Detached Bespoke Built Barn Set In Three Acres, Entwistle Hall Lane, Bl7 0
£1,100,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Experience the tranquility of country living at Three Acres Farm, a light-filled, contemporary barn conversion style home with downstairs annex, nestled in the rural embrace of the West Pennine Moors.

Countryside with convenience

Standing between the reservoirs of Entwistle and Wayoh, set within a small and peaceful hamlet of homes, walks unfurl in every direction from the doorstep.

Pull off the country lane, through the gated entrance and along the block paved driveway where there is abundant parking for 20 or so cars. Parking is also available in the large, double garage.

To the front, low privet hedging borders the neatly mown lawn, the perfect external trimming to this handsome and elegant home.

Contemporary living, character touches

Make your way in through the handsome arched barn-style doors, to discover a most unique home, where traditional touches blend with modern comforts to provide the ultimate in family living.

Built in 2007 by the current owners, Three Acres Farm has been thoughtfully designed to make the most of its setting, with views to savour from most windows. Lived in and loved over the past 16 years, Three Acres Farm was completed as a labour of love, and finished to the highest of standards, using high quality materials.

A wow-factor arrival, the high ceiling of the lounge ahead, and views out through the French doors to the trees surrounding the reservoir, and over toward the hills and farms beyond, greet you instantly as you step inside.

Warmth and welcome

Ahead from the entrance hall, oak flooring adds warmth and traditionality underfoot, aided by the flash of colour in the terracotta red chimney breast, within which a roaring multifuel stove encased in a stone surround emits warmth and welcome throughout the home.

Bountiful and bright, even on rainy days, three large Velux windows shower light down from above. In sunny weather, throw open the double doors and soak up the rays from the large terrace beyond.

From the lounge, step up to the left, where a solid oak in-frame kitchen with granite worktops serves as the hub of the home. Light and bright, French doors open inwards, with a glass balcony overlooking the rurality beyond.

Feast your eyes

Copper glints in the granite worktops emulate the shades in the matching floor tiles underfoot, as light flows down from the crystal light inset within an elegant ceiling rose, illuminating the dining table facing the window.

A consummate cook’s kitchen, this space currently accommodates a wine fridge, Rangemaster cooker with gas hob, electric double oven with grill alongside a freestanding Samsung fridge-freezer.

OWNER QUOTE: “It’s such a friendly space; even though the rooms are segregated they still flow together so you can chat whilst cooking.”

Wine and dine

Also flowing off the sociable open-plan lounge is the dining room, an intimate, formal dining space ideal for entertaining, continuing the motif of radish red from the lounge to a feature wall. In summer months, dine alfresco on the large wooden decking, accessible via French doors. Three Acres Farm is a home in constant connection with the outdoors.

Tucked off the dining room discover the spacious study – ideal for those working from home. Large enough to accommodate a double bed, consider opening this room up to the cloakroom downstairs, furnished with wash basin and WC to create an ensuite shower room, should you require an additional ground floor bedroom.

Soak and sleep

From the entrance hall, ascend the elegant kite-winder oak and glass staircase to reach the galleried landing, overlooking the whole of the living area and framing views out over the garden and countryside beyond.

Wake up to birdsong in the master suite, discovered through the oak door on the right off the large, light-filled landing.

Natural light floods in through the trio of windows and additional Velux, drawing the countryside in. Beams above nestle within the gently sloping roofline, painted in neutral tones for a bright, modern finish. Freshen up in the fully travertine tiled, Rocca bathroom, with walk-in shower, wash basin and WC.

Admire the views

Drenched in light, bedroom two awaits to the rear of the home, where three low windows provide verdant views out over the garden. With plenty of space for a king-size bed, the graceful slope to the ceiling adds an intimate, cottage warmth.

To the rear, accented by blush pink and grey soft furnishings, bedroom three has a cosy cottage feel, yet still with ample room for a double bed and with fantastic leafy views.

Refresh and revive in the luxuriously styled Rocca family bathroom, furnished with freestanding bath, large shower, wash basin and WC.

Returning downstairs, on the lower ground level, discover a sublime, self-contained annex.

Annex-tra benefit

Emerge into the large lounge, with ample space for two four-seater settees set before the toasty wood burning stove, inset upon a granite hearth. French doors bring the garden within easy reach, providing access out to a private deck where there is room for a hot tub; perfect for clinking a glass of fizz and admiring private views out over the fields.

Off the lounge, discover an open-plan kitchen with dining table, accommodating a fridge-freezer, cooker, sink and other culinary essentials.

Rest your head in the bedroom, with fitted, mirrored wardrobe and space for a king-size bed. Served by its own private ensuite, with shower, Saniflo toilet and washbasin with LED mirror, this private suite even has direct access onto its own private, gated area of garden via French doors.

A versatile level, with obvious potential use as independent annex accommodation for dependent relatives or older teenagers, it also has the potential to rent well on Airbnb.

From this level there is also access to the large garage, with parking for one car it also serves as a utility room with space for a washer, dryer and freezer.

Peaceful escapes

Quiet and peaceful, spend hazy summer days sitting on the decking outside the open-plan living space with a book and a glass of wine, listening to the soothing sounds of nature surrounding you, whilst soaking up the sunshine from morning ‘til mid-afternoon.

With three Acress of fields dotted with sheep, Three Acres Farm is every inch the rural retreat. There is even a barn, built in 2012 that could be used for agricultural use or storage, or perhaps to keep horses; served by water and power it is also fitted with electric roller shutter doors.

A rockery garden to the side of Three Acres Farm is populated by a selection of shrubs and fruit trees. Completely fenced, the garden at Three Acres Farm is safe and secure for children and pets.

A pond attracts geese, ducks and herons, whilst the Acress of field are a haven for hawks, blue tits, chaffinches, pied wagtails, thrushes, deer, owls and more.

OWNER QUOTE: “Being in the garden feels like being on holiday.”

On your doorstep

From the front door, walks unfurl from the doorstep, out over the slopes of the West Pennine Moors and around the glistening reservoirs of Turton, Entwistle and Wayoh. From woodland walks to waterside strolls, there is plenty of nature close by.

Jumbles reservoir is also close by, perfect for dogwalkers and families, where you can enjoy adventures before enjoying a treat at Holdens Ice Cream Parlour or quenching your thirst at The Strawbury Duck.

In addition to its locally renowned ice cream parlour, the friendly village of Edgworth is home to a handful of pubs, a good quality butchers, hairdressers and beauticians alongside a Post Office, newsagents and café.

Enjoy the convenience of online deliveries, or take advantage of the handy railway station, just 500 yards away, connecting you with Manchester Victoria Station in one direction and the delightful market town of Clitheroe in the other – ideal for shopping trips and commuting.

Families are well served by the nearby Edgworth Primary School, whilst Turton Secondary School is a mere five-minute drive away. Also nearby are the villages of Chapeltown and Bromley Cross.

A versatile, spacious family home brimming with potential, in a rural, friendly, and accessible setting, Three Acres Farm is ideal for those who love wildlife and the outdoors but who also enjoy the convenience of contemporary comforts and connections to the wider towns and cities.

Views, versatility and individuality; enjoy it all at Three Acres Farm, country living with all the amenities and transport links you could need, right from your door.

01204 329975

Newton & Co Sales & Lettings

517, Tonge Moor Road, Bolton

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