The approach to the property has cobblestone steps and a mix of plants and trees.
Set over three floors, this five-bedroom property is available to return to a house, after a period of being divided into flats.
Spencer Estate Agents say the home in Fulwood Village has “potential to be a beautiful family home", although say modernisation work is in order.
High ceilings, coving, and gas central heating all remain as original features in the home, which is on the market for £525,000.
The ground-floor living room is a cosy, traditional space with a stone-built fireplace and bay windows.
The outbuilding, currently used as a garage and workshop, could be converted as the new owners see fit.
13 photos below show what the home on Chorley Road has to offer.
The kitchen is a busy space with glass doors leading to the rear of the property. The ground-floor bedroom has traditional decor, with large windows letting lots of natural light in. Upstairs on the first floor, this bedroom had a tiled fireplace and windows with great views of the surrounding areas. Previously used as a bedroom, this large, naturally-lit room with a feature fireplace on the first floor would be used as a second lounge in the house. The first floor bathroom has a monochrome theme, and a shower bath. Upstairs again, to the second floor, this bedroom has almost floor-length windows, cosy slanted ceilings, and storage space. The second bedroom on the top floor is a quirky space split into two, which could give the opportunity for a study or office space. The second-floor bathroom has a modern design and large skylight. Gorgeous views of Fulwood village and the surrounding countryside are offered by the higher floors of the home. The garden of the property is enclosed from the road on the corner plot with hedgerow and trees. The outbuilding on the left contains a storeroom and garage on the far side, and could be used for a workshop space.