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The Common, Adlington

Summary
Bedrooms 3 Bedrooms
Bathrooms 3 Bathrooms
Converted shippen offering three / four bedrooms and flexible living accommodation. The stone built home exudes character and is positioned in a high calibre area.

The House:
A stone built and semi-detached converted shippen which was initially subject to its conversion from a working farm building to a residential dwelling during 2003. Benefitting from further extension to the living accommodation during 2008, the Freehold property offers plentiful character. Striking features such as beamed and vaulted ceilings, deep window reveals with stone sills, log burner and galleried landing with vaulted ceiling, will no doubt appeal to a discerning buyer. The home has flexible living accommodation including an impressive open-plan living area and kitchen. There is a further versatile ground floor room currently used as a study but could become a fourth bedroom. To the first floor there are three bedrooms and the main family bathroom. A master suite is fitted with bedroom furniture and includes an en suite shower room. We suspect that the property would suit a wide variety of buyers and it is worth noting that the home has accommodated a mature family but would no doubt appeal to those downsizing from a larger property and equally those buyers looking for their rural retreat.

The Area:
A private and gated hamlet of character properties on the site of a former working farm. A simple look at the satellite image of this group of homes will clearly display the pleasant rural setting with an abundance of surrounding fields. Adlington centre itself is approx 1.5 miles away and benefits from a train station with the A6 further providing access towards Chorley town centre approx 4.5 miles away. There are a number of shops and services within the village with more commercial opportunities spread between Chorley and Horwich centres and the Middlebrook complex close to the Macron football stadium. Many locals would consider Manchester and the Trafford Centre as an appropriate distance to shop, work and socialise. Buyers are attracted to this part of the world due to convenient transport links whilst the surrounding countryside is also popular with access towards both Rivington and Haigh country parks. Ideal therefore for spending time outdoors, dog walking, running and cycling etc. The owners have certainly enjoyed 'incredible views and sunsets and gentle walks in the near vicinity'.

Entrance
large glass frontage and stable door opens into main living area.

Lounge-Dining Area
23' 7" x 14' 1" (7.19m x 4.29m) with beamed and vaulted ceiling and including Velux roof light. View towards fields at the front. Oak flooring.

Cloakroom
4' 3" x 8' 7" (1.30m x 2.62m) with front-facing window, flagged finish to the floor and radiator.

Kitchen
14' 6" x 9' 9" (4.42m x 2.97m) with gable window with stone sill plus rear window and stone sill. Beamed finish to the ceiling and matching oak finish to the floor. Gas AGA. Wall and base units in cream with timber work surfaces, integral microwave, fridge and freezer.

Inner Hallway
with access to a Utility.

Utility
9' 7" x 4' 7" (2.92m x 1.40m) positioned to the rear and fitted with timber units. Central heating boiler run from LPG. Water tank. Space for appliances.

WC
2' 10" x 6' (0.86m x 1.83m) with two piece Heritage suite in white including wc and wall mounted hand basin.

Lounge
12' 5" x 18' 9" (3.78m x 5.72m) with wood burner set on a feature fireplace with stone, timber lintel and brick to the rear. Rear facing window with stone sill looking onto the rear garden and the moors. Beamed finish to the ceiling and oak floor. Double doors with side screens open into a further reception room.

Study
9' 7" x 13' 4" (2.92m x 4.06m) with beamed and vaulted ceiling. Velux roof light plus front facing window and stone sill. Matching oak finish to the floor.

Landing
With beamed and vaulted ceiling, exposed brick and Velux roof light.

Master Bedroom
14' 8" x 9' 8" (4.47m x 2.95m) with beamed and vaulted ceiling and Velux roof light. Gable window with stone sill Fitted bedroom furniture.

En Suite Shower Room
5' 3" x 4' 11" (1.60m x 1.50m) with vaulted ceiling and Velux roof light. Hand basin on timber plinth, wc and corner shower cubicle.

Bathroom
7' 3" x 4' 10" (2.21m x 1.47m) with wc, square edged hand basin on unit and a panelled bath with shower over. Beamed and vaulted ceiling with Velux roof light. Tiled finish to the walls and floor.

Bedroom 2
13' 3" x 12' 6" (4.04m x 3.81m) Positioned to the front and with beamed and vaulted ceiling. Low level roof light to the front with excellent views towards the fields. Storage within the eaves and further fitted bedroom furniture.

Bedroom 3
8' 2" x 9' 4" (2.49m x 2.84m) with beamed and vaulted ceiling. Fitted bedroom furniture.

Garage
10' 1" x 19' 4" (3.07m x 5.89m) situated within a colony. Breeze block walls and concrete floor. Separate consumer unit, power and light. The loft area of the garage is a similar size to the floor area and has been boarded and includes light and access.

Garden
To the front there is a stone walled garden area with intermediary fencing and with space for parking. To the rear there is a mature garden which is fully fenced and with an access gate.

Directions:
From the centre of Adlington proceed along Park Road which will ultimately turn into The Common and continue along this road maintaining the option to keep to the right hand side which will ultimately lead to a road dissecting a field and leading to the private gated development.

Download Brochure
  • Converted shippen
  • Garage with loft storage area
  • Gravel driveway
  • Enclosed rear garden
  • Open plan kitchen and living area
  • Formal lounge with log burner
  • Master bedroom includes en suite
  • Hamlet style
  • Ideal for access to the countryside
  • 'Incredible views and sunsets'
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