A stunning four-bed mansion set in two acres of rolling countryside is up for sale – meaning we can take a peek inside its vast rooms and look out on its sprawling views.
The modern home, built around 30 years ago, but boasting a Tudor-esque style, is currently on the market with a cool £1m price tag.
Marketed by Lancasters Estate Agents in Bolton, this modern home with vintage fittings has been described as a ‘rare opportunity’ for buyers.
The property is in Slack’s Lane, Heath Charnock, near Bolton.
A spokesperson for Lancaster’s said: “A rare opportunity to purchase a detached stone home which was originally constructed approximately 30 years ago and as such benefits from modern building methods and insulation qualities.
“But this home still enjoys characteristics such as beamed and vaulted ceilings, some stone mullion windows and an stone fireplace with open fire.”
They added: “The property has recently been extended and is now a four bedroom home with flexible accommodation, including an open plan kitchen, living and dining area, plus a formal lounge with a stunning vaulted ceiling and an additional mezzanine reception area.
“Glimpsing through each window as you wander through the property, the attractive rural surroundings can be appreciated.
“The views are both far-reaching to the West Pennine moors as well as well as the immediate open fields.”
The two-storey home is in two acres of open countryside with its own formal garden area, large gravelled driveway, two impressive garages and a workshop.
Planning permission has also been granted for an additional coach house style garage to be erected on the site, LancsLive reports.
There is a formal kennel building, outside toilet and a modern garden room which is currently sub-compartmented as a cattery.
For anyone looking at equestrian possibilities there is a modern timber stable, sand arena and paddock.
The house itself opens into an impressive hallway with a glazed front door and windows, tiled floors and immediate access to the kitchen and living area as well as the first reception room.
The room has a 15-foot-high, vaulted ceiling, with feature windows on either side and a glass panelled door opening out onto the driveway.
It also boasts panoramic views over the garden and towards the Pennine moors.
Keeping with the Tudor theme, the room has a stunning stone fireplace and hearth with an open fire.
An open wooden staircase leads to a mezzanine area which has additional panoramic views. Two double bedrooms can be found on the ground floor, one which features French doors, plus a window leading to the garden.
The first floor kitchen looks out onto the garden and features an integral fridge freezer and dishwasher, as well as space for a range and granite work tops.
The master bedroom comes with an en suite and has beautiful sweeping views over Rivington Pike, the mast at Winter Hill, and full panoramic of the hills to the west.
The final bedroom, another large double, sports a vaulted ceiling and roof light plus a fitted dressing room.
It also comes with a stylish en suite.
You can find more details of the property here.