An impressive Preston farmhouse is on the market for £1.2m - and it has it's own five acre meadow.
Cricket House Farm, on Nabs Head Lane in Samlesbury, is situated down a private lane.
The family home is made up of five bedrooms and it sits within seven acres of land in total.
On the ground floor, there is a porch, inner hallway, dining room, snug, lounge, open plan kitchen area, conservatory, toilet, utility room and a rear porch.
The dining room features an open flu fire set into a Yorkshire stone fireplace.
The inner hallway leads to the snug, which in turn leads to a family lounge.
From the lounge, there is access to the stair case leading to the wine cellar.
Both the snug and the lounge also feature open flu fireplaces.
Through the kitchen, there is access to a 'L' shaped conservatory which boasts views over the garden at the rear.
Five bedrooms, two of which have en suite bathrooms, a shower room and a large landing can be found on the first floor of the home.
Outside of the property, there is seven acres of land - made up of building land and a 5.5 acre meadow.
Within the gardens, there is a pond, a detached store room/pig sty and an enclosed cobbled courtyard to the side which has double gated access for parking.
There is a front garden adjacent to the property and 0.5 acres of land which includes planning permission for a two bedroomed bungalow annex.
The property is located close to Samlesbury Hall estate, schools and motorway links to Blackburn, Preston and Clitheroe.
The estate agents marketing the home have recommended viewing the property.
In the listing, they said: "With enviable gardens, an abundance of parking and a cobbled rear courtyard, this idyllic home is bursting with character and charm and is a true credit to its current occupants.
"Internal inspection is crucial to appreciate what it has to offer!"
The Preston home is now for sale on Zoopla with Keenans Estate Agents for offers over £1,200,000.
To view the property online, or for more information, click here.