IF you are looking for a historic home with wonderful undulating landscapes and views, you can count on this property to tick all the boxes for you.

The Old Counting House is a beautiful, stone built four bedroom house situated in an idyllic hamlet in the heart of Hoghton Bottoms.

It dates back to approximately 1750 and originally stood as a counting house for the mill.

The property was rebuilt from ruin in local stone only 30 years ago by its current occupants and has been sympathetically restored throughout

It is on the market with Keenan’s Estate Agents in Chorley and you can snap it up for £595,000.

What more could you want as a step away from busy bustling work life than some stunning impressive views towards Pleasington golf course and the river Darwen.

The property although seemingly rural, is a quiet retreat only a short distance from civilisation.

If you want a property that is a little bit special then this is surely it, as it is on Viaduct Road and what do you expect nearby - a stunning picturesque viaduct and a nice place for walks - whatever the weather.

It is a charming property situated on a one acre plot, with steeped land and gardens, often inhabited by deer and pheasants, ample off road parking and a river bed.

When you walk into this property you are made to feel right at home in the entrance hallway and there there are two spacious reception rooms. The second one brings you onto the traditional fitted kitchen which has an added extra of the large boot room with toilet and home office.

On the first floor the landing leads to the four bedrooms, a walk-in wardrobe and main bathroom.