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A stunning home which has been beautifully transformed over the past decade is vying for the title of South Ribble’s grandest design.

Eden House has been a labour of love for its current owners and has just been listed for sale for a cool £2million by local property experts MovingWorks.

The home will be the most expensive ever marketed in the area which has been voted as the best place to live in the UK by Sarah Beeney’s TV programme in recent years.

The original workers’ cottage dates to the 1800s and is set in almost three acres of beautiful gardens.

It takes its name from being known locally as the garden of Eden due to the abundance of fruit trees in the grounds.

Mark Worrall, of Moving Works, which is the estate agency marketing Eden House, said: “This is one of the most stunning homes we’ve ever seen. The owners have poured their heart and soul into it, and it really shows. Putting aside all estate agent hyperbole this is an incredible home especially when you see what it used to be like."

“You not only get a property that creates a feeling of being elsewhere in the world, but you also have 2.78 acres of land, five bedrooms with three balconies overlooking those grounds and a garage with dual access that is ideal for car enthusiasts. It’s got to be seen to be truly appreciated.”

The home’s transformation and the sellers’ emotional reactions is featured in a short video filmed by MovingWorks.

The video shares the story of the transformation including the owners’ heartfelt moment of reflection questioning why they are selling this amazing property.

The owners have decided to move on from Eden House to spend more time travelling and enjoying some of the African or Asian cultures that are evident in the property. 

 

 

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