Situated on the outskirts of Chipping is this cosy 1950’s stone built, detached true bungalow which is surrounded by the natural beauty of the Forest of Bowland area approximately a mile and a half away from the heart of Chipping village.
Externally, you are blessed with panoramic views from the front and rear gardens, with a fully gravelled walk way around the bungalow leading to a driveway and detached garage.
This country location is extremely popular with walkers, cyclists and country lovers. The bungalow is situated within walking distance to a well-known country pub and has bus route services to Longridge, Preston, Clitheroe, Blackburn and Garstang.
The property benefits from both cavity wall and loft insulation and there is also excellent potential to extend for anyone wishing to do so.
A stained glass double glazed door giving access to the entrance vestibule. Tiled flooring. Stained glass inner door leading into the hallway.
Double glazed windows to front aspect with open countryside views. A 'Baxi' solid fuel open fire set in a stone surround with wood mantel. Storage cupboards fitted into chimney breast alcove. Door leading to kitchen.
Kitchen / Dining Room
A range of matching wall and base oak finished units with tiled splash backs. Stainless steel sink and drainer with chrome mixer taps. Plumbing and space for washing machine, space for fridge and cooker with extractor over. Double glazed window to rear aspect. Double glazed door leading to the rear garden.
A range of fitted wardrobes with matching drawers and dresser. Double glazed window incorporating stained glass leaded panels to front aspect. Radiator. Storage heater.
Double glazed windows to rear aspect with views towards Beacon Fell. Radiator. Storage heater.
A matching three piece suite of low level WC, pedestal wash basin and cast iron bath with brass finish mixer taps with hand held shower. Double glazed window. Tiled floor. Radiator.
Enclosed rear garden with views over to Beacon Fell. Mainly laid to lawn with low stone wall and hedging to distinguish boundaries. Two patio areas, one gravelled and one paved.
A side garden with vegetable patches giving access to the rear of the property.
Low stone wall with iron gates opening onto a gravelled driveway, leading to a single detached garage. Views to front of open countryside with Longridge Fell in the distance.
Providing off road parking for two vehicles.
With power supply and up and over door.
Hesketh Lane , Thornley
Location: Longridge,Ribble Valley,
Postcode: PR3 2TH