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3 bedroom semi-detached bungalow for sale

NORTHCOTE ROAD, Langho, BB6

Sold STC £250,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A DELIGHTFUL MID CENTURY CHALET BUNGALOW
  • UNUSUALLY SPACIOUS & SEMI-DETACHED
  • FRONT VIEWS TO WHALLEY NAB, FARMLAND TO REAR
  • DESIRABLE CUL-DE-SAC NO THROUGH ROAD
  • 3 BEDROOMS, 3 RECEPTION, TANDEM GARAGE
  • 1,609 SQ FT/149.5 SQ M APPROX. EPC: E
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Full description

Facing Whalley Nab with south westerly gardens, this delightful mid-century semi-detached chalet bungalow comprises hall, lounge, dining room, conservatory, breakfast kitchen, three bedrooms, bathroom and a tandem double garage. (1,609 sq ft/149.5 sq m approx. EPC: E).

An exclusive edge of village cul-de-sac.

Directions
Approaching from Clitheroe along the A59 take the second exit at the Petre roundabout into Whalley Road towards Langho. Directly before the railway bridge turn right into Northcote Road. The property can be found on the left hand side and has a monkey puzzle tree in its front garden.

Services
Mains supplies of gas, water, electricity and drainage. Gas central heating from a Main Eco condensing combination boiler to panelled radiators. Rates are payable to RVBC Band D. We are advised the tenure is Freehold.

Additional Features
The property has a combination of PVCu double glazed windows and painted wood single glazing, both featuring some lovely stained glass panels. There are coved ceilings and boarded wood floors.

Location
Whilst enjoying delightful semi-rural aspects and built across from a former farmhouse and associated barn, Tree Tops enjoys walking access to local shops, schools and amenities together with the railway station and bus service through Langho. Access to the A59 is also a bonus.

Accommodation
Built in 1951, the year of the "Festival of Britain", to an attractive design of the period having brick, part pebble dashed elevations under a concrete tiled roof. Tree Tops enjoys gorgeous front views across to the wooded slopes of Whalley Nab whilst the south west facing rear garden looks across grazing farmland.

The main entrance is on the side elevation, the door set within an arched opening, framed with stained glass panels. The vestibule has a quarry tiled floor with an inset matwell and a part glazed internal door. Wide and welcoming the hall provides access to the principal ground floor rooms and has a cloaks cupboard with hanging rail. Two arched windows with stained glass flank the tiled period fireplace which has an electric coal effect convector heater. The wide bay window faces the Nab and there is a deep coved ceiling with a light rose and ceiling relief. The dining room has a Delft rack and double doors open to a particularly spacious conservatory which has a solid stone floor and French window access to the rear garden. In the breakfast kitchen you will find an extensive range of fitted base and wall units with oak cupboard fronts, laminate counters and ceramic tiled splashbacks. A sink unit with mixer tap is set into the stained glass bay window recess, above an integrated Miele dishwasher. There are spaces for an upright fridge freezer, cooker and washing machine.

The master bedroom has a bay window to catch the morning sunshine and built-in wardrobes and cupboards. Across the hall is a three piece bathroom consisting of a bidet, pedestal washbasin, panelled bath with mixer tap shower and part tiled walls. The wc is separate so as not to have a leisurely bath disturbed!

A quarter return staircase with spindled balustrade and domed newel posts ascends from the dining room to a first floor landing with roof light and two eaves access cupboards. The larger bedroom, a generous double, has two double glazed roof lights offering lovely "green" views and there is also a shower cubicle and a washbasin in a vanity unit. Bedroom 3 is a single also with pleasant views.

There are attractive gardens to front and rear, the front being part lawned behind a brick wall with a distinctive monkey puzzle tree. A tarmacadam drive can accommodate up to five cars and leads to a wide and deep two-car tandem garage with up-and-over door, rear personnel door, light and power. The south westerly aspect of the rear garden makes the most of a sunny day. Nice and private it consists of two lawns with shrubbery to the borders and a stone flagged patio when alfresco beckons.

Only two owners from new. Could you be the lucky third?

Viewing
Strictly by appointment with the Agents. (PIQ available on request).
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05 November 2015

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