Bury Fold, Darwen


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
This charming and unique property is situated in a quiet and picturesque location just outside Darwen Town Centre. The Grade ll listed cottage dates back to 1675 and is believed to have been the cattle shed and servants` quarters of Darwen Manor. The property retains many of its original features including exposed beams and stone fireplace with stone hearth. It comprises of entrance porch, hallway, sizeable lounge with log burner, small landing with steps leading down to garden room, then on to the boot room / utility with downstairs w.c and shower room. The lounge also offers access up to dining room which enjoys stunning views over Darwen. The kitchen can be accessed via the hallway and dining room. It features a beautifully crafted oak kitchen with solid wood worktops; it offers a good range of wall and base units including larder unit, appliances including two Neff ovens and built in seating area. Upstairs boasts landing that can be utilised as office space or reading area, two double bedrooms the master with views to the rear and a third small single bedroom that is currently being used as a dressing room. There is a four-piece family bathroom with separate shower and bath. Externally there is a low maintenance split level garden to the rear, it enjoys open aspect views. Bike shed usable for storage. To the front there is a patioed area that offers parking for multiple vehicles. Must be viewed to appreciate all that is on offer. Situated adjacent to the West Pennine Moors with ample scope for walking.

Please note: there is a further bedroom on the fourth floor that the landlord will be using for storage. Access can be obtained via a neighbour with written consent from the landlord but this room will be exempt from use.

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