Partly renovated barn conversion in Abbey Village, Chorley, Lancashire
A large, detached barn currently undergoing conversion to a five bedroom property and offered for sale at first fix stage. The barn is located in a small hamlet near Chorley and is one of Lancashire's oldest barns, dating to 1674
Higher Red Lee Barn presents the opportunity to acquire one of Lancashire's oldest barn conversion properties in an area of unspoilt natural countryside.
The barn, originally constructed circa 1674, is mentioned in several historical writings and is the last remaining property in a small hamlet of three other properties.
The barn itself is detached and provides well planned, spacious five bedroomed accommodation on a large plot and in a unique and private setting.
The property is offered for sale at 'First Fix Stage' which will allow the buyer to choose all internal final finishes. Depending on timescales there may also be the opportunity to determine internal room configurations.
The barn is situated in the courtyard of the original farmhouse and commands exceptional views over the open countryside from the rear frontage.
The plot is approximately 0.75 acres of garden and woodland with an original detached greenhouse in the grounds.
There is the opportunity to purchase additional land adjoining the barn in varying plots up to 40 acres.
For further details and copies of the plans and available land, please contact the seller.