Viewing is strongly recommended to appreciate the size, location and potential of this grade II listed, detached stone built cottage. Built in the 17th century and formerly two cottages and a shop. the property now is a 'long house' featuring six first floor bedrooms, two formal reception rooms and a kitchen open to dining room. There are substantial outside areas including a fantastic established rear garden, an L-shaped barn with attached shippon and garage. A second garage/workshop and ample parking. Tucked away on Old Nans Lane, the property offers the feel of rural seclusion, although is within easy reach of local amenities and access to Bolton & Bury town centres. Looking for an investment opportunity or a family home with scope for improvement, then Brown Hill could well be the opportunity you are looking for.Ground FloorVestibule
The property is accessed via the vestibule into the lounge.
Well lit by windows at both the front and rear, the rear having views of the garden, feature solid wood parquet flooring, exposed beams to the ceiling, open coal fire into a stone fireplace with stone hearth and timber lintel and a communicating door to;
Bay window with views over the rear garden, parquet flooring, sash window to the front, part glazed front entrance door, open fire into a decorative feature fireplace with tiled inset and hearth and a marble surround, built-in alcove, display cabinet with under storage, exposed beams to the ceiling, picture rail and coving to the ceiling.
Staircase rising to the first floor accommodation, rear window, plumbed for washing machine, sink, exposed beams to ceiling, strip lighting to the ceiling, rear entrance door to the garden and access to a pantry with shelved storage.
A farmhouse style kitchen with a range of wall and base level units, Aga range cooker sat on to a tiled floored area, tiled splash back, window to the rear with view of rear garden, strip light to the ceiling and is open to a dining area with windows to the front and rear, part glazed entrance door, a range of base level kitchen units, exposed beams to the ceiling and a connecting door to the hallway.
Low level flush wc, hand wash basin with tiled splash back and an opaque window to the front.
Staircase rising to the first floor, window to the front and a further connecting door to the wc.
First FloorFirst Floor Landing
Window to the front
Looking at the house from the front is to the left elevation has a window to the rear view of the garden, exposed beams to the ceiling, accessed via the first floor landing.
Window to the rear and exposed beams to the ceiling.
Window to the front, vanity hand wash basin and built-in double warbrobe, decorative cast iron fireplace, picture rail and exposed beams to the ceiling.
A further bedroom accessed from the central first floor landing, window to the rear with views of the rear garden, exposed stained floorboards, decorative cast iron fireplace, exposed beams to the ceiling, picture rail, built-in wardrobes and connecting door to a further landing area.
Further Landing Area
Cylinder storage cupboard, continuation of exposed stained floor boards, window to the front and exposed beams to the ceiling.
Bedroom to the front elevation, a window to the front with countryside views, picture rail and exposed beams to the ceiling.
To the rear, window to the rear with view of the rear garden, picture rail and exposed beams to the ceiling.
Three piece matching coloured suite, low level flush wc, panelled bath with electric shower over, pedestal hand wash basin with tiled splash back, opaque window to the rear, partial wall tiling, picture rail and exposed beams to the ceiling.
The driveway entrance is cobbled and leads to the garage.
Electric rolling up and over door, power sockets, strip lighting and a substantial workshop area.
There is a cobbled pathway that leads out to a large rear garden, principally laid to lawn, a variety range of borders stocked with mature and established plants, trees and shrubbery, the garden is enclosed by fencing, pet enclosure, greenhouse, a paved patio area with a canopy containing external lighting, garden shed.
Outbuildings include; barn, shippon and an attached rear garage, the rear garage is accessed via double doors to the rear of the barn. The large L-shaped barn is entered by a sliding door. The shippon is accessed via a rear entrance door, window to the side and front, strip light to the ceiling.
Solid fuel heating no gas supply.
We understand the property is in council tax band C, this information has been taken from Valuation Office Agency www.voa.gov.uk website.