2 bedroom house for sale

Off Market - Clitheroe Lancashire N/A

Details

  • Beds: 2
  • Baths: 1
  • Price: £245,000 /Sale price

Overview

This fabulous two/three bedroom semi-detached house features a full width extension and enjoys gorgeous elevated views across the River Ribble. This exceptional home will fulfil many buyer requirements. (961 sq ft/89.3 sq m approx. EPC: D).Riverside aspects don't come much better.Directions - When travelling from our office proceed to the end of York Street and turn left at the roundabout into Well Terrace. Proceed over the next roundabout into Waddington Road, bear left before the railway bridge into Railway View Road. Continue over the mini roundabout, passing Booths Supermarket, turning right at next mini roundabout, over the railway bridge and into Bawdlands. Continue into Edisford Road taking the next turning on the right hand side into St Paul's Street, between the Church and the Spar. Continue to the end and as the road bears right, turn left into this section of Riverside.Services - Mains supplies of gas, water, electricity and drainage. Gas central heating to panelled radiators from a Potterton combination boiler. Council tax is payable to RVBC band B. We are advised the tenure is Leasehold - £25.00 per annum to RVBC.Additional Features - The property has PVCu double glazed windows and external doors.Location - A highly popular residential location on the south western fringe of Clitheroe.Accommodation - Beautifully positioned on the elevated bank of the River Ribble with a simply gorgeous south westerly aspect across rolling farmland featuring neatly trimmed hedges and an abundance of mature trees. Sheep and horses graze the lush green pastures and the arches of Edisford Bridge can be seen spanning the river. The one significant advantage of this deceptively spacious home can be identified as the full width single storey extension which has almost doubled the ground floor living area and in turn has made this such a desirable property offering much much more than most others.A very smart, recently installed front door opens to a hall with a useful built-in cupboard, the staircase rising to the first floor. The elegant lounge has an attractive fire surround with a balanced flue coal effect living flame gas fire and opens to the stunning open plan dining/day room. With two casement windows and a French door, light floods in creating a welcome brightness and the views are delightful. The kitchen is in a Shaker style with granite effect counters and tiled splashbacks. A composite sink unit with mixer tap, built-in electric oven and grill and a five-ring gas hob beneath a glass and stainless steel extractor. There is an integrated fridge freezer and spaces for a washing machine and slimline dishwasher. The soft close cabinets include a corner carousel, deep pan drawers and concealed worktop lighting. The floor is tiled for practicality and there is plenty of space for a small table and chairs.When built, this property was laid out as a three bedroom family home consisting of a double bedroom and two single bedrooms. It has, however, been tweaked to create two generously proportioned doubles, both with river views. The first bedroom has two windows and plenty of space for your furniture; the second bedroom has full width wardrobes along one wall and two windows. The three-piece bathroom features a shower cubicle with a thermostatic shower, pedestal washbasin and low suite wc. The walls and floor are smartly tiled and the panelled ceiling has halogen down-lighters. For your added convenience a chromed towel radiator is located adjacent to the bath.Outside - Within the front garden there are two car parking spaces, side by side, with a shallow series of steps to the front door. The path runs down the side of the property to the rear garden. Basking in warmth on a sunny day, the charming rear garden is full of interest, being designed with ease of maintenance in mind having a rear deck with planted borders and a limestone wall with distinctive iron gate. The benefits of its borrowed aspect are immediately appreciated. A favourite place to experience the sun setting in the west.Unlike so many apparently similar properties, this excellent home has to be seen to be fully appreciated.Viewing - Strictly by appointment with Anderton Bosonnet - a member of The Guild of Property Professionals. For more details and to contact: https://realtyww.info/houses_low-moor-d583270/for-sale_i66901290