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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

VALLEY ROAD, WILPSHIRE, BB1

£280,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A SUPERIOR EDWARDIAN ERA SEMI-DETACHED HOUSE
  • MUCH LARGER THAN YOU WOULD IMAGINE
  • A PERFECT FAMILY HOME IN A DESIRABLE LEAFY SUBURB
  • 2 RECEPTION ROOMS PLUS A KITCHEN DINER
  • 4 BEDROOMS (BUILT WITH AN ATTIC BEDROOM)
  • 1,610 SQ FT /149.5 SQ M APPROX. EPC: E
  • CHAIN FREE
  • PART EXCHANGE CONSIDERED
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Full description

Tenure: Freehold

CHAIN FREE. PART EXCHANGE CONSIDERED.

THIS STYLISH THREE STOREY EDWARDIAN SUPERIOR SEMI OF PRODIGIOUS PROPORTIONS OFFERS A PERFECT PLACE TO RAISE YOUR FAMILY. Briefly comprising hall, two reception rooms, kitchen diner, four bedrooms, bathroom, gardens and parking. (1,610 sq ft /149.5 sq m approx. EPC: E).

Classic period features in an ultra desirable location.

Directions
Approaching Wilpshire from the direction of Clitheroe along Whalley Road, proceed to the Wilpshire Hotel traffic lights. Turn right into Ribchester Road and after approximately a hundred yards you will see Valley Road on the left hand side. Number 7 is located on the left, the third property from the end of the cul-de-sac.

Services
Mains supplies of gas, water, electricity and drainage. Gas central heating to radiators from a Worcester combination boiler. Council tax is payable to RVBC Band D. We are advised the tenure is Freehold.

Additional Features
The property has various retained period features including plaster ceiling cornices, high profile skirtings boards, spindled balustrades, working fireplaces, lead glazed window to the vestibule, boarded wood floors. The windows have sealed unit double glazing with PVCu frames and an alarm is installed.

Location
Wilpshire is a delightful leafy superb on the southern fringe of the Ribble Valley, providing quick and convenient access to the schools in Clitheroe and also the neighbouring East Lancs towns. Wilpshire has a train station, golf club with high quality butchers and bakers nearby.

Accommodation
Building styles changed during the Edwardian era and this early twentieth century example embraced the fresh new approach, with larger windows to create a lighter way of living. The space here flows so smoothly and you will notice the most generous room dimensions as you walk around the accommodation. Built using the renowned Accrington brick with stone detail and a blue slate roof, the rather elegant front door entrance has a double quirk brick detail and a distinctive decorative pediment. The vestibule displays a smartly tiled floor in a black and white style of the period and lead glazing to the inner door. A fascinating aspect of the hall is two gently curving walls on the approach to the living room; another indication of the property's superior build quality and finish. The half return staircase has a spindled balustrade and two gable windows. A bay window to the front sitting room helps gather the afternoon and evening light and there is a gas fired stove in the chimney breast. In the rear facing living room you can access the garden from French windows within a box bay that features a corbelled arch and a barrel vaulted ceiling. There is a stone chimney piece and a gas pipe connection.

In line with contemporary expectations there is a most inviting kitchen diner with a coal effect gas stove to keep you nice and toasty when the cooler weather is here. The fire surround is flanked by two casement windows and there is an arched opening to the kitchen area which has a smart arrangement of beech fronted units to the popular Shaker style, with contrasting granite effect counters and tiled splashbacks. A Franke stainless steel sink unit with swan neck mixer tap, electric oven, five-ring gas hob, microwave and integrated fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher.

As you climb the stairs be sure to observe the sinuous curve to the second floor staircase, another sign of a fine finish. There are three first floor bedrooms consisting of two large doubles and a box single. The sumptuously large bathroom features a stylish four piece suite comprising a free standing bath with clawed feet and a mixer tap shower fitting, a quadrant shower cubicle with a thermostatic shower, pedestal washbasin and low suite wc. A towel radiator and part timber walls to dado height.

The attic fourth bedroom consists of a sleeping area with two Velux windows and a separate study/chill out area.

Outside
There are attractive, nicely proportioned gardens to front and rear consisting of lawns and some delightful specimen trees including a flowering cherry. There is a tarmacadam drive and a patio area sheltered from the wind.

A lovely charming home on an equally appealing leafy cul-de-sac.

Viewing
Strictly by appointment with the Agents.
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