4 bedroom detached house for saleLittle Bowland Road, Whitewell, Clitheroe, BB7 3BN
- Stunning views
- Beautiful, private mature gardens
- Walks from the doorstep
- Large garage and off-road parking
- 2900 sq ft internally, very well presented
- Period features, exposed beams
- Two bathrooms
- two log burners
- Oak doors and floors, underfloor heating
A beautiful period farmhouse in a spectacular location. Large picture windows take full advantage of majestic sweeping views across the Hodder Valley and Forest of Bowland fells to the distant peaks of the Dales. It is reached on a private access roadway, with wonderful mature gardens bordered on all sides by the Crown-owned Duchy of Lancaster Estate. Several superb walks lead up to the fells right from the doorstep. Internally the farmhouse has been modernised to a very high standard throughout while retaining many character features, providing a most impressive home with flexible accommodation. A paradise for the nature-lover, in a very private and peaceful setting.
Oak entrance door, part-glazed inner porch door with coloured glass and side window; hallway with solid oak floor, double central heating radiator, two wall light points, under stairs storage area, staircase to first floor with solid oak balustrade
15’5 x 11’6 with solid oak floor, underfloor heating, beamed ceiling, mullioned window, central heating radiator, Verona log burning stove on raised stone hearth, archway through to kitchen
10’11 x 15’7 with full range of base and matching wall cupboards, granite working surfaces, fitted Redfyre induction oven range, solid oak floor, windows to rear & front, stainless steel sink unit, stainless steel extractor, beamed ceiling, built-in refrigerator, central heating radiator, oak door to garden
SHORT STAIRCASE TO LOWER LEVEL
L-SHAPED INNER HALLWAY
central heating radiators, in-built shelf larder
with ceramic tile floor, low suite w.c., bidet, pedestal wash hand basin, double shower cubicle, fully tiled walls, ladder towel rail, window
14’2 x 9’1 min / 12’11 max with large picture window, side window, two central heating radiators
14’2 x 9’0 with single window, central heating radiator
13’6 x 7’11 with two Velux windows, double Belfast sink unit, range of fitted oak kitchen units incorporating laminated base and matching wall cupboards, part-tiled walls, central heating radiator, solid oak floor. Enclosed boiler room with Velaire oil fired central heating boiler.
Door to garage.
With double central heating radiator
8’8 x 14’4 with two double central heating radiators, slate floor, glass ceiling
21’10 max x 18’8 min / 22’5 max. Split level area featuring a large picture window commanding magnificent long distance views over surrounding countryside. Solid oak floor, three side windows, three double central heating radiators, recessed fireplace with Stuv logburning stove, open beamed roof truss ceiling
UPPER LANDING AREA
With central heating radiator
With shaped panelled bath and shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low suite w.c, fully tiled walls and floor, towel rail radiator, low voltage lighting, mullioned window, cylinder cupboard
12’4 x 12’0 with window, double central heating radiator, exposed roof truss
16’8 x 12’5 with two windows, one double and one single central heating radiator, telephone point
ATTACHED DOUBLE GARAGE
(16’6 x 18’2) with concrete floor, electrically operated up and over door, mezzanine store area, electric light and power; driveway with parking space for three vehicles
The beautiful gardens and terrace overlooking the valley consist of upper and lower shaped lawns bordered with a wide variety of shrubs and flowering plants; an area with several mature trees including beech and mountain ash; stone flagged terrace, steps and gravel pathway; dry stone walls; an area of adjacent hillside with conifers; the original house well; and a covered log store adjacent to the entrance gateway.
Ribble Valley Borough Council Tax Band F Mains electricity. Bore hole water supply. Oil central heating. Sewage to septic tank. Telephone point. Croft uPVC double glazing throughout. Approximate internal area 270 sq m / 2900 sq ft.
From Clitheroe follow signs to Whitewell. Continue past the Inn at Whitewell for approximately 0.6 miles towards Dunsop Bridge, and take the left turn just after Burholme Bridge. Take the second turning on the right after around 1 mile signposted Tunstall Ing and Higher Fence Wood Farm; Tunstall Ing will be reached after ~300m. If travelling from Dunsop Bridge take the road to Whitewell and turn right just before Burholme Bridge, signposted Bowland Wild Boar Park, and proceed as above.
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