Lancashire Properties - Swinshaw Hall, Rossendale
PUBLISHED: 12:48 24 February 2012 | UPDATED: 21:06 20 February 2013
With roots dating back to the 17th Century, Swinshaw Hall is arguably one of the finest renovations of a stunning period residence. It was rebuilt in the mid 1800s by Lord Towneley for his estate manager.
The print version of this article appeared in the March 2012 issue of Lancashire Life
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Where: Swinshaw Hall, Goodshaw Lane, Loveclough, Rossendale.
What: With roots dating back to the 17th Century, Swinshaw Hall is arguably one of the finest renovations of a stunning period residence. It was rebuilt in the mid 1800s by Lord Towneley for his estate manager.
Inside: A stunning family home meticulously renovated, with an original first floor chapel and extensive period features with period style reproduction. The property is warmed throughout by gas fired central heating and underfloor heating and it has five bedrooms, five reception rooms, vast cellars, ample parking and garaging facilities.
Outside: Set in just over two acres of mature woodland garden withstate of the art security systems, the property enjoys seclusion and privacy, is a short drive to the M66 motorway heading south and a short drive North to Burnley, Cliviger and beyond.
Contact: Fine &Country Homes from Pearson Ferrier, 74 Bridge Street, Ramsbottom