5 bedroom detached house for saleReedley Drive, Burnley, Lancashire, BB10
- An impressive dining kitchen with granite worktops and a 4 oven Aga.
- Original Art Deco door furniture and tiling.
- Quality bathroom / sanitary fittings.
- Mid oak laminate flooring throughout the ground floor living space.
- Gas fired central heating and uPVC double glazed windows/patio doors.
- Outstanding gardens to all sides with large south facing lawns and terrace.
Substantial Edwardian detached house set in private grounds extending to approximately 1.25 acres or thereabouts. Offering unusually spacious accommodation with views over towards Pendle Hill and surrounding countryside.
Constructed circa 1922 for a local textile family, 'Grey Court' retains many of its original period features and forms an individual home of considerable charm.
Situated in a desirable, well established area, the property is within easy reach of the beautiful Pendle countryside. Burnley and Nelson town centres and the motorway network are both within a few minutes drive, as is the railway station with its recently opened link to Manchester (estimated travelling time 52 minutes approximately). A state of the art golf driving range/football training complex and a well established rugby club are within walking distance of the property - as is the picturesque Reedley Marina.
'Grey Court' is set in large gardens with a wealth of mature trees / shrubs which screen the property from the road and ensure privacy.
Access to the property can be gained from two separate gated entrances and there is considered to be a distinct possibility of development potential within the grounds.
The property has been comprehensively and carefully refurbished by the present owners. Notable features include :
● An impressive dining kitchen with granite worktops and a 4 oven Aga.
● Original Art Deco door furniture and tiling.
● Quality bathroom / sanitary fittings.
● Mid oak laminate flooring throughout the ground floor living space.
● Gas fired central heating and uPVC double glazed windows/patio doors.
● Outstanding gardens to all sides with large south facing lawns and terrace.
Accommodation (for the purposes of this description the elevation to Reedley Drive is referred to as the front).
Traditional timber studded entrance door leading to :
Entrance vestibule with tiled floor, radiator, leaded glass doors leading to :
Reception Hall 16' (4.88m) x 14' (4.27m) Impressive entrance hall currently used as a music room, recessed ceiling spotlights and chandelier, two cast iron radiators, return oak staircase leading to the first floor, double doors with leaded glass panes leading to the sitting room.
Cloakroom with pedestal wash basin and low suite w.c., original wall / floor tiling, cloaks cupboard / wardrobe, uPVC double glazed window and radiator.
20' (6.1m) x 15' (4.57m) plus the bay, having multi fuel stove set on a recessed marble hearth, ceiling coving, radiator, uPVC double glazed bay window which affords long distance views over to Pendle Hill and surrounding countryside.
15' (4.57m) x 13'2 (4.02m) having feature fireplace recess with marble plinth, built in computer desk cupboard, original cast iron radiator, uPVC double glazed windows which overlook the extensive south facing gardens and patio.
18' (5.49m) x 14'6 (4.42m) plus 12'6 (3.81m) x 12' (3.66m) - a spacious turret shaped room with uPVC double glazed windows and patio doors which overlook the south / side gardens and afford a generous amount of natural light, recessed ceiling spotlights, range of store cupboards, two radiators.
22' (6.7m) x 15' (4.57m) - an impressive fitted kitchen with range of modern units including stainless steel 1 ½ bowl sink, fitted base units with granite work surfaces and cupboards and drawers under, central granite work station / breakfast bar with stainless steel sink, laminate floor covering, recessed ceiling spotlights, uPVC double glazed windows and full length uPVC double glazed patio doors overlooking the front gardens.
Appliances include : gas fired Aga with four ovens, 'Bosch' fan assisted oven and microwave, two fridges.
Pantry with stone keeping shelf, original tiled walls, space for full height freezer and uPVC double glazed window.
Side entrance porch with tiled floor, door leading to outside courtyard area.
Laundry / utility room
13'6 (4.12m) x 9' (2.75m) having original glazed double sink, and pulley maiden, fitted base units and wall cupboards, tiled floor, built in fridge, plumbing for automatic washer, two uPVC double glazed windows and radiator.
Toilet having w.c., tiled floor and uPVC double glazed window.
Landing a spacious area currently used as a reading room
Bedroom One (Side)
14'8 (4.47m) x 14' (4.27m) plus the bay, having uPVC double glazed windows which afford long distance views over to Pendle Hill and surrounding countryside, two radiators, walk in wardrobe / dressing room with mirror fronted doors.
En-suite Shower Room having quality 4pce white suite with chrome fittings, comprising of walk in shower cubicles, twin wash basins with vanity mirrors, low suite w.c., recessed ceiling spotlights, 'Karndean' floor covering, chrome towel rail, two uPVC double glazed windows, radiator.
Study / Bedroom Five
13'6 (4.12m) x 12'6 (3.81m) - average measurements, having uPVC double glazed windows overlooking the gardens, range of fitted library style shelving, radiator, door to external sun balcony.
Bedroom Two (Front)
15' (4.57m) x 14' (4.27m) having uPVC double glazed window and radiator, built in storage cupboard and sunny aspect.
Bedroom Three (Front)
14'6 (4.42m) x 13' (3.96m) having uPVC double glazed windows which overlooking the south facing gardens, built in wardrobes, radiator.
Bedroom Four (Rear)
15' (4.57m) x 9' (2.75m) having original marble wash basin, recessed ceiling spotlights, uPVC double glazed window and radiator.
Having quality 5pce white suite with chrome fittings comprising of large bath, walk in wet room shower, twin wash basins and low suite w.c., vanity mirror with spotlights over, complementary wall / floor tiling, recessed ceiling spotlights, LED feature lights and inbuilt radio, uPVC double glazed window and two radiators, underfloor heating.
The main entrance to the property is currently from Reedley Drive through substantial electrically operated gates with stone pillars.
Access is then via a tarmacadam driveway which leads a turning circle at the rear of the house with ample parking space for in excess of six cars.
There is also a second driveway (with private access from Reedley Road via The Crescent) through recently installed imposing gates, leading to the turning circle. The walled grounds benefit from a substantial new wooden fence - running the full length of the western boundary.
Detached garage having remote control up and over door, electric light, power points, wall mounted gas fired central heating boiler, hot water cylinder, fitted base / wall units to the rear of the garage, radiator. Greenhouse with electric light and power. Raised vegetable and flower beds. WENDY/PLAYHOUSE. Hot tub. Shower (h&c).
Attractive, carefully maintained grounds extending to approximately 1.25 acres which include lawns, extensive patio areas adjoining the house, well established borders and a wealth of mature shrub / trees which act as a screen and provide substantial privacy.
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