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Brick Kiln Lane, Rufford
For Sale £390,000

  • Double Fronted Semi-detached Cottage
  • Three/Four Double Bedrooms
  • Circa 1895 Square Feet
  • Two/Three Reception Rooms
  • Two Bath/Shower Rooms
  • 17’ Sitting Room
  • 23’ Open Plan Kitchen/Diner
  • Good Sized Rear Garden with Open Views
  • Off Road Parking
  • Within Easy Reach of the Motorway Network and Local Railway Station

Positively overflowing with curb appeal, this simply delightful double-fronted, semi-detached cottage-style home enchants the heart with a mere glance towards its chocolate box exterior, brimming with an abundance of character and charm. The property originally formed part of a single-storey Dutch barn, before later being converted into a pair of two storey semi-detached cottages, however this home has certainly lost none of its aesthetic appeal. Beauty is far from skin deep here... More

Positively overflowing with curb appeal, this simply delightful double-fronted, semi-detached cottage-style home enchants the heart with a mere glance towards its chocolate box exterior, brimming with an abundance of character and charm. The property originally formed part of a single-storey Dutch barn, before later being converted into a pair of two storey semi-detached cottages, however this home has certainly lost none of its aesthetic appeal. Beauty is far from skin deep here though and one cannot impress enough the need for an internal inspection to appreciate not only the plentiful features, but also the wealth of accommodation on display, with deceptively spacious proportions throughout, extending to circa 1,895 square feet in total, affording two/three reception rooms, three/four bedrooms and two bath/shower rooms. The property is situated in the idyllic parish of Rufford, a shining example of the quintessential English country village and one of West Lancashire’s finest, with picturesque countryside and a marina to mention just a few of its highlights. Whilst the location offers a quality lifestyle and a real feeling of rural living, the reality is that one is far from being remote, with the village benefitting from its own train station, as well as being within easy reach of the motorway network, both of which will be handy for the commuter, safe in the knowledge that one can return to their country retreat of an evening, perhaps to enjoy a relaxing stroll with the dogs along the banks of the Leeds Liverpool Canal. The extended accommodation is presented in excellent order throughout and complimented by the neutral décor and light-filled living spaces; entering via the entrance hallway with its staircase to the first floor, before proceeding through into the 17’ sitting room, complete with its feature fireplace, which enjoys a warm and inviting ambiance which is so conducive to relaxation. One continues through into the 23’ open plan kitchen/diner, which has a real hub of the home style feel and provides that much desired wonderfully sociable entertaining space which is so popular in modern-day living, with the nominated chef for the evening not needing to be excluded from the fun and with one’s guests able to spill out onto the rear garden via the French doors for an after-dinner cocktail or two in those warm summer evenings. The kitchen is comprehensively fitted with an extensive range of farmhouse-style wall and base units in Oak with contrasting black granite work surfaces, complete with a central island, double Belfast sink and Rangemaster cooker with extractor hood, whilst there is an off-lying utility room, three piece ground floor shower room and a separate two piece cloakroom/WC, all of which are most handy appointments to any family home. The rear of the property is reserved for the 21’ main lounge, a superb addition by our client which has added much flexibility to the accommodation and will no doubt be the space in which the family spends the majority of their time, bathed in natural light via the plethora of windows, including another set of French doors opening onto the rear garden, whilst the gorgeous exposed brick fireplace houses the all-important solid fuel burner, which conjures images of frosty winter evenings huddled around a roaring fire. The ground floor is completed by a flexible 10’ room which could be utilised for a number of purposes, including a study for those who require some space to work from home or perhaps a fourth bedroom, if required. To the first floor, the landing provides access to the three very generous double bedrooms, as well as the large family bathroom, which is fitted with a four piece suite in classic white, comprising of WC, pedestal wash hand basin, free-standing roll-top bath and separate shower cubicle. The outside spaces marry perfectly with the spacious interior, with the rear garden being of a wonderful size and benefitting from open views over the adjoining farmland. The swathes of lawn provide ample opportunity for the little ones to burn off their energy, surrounded by mature trees and plants to the borders and with mum and dad able to keep a watchful eye from any of the seating areas, which includes a pretty stone-flagged patio. Two timber sheds provide some storage space, with off-road parking facilities provided on the block-paved driveway. We would highly recommend an internal inspection of this outstanding family home to fully appreciate all that it has to offer

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