A fine mid-19th century edge of village house in the heart of the Ribble Valley AONB
Hall Foot sits proudly on the edge of the village of Worston in the heart of the Ribble Valley.
This elegant period house offers the opportunity to buy a property in this beautiful part of the country, on the edge of Forest of Bowland ANOB, where it enjoys spacious grounds and fine open views. Hall Foot is a mid-19th century house with earlier origins dating back over many centuries and this is the first time it has been on the market since 1890. The house is painted stone with dressed stone quoins and a slate roof, arranged over two main floors with an extensive attic and a cellar.
It features elegant reception rooms with high ceilings where much of the original original character remains, including working fireplaces and ceiling cornicing.
The current layout will work for a growing family having both large entertaining rooms and plenty of space (subject to planning permission) to create a large family kitchen or living room to the rear of the house.
The first floor is similarly well arranged with generous bedrooms and bathrooms. There is a large attic which could also be adapted and fully incorporated into the main house.
Hall Foot's gardens are grounds are a particular delight with mature trees and extensive views of the surrounding protected countryside. A range of outbuildings can be modified for a number of different uses and, subject to the necessary consents, present an opportunity to create ancillary accommodation to the main house.
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This is such a beautiful part of the country, I love exploring the Ribble Valley, one of the most special places in EnglandLindsay Cuthill