Surrounded by rolling fields and with the coast at the end of the road Moss Cottage is just half a mile from the popular village of Glasson. A ten minute drive north takes you to Lancaster. A ten minute drive south and you can access the M6. This really is a country retreat with great access and the property offers great potential for anyone looking for extra space or to work from home. Close by you will find Glasson is not only a popular village for day trippers but with cafe's, The Shop, a popular local pub, active church and great village school it is has a great local community offering all life's essentials. There is a regular bus service and school buses direct to Ripley St Thomas secondary school. Other popular secondary options include Lancaster Grammar Schools and Garstang Academy.
Moss Cottage comprises the house which has been extended to the rear and side, the garden with existing static caravan (previously occupied) and with planning permission previously granted for a residential lodge and finally the detached garage/work shop. There is open road access to the front courtyard parking area. The garden and garage areas are both gated for security.
The stone built cottage is steeped in history with links to nearby Thurnham Hall and was originally part of the Dalton Estate. It has a generous parking area to the front and the double glazed front door opens onto a cosy front lounge with roaring, wood burning stove. The cottage is double glazed throughout and has an LPG central heating system. From the lounge an open staircase leads up to the first floor where you will find a generous double bedroom looking out over rolling fields to the south and with an en-suite bathroom. There is a built in wardrobe and, off the landing, a separate three piece shower room. The country style kitchen with wooden cabinets, a traditional Belfast style sink and stable door enjoys an integrated hob, extractor and eye level oven. The stable door opens to the sun room which, at over 6 m wide, is a substantial size and wraps around the cottage forming an L shaped addition to the reception space. With flagged floor, wood burning stove, double doors to the rear decking and panoramic countryside views this is an impressive space. Further double doors open to the parking space at the front. A door to the side of the sun room leads to a work kitchen where the current owners have a six burner commercial stove. There is a stainless steel sink and drainer unit, hand wash basin and double glazed window to the rear. Double doors open to the side. Additionally there is access to the utility room and store which has a double garage door to the front opening to the front courtyard parking. The rear decking area enjoys great views and evening sun. There is a built in bar area and the current owners have a hot tub. The lawn garden is enclosed by wooden fencing and a gate allows road access. The static caravan (12' x 28' previously occupied) has a decked veranda and has had planning permission granted for a residential lodge. The detached garage has a roller garage door to the front and a pedestrian access with roller door security to the side. Further gates access the road.