£340,000 Offers over
**Under Offer at Closing Thursday 19th October 2017 ** We are delighted to offer to the market this stunning and very rarely available Grade A listed, lower conversion with flexible accommodation. This magnificent home was originally built circa 1900 and was commissioned by Mr Coates a rich local cotton mill owner as a wedding present for his daughter. No expense was spared in the attention to the exquisite period detailing that now makes up the lower conversion part of this magnificent property. Set in tranquil grounds extending to approximately 2.5 acres in total, this property is absolutely brimming with charm and possibility. There is potential (subject to planning approval) to sell off or develop part of the large garden into four or five, four bedroomed house plots. There is also potential (subject to planning approval) to develop the cottage which is to the rear of the land. Given so much space it is difficult to know where to start. The accommodation comprises of: The large and modern fitted kitchen is finished in a good range of white units, including an island unit. There are built in appliances which also include a fridge, dishwasher, microwave and a range cooker with ample space for a breakfast table. The utility room contains a washing machine, tumble dryer and an American style fridge freezer. The lounge is an incredible size and is a feast of period detail, with original ceiling and cornice work still beautifully intact and a beautiful marble feature fireplace and stunning period bay windows that flood the room with natural light. It has to be seen to be appreciated. The stunning dining hall would not look out of place in a BBC period drama from the 1800's. With an open fireplace and beautifully finished wood panelled walls surrounding the room. The dual aspect master bedroom is a size akin to the lounge, again the stunning feature bay windows allow the light to flood in, while intricate cornice work adorns the walls and the ceiling. The tiled family bathroom is bright, fresh and well appointed, with a modern roll top bath, stand alone shower and a white suite. There are a further five bedrooms within the property which given the self-contained kitchen and toilet facilities could easily be rented out for an income if so desired. There is also a double garage workshop and space that could easily make an outside office for working from home. The possibilities for this stunning and completely unique home are almost limitless for someone with an eye for a grand design. Some properties tick all the boxes, this is certainly one of them. Given the extensive gardens and subject to planning approval, this could truly be a once in a lifetime developers dream or even a great home for an equestrian enthusiast. Either way, we can clearly see it makes a completely unique place to call home, you will see it too. Early viewing is strongly advised.
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