Boasting unrivalled views overlooking the Crook of Lune and surrounding countryside, is this characterful three / four bedroom period property, forming part of the stunning conversion of Escowbeck Manor House. Dating back to 1842, the exciting project is in need of upgrading in areas and presents a rare opportunity for a willing purchaser to make their own mark and create a spectacular family home. Occupying a generously sized plot, the appealing property offers delightful grounds with a a variety of gardens, woodland, outbuildings and courtyards, along side the impressive views that extend across towards the Forest of Bowland. Lying just outside of Caton, the property is well supported by local amenities including shops, pubs, a post office and a highly regarded primary school. Junction 34 of the M6 is only a 5 minute drive away and there is quick access into Lancaster city centre with a choice of excellent schooling, hospital, university and main line rail connections. The internal living accommodation is split over three floors and briefly comprises on the ground floor of an entrance porch and hall, a utility and wc, a modern fitted kitchen / breakfast room complete with an Aga, a sizeable lounge / dining room with feature fireplace and a superb formal reception room with a patio door leading out onto the rear terrace. Located on the first floor is the master bedroom, as second double bedroom and a three piece bathroom suite. Occupying the top floor is the third double bedroom and an office which could also double up as a spare bedroom if required.
1.66 x 1.93 (5'5" x 6'3")
4.55 x 1.93 (14'11" x 6'3")
Period floor tiling, radiator and ceiling light.
4.30 x 6.85 (14'1" x 22'5")
Feature bay window with patio doors leading out on to the rear courtyard, feature fire place with open fire, sash windows to side aspect, radiators and ceiling light.
3.75 x 7.05 (12'3" x 23'1")
Feature fire place with log burning stove, built in storage cupboards, sash windows to front and side aspects, radiator and ceiling lights.
3.00 x 7.20 (max measurement) (9'10" x 23'7" (max
Modern fitted kitchen with a range of base and wall mounted units, multi oven Aga, four ring electric hob with fan oven beneath, plumbing for dishwasher and a Belfast sink with mixer tap. Windows to front and rear aspects, Velux windows, radiator and ceiling light,
3.00 x 1.61 (9'10" x 5'3")
Plumbing for washing machine, some for fridge/freezer, window to front aspect, ceiling light.
0.96 x 1.82 (3'1" x 5'11")
Low flush wc, wash hand basin, window to side aspect, ceiling light.
4.18 x 3.65 (13'8" x 11'11")
Double bedroom. Sash windows with views over looking the front garden and grounds, radiator and ceiling light.
3.98 x 2.73 (13'0" x 8'11")
Double bedroom. Sash window to rear aspect with views over the gardens and surrounding hills, built in storage cupboard, radiator and ceiling light.
2.61 x 2.15 (8'6" x 7'0")
Three piece suite. Single bath with shower over, low flush wc and vanity unit with wash hand basin above. Sash windows to side aspct, towel radiator and ceiling light.
3.45 x 3.98 (11'3" x 13'0")
Double bedroom. Built in storage cupboards, window to front aspect, feature fire place, ceiling light.
4.16 x 4.08 (13'7" x 13'4")
Ideal office space but could also double up as a spare bedroom. Large exposed truss, roof window, ceiling lights.
Small patio garden at the front with a further courtyard patio area and lawned garden at the rear. Further long lawned area leading to extensive planted areas and a wood. A lawned area at the front of the house by the drive, leading up to the side of the house and the single garage. Central heating boiler currently located in the garage. Two roomed outbuilding with concrete floor and electricity which provides an ideal storage space.