Anderton Bosonnet

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8 York Street
Clitheroe
Lancs
BB7 2DL

Mearley Syke, Clitheroe, Ribble Valley

£320,000 Under Offer Chain Free

4 Bedroom House - Detached

  • DETACHED HOUSE ON A SMALL CUL-DE-SAC
  • BUILT 1994/5
  • 4 BEDROOMS
  • LOUNGE & DINING ROOM
  • KITCHEN, UTILITY & EN-SUITE
  • MODERN PVCu DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOWS & DOORS
  • CAVITY WALL INSULATION
  • NO UPWARD CHAIN

Enjoying a favourable position on this established and popular development. A low traffic cul-de-sac with quick foot access to the town centre, it has the potential to appeal to many buyer types. Built 1994/95 it's notable improvements include PVCu double glazed windows and doors, a Vaillant central heating boiler and cavity wall insulation. Well presented, it comprises hall, two-piece cloakroom, lounge with patio doors, bay windowed dining room, oak kitchen, utility room, four good bedrooms, en-suite and house bathroom. Manageable gardens to front and rear with a drive and integral garage. (1,128 sq ft/104.8 sq m approx/EPC: C).

No upward chain. Awaiting probate.

Directions

From our office proceed to the end of York Street turning right at the roundabout into Waterloo Road. Continue past Tesco Supermarket turning left at the first roundabout into Shawbridge Street. Continue up Pendle Road to the next roundabout. Turn left here into the Highmoor Park development. Take the third turning on the left hand side adjacent to the open green and continue down the hill bearing left at the bottom and first left into the cul-de-sac on which Number 20 is located.

Services

Mains supplies of gas, electricity, water and drainage. Gas central heating from a Vaillant boiler located in the garage. There is a hot water cylinder with an electric immersion heater in the first floor landing airing cupboard. Council tax is payable to RVBC Band E. The tenure is Freehold.

Additional Features

The property has PVCu double glazed windows and external doors plus cavity wall insulation.

Location

A popular residential development located on the eastern side of town providing easy access to both the A59 and the town centre shops, schools and amenities.

Accommodation

From beneath a weather canopy, a smart composite door opens to the hall, widening beyond the staircase. To your left a two-piece cloakroom whilst to the right a dining room with a box bay window. The main reception room is a large lounge with a Valor living flame gas fire providing instant warmth when required. Its patio doors gives access to the garden and afford a view of the Fell road from Waddington to Newton. The square shaped kitchen is fitted out along three walls with oak doors to fixed cabinetry, laminate counters and splashback tiling. The sink unit looks across the garden and there is a Tricity Bendix electric cooker with double ovens and a halogen ceramic hob. The fridge is integrated and there is a freezer in the adjacent utility room, which also has plumbing for a washing machine and a stainless steel sink unit with a mixer tap. A door in the utility room gives external access to one of the two side passageways.

On the first floor landing there is a shelved airing cupboard and a loft access hatch. The master bedroom is generously sized with built-in wardrobes incorporating a mirrored dressing-table and pleasant views of Waddington Fell are visible. It has a three-piece en-suite comprising a tiled cubicle with a Mira electric shower, concealed cistern wc and a washbasin/vanity. There is also a fitted wall mirror and shaver light. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are both good doubles and bedroom 4 a single (currently used as a study). The house bathroom has a three-piece suite comprising a panelled bath, concealed cistern wc and a washbasin vanity. The walls are part tiled and there is a fitted wall mirror and shaver light.

Outside

To the front an open lawn with a rockery garden and tarmacadam drive leading to an integral single garage with an up-and-over door. The rear garden has a patio, level lawn with planting beds and a timber shed with electric power supply.

No upward chain. Viewing is strongly recommended.

Viewing

Strictly by appointment with Anderton Bosonnet - a member of The Guild of Property Professionals.

Energy Efficiency and Environmental Impact

Energy efficiency chart

Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.

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