Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty within the stunning Lune Valley sits Halton Green House, a truly magnificent and captivating property offering a tremendous package for the discerning purchaser and set in approximately 5½ acres, ideal for those with equestrian requirements.
Built in the 1930s by the prominent Satterthwaite family, Halton Green House has had an interesting past; the property was and is indeed now a fine, family home but during World War II it was utilised as an officer's barracks and during the 1950s, legendary singer Frankie Vaughan stayed here for two summers as a convenient base from where to enjoy his hobby of fishing on the River Lune.
Situated amongst the picturesque fields of Halton Green, just outside of the village of Halton, Halton Green House enjoys stunning panoramic views of uninterrupted, rolling countryside. Just a short stroll or drive away, the village of Halton provides all the local amenities of a classic rural village including village store, newsagent, post office, public house and a well-regarded primary school. There are also a range of sporting facilities to hand for those who enjoy the great outdoors, from horse riding along the many bridal paths to fishing on the River Lune and also an excellent selection of golf courses located nearby in Lancaster, Morecambe and Silverdale. A further appeal to this enviable location is that it is conveniently located for both quick access to the nearby historic city of Lancaster and The Lake District, whilst being only a 15 minute drive from Kirkby Lonsdale, making this house the perfect country retreat with city amenities still in easy reach. For those commuting, the M6 access can be found a mere few minutes drive away and the West Coast mainline connection at Lancaster offers a fast service to London Euston and Glasgow/Edinburgh, and the international airports at Manchester and Liverpool are both easily accessible.
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