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Church & Ostwaldwistle
Set beyond the gaze of the casual passer by, and located at the end of a long tree lined driveway, is this extraordinary residential example of the Industrial Heritage of this highly regarded location, 'Flaxmoss House' built by local mill owning dignitary William Turner whose legacy lives on in the nearby Helmshore Mill Museum, is believed to have commissioned the construction of Flaxmoss House in the mid 1800's, set in approximately 2.5 acres of mature gardens, with a variety of mature trees, extensive lawns and tennis court with outlook toward the 'The Tor'. With an exceptionally large basement, including games room, gymnasium, snooker room, cinema room and workshop, the master bedroom has a newly fitted en-suite complete with walk-in shower, this seven bedroom family home is within minutes of the nearby motorway network and a short hop to shopping facilities in Ramsbottom & Rawtenstall, with Manchester a short drive away.PLEASE NOTE: The site has also just received outline planning permission for part of the gardens to be developed into a residential scheme of 8 luxury apartments, with accommodation ranging from 1100-2000 square feet, with secure parking facilities.
Living Room thru Dining Room
Main Family Bathroom
Lower Ground Floor
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