Look inside this dream family home for sale in one of Lancashire’s most sought-after locations
The beautiful property has stunning, landscaped gardens and a range of superb period features
A gorgeous family home in one of Lancashire’s most sought-after locations has come on the market for almost £1 million.
The property, a five bedroom, detached house, is to be found on Long Lane in Aughton, near Ormskirk and has gone on sale for £995,000. Described by estate agents Arnold & Phillips as ‘a truly magnificent five bedroom detached family home,’ the beautiful residence is spread out over more than 4399 sq ft and, as a 1930s mock Tudor property, boasts a range of superb period features.
The rare home, situated in the popular Long Lane location, has no less than five reception rooms and boasts a large, open plan dining kitchen as well as a separate home office, while it also has a large double garage with an electric door as well as additional buildings, including a large greenhouse. Five spacious family bedrooms are to be found on the first floor, with a master bedroom which even has its own en suite and walk-in dressing room.
The impressive residence offers ample storage and additional loft rooms, and is said to offer ‘abundant potential for reconfiguration and further development,’ while it is nestled within a generous plot, boasting ‘beautifully landscaped and well established wrap-around gardens and a summerhouse. Outside are two patio terraces which are said to be ‘perfect for al fresco dining and entertainment’, as well as a lawn bordered by a stunning selection of mature plants, bushes and trees.
Bursting with potential and situated within comfortable walking distance of a host of local amenities, this stunning home has superb transport and commuter links such as Aughton train station and has an extensive driveway with ample off-road parking as well as its own CCTV and professional security system. Estate agents Arnold & Phillips say the spacious and private residence, situated on one of Aughton’s finest roads, would be ideal for extension, subject to the usual planning permissions. For more details, click here.