Windmill On The Farm
- Over six floors
- Four bedrooms: 1 x fifth-floor super-king-size, 1 x fourth-floor double, 1 x third-floor double, 1 x fourth-floor twin
- Third-floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
- Fourth-floor shower room with walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC
- Fifth-floor shower room with walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC
- Cloakroom with basin and WC
- First-floor open-plan living space with kitchen, dining and sitting area
- Utility room with washer/dryer
- Oil central heating
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer
- Smart TV and WiFi
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Ample off-road parking
- Secure bike storage
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop 2.9 miles, pub 2.4 miles
- Note: Due to a number of stairs (some of which are narrow), the property is not suitable for toddlers or those with limited mobility
- Note: This is a working farm, please do not wander off into the farming area
This stunning converted windmill enjoys a rural setting in the village of Holmeswood near Burscough, providing a unique base for families and friends eager to uncover this part of Lancashire.
With accommodation laid out over 6 floors, Mill heights represents a stunning example of a Tower Windmill of brick construction with a boat-shaped wooden cap.
The building was thought to have been constructed in the 18th century before being sympathetically converted into a residential dwelling during the mid to late 1980s.
Entering on the ground floor, you are greeted by traditional flagstone flooring leading to storage for bikes and a utility room with washer/dryer, handy for when adventures take off on a muddier route.
Climb the spiral staircase to the first floor, home to the spacious open-plan living area where you can lounge and chat to the designated chef, keeping them company whilst they get to grips with a range of appliances, or prepare the dining table for a hearty feast.
On this floor, there is also a small balcony where you can enjoy the fresh summer breeze.
Venture to the second floor, where you will discover three chesterfield sofas arranged in front of a curved Smart TV, providing a lovely space to enjoy your favourite shows and movies.
Stairs lead to three further floors with a range of bedroom options, including a super-king-size, two doubles and twin, plus a bathroom and two shower rooms, ensuring you are fully equipped.
Surrounding the property is large lawned area where children can play, or take them on a 5 minute walk round the corner to the leading north west farm attraction – Windmill Animal Farm. Here they can feed and pet a number of furry friends, perfect for a family day out!
The village of Burscough is just over three and half miles away, offering your closest amenities including a supermarket and convenience store, along with a lovely selection of country pubs and restaurants, including a few nestled along the beautiful canal.
Other attractions in the area include Rufford Old Hall, Cedar Farm Galleries and Formby Point, which boasts a large area of beach, sand dunes and pine woods, which are still home to red squirrel.
The vibrant seaside town of Southport is just 20 minutes away, home to a great range of attractions include the thrilling Southport Pleasureland, while the cities of Liverpool and Manchester are accessible from Burscough Station.
A truly unique base for an unforgettable escape, any time of year.
Burscough & Surrounding areas
Ormskirk 2.4 miles; Southport 8.8 miles.
Nestled within West Lancashire in the North West of England, to the north of Ormskirk and Skelmersdale, lies Burscough.
This quaint village is home to Hamlet of Talscough and Burscough wharf, along with many amenities including several pubs and restaurants, a convenience store and a supermarket.
The Leeds and Liverpool canal passes through the parish, along with the Southport to Wigan and the Preston to Liverpool rail lines.
The surrounding area is best explored on foot or bike, particularly along the beautiful Leeds Liverpool Canal and the Wetlands and Waterways walk, which starts at Burscough Bridge railway station and loops you around some of the flattest land in West Lancashire.
If you’re seeking family friendly activities, Burscough is also home to the Wildfowl and Wetland Trust’s reserve at Martin Mere, a marshland refuge and nature reserve of international importance, which offers year-round attractions.