Inside 18th century £1m home – and the garden looks like a dream

Look inside Talbot Bridge House in Bashall Eaves <i>(Image: Fine & Country)</i>
Look inside Talbot Bridge House in Bashall Eaves (Image: Fine & Country)

An 18th century home in Bashall Eaves is on the market for £1.1million and the garden is fantastic.

Talbot Bridge House dates back to around 1745 but the current owners have spent 20 years upgrading and renovating the site to suit the preferences of a modern buyer.

The house is said to be “full of character” with “contemporary touches throughout”.

The spacious home has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and three reception rooms.

The kitchen and breakfast room is open plan, with mullion windows and underfloor heating.

According to the property description, the kitchen boasts oak and granite furnishings and an oil-fired Aga.

As well as the modern touches, the room has retained some of its historic features including exposed beams in the ceiling.

The snug is the perfect room to relax in. It has a wood-burning stove which is set into a carved stone fireplace with a matching hearth, exposed beamed ceiling and glazed French doors.

The lounge has a fireplace, wood-burning stove and feature exposed stone wall. It also features a cast iron spiral staircase which leads to a master bedroom, with a galleried landing area.

Also located in the property is a study, which is also used as a playroom. It has solid oak flooring and exposed beamed ceiling.

There is a master bedroom on the first floor. Also in this room is a vaulted ceiling. On sunny days, you can enjoy your morning coffee or tea on the Juliet balcony.

This room also has its own en suite and dressing room with built-in wardrobes.

A lot of love, care, and attention has been put into the grounds of the property.

The parking area has enough space for up to 10 cars and there is also an oak-framed carport for additional covered parking.

As you walk through the grounds you will find a decked area, which overlooks the Bashall Brook.

To the side of the house an Indian stone paved patio area, which connects to a lawned garden. There is also a raised decked area with a summer house, complete with power and light.

A spokesperson for Fine & Country, which is marketing the home, said:  "Talbot Bridge House is a beautiful family home sympathetically modernised for contemporary living.

“This beautiful family home dates back to circa 1745 and has been substantially upgraded improved and restored by the current owners over a 20-year period.

“Full of character but with contemporary touches throughout this spacious family home is located in a fabulous location with beautiful scenery yet a short drive to Clitheroe centre with its superb facilities and excellent schools.”

You can view the property on the Fine & Country website.