Nestled into the rolling countryside between Darwen and Edgworth is Pinnacle Nook, a four-bedroom home with plenty of character.

The property, which dates back to 18th century, has just been listed on the market with Proctors Estate Agents, with a guide price of £450,000.

The house has retained traditional features such as exposed wooden beams and stained glass, but its generous windows keep it feeling bright, in addition to offering sweeping views of the surrounding scenery.

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The property comes with a generous lawns to the front and back, perfect for lazy summer days, while the paved patio areas are ideal for hosting BBQs.

The long driveway provides off-road parking for several cars, and the double detached garage will also surely come in handy.

Inside, a cosy lounge with wooden beams and a stone-built chimney breast offers views to both the Lake District and the Derbyshire Hills.

The kitchen also features cosy and traditional details, such as a Rayburn range set in a stone arched recess, and lovely rural views.

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A stunning conservatory provides the perfect spot for relaxing or socialising- once it’s allowed - thanks to its central stone-built fireplace and snug area.

The master bedroom master suite features a vaulted ceiling with beams and a large walk-in dressing room, as well as an en-suite shower room.

The remaining bedrooms are equally cosy, some boasting exposed beams.

The property is within the catchment area for the local schools, and good motorway connections to the M65, M61, M6 and M60 make commuting simple.

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