Traditional Grade II listed home set in heart of the countryside

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New to the market at £725,000, Salisbury Hall is an outstanding Grade II listed wisteria-clad period home dating from the early 18th century, with original flagged floors, beamed ceilings and mullion windows.

Set among some of Lancashire’s most beautiful countryside, it occupies a slightly elevated position with aspects across to Harrop, Easington and Waddinton Fells.

The reception hallway/music room has a solid oak entrance door, original arched stone inglenook fireplace and cast iron multi-fuel stove with salt safe.

The sitting room, with double mullion window and window seat, has a French door to the front garden and a high mantle stone chimney piece with cast iron dog grate.

The dining room, with mullion window, has a stable door to the rear garden.

The country-style fitted kitchen has an Alpha double-oven oil-fired range providing hot water and central heating, a Belfast sink, island unit, Miele dishwasher and butcher’s block. and there is an adjoining shelved pantry.

The rear hallway has a cloaks area, and there is a utility room plumbed for laundry, with double-well Belfast sink and Victorian clothes rack. Additionall, there is a breakfast area and two-piece cloakroom.

The distinctive solid oak staircase has two half-landings, and leads to a landing with original oak panelling and polished oak plank floor.

The master bedroom with double mullion window has an ensuite four-piece bathroom with fully tiled double shower unit and bath with claw feet, and large built-in cupboards/wardrobes.

Also on the first floor are a front bedroom with cast iron fireplace, a study/bedroom with built-in shelving, sitting room/bedroom with large walk-in wardrobe, and four-piece family bathroom.

An oak staircase with half-landing leads to the second floor, where there are two side bedrooms, a sitting room and four-piece bathroom, all lit by Velux windows.

The property is surrounded by beautiful gardens with an abundance of traditional planting.

The rear garden, adjoining open agricultural land, has a large stone central patio, an ornamental pond, lawns and timber store shed, and the gated rear entrance opens on to a driveway with parking for several vehicles.

The detached garage has an internal dog kennel and external run.

Address: Salisbury Hall, Newton-in-Bowland, Clitheroe, BB7 3DZ

Price: £725,000

Estate agent: Fine and Country, 39 King Street, Whalley.

Telephone: 01254 828922.

Website: www.fineandcountry.com