Hunters Oak Barn, Ightenhill Park Lane, Burnley, Lancashire, BB12 0RW
Hunters Oak Barn sits in an elevated accessible but rural location in the hills 3 miles to the north of Burnley and 10 miles from Clitheroe. Ightenhill Park Lane joins the A671 approx 2 miles to the south at junction 10 of the M65 so giving easy access to Preston 22 miles to the west, Leeds 39 miles to the east and Manchester 28 miles south. Nearby Ightenhill offers a good range of facilities and there are two rail stations in Burnley.
The property comprises a large stone building with slate roof set in an elevated rural position with extensive views. The main house is arranged over ground and two upper floors with a central galleried entrance hall with vaulted ceilings and exposed beams and provides potentially 8 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, large kitchen and several living rooms. There is also a leisure wing with heated pool, sauna and whirlpool. Externally there is a detached office and gym building and 2 bedroom cottage, all set in 15 acres approached via an electric gated stone wall and cobbled drive.
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Energy Performance Certificate
The property is for auction on the 14th May unless sold prior
|Hunters Oak Barn||Ground First Second Ground Externally||Reception 1 Reception 2 Bar Reception 3 Reception 4 Dining room kitchen/breakfast 7 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms Bedroom and dressing room Leisure complex with 53 ft pool/sauna/whirlpool 2 bedroom cottage Office and gym||23ft 7 ins x 18ft 4ins 42 ft 7 ins x 12ft 4 ins 16ft x 13ft 4ins 26ft 4ins x 14ft 3ins 22ft 6ins x 14ft 2ft 5ins x 18ft 5ins 39ft x 15ft 8ins Main house GIA 1,973 sq ft (1,112 sq m) Cottage GIA 783 sq ft (73 sq m) Office GIA 901 sq ft (84 sq m) 15 acres grounds|
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