NSW Properties are pleased to bring to the market for sale this three bedroom, detached bungalow situated in the stunning, award wining village of Mawdesley. The property is close to many local amenities, major motorway networks, sought after schools and some stunning open countryside and beautiful pathways ideal for Sunday walks. The property also benefits from being within walking distance to the local train station. Positioned on a good sized plot of approximately a third of an acre of land with further equestrian land of approx 6 acres of paddocks with stables in an idyllic location on the B5246 just off the A59. Rufford Old Hall and Rufford Marina are also close by.
This property offers spacious living accommodation with lots of potential throughout and has planning permission to include a large conservatory, two further reception rooms and bathroom. The current accommodation possesses a welcoming storm porch and entrance hallway. To the right of the hallway is the lounge with feature fireplace and wooden surround, this room has windows to side and rear aspect giving views across the countryside. To the rear of the property you will find the kitchen/diner with a range of fitted wall, base and drawer units including a ceramic hob with extractor over and electric oven. The kitchen has French doors to side aspect which open out onto the expansive gardens.
The three bedrooms are all good sizes with the master offering fitted wardrobes and overhead storage cupboards. The third bedroom is currently being used by the current owners as a dining room and has a feature fireplace with open fire and marble surround. This room has been used for varying purposes and is very versatile.
At the rear of the hallway you will find the family bathroom fitted with a three piece suite comprising of panelled bath and overhead shower, wash basin and WC.
Externally is a detached double garage and large driveway providing ample off road parking for several vehicles leading up to the rear laid to lawn garden areas, with varying mature plants, trees and planted shrubs. The gardens and land really need to be seen to be appreciated so an early viewing is strongly recommended to avoid disappointment.
There is further land of approximately six acres with stables and paddocks that are post and rail fenced, split into two large paddocks and has an orchard area in one. There are four large, purpose built stables with tack room and wooden hay shed all with power and water. There is also a turnout paddock to the front and another large wooden building and ample parking for horse box and/or trailer.