The most expensive houses currently available in East Lancs have been revealed.

Of the seven homes, listed on property website Zoopla, six of them are located in different areas in the Ribble Valley, while one is in Rossendale.

Our search terms on Zoopla set the minimum value to £1 million.

Here’s a breakdown of what you can find in each home to see how the other half live.

The Long House – Hurst Green


Lancashire Telegraph: The Long House, Hurst GreenThe Long House, Hurst Green (Image: Zoopla/Hilton & Horsfall)

This detached residence in the village of Hurst Green offers a large family living space and views over Whalley Nab, Whalley Abbey Viaduct, Pendle Hill and Longridge Fell.

The listing says: "With a recent extension at the back of the property and a refurbishment inside, this building has been transformed into a 21st-century home that features four bedrooms, five bathrooms, three reception rooms, a home cinema, and a bespoke kitchen diner with fitted appliances.

"Outside you’ll have around half an acre consisting of mature trees, a decked seating area and a paved patio.

"The gated driveway provides off-road parking for several cars and there is planning permission for a detached double garage.

"Close to the towns of Clitheroe and Longridge, it’s well-placed for local amenities such as supermarkets and local shops, lies close to renowned private school Stonyhurst as well as Clitheroe Grammar School and Longridge High School, and is within driving distance of Lango and Whalley railway stations."

Old Road, Chatburn


Lancashire Telegraph: Old Road, ChatburnOld Road, Chatburn (Image: Zoopla/Athertons Property and Land)


A house on the list that doesn't actually exist yet, this proposed dwelling in the village of Chatburn will be constructed with natural stone and the roof finished with blue slate, but will give you the unique chance to involved in the bespoke designs of the property.

The principal elevation of the home, which has five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and four reception rooms, is orientated towards Old Road, maximising the views to the rear across Pendle Hill.

Inside, underfloor heating will feature on the lower and ground floors, the large family lounge can be warmed by either a gas fireplace or log burner, and the bespoke kitchens, supplied by J&J Ormerod of Rossendale, will come with appliances pre-fitted.

Choices such as skirting boards, internal doors and LED spotlights can be decided by you, with J&J Construction working closely with each buyer to ensure their standards are met and the end product matches what was asked for.

Eden Gardens – Old Langho


Lancashire Telegraph: Eden Gardens, Old LanghoEden Gardens, Old Langho (Image: Zoopla/Stones & Young)


This spacious family home in Brockhall Village, Old Langho, about five miles from Blackburn, boasts a whopping seven double bedrooms and eight bathrooms in its enormous space.

Set over three floors, the home features modern décor throughout, a main reception room with feature fireplace and media wall, an open kitchen/dining area and two further reception rooms which could be used as a separate dining area or office space.

The first floor houses five of the seven double bedrooms, four of which benefit from two-piece ensuites, and the three-piece family bathroom with shower, bath, and vanity sink.

The master bedroom, complete with Velux windows and two ensuites, and a further double bedroom complete the top floor.

Outside there is an extensive driveway, double garage with power, lighting, and water, an electric car charging point, hot and cold taps, and a spacious garden.

It’s set in a highly-regarded, gated community, and has good links to local railway stations in Langho and Whalley.

Hurst Lane, Rawtenstall


Lancashire Telegraph: Hurst Lane, RawtenstallHurst Lane, Rawtenstall (Image: Zoopla/Keenans Estate Agents)


Located on Chapel Hill Farm, this semi-rural property is surrounded by rolling countryside but remains in walking distance to the town centre in Rawtenstall.

The six-bedroom house has a contemporary style but retains some traditional character too, with walls made of local stone and a large, sloping garden that retains a natural look.

Inside there are five bedrooms, two with ensuite facilities, an open-plan kitchen/family room, a cinema room, and even a separate spa room with hot tub and sauna.

Additionally,  there is a one-bedroom annex which has recently been rented out of Airbnb with high demand for bookings – perhaps a chance to make some money back on the £1.25m price tag.

A private patio and decked area overlooking the surrounding countryside completes this wonderful home.

Megitta House - Kenyon Lane, Dinckley


Lancashire Telegraph: Megitta House, Kenyon Lane, DinckleyMegitta House, Kenyon Lane, Dinckley (Image: Megitta House, Kenyon Lane, Dinckley)


Located in one of the most sought-after residential areas of the Ribble Valley, this individual family home is on a substantial plot in a quiet, convenient location, while still having huge scope for improvements and upgrades.

Though in need of some cosmetic refurbishment and modernisation, the house has superb living space including a living room, dining room, lounge, study, and kitchen, while upstairs there are four generous double bedrooms, two with ensuites, and a large family bathroom.

Outside there is a triple garage, a timber decked patio with ornamental fish pond and duck pond fed by a stream at the food of the garden, a large block paved driveway, and boasts delightful rural views.

Bridgeway – Brookes Lane, Whalley


Lancashire Telegraph: Bridgeway, Brookes Lane, WhalleyBridgeway, Brookes Lane, Whalley (Image: Zoopla/Athertons Property and Land)


In a private pocked at the end of the prestigious Brookes Lane, this 1920s building retains many of its original features but has been brought into the modern age.

This is a rare opportunity to purchase a family home with a newly-built detached four car garage and a two/three bedroom annexe close to local amenities in Whalley, transport links and outstanding primary and secondary schools.

As well as the absurd eight bedrooms and six bathrooms, this stunning house also comes with its own wine cellar and a balcony overlooking the large garden.

Warren Fold, Hurst Green


Lancashire Telegraph: Warren Fold, Hurst GreenWarren Fold, Hurst Green (Image: Zoopla/Tyron Ash)


Finally, the most expensive house on the list and one of very few that goes over the £2m mark, is this five-bedroom, eight-bathroom detached property in Hurst Green.

With high-specification features throughout, it creates a stunning family home containing an open-plan kitchen with dining and lounge area, a utility room/second kitchen, a cinema room and, to top it off, your very own gym.

Outside there is an extensive driveway with turning circle and fountain, a multi-car garage with storage and units, front and rear gardens, a hot tub, and two patio areas with newly-paved flooring.

At £2m, it’s the least you can expect…