5 fabulous homes for sale in the Ribble Valley
PUBLISHED: 00:00 15 June 2015
More and more people are looking to move to the Ribble Valley, turning the area into a property hotspot. Here are five homes that caught our eye
Sugar Hill Farm, Cow Ark
A delightful period farmhouse finished to a high standard with its south facing aspect and position in the centre of its own private and secluded grounds of over six acres. The property features a large stone fireplace, inset multi-fuel log burner and Aga. The kitchen has been extended to also offer a dining area with impressive glazing and sliding doors to offer full appreciation of the gardens. The first floor has four bedrooms.
Contact: Justin Swingler, Smiths Gore, Clitheroe
Superbly located stone built residence, lying in the small hamlet of Lane Ends, with one of the most rewarding views in the Ribble Valley. Cottonwood has been substantially improved and now provides a large family home benefitting from the highest quality fixtures and fittings. The principal rooms overlook the manicured gardens to the front and all are afforded wonderful views towards the countryside and fells beyond.
Contact: Mortimers Estate Agents, Clitheroe, 01200 427331
Heights House, Salterforth
Situated in an elevated position enjoying uninterrupted views out to Kelbrook Moor, this stone built detached property provides four double bedroom accommodation the master enjoying en-suite facilities. Fully fitted oak farm house kitchen with a separate utility and a pantry cupboard plus three further reception rooms. There is double glazing throughout and gas central heating. Gardens cover three sides with ample parking, workshop, stables and a chicken hut.
Contact: Broden Lloyd, 01282 602000
Shireburn House Barn, Hurst Green
An exceptional detached stone barn with drawing room, garden room, dining room, kitchen, breakfast room, study/snug, master bedroom suite, four further bedrooms, en-suite shower room and family bathroom. There are approximately four acres of formal gardens, orchard and adjoining meadow and is situated in An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with 180o views over rolling countryside with distant aspects beyond over the Ribble Valley. Adjoining the property is a large detached coach house.
Contact: Fine & Country Whalley, 01254 828922
A stone built detached family home set in just under half an acre of walled, mature gardens and occupying a superior position close to Whalley village centre. With an abundance of period fixtures and fittings throughout this property has four reception rooms, dining kitchen and five bedrooms, en-suite and a family bathroom with a further room in the attic and a cellar. Externally there is a range of outbuildings.
Price: In the region of £850,000
Contact: Athertons Land & Property, 01254 828810