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4 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

The Square, Waddington

Sold STC £560,000

Property Description

Key features

  • AN ELEGANT PERIOD PROPERTY, SOCIABLY LOCATED
  • IN A PRIME CENTRE OF VILLAGE POSITION
  • SUMPTUOUS & SPACIOUS IT OOZES QUALITY
  • 4 BEDROOMS, 3 BATHROOMS, OFF ROAD PARKING
  • GORGEOUS KITCHEN DINER/FAMILY ROOM
  • WEST FACING SUN PATIO

Full description

When you are done with the large labour intensive garden or a socially remote location, this elegant period property could be your perfect home. Sumptuous and spacious it comprises four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a through lounge and a gorgeous kitchen diner/family room. A west facing sun patio to the rear and parking to the side. (1,981 sq ft/184.0 sq m approx/EPC: D).

Few homes compare with this absolute gem.

Directions - When travelling from our office proceed to the end of York Street, turn left at the roundabout into Well Terrace. Proceed over the next roundabout into Waddington Road and continue under the railway bridge. Proceed into the village of Waddington, passing the Waddington Arms on your right and with the Higher Buck in front of you turn right. Number 75 can then be seen on the left.

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

Additional Features - The property has combination of painted wood double glazed windows and PVCu double glazed windows. There is an alarm system, halogen down-lighting, chromed light switch and plug socket covers and some character defining period features which include panelled wood doors with beehive knobs and keyhole escutcheons, picture rails, exposed oak beams and impressive stone detailing in the kitchen diner.

Location - Waddington is a highly desirable, most charming village to the west of Clitheroe and within comfortable walking distance of the market towns, shops and facilities, for the able bodied. The village has a primary school, two Churches, post office/store, cafe and tea rooms and three excellent pub restaurants.

Accommodation - Pure chocolate box situated between the almshouses to the right and the Higher Buck to the left, Number 75 occupies a prime position within this most beautiful of Ribble Valley villages. Perfect for those wishing to embrace village life, this truly stunning home is superbly presented; its free flowing space designed to entertain and reward.

The refined frontage offers a glimpse of the quality that lies within. The wide front door opening to a similarly expansive hall, the floor in part with encaustic tiles; a half return staircase ascending to the first floor, a French door opening to the rear garden. The lounge incorporates two rooms, the front window facing the Church, the rear French doors opening onto the sun patio. A feature contemporary styled fireplace with a living flame gas fire and exposed ceiling beams. The fabulous kitchen diner/family room features bespoke fitted cabinetry with painted inframe doors, oak shelving and beech doors. Contrasting granite counters and upstands with a large island unit and a Villeroy & Boch twin Butlers sink, mixer tap and flexible hose. The appliances consist of a Rangemaster gas and electric range cooker, Neff combination oven, integrated dishwasher, Siemens wine cooler and a Beko American style fridge freezer with water dispenser. In the cooler months you can snuggle up next to a Firebox multi-fuel stove and when the warmer weather arrives the French doors can be opened to reveal an ideal alfresco friendly patio. Infused with light, windows on three walls and a stone flagged floor for practicality, a fixed oak dining table accommodates four to five people. This room is here to enjoy and entertain. At the foot of the staircase there is a three piece shower room with a concealed laundry function with plumbing for washing machine and space for a dryer. Fully tiled, the suite consists of a curved glass Daryl shower cubicle with a Hansgrohe thermostatic shower and a Laufen vanity washbasin and wc. Towels warming on two chromed ladder radiators.

On a closed section of the landing you will notice an ingenious open storage fixed unit, the loft access hatch above. The indulgent master bedroom has a part vaulted ceiling and dual aspect windows with a luxurious en-suite dressing room featuring floor to ceiling storage with mirrored doors; walls and floor in Travertine. There is a walk-in shower area defined by a bespoke glass screen that stretches up to the vaulted ceiling. A Hansgrohe thermostatic shower and Laufen concealed cistern wc. The circular Travertine washbasin with monobloc mixer tap and a chromed towel radiator. French windows open to a Juliet balcony from where you can see and hear the delightful brook. There are two further generous double bedrooms, both with floor to ceiling storage and a single bedroom also with fitted furniture. Period opulence is on display in the charming house bathroom which comprises a glazed shower cubicle and Hansgrohe shower, a low suite wc and an under-counter twin basin free standing vanity. Pride of place is given to a wide and deep partners bath with monobloc mixer tap and a hand-held shower wand. What better way to relax and unwind after a demanding day. The boiler is located inside a shelved airing cupboard.

Outside - To the front there is a cobbled forecourt with bollards and stone planters, an off-road car parking space to the side. The delightful rear patio basks in the warmth on a sunny summers day and facing west it remains there a long time. Resplendent with Indian stone flagging, it is contained behind stone walls with iron railings on the brook side; steps leading down to the water. For enhanced effect with the onset of evening there is concealed lighting.

We cannot recommend this property too highly. Viewing is a must to fully appreciate.

Viewing - Strictly by appointment with the Agents.


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