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1 bedroom terraced house for sale

Burnley Road, Weir, Bacup

Withdrawn from Market £110,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Rural Grade II listed cottage
  • Amidst breathtaking countryside
  • Panoramic views. Non overlooked
  • Peaceful rear Garden.
  • Period character & charm.
  • Stone flagged roof.
  • Contemporary bathroom. Gas CH
  • No onward chain. EPC D

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

WHY WE LOVE THIS HOME! A charming 18th century cottage bringing back "all of our yesterdays" with heart warming character. It is like walking in to an inn as you enter the intreging hallway with its internal window, the ledged and battened door welcomes you into the cosy lounge with its exposed beams, stone fireplace and stone mullioned windows with seating area and with open views to the front over the meadows - making you long to snuggle up in here on a winters night with a glass of red wine. The dining room is a lovely room and could easily work well as a home office, especially with the landscape window view! On the landing, the picture window also has seating with the most breathtaking panoramic views - quite a wonderful place to sit and read and the back garden is so peaceful. There is a parking bay to the front of all the cottages on the row enabling residents to keep their vehicles off the main road and the property has a small store to the front too. 

WHERE IT IS? Set back along the A671 Burnley Road, two miles from the town centre on the right hand side a few hundred yards before the Deerplay Inn. Burnley town centre is approximately four miles further along. 

WHAT THE VENDORS SAY? "This was a row where we had always fancied living so when we spotted the for sale board when we drove by one day, we decided we wanted it right away. It was the horse culture round here that was particularly of interest and it was brilliant for walking our dogs too. Some of the neighbours have lived here for years and years and are brilliant." 

POINTS TO NOTE ON LOCATION? The property is well situated for hikers, runners, horse riders and cyclists. Enjoy walks over the Pendle Bridleway which offers horse riders, cyclists and walkers the opportunity to explore 205 miles of the Pennines' ancient packhorse routes, drovers roads and newly created bridleways! Or a nice walk to visit the nearby famous 'Singing Ringing Tree' set in the landscape of the Pennine hill range. The location is perfect for people with equestrian needs with plenty of stabling options close by and there is a horse riding school on Burnley Road in Weir Village which is growing ever more popular. Lee Quarry is a haven for mountain bikers and hosts many cycling events throughout the year . Bacup Old Road is only a few hundred yards away if you prefer to keep to a country lane and is just opposite the Deerplay Inn. It would take just over 10 minutes to get to Burnley in a car and there is a train station there linking to Blackburn, Preston and Manchester. The local town centre is only 2 miles away and has supermarkets and small shops. 


STORE 5' 3" x 5' 2" (1.62m x 1.60m) (the first measurement changes to 1.19m following the contours of the room) accessed externally from the front and situated next to the lounge, housing the central heating boiler and gas and electric meters. 

HALLWAY 11' 1" x 3' 4" (3.38m x 1.03m) with traditional front entance door and ledged and battened door to: 

LOUNGE 13' 8" x 10' 2" (4.18m x 3.12m) homely and welcoming with stone mullioned windows looking over open countryside to the front and window seating, stone fireplace with coal effect living flame gas fire, exposed ceiling breams, wall lighting, ledged and battened doors to both staircase and dining room off. 

DINING ROOM 8' 7" x 6' 10" (2.62m x 2.09m) (2nd measurement changes to 1.84m as the room contours), a versatile room which could be suitable for a number of purposes with window to rear showcasing the gorgeous views, recess below staircase and door to: 

KITCHEN 8' 3" x 5' 8" (2.53m x 1.73m) with window looking onto the rear garden and beyond to the rolling countryside and door providing external access, fitted with pine units and composite roll edged working surfaces, interunit tiling, stainless steel sink, electric cooker, ceramic floor tiling. 


LANDING 7' 10" x 3' 7" (2.4m x 1.1m) large picture window with outstanding panoramic countryside views to the rear, ledged and battened doors to rooms off. 

BEDROOM 13' 10" x 11' 10" (4.22m x 3.61m) An inviting room, very good sized with twin windows providing gorgeous open countryside views to the front and door to: 

WALK IN STORAGE CUPBOARD 5' 0" x 5' 7" (1.53m x 1.71m) (2nd measurement changes to 0.99m following the contour of the room), with ample storage and lighting. 


BATHROOM 7' 11" x 6' 4" (2.43m x 1.95m) (2nd measurement narrows to 1.09m as this is an irregularly shaped room), well presented and fitted with contemporary three piece suite in white comprising "P" shaped bath with mixer shower over and glazed screen, pedestal wash basin and close coupled w.c., contemporary wall tiling including feature aspect, window to rear. 

TO THE REAR The kitchen is an extension to the original property and occupies part of the original garden but there is still a further garden area. Neighbours have a pedestrian right of way beyond the yard which is gated, for maintenance, etc. A large raised planted flower bed abuts the rear of the kitchen extension and a long tiered garden with dry stone walling to each side guides itself down to meet the meadows at the bottom. The setting of the garden is just idyllic and panoramic views are stunning. It is a nature lovers paradise; endless countryside - so tranquil. 

TECHNICAL INFORMATION Grade II listed buildings are subject to consent for certain alterations. For further clarification contact the local authority which is Rossendale Borough Council.
Tenure: Freehold.
Council Tax Band: A.
Gas meter and central heating boiler situated in store to front and accessed externally.
Electric meter also situated in store,
Presently no water meter is fitted. 

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08 July 2016


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