Half an unconverted mill in Cowpe, near Rawtenstall, Lancashire
19th century, three storey, stone built mill which has planning permission for conversion to a unique family home, located in the picturesque hamlet of Cowpe, near Rawtenstall in Lancashire
Half an unconverted Mill located in a picturesque hamlet of mixed period housing.
Lumb Holes forms part of a much larger Mill that was built 1847-1891.
Arranged over three floors, it has approx 4100 sq feet of internal floor area.
The exterior walls are of sound natural stone and will look amazing once sandblasted and re-pointed.
The Mill has planning permission in place for a single dwelling. Architectural plans have been drawn up and approved by the local council.
The Mill has three levels of accommodation (lower ground, ground and upper ground floors) with parking for two cars, a decking area and lawn. The plans also have a large balcony, stream side - to take advantage of the views.
In the past it has also had planning permission for three x two bed apartments.
Cowpe itself is a haven for those who enjoy the outdoors, walking mountain biking, fishing, horse riding and the views are breathtaking.
Cowpe is very close to Rawtenstall and the motorway networks to Manchester and Leeds are approx 10 mins away.
Local schools include the Bury and Rawtenstall Grammar School and Haslingden High, both of which have outstanding OFSTED Reports.
The Mill is a fantastic conversion opportunity and would make a beautiful, unique, family home.