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Old Stone Trough Lane, Kelbrook, Barnoldswick 6 Bedroom Detached House For Sale


  • 6 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1 Floor Plans
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Property Features
  • Unique Detached Property
  • Six Bedrooms
  • En-Suite To Master
  • Spacious Family Home
  • Built in 1817
  • Fantastic Gardens
  • Driveway
  • Amazing Countryside Views
  • Sought After Area
Property Description

Built in 1817, and situated in an idyllic spot on the edge of Kelbrook Moor, Hague House is an exceptional six bedroom family home in a sought after location. It is a traditional dressed stone built rural detached house, sympathetically restored, the property has retained many of its period features and charm. It would be ideal for those wishing to enjoy the benefits of country living whilst being within a commutable distance of the major towns and cities. With its elevated position the property enjoys open aspect and views

The property briefly comprises six bedrooms (two currently being used as work-from-home offices), two bathrooms (one en-suite to master bedroom) and a separate toilet. It has three large reception rooms, a farmhouse style kitchen a utility room and a large conservatory with views over the garden, a large refurbished attic, and a vaulted cellar it has a dual boiler oil fired central heating and pressurised waters system installed three years ago, and, apart from the stained glass window on the mid-landing, is fully double glazed.

Externally the property boasts a substantial walled garden with large lawns, mature trees, shrubs and vegetable plot along with several outbuildings and off-road parking. The remains of the original turning circle, for the horse and carriages, can just be seen on the front lawn.
Original heavy wood entrance door leads to the hallway.

35' x 7'5

Staircase to the first floor with under-stair storage, central heating radiator, cornice coving to the ceiling, doors lead to the back hall, kitchen and to reception room two and an original heavy oak door leads to reception room one.
Reception Room One

22'5 x 13'8

Oak double glazed window, central heating radiator, multi-fuel stove set in recessed stone fire-place with oak surround is a feature of this homely family room. Original plaster coving and centre light. Wired for TV and SKY. Views over the garden
Reception Room Two/Dining Room

15'3 x 13'4

Oak double glazed window, central heating radiator, cast iron open fire, television point, views over the garden.

18'7 x 11'9

Oak double glazed windows, original tiled flooring, traditional farmhouse style kitchen with original fitted pine dresser and a row of floor standing oak kitchen unites with a granite worktop and porcelain sink unit with mixer tap. Recessed stone alcove for range cooker and fully tiled floor. Entrance leading to conservatory.

16'2 x 13'9

Hardwood double glazed windows, a sloped glazed roof, Portland mahogany hardwood conservatory, laminate floor and double doors open to the garden.
Back Hall

6'7 x 6';2

Heavy wood door leads to the cellar and an opening leads to the utility.

17'7 x 14'7

Hardwood double glazed windows, central heating radiator, original stone trough sink, plumbing for utilities, original alcove storage unit and exposed beams.
Further Hall

16'2 x 4'7

Original heavy wood entrance door, storage and a door leads to the family room.
Family Room

21'9 x 13'4

Hardwood double glazed window, hardwood single glazed front window, central heating radiator, equipped with floor standing units, laminate worktop and stainless steel sink, with alcove cupboard storage and a television point.

15'4 x 12'5

Vaulted roof cellar currently used as storage, but could be developed for alternative use

24'5 x 6'9

Original leaded hardwood feature window to the stairwell, cornice coving to the ceiling, doors lead to the bathroom and to four bedrooms,
Bedroom One

14'2 x 12'7

Hardwood double glazed window, central heating radiator, fitted floor to ceiling pine wardrobes along one wall, original cast iron fireplace and a door leads to the en-suite.

13'2 x 9'9

Hardwood double glazed frosted window, single shower enclosure, low basin WC, bidet, pedestal wash basin, a wood panelled bath, part tiled elevations, storage cupboard
Bedroom Two

14'6 x 11'4

Hardwood double glazed window, central heating radiator and an original Victorian cast iron fireplace with ornate tiles.
Bedroom Three

13'2 x 11'3

Hardwood double glazed windows, central heating radiator, original cast iron fireplace, plaster coving currently used as working from home office with a wall cupboard.
Bedroom Four

10'8 x 9'2

Hardwood double glazed window, central heating radiator and currently used as a study.

11'5 x 5'7

Hardwood frosted window, low basin WC, pedestal wash basin, a wood panelled bath with direct feed shower, part-tiled elevations, part-wood clad elevations, cornice coving to the ceiling and a storage cupboard.
Further Landing

20'3 x 4'1

Smoke alarm, staircase to the second floor and doors lead to the WC and to two bedrooms.
Bedroom Five

14'4 x 12'5

Hardwood double glazed window, central heating radiator and a original cast iron fireplace.
Bedroom Six

14'5 x 13'1

Two hardwood double glazed windows, central heating radiator and an original cast iron fireplace.

9'5 x 3'4

Hardwood single glazed window, low basin WC, wall mounted wash basin, part-wood clad elevations.
Attic Room

32'6 x 19'10

Refurbished attic with exposed beams, 3 velux roof lights and pointed exposed stone gable wall usable as family room, with ethernet cable to study
A driveway providing off-road parking for numerous vehicles, a mature laid to lawn and planted gardens with open views over Kelbrook and local countryside, two outbuildings at the side of the property, original wash houses and dry stone walls surrounding.
History Of The House
The property was built by William Haworth in 1817 and the date stone above the door boast his and his wife, Elizabeth s, initials. In 1844 the property was sold to the Bowcock Trust and in the legal documents pertaining to the sale is referred to as the Mansion House wherein William Haworth did formerly dwell . The Trust rented the property to various tenants to generate an income to allow them to pursue their charitable works. In 1854 the property was leased to Mr Charles Tunnicliffe who established the Hague House Academy a boys boarding school. The charity sold the property in 1920 and has been in the hands of just two families for the last 100 years.
Agents Notes
The property has a septic tank
The heating system is three years old
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Property Reference: 30819343

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