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4 bedroom town house for sale

Church Brow, Clitheroe

Offers Over £425,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Permit Parking
  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • Victorian Townhouse
  • Grade II Listed
  • Lounge
  • Music Room/Library
  • Cinema Room
  • Dining Kitchen and Utility
  • Immaculately Presented
  • Original Features

Full description

This impressive, Grade II listed Victorian home, originally built circa 1855, oozes grandeur and luxury through every detail. The current owners have lovingly refurbished this home to an impressive standard throughout, remaining sympathetic to the history, charm and character, yet developing it to enhance its beauty, creating an immaculate, versatile and enticing family home!
The property is located in the heart of Clitheroe town centre, lying opposite St Marys Church. Internally this property is set across four spacious floors, brimming with charm at each level and briefly comprises of ground floor: entrance vestibule with original tiled flooring, leading to a grand entrance hallway with an antique doorbell and cast iron radiator, a gorgeous formal lounge with 180 degree views over Pendle Hill and a roaring open fire, a spacious music room/library and cloakroom with WC.
A stone staircase takes you to the lower ground floor where you will find a sublime, country style dining kitchen, separate utility room, an impressive cinema room - a luxury family space, and a further guest WC.
To the first floor, a split level landing leads to three double bedrooms, with the master boasting an open fire, along with a Duravit family bathroom with underfloor heating. To the second floor is a fourth double bedroom with Ensuite.
Externally the property offers permit parking and a laid to lawn rear garden with a large york stone paved area. This prestigious property has had a recently fitted boiler, replaced carpets and the interior designed by Hortons of Cheshire. The home offers versatile living accommodation over four floors, enabling the many rooms to be used for multiple purposes. Call our Clitheroe office at your earliest convenience for more information or to book a viewing on 01200 422824.

Ground Floor -

Entrance Vestibule - Hardwood front entrance door, coving to the ceiling, original tiled flooring, original hardwood half glazed door to the entrance hall.

Entrance Hall - Coving to the ceiling, feature archway, picture rail, antique door bell, cast iron central heating radiator, built in storage, stairs to the lower ground floor and stairs to the first floor with an original solid wood balustrade (to complement the wood work of St Mary's church which is opposite the property) and doors to the lounge, music room/library and WC.

Lounge - 15'5 x 14'9 (4.70m x 4.50m) - Hardwood double glazed sash windows with views over Pendle Hill, coving to the ceiling, ceiling rose, picture rail, central heating radiator with a feature cover, television and telephone points, centrepiece cast iron open fire with a tiled base and a solid light wood surround and two wall light facilities.

Music Room/Library - 15'3 x 12'10 (4.65m x 3.91m) - This room was designed by Hortons of Cheshire and comprises: Hardwood double glazed sash windows, coving to the ceiling, ceiling rose, picture rail, central heating radiator with a feature cover, one wall light facility and a centrepiece open fire with a brick recess, tiled base and a wooden surround.

Wc - White two piece suite comprising: a low suite WC unit, pedestal wash basin, coving to the ceiling, ceiling rose, picture rail, central heating radiator, built in storage cupboard housing the recently installed Worcester boiler and a hardwood double glazed sash window with views over Pendle Hill.

Lower Ground Floor -

Hallway - Solid stone stairs from the first floor, coving to the ceiling, smoke alarm, stone flagged flooring, Walk-in storage room currently housing chest freezer and doors to the WC, cinema room and dining kitchen.

Wc - White two piece Heritage suite comprising: a low suite WC unit, wall hung wash basin, wall mounted electric heater, built in storage currently used as wine store and solid light wood flooring.

Cinema Room - 14'10 x 11'5 (4.52m x 3.48m) - Spotlights to the ceiling, central heating radiator, television point, built in surround sound system, stone flagged flooring and built in storage cupboard housing the electric consumer unit.

Dining Kitchen - 16'2 x 14'10 (4.93m x 4.52m) - Two hardwood double glazed sash windows with views over Pendle Hill, cream matte wall and base units with mahogany worktops and tiled splashbacks, inset Belfast sink and antique mixer tap, integrated Neff electric oven/microwave with a five ring gas hob and extractor hood, built in fridge, Aga/Rangemaster cooker in recess with down lighting, open to negotiation, and an ornate black cast iron original surround, under unit lighting, space for dining table, television point, telephone point, wood panelled elevations to dado rail height, original cast iron central heating radiator, solid light wood flooring (reclaimed from a local ballroom), hardwood half glazed rear entrance.

Utility - 16'1 x 5'4 (4.90m x 1.63m) - Hardwood double glazed sash window, cream matte base units with light wood effect laminate worktops and complementary tiled splashbacks, inset stainless steel double bowl sink with drainer and mixer tap, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, vent for tumble dryer and solid light wood flooring.

First Floor -

Landing - Split level landing with a feature original skylight, coving to the ceiling, picture rail, built in, walk in wardrobe (with the potential to be an en suite), stairs to the second floor and doors to three bedrooms and the bathroom.

Bedroom One - 14'10 x 14'9 (4.52m x 4.50m) - Hardwood double glazed sash window with views over Pendle Hill, coving to the ceiling, picture rail, central heating radiator, original wall hung wash basin with a light wood vanity unit, white tiled splashbacks, centrepiece cast iron open fire with a tiled base and a wooden surround, solid light wood flooring and television and telephone points.

Bedroom Two - 12'11 x 10'1 (3.94m x 3.07m) - Hardwood double glazed sash window, coving to the ceiling, picture rail, central heating radiator and a feature cast iron fireplace.

Bedroom Three - 12'5 x 10'2 (3.78m x 3.10m) - Hardwood double glazed sash window, coving to the ceiling, picture rail and a central heating radiator.

Bathroom - Contemporary white three piece Duravit suite comprising: Philippe Stark designed low suite WC unit, wall hung wash basin with a soft closing vanity unit, corner bath with heated surrounding seats, direct feed walk-in shower with a glass screen, spotlights to the ceiling, extractor fan, part tiled elevations, contemporary towel radiator, tiled flooring with under floor heating, heated steam free mirror, built in airing cupboard and a hardwood double glazed window with views over Pendle Hill.

Second Floor -

Bedroom Four - 23'2 x 14'7 (7.06m x 4.45m) - UPVC double glazed window with views over Pendle Hill, central heating radiator, walk-in storage to the eaves, central skylight and door to the en suite.

En Suite - White two piece suite comprising: a low suite WC unit, wall hung wash basin, panelled elevations to dado height and walk-in storage.

External - Residents parking permit, giving unlimited parking to town centre resident's parking bays on Church Brow, Church Street and York Street. To the rear is a laid to lawn garden with large york stoned paved seating and patio.
There is also additional access to the back garden via a generously sized shared passageway from Church Brow with number 4 Church Brow. This is currently used as a wood store and a bike store, ideal for extra storage.

Agents Note - Council Tax Band C

Disclaimer
All descriptions in this brochure are the opinions of Keenans Estate Agents and their employees with any additional information advised by the seller. Properties must be viewed in order to come to your own conclusions and decisions. Although every effort is made to ensure measurements are correct, please check all dimensions and shapes before making any purchases or decisions reliant upon them. Please note that any services, appliances or heating systems have not been tested by Keenans Estate Agents and no warranty can be given or implied as to their working order.


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