A MAGNIFICENT period property of modest proportions evoking a sense of time honoured charm, with historic connections to the Huntroyde Estate.

Bearing a date stone of 1832 but with an architectural style of an earlier period, it nevertheless is a home of endearing appeal and desirability.

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Arranged around a central hall, the accommodation comprises sitting room, dining room, kitchen diner, utility room, cloakroom, basement study.

There are three fabulous first floor bedrooms, the former fourth re-purposed as a luxurious dressing room. There is a three piece en-suite to the master and a four piece house bathroom.

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Standing within absolutely beautiful stone walled mature south facing gardens; electric gates open to a sweeping drive which leads to courtyard parking, a double garage and a home fitness room.

Totally unique, this is a home for the discerning in search of a truly special property.

Following a sympathetic renovation by the existing vendors, high quality replacement windows by Quickslide of Brighouse were installed. A Heritage range with leaded sealed unit double glazing in powder coated slim profile aluminium frames. LED down-lighting, plug sockets with USB ports, a security system and remote controlled electric front gates.

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Picture rails, Delft rack and some amazing exposed timber beams to various ceilings. The property’s furnishings are available if required subject to separate negotiation.

Old Hall Farm was originally built and owned by Le Gendre Nicholas Starkie, a direct descendent of Roger Nowell Starkie who presided at the famous Lancashire Witches Trial in Lancaster in 1612.

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The letters LGNS are inscribed in the date stone above the front door.

There is also a most interesting ancient carved beam which was possibly brought from the old Huntroyde Hall when it was remodelled in the early 1800s.