Introducing this beautifully presented, three DOUBLE bedroomed, stone built, Victorian mid-terraced property. FULLY RENOVATED to an extremely high standard, whilst maintaining many of the original features and charm. Split over three floors, this terraced home combines both character and originality. A stunning family home conveniently situated a short walk away from Rawtenstall town centre where you will find a mixture of both independent and well known coffee shops, butchers, restaurants and convenience stores (to name but a few), and with great access to the motorways and excellent public transport links.
Located just above Bank Street, this property has excellent commuter connections to public transport, being within easy reach of the X43 Burnley‐Manchester bus route, and within easy access of major motorway connections. This property really does offer the opportunity to be nestled within the beautiful Lancashire countryside whilst still being close to a charming town centre and all of it's amenities.
Welcoming you into the property is a spacious vestibule tiled with the original, elegant Minton floor tiles. The tastefully decorated ground floor accommodation comprises of a spacious hallway and large front living room both beautifully presented with the original cornicing on both of these high ceilings. The living room has a well presented focal fireplace with multi-fuel log burner( less than a year old) and a large bay window. Continuing through the property, there is a very tasteful spacious kitchen / diner which has a real country feel to it. There is a Leisure Cook-master with a duel electric oven and seven rings, a Belfast sink, handmade bespoke Kitchen units and quality oak flooring. To the rear of the property there is also a spacious and very convenient utility room with lots of space for a washing machine and separate dryer, this room also has ample cupboard space.
The first floor comprises of a large Bathroom with bath, standalone sink, wc and separate shower. This room also has well-maintained stained wooden floors. Continuing along the corridor, there are TWO double Bedrooms with large windows and each of these Bedrooms displays the original feature fireplaces.
On the second floor there is a very spacious THIRD double Bedroom that boasts wooden beams in the ceiling and a Velux window that has spectacular views of the town and surrounding countryside.
To the front of the property is a small paved yard with sunny aspect and to the rear of the building is a small paved, private space and bijou seating area with a small outdoor building with storage.
This is one of those properties that must not be missed. Viewing highly recommended!!