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3 bedroom house for sale

Pendle Street East, Sabden

£200,000

Property Description

Key features

  • AN EXCEPTIONALLY SPACIOUS PROPERTY
  • STONEBUILT & LATE VICTORIAN
  • FACING PENDLE HILL & BOWLING GREEN
  • 2 RECEPTIONS, KITCHEN DINER, UTILITY
  • 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHROOMS
  • NO UPWARD CHAIN

Full description

Enjoying an enviable position within the village, looking across the bowling green to the grassy slopes of Pendle Hill. This substantial stonebuilt end garden terrace comprises hall, sitting room, living room, kitchen diner, utility, cloakroom, three generous bedrooms, en-suite and house bathroom. (1,337 sq ft/124.2 sq m approx/EPC: E).

Perfect for a large family. CHAIN FREE.

Directions - Approaching Sabden from Pendle Hill, along Clitheroe Road, once the road has levelled out and you have reached the crossroads turn right into Whalley Road. Proceed along here for approximately quarter of a mile turning left into Watt Street. At the next crossroads turn left into Pendle Street East and Number 41 is the last terrace on the right hand side of the road.

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

Additional Features - There are two cast iron solid fuel stoves providing a secondary form of heating, PVCu double glazed windows, decorative ceiling cornices, covings and ceiling frieze, with halogen down-lighting in various rooms.

Location - Sabden is a very popular Pendleside village equidistant between Clitheroe and Whalley with two primary schools.

Accommodation - This substantial end of terrace property was built in 1893, towards the end of the Victorian era. Then it was named Mona Terrace, though it has enjoyed the beautifully rugged Pendle landscape for all of its one hundred and twenty-five years. A quality built home with dressed stone elevations under a blue slate roof and with a wide bay window; it is a particularly large property. Perfect for a larger family unit, we strongly urge an early viewing.

The front door opens to a vestibule with a feature stained glass panel to the internal door. Light shines downwards from two landing windows and there is a deep recess with a cupboard and shelving. The front sitting room has a bay window and looks across the manicured bowling green; a solid fuel stove to keep you snug and warm in the cooler months, fitted shelving to an alcove recess. The larger rear living room has a wide and tall fireplace, also with a solid fuel stove; a super family room. So too the kitchen diner, fitted out with a smart arrangement of fitted base and wall units having beech effect counters, tiled splashbacks and a stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. The appliances consist of a Creda electric oven and grill, five-ring gas hob beneath an extractor, free standing fridge, freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. There is a large cloaks cupboard which also houses the central heating boiler, a utility room and a two piece cloakroom.

One of the defining features of this great home is the double landing with twin balustrades and windows on both side and rear elevations; great views enjoyed from both. The Pendle facing master bedroom has built-in furniture and a cast iron fireplace (now cosmetic focal point). Unusually for most properties of this age, it has a three piece en-suite shower room consisting of a thermostatic multi-jet shower in a cubicle, pedestal washbasin and low suite wc. Towels warm on a chromed ladder radiator. Bedroom 2 is another large double with alcove wardrobes and a view to White Hill. The third bedroom is a generous single. The house bathroom consists of a bath with hand-held shower/mixer tap, low suite wc, pedestal washbasin and a chromed ladder radiator.

Outside - To the front a low stone walled garden with soil planting bed and wrought iron railings and gate. To the rear a south facing walled yard to sit out and enjoy the summer warmth. It has Indian stone flagging and a random stone perimeter wall.

Viewing is strongly recommended.

Viewing - Strictly by appointment with the Agents.


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16 March 2018

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