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Residential News | Tue 26 Mar 2024
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A fantastic period Grade II listed farmhouse that has been sympathetically extended to suit the modern family, which sits in three acres of land in the widely acclaimed and ancient village of Wycoller near Colne, is on our website.

Lowlands Farm offers four bedrooms, two bathrooms and ample living accommodation, along with formal gardens and a garage. The property sits in the quiet south-end of the popular Wycoller village, which is thought to date back to the 10th century BC and forms part of a conservation area, as well as being closed to outside traffic.

Entry to the home is through a 17th century porch and quaint period door which leads into the kitchen-diner area complete with a quarry tiled floor, exposed stone walls, fireplace with wood burning stove and exposed beams. From the main hallway there are two reception rooms with impressive, panelled walls and stone fireplaces with inset stoves. There’s also a utility room and downstairs WC.

Upstairs there’s an en-suite master bedroom, three further bedrooms and house bathroom with a modern roll top bath and corner shower cubicle.

Outside there is a paved parking area and garage with a separate office or music room. The formal rear garden has a dry stone wall boundary and there is a low lying paddock with further land extending to approximately two acres.

Mark Kane, senior associate and branch manager at our Skipton office, said: “Lowlands Farm is a very spacious property that’s full of character features including stone fireplaces, fabulous beams and exposed stone walls, as well as benefitting from lots of outdoor space. It will appeal to anyone looking for a period home in a very popular and historic village location.”

Wycoller is in the civil parish of Trawden Forest in Pendle, Lancashire, approximately three miles east of Colne. The village enjoys picture perfect views with a small collection of period properties set around Wycoller Beck and its famous bridges including Pack-Horse Bridge, a twin arched bridge in the centre of the village, Clapper Bridge and Clam Bridge, which is listed as an ancient monument and could be up to 6,000 years old.

Central to the village are the ruins of the 16th-century Wycoller Hall which is both a Grade II* listed building and a scheduled monument. It’s thought Wycoller Hall was the inspiration for Ferndean Manor in Charlotte Brontë’s novel, Jane Eyre. The Brontë Way also passes through Wycoller, leading to the Brontë sisters’ hometown of Haworth.

Wycoller is surrounded by open countryside but is still highly accessible, close to the borders of North and West Yorkshire on the edge of the Pennines, and the rail station at Colne links with the main line at Preston. There are also excellent schools nearby including Moorland at Clitheroe, Ermysted’s Grammar School and Skipton Girls’ High School.

The property has a guide price of £750,000. For more details and to arrange a viewing contact our Skipton office on 01756 701010.  

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