3 bedroom semi-detached house for salePalatine Square, Burnley
Commanding an enviable position at the head of the cul-de-sac, formerly an exclusive gated community and now one of several designated conservation areas in the town. Positioned in an attractive row beside the former vicarage, and constructed circa 1882, during an era of rapid expansion of the industrial town where prominent citizens lived in villas and short terraces closer to the towns boundaries. Ideally placed therefore within approximately half-a-mile of Burnley town centre amenities with access to the M65 motorway a short distance away, promoting complete freedom throughout the Northwest region.
One of three period properties, this Victorian semi-detached home affords a wealth of enchanting character, lovingly restored to the credit of the existing vendors. The property has undergone a programme of renovation with stunning original stripped pine floors extending from the reception hallway with its sweeping balustrade and into light, airy reception rooms. Clean, neutral décor highlights the existing character with open fireplaces, plaster cornicing and ceiling roses, all of which benefits from modern gas central heating having been installed. There are three good-sized bedrooms to the first floor, with a magnificent main bedroom, formerly two rooms and spanning the width of the building. A sympathetically re-instated house bathroom further adds to the appeal. The property is enveloped within private lawned gardens to the front, side and rear.
Briefly Comprising:- Entrance Porch, Reception Hallway, TWO ENCHANTING RECEPTION ROOMS, Modern Dining Kitchen with Separate Utility Room, Useful Basement Storage Area, THREE DOUBLE SIZED BEDROOMS, Four-Piece House Bathroom, Lawned Garden Enveloping the property to the front, side and rear. VIEWING ESSENTIAL TO APPRECIATE!
The Accommodation Afforded is as follows:
Glazed Panelled Entrance Door
With twin glazed feature panels over.
Imposing exposed stonework, glazed panelled door opening with leaded glazed panel over bearing the number ‘21’.
Sweeping stairs with spindle balustrade and polished wood hand rail ascending to the first floor level, feature panelling and access with stone steps descending to the useful basement area. Coved ceiling, radiator, attractive original stripped-pine wood floor area. Panelled doors leading from hallway and into:-
Reception Room One
14’02” x 13’02”into chimney breast recess. Feature brick-built inlay with multi-fuel cast-iron stove set onto a stone flagged hearth, coved ceiling with stunning period centre ceiling rose, picture rail, radiator, original stripped-pine wood floor area. Leaded sealed unit double glazed window affording a private outlook to the front elevation.
Reception Room Two
14’10” x 12’09”into chimney breast recess. Coved ceiling with period centre ceiling rose, picture rail, radiator, attractive original stripped-pine wood floor area. UPVC framed double glazed window affording an elevated outlook to the side elevation.
13’10” x 12’0”into chimney breast recess. Stone-built fireplace with attractive stone inlay / hearth, cast-iron multi-fuel stove. Twin Belfast-style sink with chrome mixer tap, fitted base units incorporating stainless steel oven / grill and four ring electric hotplate with chimney-style extractor canopy over, co-ordinating wood worktops, inset spot lighting to ceiling, radiator. UPVC framed double glazed window affording an elevated rear outlook with Pendle Hill dominating a distant skyline. Panelled door returning to hallway and laminate floor extending with door into:-
Separate Utility Room
12’04” x 6’06”Plumbing for automatic washing machine, vent for tumble dryer, wall mounted Main gas combination boiler, useful storage spaces, radiator. Two UPVC framed double glazed windows and rear entrance door.
Understairs access with stone steps descending to useful basement storage area with power and lighting installed [14’01” x 11’01”] and [6’03” x 5’0”].
First Floor Landing
Return spindle balustrade with polished wood handrail, sweeping stairs descending to the reception hallway with double glazed Velux-style window cascading light from above. Picture rail, radiator, access with pull-down ladder to excellent loft space. Panelled doors leading from landing and into:-
21’02” x 12’02”into chimney breast recess [Formerly two separate bedrooms on the front of the property]. Attractive original stripped-pine floor, two radiators. Two sealed unit leaded double glazed windows to the front elevation.
14’10” x 10’03”into chimney breast recess. Picture rail, radiator, attractive original stripped pine wood floor area. UPVC framed double glazed window affording an elevated outlook with Pendle Hill dominating a distant skyline.
14’07” x 10’07”into chimney breast recess with display shelves. Attractive original stripped pine wood floor, radiator. UPVC framed double glazed window affording an elevated rear outlook.
Attractive House Bathroom
Attractive four-piece white suite incorporating rolled-top bath with claw foot, pedestal wash basin, low-level WC with cistern tank over and step in shower tray with chrome mixer rain shower fittings, tiled area and glazed screen over, chrome heated towel rail / radiator, inset spot lighting to ceiling. Two UPVC framed frosted double glazed windows.
Screened by mature conifer hedges with paved walkway leading to the front and extending to the side and rear of the property. Neat, level lawn to the front, side and to the rear with further paved walkway and stone steps descending with gated access at the rear.
Disclaimer:In accordance with theProperty Misdescriptions Act 1991the following particulars have been prepared in good faith and are not intended to constitute part of an offer or contract. We have not carried out a structural survey and the services, appliances and specific fittings have not been tested. All photographs, measurements, floor plans and distances referred to are given as a guide only and should not be relied upon for the purchase of carpets or any other fixtures or fittings. Lease details, service charges and ground rent [where applicable] are given as a guide only and should be checked and confirmed by your Solicitor prior to exchange of contracts.
Mains supplies of gas, water and electricity.
By appointment with our Burnley office on  415057.
Postcode : BB11 4JF.
Council Tax Band : C [Burnley].
Further information supplied by the Vendor:-
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The gas fired central heating system is in working order.
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