A charming all-white terrace cottage, situated in Knowle Green, near the town of Longridge.
A pretty accommodation, ideally suited to small families, introduces a modern interior combined with traditional wooden beams and exposed brick.
Stroll along the front pathway alongside a delightfully quaint garden, littered with colourful plants, to be greeted by an elegantly arranged sitting room just behind the front door.
Rest here for a while on the comfortable sofa and really make yourselves at home in front of the inglenook fireplace, with the log burner crackling away.
Rise on up to the first floor bedrooms which you will find easy on the eye in a neutral colour palette.
The spacious front-facing double room features a decorative stove and lovely vistas of the countryside ahead.
Over in the shower room, which is beautifully presented, is a well-appointed electric shower at your disposal.
The kitchen has a welcoming feel with modern fixtures and a dining table offering a place to enjoy your evening meal together.
Should you wish to dine outside, you may do so on the lovely patio area which features a set of table and chairs.
The nearby town offers several pubs and restaurants for your convenience along with many pretty buildings to admire.From the bright lights of the city to the bright stars of the sky, did you know, the Forest of Bowland AONB, has been recognised for having some of the darkest skies in England offering the perfect opportunity for some star-gazing?
During the day this area is a superb place to venture on walks and cycling routes along with festival Bowland, a year-round calendar of events for all interests.
This is a wonderful cottage to choose as your base for exploring an interesting part of the North West.
About the location
Ribchester 3.5 miles; Preston 14.2 miles
Longridge is a medium-sized town and civil parish in the borough of Ribble Valley in Lancashire. Situated 8 miles north-east of the city of Preston, at the western end of Longridge Fell, a long ridge above the River Ribble. Longridge initially developed outwards from an area around St. Lawrence's Church, at the boundary of the townships of Dilworth and Alston and to the south of the modern-day town centre. Many of the buildings are built of locally quarried sandstone and despite modern developments; the town centre remains largely as it was when it was first established. The town holds a portfolio of eleven pubs, several restaurants, a public library, and a number of primary and high schools. It is also home to an Air Training Corps squadron and an Army Cadet Force detachment. Its nearest neighbours are Grimsargh and the Roman town of Ribchester, 3.5 miles. To the southeast Longridge Field Day is a long-standing annual event that consists of a parade through the town, and various attractions on the town's recreational playing field.
Note: Property is suitable for families or 4 adults.