Hoardsall Farm is a quite unique property nestled in an secluded elevated hillside position accessed via a private track overlooking uninterrupted open countryside
Hoardsall includes a traditional stone built farmhouse together with an impressive and extensive range of Traditional Stone Barns
plus about 65 Acres (26.3 Ha) of grassland in a ring fence of the farm yard.
For Sale by Private Treaty As a Whole
Asking Price reduced to £ 1,650,000
A traditional grassland hill farm located in an enviable secluded hill side setting with south facing views of open countryside in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the Forest of Bowland Ribble Valley to the east of Longridge and north of Preston in the county of Lancashire.
Hoardsall Farm comprises a detached four bedroom stone built farmhouse together with an impressive courtyard range of traditional stone agricultural buildings together with a modern sheep housing building.
In addition, there are approximately 65 Acres (26.3 Ha) of agricultural grassland.
The farm is accessed via a long private road leading from the public highway.
A detached traditional two storey farmhouse constructed of solid stone wall elevations under a pitch slate clad roof extending to approximately 150 sq.m (1,600 sq.ft) gross internal floor area over two floors and which affords the following accommodation;
Vestibule 2.17 m x 1.83 m
Hallway 2.38 m x 1.3 m
Lounge 5.1 m x 4.45 m with open fire and stairs to first floor
Sitting room 4.91 m x 2.45 m plus 3.17 m x 2.71 m with cast iron stove
Pantry 2.88 m x 2.23 m with stone salting tables.
Kitchen 3.63 m x 3.1 m comprising fitted base and eye level units, electric cooker point, double drainer, stainless steel sink.
Downstairs WC 3.65 m x 2.0 m comprises low, flush WC and wash handbasin. Stairs to first floor
Landing 2.87 m x 2.45 m.
Bedroom 1 5.16 m x 4.62 m double bedroom with cast iron surround open fire.
Bedroom 2 6.49 m x 2.78 m double bedroom with open fire
Bedroom 3 3.7 m x 3.25 m double bedroom
Bedroom 4 3.59 m x 2.51 m double bedroom with loft hatch
Bathroom 2.85 m x 1.9 m plus 1.98 m x 0.79 m comprises bath, low flush WC, wash hand basin , loft hatch, stairwell
Single Storey Coal Shed 2.84 m x 2.22 m Constructed of solid stone wall elevations under a slate clad roof.
Traditional Storage Building 25 sq.m (270 sq.ft) Constructed of solid stone wall elevations under pitch box profile clad roof located opposite the farmhouse measuring 5.43 x 4.64 m
Obsolete timber cabins – 3x obsolete timber hen cabins
Traditional Stone Barn 1 119 sq.m (1,280 sq.ft) 4 bays comprising two open bays, and two bays stalls with loft over, stone flagged floor constructed of solid stone walls under pitch slate clad roof and measuring 13.8 m x 8.64 m. 7.4m to ridge. 5.3m to eaves.
Rear Lean-to 54 sq.m (581 sq.ft) Constructed of solid stone wall elevations under a monopitch slate clad roof measuring 11.4 m x 4.71 m
Front lean-to 3.0 m x 2.32 m Constructed of timber frame under monopitch corrugated iron sheet clad roof.
Traditional Stone Barn 2 87 sq.m (937 sq.ft) 3 bays comprising two open bays, and one bay shippon with loft over constructed of solid stone walls under pitch stone clad roof and measuring 7.8 m x 4.69 m plus 8.29 m x 6.09 m. 6m to ridge. 4.8m to eaves.
Gable Lean-to Loose Housing Constructed of solid stone walls under monopitch slate clad roof measuring 6.8 m x 4.47 m.
Traditional Shippon 52.26 sq.m (562 sq.ft) Single storey constructed of solid stone elevations under a slate clad roof measuring 8.71 m x 6.0 m. 4m to ridge. 2.5m to eaves.
Sheep Housing Shed 78 sq.m (840 sq.ft) Constructed of timber pole stanchions under shallow pitch corrugate iron clad roof, earth floor measuring 9.74 m x 8.05 m
Sheep Housing Field Barn 69 sq.m (740 sq.ft) Wareing Building constructed of steel portal frame, pitch asbestos cement clad roof measuring 9.38 m x 7.34 m
In addition to the farmhouse and buildings there are approximately 65 Acres (26.3 Ha) of agricultural grassland within a ring fence of the farmstead. The land is in permanent grass ley which has a southerly sloping aspect. The field boundaries comprise part stone walling, part timber post and sheep netting fences, part hedgerow.
The extent of the property is identified edged in red on the attached plan, subject to legal confirmation.
Hoardsall Farm is accessed via a private farm road leading from Lower Road past Mossgate rising to a field gate which is the entrance into Hoardsall Farm, passing through a meadow field until arriving at the farm yard gate.
There are public footpaths through the property.
We are verbally advised that mains electricity is connected. Spring water supply
We cannot confirm that the services are in working order. The spring water does not appear to have a filtration system. Private foul drainage to septic tank.
The buyer will be required to replace the septic tank with a waste treatment plant within 3 months following completion of sale in order to meet the Septic Tank Regulations 2020.
Council Tax – Ribble Valley council tax band ‘E’
Tenure – Freehold. Immediate vacant possession. No vendor chain. Exchange and Completion of Sale at an early date.
Energy Performance Certificate https://find-energy-certificate.service.gov.uk/energy-certificate/9263-3931-7200-1797-3204
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