Longridge 1 mile.
A delightful, detached barn conversion, located within a rural area of Longridge, Lancashire.
Holding an elegant and refreshing feel, with plenty of space to socialise, this retreat makes an excellent escape for families or friends.
Upon entering, a well-presented hallway leads through to an open plan living and dining area with a comforting atmosphere.
A signature piece of this room is the woodburning stove which is accompanied by luxury leather seating and high ceiling beams.
The sophisticated kitchen also forms a part of this structure, with a very bespoke and immaculate finish throughout.
Located just off from this, a well-equipped bathroom adopts a stone effect that emphasizes quality and style.
This leads across to a super king-size bedroom with outstanding wooden features, and wall art, brought together by tasteful outside views.
Following this format, a twin bedroom carries the same design, well-matched with a pleasant and serene over-touch.
Setting the theme for this place, countryside is wrapped around the property with a lovely patio area and hot tub that overlooks pleasant greenery.
If this isn't enough, why not step into the delights of Longridge, with several restaurants, traditional buildings, and historic features?
The area is popular with walkers and cyclists and there are fisheries locally, plus the wonderful Forest of Bowland is on your doorstep.
If you are looking for a relaxing getaway, this property is sure to exceed your expectations.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x super king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request), 1 x twin (zip/link, can be super king-size double on request). Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove.
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, 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 gift shops, cafes, antiques and art studios together with a quaint cinema, plus numerous food outlets from takeaways to gastro pubs. 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, with its Roman museum and beautiful church of St Mary’s on the banks of the river Ribble. Clitheroe castle is only 20 minutes down the road. Here there is another wealth of interest, from the historic Brundleholme Hall to the famous Byrnes wine shop. 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. The Forest of Bowland (AONB) shows off an expanse of gentle and tidy lowlands criss-crossed with dry stone walls and dotted with picturesque farms and villages. The hen harrier is the bird symbolised on the Forest of Bowland’s logo as it is their most important breeding ground in England. Beyond the Harrier there is a wealth of other wildlife to be spotted from Kingfishers to the Red-Legged Grouse. The rivers Ribble, Calder and Hodder converge near the prestigious Catholic Stoneyhurst College, providing idyllic landscapes and walks, not least of which – The Tolkien Trail – lead to an abundance of pubs to quench the thirst afterwards. The area sports numerous agricultural shows, art exhibitions and day festivals of all sorts throughout the summer and is within reach of the Lancaster canal and city, Blackpool and the Lake District, so there is plenty to keep everyone occupied.