3 of the best period homes for sale in Lancashire
PUBLISHED: 00:00 14 December 2017
These elegant properties have improved with age.
Leyland Hall Farm, Greenhalgh
A beautifully presented farmhouse with range of outbuildings set in 9.7 acres ota. The property has been improved and extended to a high standard and comprises: three/four reception rooms, contemporary living kitchen, cinema room, five/six bedrooms with master dressing room and four bathrooms. The house and buildings encompass a sizeable courtyard, with agricultural land beyond making this ideal for those with agricultural/equestrian interests, or looking to own a property with land.
Price: OIRO £1,250,000
Contact: Armitstead Barnett, 01995 603180, www.abarnett.co.uk
Woodlands, Ruff Lane, Ormskirk
This is a rare opportunity to buy a handsome Victorian stone detached residence, believed to have been built in 1851 by the Earl of Derby. It provides an outstanding family living space finished to an extremely high standard and has immense character and charm extending to over 5500 sqft. It is situated on the edge of Ruff Wood in what is considered by many to be Ormskirk’s premier residential location. Highlights include five reception rooms, seven bedrooms, four bathrooms and extensive cellar rooms.
Price: OIRO £1,350,000
Contact: Regan & Hallworth Parbold, 01257 464644, www.reganandhallworth.com
Samlesbury House, Samlesbury
A stunning six bedroom Georgian property located in a semi rural position with excellent transport links. Samlesbury House is a perfect example of a traditional detached property with high ceilings and large windows that flood the house with light. Spread over four floors, the property is a comfortable family home which retains many period features. It is surrounded by manicured, private gardens with an original sundial dating back to 1806, mature shrubs, topiary and established herbaceous borders mainly laid to lawn.
Guide price: £925,000
Contact: Savills, Clitheroe, 01200 411046, www.savills.co.uk