A Grade-II listed Rossendale home full of stunning period features from stone fireplaces to beamed ceilings has gone on the market.
This stunning four-bedroom character property in Stacksteads, Bacup, is believed to date from 1632 and was originally the Waggoner Inn. It was then transformed into three houses, before being brought together as one large property.
Waggoner Tunstead Farm is described as a "superb property, rich in history and with fabulous retained character features", by Fine & Country who are marketing the home.
On the market for offers in the region of £800,000 - it has some "real rare treats" that are seldom found in the property market in this area of Lancashire.
It's believed the home is one of the oldest in Rossendale, and over the centuries has been sympathetically renovated with some modern touches.
The room sizes are generous, with multiple reception rooms making it the perfect family home.
On the ground floor you'll find two sitting rooms, an office, modern kitchen and dining room and a downstairs toilet and closet.
The living areas have stunning stone floors and walls with beautiful wooden beamed ceilings, while the impressive kitchen has a range cooker with plenty of worktop space and cupboards.
Upstairs you'll find four good-sized bedrooms and bathroom with a luxurious freedstanding central bath.
Fine & Country say in the listing: "Room sizes are generous, with multiple reception rooms providing scope for flexibility, while more modern finishes have been sympathetically applied to respect and retain original aspects, while also offering modern convenience and comfort, such as in the impressive kitchen with range cooker and bathroom with freestanding central bath."
There are gardens to the front and rear and there is ample parking.
You can find out more about the property, here.
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