Rare chance to buy ‘extremely unique’ Victorian Preston home
Written by Skywave Radio News on January 24, 2021
Described as an “extremely unique” home that is “brimming with original features”, this seven bedroom home is perfect for a large family.
This semi-detached house, in Ashton-on-Ribble, has stunning coloured leaded feature windows throughout and a large private garden.
The property on Rose Terrace would make a fabulous home for large, multi-generational families as it is laid out over four floors.
It also offers a great opportunity for investors who are looking to renovate and create potential commercial ventures.
The home is being marketed by Roberts & Co Sales and Lettings who say it rare for a property of this calibre to come on to the market.
The original wood front door opens on to a spacious entrance hall. Just off this are two large reception rooms with beautiful original, wood framed, coloured leaded windows, a fitted kitchen, utility room and toilet.
Upstairs on the first floor is seven bedrooms, a shower room and toilet with one bedroom containing a fabulous fireplace.
Below ground level is a spacious basement with a wash house, large garage (with electricity) and additional outbuilding storage.
To the rear is a beautifully laid lawn that is bordered by mature trees and an attractive block paved patio which continues down the side and across the front of the house perfectly finishing the look of this beautiful home.
Multiple vehicles can park in the blockpave driveway with ample space to turn.
Due to the property being such a unique family home, with many beautiful features still remaining, internal viewing is recommended by appointment only.
To view the full listing, please visit Rightmove here.
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