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Approached by way of a gated private entrance set back off Back Lane, the driveway sweeps towards the rear of the plot and provides a parking area for a number of vehicles facing the detached house. Adjacent to the house are the existing kennels and outbuildings. The current owners have for many years been established licensed breeders and there is scope to increase the kennels to perhaps include boarding, subject to the necessary consents. The property also has a large enclosed yard which is secure and under cover. A particular asset for the dog breeding, given that dogs can exercise in all weathers. To the south of the plot, there is a wooded area in addition to a well-kept and substantial lawn with flagged patio and timber outbuilding/summerhouse off. The vendors have also received a positive pre-application response from Chorley Planning Department for a detached two-bedroom bungalow, to be constructed adjacent to the detached house and replacing the existing outbuildings and kennels. Further details on application. To the north of the property is open farmland and detached dwelling to the east, the M6 to the west of the property and a woodland area to the south of the property nearest to Back Lane. The property provides a central entrance porch with open plan sitting room and separate living room off. From the living room, this leads into the fitted kitchen with WC, substantial utility and conservatory area off. The conservatory overlooks open farmland to the rear. The first floor provides three double bedrooms, all with built-in wardrobes, family bathroom and separate WC. The windows in both lounges and bedrooms have been replaced recently with acoustic double glazing and had acoustic ventilation fitted.