Lancashire Properties - Bank Hall, Sawley
PUBLISHED: 13:37 02 January 2013 | UPDATED: 22:35 20 February 2013
This listed property by the River Ribble is packed with original features and large attractive gardens
Where: Bank Hall, Sawley
What: Exceptional Grade II listed Georgian manor house which has associations with the family of the 19th Century Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel. It is believed to have been constructed around 1780 and retains many original period features in addition to substantial improvements made by the current owners.
Inside: This superb residence offers over 5,000 square feet of internal accommodation over three floors plus cellars and includes an attractive orangery and an extensive master bedroom suite; both with views over the gardens and the River Ribble, in addition to five further bedrooms (four with en-suites), wide central hallway, drawing room, dining room, kitchen and utility room.
Outside: Lying in an outstanding location in the small village of Sawley, just three miles from Clitheroe, Bank Hall is set in approximately one acre of attractive landscaped gardens with a large frontage to the River Ribble to which the property has fishing rights, and with far reaching views beyond towards Sawley Brow.
Contact: Fine & Country Whalley, 01254 828922, www.fineandcountry.com