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SPRINGFIELD FARM

SPRINGFIELD FARM, NORTH ROAD, BRETHERTON, PRESTON, PR26 9AY 

Location and DescriptionSpringfield Farm is situated on North Road to the north west of the sort after rural village of Bretherton, in Lancashire. The property is accessed along a private gravel drive and comprises a detached two/three bedroom house, detached double garage, workshop/outbuilding and established mature gardens.

DirectionsThe property is located on North Road, Bretherton. From the A59 Liverpool Road, at Carr House roundabout take Carr House Lane (B5247) signposted to Bretherton proceed along this road for approximately 0.6 miles. Take the first left onto North Road and the property is situated on your left, after 140m. From the east the property can be accessed directly off North Road if coming from the Leyland direction or by following the B5247 through Bretherton and taking the first right once you are out of the village onto North Road.

Farmhouse: 53.10m2 (518ft2). The property is an attractive traditional farmhouse of brick construction under a pitched slate roof with timber framed windows and benefits from a number of period features including wooden floors, stable doors, original cast iron fire place and a Belfast sink.

The property is in need of modernisation and internally comprises porch, kitchen, sitting room, dining room, two large double bedrooms and a spacious family bathroom on the first floor.

Externally, extensive lawned gardens with mature trees and shrubs are located around the property.

 

The property sits in a plot of 0.44 acres (1,796 sq m).

Double Garage: 32.13m2 (346ft2). A detached double garage of brick construction with a pitched slate roof is situated at the end of the gravel drive. Height to eaves 2.32m, height to ridge 4.03m.

Timber Outbuilding: 35.42m2 (381ft2). Located on the north gable of the farmhouse sits a single storey timber outbuilding. Height to eaves 1.70m, height to ridge 2.99m.

Measurements:

All measurements are approximate.

BoundariesThe purchasers are to be responsible for the maintenance of all boundaries within the red edge on the attached plan.

Tenure and TenanciesThe property is for sale freehold with vacant possession.

CovenantThe property can only be used as a single dwelling and the land may only be used in conjunction with the existing dwelling house.

Local AuthorityThe local authority is Chorley Borough Council, Civic Offices, Union Street, Chorley, Lancashire, PR7 1AL

Council TaxThe property is classified as Band C for the purposes of Council Tax.

Town and Country PlanningThe property is classified as Green Belt as defined within the Chorley Local Plan 2012-2026.

Health and SafetyProspective purchasers are reminded that they view the property at their own risk and that neither the vendor nor Acland Bracewell Surveyors Ltd offer any warranty for the property. Prospective purchasers must take all reasonable precautions when viewing.

Method of SaleThe property is offered for sale by private treaty at £400,000.

Costs: The purchasers to pay the vendors legal and surveyors costs in the negotiation and completion of the sale.

Services:The property benefits from mains water and sewerage, electricity and gas fired central heating. 

Viewing: Strictly by appointment through the sole agents, Acland Bracewell Surveyors Limited.