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NEWTON IN BOWLAND, NEAR CLITHEROE, BB7

£499,950

Property Description

Key features

  • A STUNNING STONE DETACHED HOUSE
  • WITH GLORIOUS DISTANT VIEWS
  • FOREST OF BOWLAND AONB
  • QUICK ACCESS TO CLITHEROE
  • PRIME CENTRE OF VILLAGE LOCATION
  • 1,776 SQ FT/165 SQ M APPROX. EPC: E
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Full description

Tenure: Freehold

BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED WITHIN THE FOREST OF BOWLAND AONB. This handsome detached home enjoys glorious views and comprises sitting room, dining room, kitchen diner, four double bedrooms, two bathrooms. (1,776 sq ft/165 sq m approx. EPC: E).

A delightful sought after village close to Clitheroe.

Directions
Leave our office and proceed to the end of York Street turning first left at the roundabout, second left at the next roundabout and continue under the railway bridge into Waddington Road. Proceed through the village of Waddington and up the Fell road, to the left of the Higher Buck. Dropping down into Newton, you will see the Parkers Arms, bear left and then right and Alexandra House will be on your left hand side.

Services
Mains supplies of water, electricity and drainage. Central heating is from a private oil supply to panelled radiators with underfloor heating to the ground floor areas with manufactured flags. Council Tax: RVBC Band F. We are advised the tenure is Freehold.

Additional Features
Fenestration consists of painted wood double glazed windows, an alarm is fitted, some halogen down-lighting and ceiling covings. There are granite counters in the kitchen and Travertine in the bathrooms. The return staircase has spindled balustrades and domed newel posts.

Location
Beautifully located within the Hodder Valley, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Alexandra House affords a south east facing aspect across to Harrop, Easington and Waddington Fells, taking in Marl Hill and Browsholme Moor. Newton in situated between the villages of Dunsop Bridge and Slaidburn which offers a range of local amenities including schooling, post offices, cafes, shops, hotel and pubs. Clitheroe is approximately 6.5 miles away.

Accommodation
Constructed circa 1999, Alexandra House has stone faced elevations and sandstone window openings, beneath a blue slate roof. Exuding style and a sense of welcome symmetry, the central front porch opens to a hall from which a spindled staircase ascends to the upper floors. There is also a two piece cloakroom. The presence of a flag floor immediately adds to the appeal and you will appreciate the underfloor heating. The flags continue through to the kitchen diner and dining room. The formal dining room could of course make a great study if that use is preferred. The generous proportions of the sitting room are complemented with a feature chimneypiece that subtly incorporates a Dovre cast iron stove; just the ticket for those cold winter months. Stone mullioned windows at the front feast on views of the Fells and French windows on the rear elevation open onto the patio garden. Friends and family will happily congregate in the gorgeous kitchen diner, the place of many a happy meal time for the owners. Hand finished cabinetry and granite counters with upstands define this classic country house style. An Esse range cooker (oil) is the natural focal point and there is also a Neff two-ring induction hob, combination oven/microwave and a plate warmer. You will also see a Samsung American style fridge freezer with chilled water and ice dispenser, a Hotpoint coffee machine, Neff dishwasher and space for a washing machine. A twin bowl under-counter Belfast type sink with fluted drainer and a satin finish antique style mixer tap. Other distinguishing features include an oak over mantle incorporating an extractor, ceiling beams and a cushioned window seat from which to enjoy those beautiful aspects.

The luxurious master bedroom suite provides a grand sleeping area with splendid long range vistas, a dressing room with fitted furniture and trouser press and stunning en-suite shower room lavished with Travertine of various hues, complemented by a polished walnut floor. There are twin basins fashioned from Travertine set into a fixed vanity; concealed cistern wc and a large shower cubicle with a Grohe rainfall head and directional body jets; what a compelling way to ease away the stresses of the day. The Acova column radiator also has two rails to accommodate your warming towels. The second bedroom on this floor is another good double, facing south east and next to the similarly special house bathroom. Following the Travertine theme there is a Jacuzzi spa bath with body jets and a hand-held shower, a basin and washstand with a monobloc mixer tap and a low suite wc. Towels can warm on an Acova column radiator and the walnut flooring provides visual warmth.

On the second floor there are two further double size bedrooms, separated by a landing and each with Velux windows.

The front and rear gardens have been thoughtfully designed to create privacy with an array of spring and summer colours. The lawns, pond and stone walkways and patios offer alfresco dining options from which to entertain friends or simply relax and enjoy the views.

The front garden has four lawned areas with mature flower beds, borders and mature shrubs. There is a stone boundary wall and stone flag path leading from the front gates. The pathway has built-in lights on a remote sensor system creating effective mood lighting and also acting as convenient illumination on dark evenings. Two patio areas to either side of the front door enable you to have a seating area from which to enjoy the countryside views and also provide access to the flanks. Down the side of the property there is a useful timber shed and log store along with further space for bin storage etc.

At the rear there are several separate areas, the main entertaining area with a generously sized patio providing ample space for an eight seater table and chairs, chiminea and space for the all important barbecue. This area has raised flower bed borders and a feature pond. There is external lighting, power and water supplies and a greenhouse with a solid flag stone base and external lighting. There is another area for parking which provides space for three vehicles.

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24 September 2016

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