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Property Description

Key features

  • 998 SQ FT /92.7 SQ M APPROX. EPC: D

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Tenure: Freehold

A DELIGHTFULLY QUIRKY AND IMMENSELY APPEALING STONE COTTAGE WITH TARDIS LIKE SPACE, BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED IN THIS DESIRABLE BOWLAND VILLAGE. It comprises porch, sitting room with a multi-fuel stove, study, dining kitchen with an Aga, shower room, three bedrooms, bathroom, off road parking/garden. (998 sq ft /92.7 sq m approx. EPC: D).

Full of character and totally unique. A must see property.

Leave Clitheroe along Waddington Road and proceed straight through the village; continue up Waddington Fell in the direction of Newton. Pass the Moorcock and cross the cattle grid at the summit and continue on this road on its descent into Newton. Take the left hand fork by the Parkers Arms turning left again at the junction. Quoyberry can be found on the right hand side with the post box in front of it, opposite the village hall.

Mains supplies of water, electricity and drainage with oil fired central heating from a Worcester condensing boiler to a combination of panelled radiators and designer radiators. There is a multi-fuel stove in the sitting room and a state of the art electric Aga range cooker in the kitchen with Aims functionability. Council tax is payable to RVBC Band D. We are advised the tenure is Freehold.

Additional Features
Quoyberry has a security system and the property benefits from mainly hardwood double glazing with halogen lighting to the sitting room and study and a hard wearing quarry tiled floor in the dining kitchen. Various windowsills are in natural stone and there are panelled timber internal doors.

With the Forest of Bowland, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on your doorstep and the main Ribble Valley shopping town of Clitheroe less than fifteen minutes drive, this is clearly a desirable village in which to live. There is the Parkers Arms in Newton, the Hark to Bounty in Slaidburn and the renowned Inn at Whitewell, a short drive away.

As well as providing security and shelter from the elements, the porch also provides hanging space for coats, an electric wall heater to keep them warm and a shoe rack. The welcoming sitting room has rough hewn beams and a rustic brick fireplace with a stone hearth, a cast iron multi-fuel stove to keep you warm and toasty and a mantelpiece ingeniously formed from a butchers block, which harks back to the time when this building was once the village butchers. It seems that every available nook and cranny has been cleverly incorporated to provide some really imaginative storage options. For instance in the sitting room you will find a drinks cabinet bookcase and media cupboard, concealed behind doors/pictures (pictures not included). There is also concealed wiring for a wall hung TV. In the study you will find bespoke built-in furniture comprising cupboards and book-shelving. In the hall there is book-shelving and cupboard storage.

The kitchen diner features an attractive arrangement of painted wood fitted cabinetry with tiled counters and concealed lighting, a white pot sink with antique design mixer tap incorporating a Franke water filter. The room's natural focal point is an Aga range cooker, programmable for added convenience and the obvious place to congregate around its warmth. There is also an integrated fridge, freezer and washing machine. A charming room with a part vaulted ceiling incorporating a Velux window. You will find three inset cupboards, ideal for glasses etc.

The shower room comprises a three piece suite consisting of a shower cubicle with Mira electric shower, washbasin and concealed cistern wc in a vanity unit with mirror and ceramic tiled walls.

To the first floor landing there is a Velux window and four concealed storage areas. Additionally there is an airing cupboard with three stone steps that take you to the master bedroom which has built-in wardrobes and cupboards and concealed wiring for a wall hung TV. In the second bedroom you will enjoy partial views towards the Fell and the third bedroom has built-in wardrobe and cupboard, with loft access and a pull-down ladder. The bathroom consists of a stylish four piece suite comprising panelled bath with mixer tap shower, pedestal washbasin, low suite wc and a bidet. There are part ceramic tiled walls and built-in storage cupboards with a feature arch above the bath. Towels warm on a chromed radiator.

Featuring a gated forecourt laid with Indian stone flagging which can comfortably accommodate an average size car. There is a stone bin store and concealed oil storage tank plus an excellent workshop in which is located the Worcester central heating boiler and coal bunker. It would make an ideal bike store if required. Great care has been taken to maintain the aesthetic integrity of this area and if the car is parked elsewhere, the forecourt is the perfect place for an alfresco occasion.

This is a must see property.

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19 September 2016

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