Ball & Percival are delighted to announce a fantastic opportunity to purchase one of nine luxury redevelopment projects located against the stunning backdrop of rural Bickerstaffe. What makes this redevelopment unique is the tremendous amount of effort gone into retaining a rustic farmhouse exterior, whilst blending a modern interior to truly redefine contemporary housing. Attractive features such as the large barn shutters, stonework and brick detailing have been retained and reflected throughout the new additions.This stunning 4-bedroom barn conversion boasts an array of attractive features. At the front exterior of the property, you will find a stone driveway with 2 parking spaces, as well as a car charging point. The driveway is defined by 2 gabion rock structures either side with greenery atop. Within this is an organised refuse storage system to maximise outside space.The ground floor begins with an open plan kitchen diner. In keeping with the rustic aesthetic, the kitchen has a Belgravia style design with Herringbone oak flooring to perfectly encapsulate this luxury redevelopment. Following on, the back of the property opens into a large family lounge area set in front of patio doors that open out to the garden. This allows a tremendous amount of light to illuminate the open ground floor. There is also the added benefit of great storage facilities such as a utility room and built-in storage units. Continuing upstairs you will find: 3 double bedrooms, one of which comes with an ensuite and shower cubicle; a family bathroom equipped with a large bathtub, toilet and wash basin. All bedrooms come carpeted and come with oakwood doors and trimmings, however early buyers will be able to make design requests & changes, pre build. Finally, the outside exterior of the property comprises of a lovely patio area, as well as ample garden space. Perfect for any family.Although Hollyfold farm resides in a rural setting, the site benefits greatly from excellent transfer links. The A570, a main artery connecting St Helens to Southport is just minutes away. There are also bus links nearby that connect into St. Helens and Ormskirk and train links from Rainford station connecting to Kirkby, Liverpool City Centre and beyond. The M58 also runs 2 miles north of the site connecting Merseyside and Greater Manchester.