Occupying a wonderful situation in the village of Great Eccleston a substantial detached house set in mature walled gardens. This charming family home has three large reception rooms, a study, dining kitchen and cloakroom to the ground floor. To the first floor there are five double bedrooms, two en suite shower rooms and a bathroom. The house is in excellent decorative order and is well apppointed throughout. The electric gated access off Copp Lane leads to lovely mature gardens with high boundary walls and mature trees providing considerable privacy. There is a charming tree house to the garden and a double garage with electric roller shutter door. Council tax band G.
In a post Covid-19 world this house ticks all the boxes. In a secluded position, yet a short walk to Wrea Green village centre. Bordered by a six foot close boarded fence with lockable 6 foot gates. A private, not overlooked, rear garden and country walks direct from the house. 4 Double bedrooms & a separate annexe room with an en suite bathroom, which lends itself to a variety of uses. Currently an art studio, but it could be a home office, venue for a home business, or an extra bedroom.
Watchwood Lodge is one of only 4 remaining Lytham Hall Lodges that stand at the end of Watch Wood Drive off Ballam Road. A detached 3 bedroom property with 3 bathrooms. There is a dining kitchen leading to a large lounge and conservatory. There is an integral garage and parking for several cars on the driveway. Mature landscaped gardens to the rear.
A delightful cottage property dating back to circa 1750. This charming home has been lovingly restored in recent years, retaining much of its original charm and a wealth of features. The cottage has a fabulous lounge with space for dining table, a modern well-appointed kitchen, ground floor double bedroom (currently used a s a dining room) & family bathroom. Master bedroom with en suite w.c, a single bedroom, The cottage was originally called “Hungry Moor Farm” as the land on which it stood was barren farmland in the 18th century. Its location is now ideal for the centre of Lytham.