4 bedroom property
£450,000
Tan House Lane, Great Harwood, Blackburn BB6
  • Development Opportunity
  • Renovation project
  • Grade two listed mansion
  • Extensive grounds
  • Private lane access
  • Stunning Ribble Valley views
  • Unique opportunity to own a piece of Lancashire's history
  • Much sought after location
  • Huge potential
  • Possibility for further builds on site subject to planning

For sale by online auction, buyers premium applies.

Fancy your own Grand Design project and the chance to purchase a piece of Lancashire's history? Well here it is.

Allsprings House, sometimes referred to locally as "the Polish House" is a derelict grade two listed mansion house set within extensive grounds with stunning views across the Ribble Valley located at the end of the highly desirable and sought after private lane location off Tan House Lane in Great Harwood. Originally built by James Lomax, son of Richard Grimshaw Lomax, a wealthy Lancashire landowner in 1838, this striking property has the potential to be a unique home for the investor with imagination. The house, once part of the Allsprings Estate was owned by the same family who also owned Clayton Hall Estate, other significant land in Clayton Le Moors and in Hurst Green, making a total of 3,400 acres. Allsprings House is steeped in local history. Known locally as "the Polish House", Allsprings served time as a hospital for polish refugees during the war, and there is even an old air raid shelter hidden in the grounds! Built in the gothic style that was popular in the Georgian era combined with the characteristically Georgian symmetrical architecture, the home's facade features large mullioned windows and a central tower. With accommodation originally set over 4 floors and a central sweeping staircase, this property was once a significant feature of the local landscape in Great Harwood.

Viewing is essential to see the potential this property has to offer. A true renovation project. Sold as seen.

Fancy your own Grand Design project and the chance to purchase a piece of Lancashire's history? Well here it is.

Allsprings House, sometimes referred to locally as "the Polish House" is a derelict grade two listed mansion house set within extensive grounds with stunning views across the Ribble Valley located at the end of the highly desirable and sought after private lane location off Tan House Lane in Great Harwood. Originally built by James Lomax, son of Richard Grimshaw Lomax, a wealthy Lancashire landowner in 1838, this striking property has the potential to be a unique home for the investor with imagination. The house, once part of the Allsprings Estate was owned by the same family who also owned Clayton Hall Estate, other significant land in Clayton Le Moors and in Hurst Green, making a total of 3,400 acres. Allsprings House is steeped in local history. Known locally as "the Polish House", Allsprings served time as a hospital for polish refugees during the war, and there is even an old air raid shelter hidden in the grounds! Built in the gothic style that was popular in the Georgian era combined with the characteristically Georgian symmetrical architecture, the home's facade features large mullioned windows and a central tower. With accommodation originally set over 4 floors and a central sweeping staircase, this property was once a significant feature of the local landscape in Great Harwood.

Surrounded by substantial grounds, the site also offers the potential for further development, subject to planning permission.

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