Henthorn Road

Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 3BY

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6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms
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Ribble Valley

01200 411 155


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** Period Property - Contemporary Style in a wonderful Ribble Valley location** Fabulous Victorian residence in contemporary style set in 1.75 acre gardens! This fantastic six bedroomed detached residence is almost unique in being of Victorian origin with beautifully proportioned rooms over 10’ in height and yet is completely contemporary in style with top quality bathrooms and a stylish dining kitchen with integrated Neff appliances.

Wi-Fi heating controls are installed. Porcelanosa sanitary ware graces all the bathrooms and bespoke cabinetry by Lancaster and Tomlinson includes seating, wardrobes and boot room furniture. Cast aluminium guttering, electric security gates, CCTV and electric garage doors only enhances the Victorian elegance. Extended to include two further first floor bedrooms, a first floor laundry and a large double garage with a family entrance hall and cloakroom with WC. With a wide veranda to the rear and a deep terrace, outside entertaining includes lovely garden views. An insulated and heated garden room stands separately and is perfect as a home office, gym or relax on the deep resin deck.

The main entrance porch opens into an impressive reception hall with the original pitch pine staircase matched with glass panelling and a settle unit with cupboards by Lancaster and Tomlinson. A stunning living room lies off the hall to the left, with a dual aspect and bay window, this elegant room has a stone and marble fireplace with a modern wood burning stove.

The kitchen opens into the full depth dining sitting room and is fitted with contemporary gloss finish base and wall cupboards extending into a breakfast bar with quartz surfaces and engineered oak flooring. The appliances are integrated and include a huge larder fridge, a freezer, twin Neff ovens, a combi microwave grill and an induction hob. The dual aspect living dining room opens off the kitchen area and again has engineered oak flooring, extends to the full depth of the house and has a wall hung media unit, a Stovax wood burning stove, double French doors to the front and triple panel sliding doors to the rear terrace.

The cellars have a staircase from the hall and include two good sized chambers, are 6’5” in height, have a dog washing sink and plenty of space for a well-stocked wine cellar.

The family entrance hall adjoins the double garage with its sectional electric roller doors and has a bespoke settle with cloaks and boot cupboards and leads through to a cloakroom with WC.

The pitch pine staircase leads up from the hall to a large landing off which there is a principal bedroom with a dual aspect and an ensuite shower room with wall hung suite, three further double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and furniture, a house shower room and a house bathroom with a double ended contemporary bath, separate shower and wall hung suite.

The rear landing has bespoke fitted cupboards for seasonal wardrobes and a first floor laundry room with plumbing for a washer and dryer with fitted cupboards. There are two further bedrooms, one of which was used as a playroom and has a dual aspect.

The garden extends to about 1.75 acres and includes a gated driveway with stone gate posts, a large turning/parking area to the front and side, rolling lawns, mature specimen trees and shrubbery borders giving a good degree of privacy.

The garden garage lies alongside the main garage and has a roller door to the front and a personal side door. A screened garden storage area lies to the corner of the garden for LPG tank, composting bins and garden equipment.

The property lies on the fringe of the town and countryside, close by the River Ribble and about 1.5 miles from the centre of this well heeled and historic small market town. Set in the Ribble Valley between the Forest of Bowland and Pendle Hill the town is well placed for access to the commercial centres of the North West and the National Parks of the Yorkshire Dales and The Lake District. The town has great sports and leisure facilities, a small Norman castle and in addition to the market, a good array of independent specialist shops and services. There are some fantastic restaurants and gastro pubs within the area, good schools in the private and state sectors and Stonyhurst, Oakhill College and Moorlands school are all close by.

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