A former farmhouse, which dates back to the 16th century, was transformed into a home that “oozes character”.

Park Head Farm, in Whalley, is listed on the Fine and Country website with a guide price of £775,000.

Far from your standard farm building, the property has been renovated to suit the preferences of a modern buyer while still retaining many of its traditional features including an oak front door, beamed ceilings and traditional fireplaces.

The property is situated on 9.6 acres of lane with the property has three bedrooms, with space for a fourth.

The Grade II listed building is described as “stone-built” and “oozing with character”. The house is also said to be larger than it appears from the outside.

Head inside and you will find four reception rooms and even a games room, which is being used by the current owners as a snooker room. This space could be turned into an additional bedroom.

History buffs will delight in spending time in the dining room, where there is a 16th century stone fireplace.

This room also boasts mullioned and leaded window with rural views.

The kitchen, which opens to breakfast room, has integrated units and a walk-in pantry.

The first floor landing is described as “spacious and well-lit”, with an oak panelled wall and a feature staircase that leads to an attic.

The master bedroom has stone mullioned and leaded window, with fitted wardrobes. Attached is an en-suite bathroom with cast style radiator, towel rack.

Outside there is substantial space for parking, leading to a large stone built detached garage.

The garden looks like the ideal space to spend on sunny summer days, with lawns, an orchard, trees and fruit bushes.

There are two patio areas, and a wood store.

Land to the rear and side of Park Head Farm, which amounts to approximately 9.6 acres is currently used for grazing sheep.

Perfect for people who love fishing, part of the land has access to Sabden Brook, which includes fishing rights.

A spokesperson for Fine and Country said: “Park Head Farm is a traditional Grade II stone-built farmhouse oozing character with stone mullioned windows, beamed ceilings and traditional fireplaces.

“Located in a quiet yet convenient location at Park Head in Whalley, the property is in a great location for commuting and schools and is close to the popular market town of Clitheroe in the Ribble Valley.”