£475,000 rural home dates back to the 1730s

By The Newsroom
Monday, 5th March 2018, 3:04 pm
Updated Monday, 5th March 2018, 3:08 pm

The original part of this property dates back to the 1730s and offers a wealth of history and character along with thick stone walls.

The property was renovated and extended in 2007 to include new electrics and a new roof, so what has been a bustling family home has been transformed into luxury and spacious downsized accommodation and can just as easily be transformed back.

The accommodation offers three large reception rooms, including a stunning first-floor sitting room, with French doors leading out on to a south-facing balcony with views across to the Lancashire coast (this could also be converted to a master suite or two further bedrooms), large dining kitchen with all integral appliances, utility room, WC and two reception rooms.

Their are two first-floor bedrooms, both with luxury en suites including a contemporary free-standing bath in the master and four-piece suite to the second.

Outside is a lovely garden with water feature, paved patio and lawn. There is also ample off-road parking to the rear and a shed.

Old Mill House, Marsh Lane, Cockerham, LA2 0EE - £475,000