Take a look around: Half-a-million pound Lancashire barn conversion

With five bedrooms and more rooms than you can shake a stick sourced from the adjoining rural wilderness at, the unflatteringly named Pig Hole Barn is a classic converted barn house.

Tuesday, 4th June 2019, 3:33 pm
Updated Tuesday, 4th June 2019, 4:33 pm
The charming Pig Hole Barn has been sympathetically converted, retaining its original features to great effect.

On the market for £565,000, this property is a stand-out offering from East Lancashire, with everything from its grand facade to the exposed beams and stone surfaces throughout paying tribute to this home. A wonder not to be missed, take a look around...

The lounge features a stone feature fireplace with beamed mantel and multi-fuel stove.
The lounge also has stone mullion double glazed windows.

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Overlooking the courtyard, the sun room has exposed stone walls and recessed ceiling spotlights.
The gorgeous farmhouse kitchen boasts a double Belfast sink, granite working surfaces, and a central work station.
There are also exposed ceiling beams throughout the kitchen.
The home also has its own games room big enough for a size snooker table.
The spacious bedrooms all have lovely views out over the surrounding rural landscapes.
Fitted wardrobes abound throughout the bedrooms as well.
All of the bedrooms are suitably large.
Lush views await from every angle.
French doors lead from the conservatory out to the gardens.
The home is open-plan leading through to the conservatory.
The home's dining room features tongue and groove boarded flooring.
Also included is a separate outbuilding previously used as stables.
As well as lovely views, the house also includes a double tandem garae.
Also included is a one bedroomed flat which is integral to the property but has its own external access
A security system is installed throughout the property.