Long Lane, Heath Charnock
Ivy Cottage within Limbrick Village is a stunning example of a detached stone dwelling. Our clients have carried out significant renovation works during the last four years, the results being a home that has been finished with great thought and using quality materials. The specification shines through and is highlighted by aspects such as the oak floor to the lounge and stone flagged flooring to the dining room. There is an excellent versatility to both the bedroom and living accommodation with there being a possibility of three or five bedrooms depending on your preference. In its present layout the master suite affords an impressive en suite shower room plus large dressing room. The ground floor layout itself has four reception areas with the addition of creature comforts such as separate utility, ground floor cloakroom and pantry. Galleried landings look into parts of this ground floor accommodation. A very important aspect of this property is the rural location, but this has not stopped the property from being connected to mains services which is a feature seldom associated with rural properties. Externally there is a pleasant gravel drive with gardens to each side where significant work has been carried out to landscape the formally tiered gardens to create a now altogether more level and useable zone. The property is not overlooked to the rear and we anticipate good rates of interest.
Limbrick Village is roughly between Horwich and Chorley and close to Rivington and Heath Charnock. The hamlet style location therefore benefits from excellent access to the surrounding countryside which we feel fair to describe as 'on the doorstep' and would no doubt suit those who enjoy spending time outdoors. There is a country pub serving the hamlet with a number of other pubs and restaurants within the general area; whilst a good variety of retail outlets can be found in both Horwich and Chorley town centres. Despite the rural setting it is worthy of note that Adlington train station is around 2.5 miles away and Junction 7 of the M61 is between 2-3 miles away. Chorley includes a number of primary and secondary schools with primary schools also available within Adlington centre itself.
11' 2" x 4' (3.40m x 1.22m) with glass paneled door and side screens. Two further windows and fitted storage. Tiled finish to the floor and exposed stone.
13' 10" x 16' 1" (4.22m x 4.90m) with stone flagged finish to the floor and a feature fireplace. French doors with side windows open onto and overlook the rear garden. Galleried landing with staircase finished in oak and incorporating wine storage area underneath.
15' 3" x 13' 5" (4.65m x 4.09m) with two front facing windows plus rear window. Flooring in oak. Stone fireplace and hearth with a a multi fuel stove and open access into Reception 3.
6' 4" x 11' 4" (1.93m x 3.45m) A versatile space with front, gable and rear windows. Vaulted ceiling. Beamed finish. Matching oak finish to the floor.
7' 7" x 14' 1" (2.31m x 4.29m) with front window and doors with side screen opening onto a patio area. Laminate finish to the floor. Provides a good versatile space.
14' 2" x 18' 5" (4.32m max x 5.61m max) L-shaped room with front window plus large feature window to the front. Tiled finish to the floor. Stunning kitchen fitted with wall and base units plus granite work surfaces. Space for electric Aga, Belfast style sink, fridge and integral dishwasher.
13' 7" x 6' 4" (4.14m x 1.93m) Matching tiled finish to the floor from the kitchen. Fitted with base units, sink and gas central heating boiler. Space for appliances. Further storage and shelving. Access in to a pantry. Access into ground floor Cloakroom.
Pantry / Store Room
4' 9" x 5' 1" (1.45m x 1.55m)
with two piece suite in white including wc and hand basin.
galleried landing with part vaulted ceiling with beamed finish. Front facing window.
14' 3" x 14' 3" (4.34m x 4.34m) with front and rear windows plus roof light. Vaulted and beamed finish to the ceiling and quality oak finish to the floor.
En Suite Shower Room
7' 11" x 6' (2.41m x 1.83m) with part vaulted ceiling and roof lights. Tiled finish to the floor and walls. Shaped double width shower cubicle, wc with concealed cistern and hand basin on a granite plinth. Under floor heating.
10' 3" x 14' 4" (3.12m x 4.37m max to rear of wardrobes) with part vaulted ceiling and beamed finish. Rear facing window. oak finish to the floor. Views over the nearby fields. Range of built-in storage. Potential to create a single bedroom if required.
14' x 14' 5" (4.27m x 4.39m max to alcove) Rear double with front facing window and roof light to the vaulted ceiling.
7' 6" x 8' (2.29m x 2.44m) positioned to the rear with rear facing window with views over the fields. Oak finish to the floor. Part vaulted ceiling.
8' 7" x 7' (2.62m x 2.13m into recess) with claw footed style bath set within the recess with electric shower over and standalone taps. Hand basin within vanity unit and wc. Rear facing patterned window. Part-vaulted ceiling with beamed finish.
To the front: a gravelled driveway with beds for plants and shrubs.
To the rear: a superbly landscaped garden which includes raised patio areas with excellent use of stone to both the walls and flags. Shaped and lawned garden. Storage sheds and log store.
Exit Horwich via Bolton Road passing lower Rivington reservoir on your right-hand side; take the right turn just after the Millstone restaurant along Rivington Lane which, in turn, becomes Roscoe Low Brow and subsequently New Road. Pass over the motorway bridge with the M61 twisting on the road to the right-hand side Bay Horse public house which is the start of Long Lane where the subject property will be on your left within the hamlet of Limbrick just within the Limbrick borders.
- Three/four bedroom detached stone property
- Hamlet style location
- Finished to superb specification throughout
- Rural location with mains services
- Private driveway and impressive landscaped gardens
- Surrounding countryside on the doorstep
- Limbrick Village is roughly between Horwich and Chorley