Tracy Phillips Estates
Set in the heart of the conservation area in the village of Roby Mill, this pretty Grade II listed stone cottage offers a potentially beautiful home, which although requiring some upgrading, is offered at a sensible asking price for a home is this highly sought-after location. Understood to date back to the late 18th Century, the cottage is full of character and original features and with the unusual benefit of a detached stone built garage, one of the many facilities normally lacking with older properties. Situated in the picture postcard village, with open views towards Ashurst Beacon to the rear this lovely cottage is sure to make a wonderful home. The accommodation which extends to 870 sq ft briefly comprises of a wood built entrance porch leading in to the lounge. Filled with beams and built-in storage, the room is centred around a fireplace and leads through into the open plan breakfast and dining kitchen. There is a wood burning stove and fitted units with the staircase rising to the first floor and access into the garden to the side of the home. The first floor offers a large open plan bedroom, which contains fitted wardobes and has a rear window overlooking the open views. The sizeable bathroom is positioned at the front of the home and is fitted with a three-piece white suite including a bath with overhead shower, wash hand basin and w.c. It is also worth noting that historically and although now lapsed, this home gained planning permission for a rear two storey extension. Externally, this end cottage offers access to the side and leading into the sizeable garden which is securely fenced, not overlooked and offers a York stone flagged patio with steps leading to a further patio and lawn. The surprise with this lovely home is a detached stone built garage positioned to the side of the home, in the church grounds. The garage has a pitched roof is service by power and offers both an up and over door and also a side pedestrian door. The right of access to the garage is on the deeds for the property. The village is ideally located to enjoy not only the beautiful countryside surrounding it, but equally easy access to the motorway network when required. There is a small primary school located within a short stroll, desirable eateries and handy shops are located in either Appley Bridge or Up Holland. There is also a direct line train service to Manchester in nearby Appley Bridge. Offered with vacant possession and on a freehold tenure and no onward chain, this lovely home, brimming with potential is now offering viewings.
Floorplan for Roby Mill, Skelmersdale
  • Grade II Listed Stone Cottage
  • One Bedroom with Fitted Wardrobes
  • Lounge and Dining Kitchen
  • First Floor Bathroom
  • Good Sized Rear Garden
  • Detached Garage to the Side of the Property
  • Full of Character and Original Features
  • Sought-After Village Location

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