Nestled with the picturesque moorland countryside as a backdrop to a wonderful, converted Lancashire cottage, is Rose Hips Barn.
This stunning property enwrapped in idyllic landscape scenery is yet only minutes from the motorway and market town of Chorley, boasting a fabulous interior of combined old and new features.
Step into this delightful home-from-home and kick back in the ideal sociable space, offered in the open-plan living room.
The sleek granite worktops compliment all-white fitted units and modern fixtures to use at your convenience, whilst the charming exposed brick work adds a touch of character.
These accompany a lovely sitting area and a dining table at which you can all enjoy breakfast together, or a spot of lunch before you head out to explore the wondrous region of Lancashire.
For your evening meal however, why not head into the formal dining room to eat your meal, which comprises patio doors opening out onto the rear patio area?
Next door is the formal lounge, a traditional style room with chaise longue, feature fireplace and more exposed beams revealing its original structure.
Admire the alluring views from the window and relax in the tranquil atmosphere.
Upstairs you will find an elongated corridor with a charming window seat and a twinkling chandelier for added style and class.
This stems off to a fabulous set of bedrooms, each decorated and presented with the highest standard of quality; the first king-size room boasts a floor-to-ceiling picture window, whilst the rest of the rooms benefit en-suite facilities.
The family bathroom finishes off the first floor in a modern fashion with polished tiles and neutral décor.
Outside you can enjoy the delights of the garden; a flourishment of pretty shrubs and a gravelled area dotted with delightful plant pots, all enveloped by wonderful landscapes.
The delightful village of Wheelton is close by with a tearoom, pubs and a clock tower, whilst in the other direction is the market town of Chorley, with many shops, eateries and a train station.
Further afield are attractions in abundance, with the breath-taking Forest of Bowland within driving distance along with the cities of Blackburn, Manchester and Liverpool.
This charm-filled barn conversion is an opportunity not to be missed.
Four bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC, 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Bathroom with roll-top bath, walk-in shower, basin and WC. Open-plan living room with kitchen, breakfast bar, dining area and sitting area. Utility/Cloakroom. Dining room. Sitting room.
About the location
Chorley 3 miles; Blackburn 7.3 miles; Bolton 19.5 miles
Wheelton is a village and civil parish in the Borough of Chorley in Lancashire. It boasts tiny sloping streets, beautiful surrounding hilly countryside and borders some of Leeds Liverpool Canal, which is a hive of activity during the summer months and the canal boasts pas through this stretch of water. The abounding area of Lancashire has something for everyone; from countryside walking and cycling to historical houses, halls and castle ruins, even museums and art galleries, and plenty of exciting family outings, you won't be stuck for something to entertain all guests. Majestic Pendle Hill is notorious for its bewitching tales of the so called 'Pendle Witches' of Lancashire dating back to 1612; discover the untamed moorlands engulfing the area and delve into its dramatic history along the way, there are many trails for countryside enthusiasts such as the 43-mile Pendle Way and parts of the Bronte Way, full of stunning scenery. Blackpool is within driving distance, with the world's biggest indoor waterpark and iconic Blackpool Tower, offering fun for the whole family. The Lancashire town of Blackburn lies on the southern edge of the Ribble Valley and offers museums, shopping, Blackburn Cathedral and Witton Country Park. The Forest of Bowland is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with many spots a must visit during your stay in the local area; Chipping with its picturesque Jeffery Hill, Dunsop Bridge offering St Huberts Church and further north, Hornby has its main attraction, the castle, dating back to the 13th century. The cultural cities of Liverpool and Manchester rest further afield with an abundance of shopping opportunities and thriving night life to discover. This wondrous region in the North West has so much to offer many tastes and requirements, you simply won't want to leave.