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Property Description

Key features

  • 899 SQ FT/83.6 SQ M APPROX. EPC: F

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Tenure: Freehold

AN AMAZING DETACHED PERIOD COTTAGE QUIETLY TUCKED AWAY OFF THE MAIN ROAD WITH GORGEOUS PRIVATE GARDENS. Oozing charm it comprises porch, living room, dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms, bathroom and en-suite. On-road parking. (899 sq ft/83.6 sq m approx. EPC: F).

A semi secluded gem of a location which requires further viewing in order to fully appreciate.

Travelling from the direction of Clitheroe, proceed through the Wilpshire into Brownhill along Whalley Road and at the traffic lights bear right and continue along Ramsgreave Drive. Turn left at the Knowles Arms into Pleckgate Road and as the road rises, opposite the bungalows and in between numbers 69 and 71 Pleckgate Road, there is a wide ginnel (pedestrian access only) that leads to Toddy Fold. Vehicular parking is available along Pleckgate Road and the distance between the road and the property is short, approximately ten yards.

Mains supplies of gas, water, electricity and drainage. Gas central heating is provided by the Esse stove, domestic hot water as well. Council Tax Band: D. Rates payable to Blackburn with Darwen. We are advised the tenure is Freehold.

Additional Features
You will find a combination of white PVCu and painted wood diamond leaded windows. There are oak and pitched pine floors, exposed timber beams and boarded ceilings some vaulted/some part vaulted.

A unique backwater location off Pleckgate Road providing a high degree of privacy yet such a convenient and easily accessible location.

An intoxicating combination of a desirable detached cottage with a delightful garden nestled into an utterly charming and eclectic collection of period cottages. So few people know of its existence which suits the owners of these unique homes just fine. On-road parking is on Pleckgate Road and a short but wide ginnel gives access. Believed to date from the mid eighteenth century, character it has in plentiful amounts. It was extended approximately thirty years ago and has been the happy home for the current owners over the last twenty years. Anybody wanting the unique appeal of a garden cottage will surely fall for this amazing property. Opportunities like this don't present themselves that often, so book your viewing soon.

In keeping with homes of this type there is a stone porch which gives access to an open plan living/dining room separated by a central staircase and with French windows that open to the patio; the family's favourite alfresco spot! The floor is in timeworn pitched pine as is the window-seat. The ceilings are timber boarded also, a regular treatment in times gone by. A multi-fuel stove provides the gathering point and the dining area can accommodate eight with ease. There is also a window-seat here as well. The galley style kitchen features fitted base and wall units with solid wood cupboard fronts and a white enamel sink unit with mixer tap. In addition to the range cooker there is a four-ring gas hob and spaces for washing machine, dryer, upright fridge freezer. The stable door opens to the patio and overlooks the garden.

The three bedrooms are accessed off the first floor landing and there is a shelved airing cupboard with hot water cylinder. The master bedroom provides a welcome retreat and features a solid oak floor, beamed part sloping ceiling and a cast iron fireplace. It has an en-suite shower room which consists of a corner shower cubicle with electric shower, a Heritage wall hung basin and concealed cistern wc, both within an oak vanity set. The walls are tiled, the flooring in polished oak. Bedroom two is also a double and enjoys a dual aspect over the garden; its vaulted ceiling makes for a really interesting feature. The third bedroom is an ample single with pitched pine flooring and a boarded, part sloping ceiling. The house bathroom consists of a stylish three piece suite in white with chromed fittings comprising panelled bath with shower and glazed screen over, pedestal washbasin and low suite wc. The walls and floor are tiled and there is a chromed radiator.

The stunning gardens enjoy a sunny aspect and consist of neat tended lawns with flagged footpaths and patio area with established border planting that provides good privacy also. This is a garden that provides recreational space for all the family.

Strictly by appointment with the Agents. (PIQ available on request).

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08 June 2012

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