natural Beauty. A conversion of a former Water Filter House, a stunning piece of historic municipal architecture in the hamlet of Barley Green. Set in an award winning village, a walkers paradise, the property opens onto rolling countryside with stream to the front and for those wanting access to the M65 motorway, the village of Barrowford is within a ten minute drive and Junction 13 of the M65 is within fifteen minutes giving access into the national motorway network. Accessed via a private road, number 4 is the centre unit with an imposing arched stone work façade to the front of the seven houses.
You enter the property from the front into an impressive flagged hallway with ground floor cloakroom through to the lounge with wood burning stove set in a stone Inglenook feature fireplace through to the snug before entering a large and impressive dining kitchen with an extensive range of fitted base and wall units with quartz work surfaces, Belfast sink, Rangemaster cooker and fridge freezer, all with LED downlighting and opening out onto the rear patio area. There is a utility room which has base units and quartz work surfaces and plumbing for automatic washing machine.
On the first floor is the master bedroom with en-suite shower room and fitted wardrobes, second bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a house bathroom with Roca bathroom suite. A further two double bedrooms give this home a really spacious feel.
Externally there is a private Indian paved patio area with sloping garden. The property also benefits from a single garage and two allocated private car parking spaces.
The property offers contemporary and modern living with state of the art underfloor heating, double glazing, superb fitted kitchen, bathrooms and bedroom furniture.