Cromwells View The Croft, Colne

Asking Price of £367,500
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4 BedroomsDetached House
  • Stone Detached House
  • Spacious Accommodation
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Smart Kitchen
  • Separate Breakfast Area
  • Four Good Bedrooms
  • En Suite & House Bathrooms
  • EPC Rating C
  • Great Views to lake Burwain
  • Single Garage & In-Out Driveway

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AN IMPOSING AND CUSTOM-DESIGNED FOUR BEDROOMED STONE DETACHED HOUSE, CONSTRUCTED BY REPUTED LOCAL COMPANY CAWDER CONSTRUCTION FOR A DIRECTOR'S OWN OCCUPATION IN 1999 AND OCCUPYING A SPLENDID POSITION LOOKING ACROSS TO LAKE BURWAIN. Situated within a small and select cul-de-sac of impressive looking and historic properties between Foulridge and Colne, close to the reservoir but handy for local shops and amenities, Cromwells View has an excellent position with fine views out towards Lake Burwain. With no forward chain, the property offers spacious accommodation with secluded and sunny rear gardens.

  • Stone Detached House
  • Spacious Accommodation
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Smart Kitchen
  • Separate Breakfast Area
  • Four Good Bedrooms
  • En Suite & House Bathrooms
  • EPC Rating C
  • Great Views to lake Burwain
  • Single Garage & In-Out Driveway

Colne occupies a strategic location close to the southern entrance of the Aire Gap, which offers the lowest crossing of the Pennine watershed. The M65 terminates just west of the town and from here two main roads take traffic onwards towards the Yorkshire towns of Skipton (A56, 11 miles) and Keighley (A6068). Colne railway station represents the current terminus of the East Lancashire railway line, which until 1970 extended northwards towards Skipton. Colne is surrounded by beautiful villages and open countryside, which have helped to fuel a recent growth in tourism. The hamlet of Wycoller with its historic pack horse bridge and clam bridge, said to date back to the Iron Age, lies to the south-east in Brontë Country. The ruin of Wycoller Hall is thought to be the inspiration for Ferndean Manor in Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre.  

Legend has it that when Cromwell and his platoon were chasing Charles The 1st, he hid in nearby Bracewell Church whilst looking for a safe place where his troops to set up camp. Looking out from the now site of Langroyd Road, across what was then an unbroken terrain, he is reputed to have said "this looks a foul ridge on which to make stand", hence Foulridge and the naming of Cromwells View. 

For anyone seeking a good-sized family home in an attractive location, Cromwells View could be ideal. The property has been built with character and has exposed ceiling beams and also benefits from GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING and DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOWS and is described in brief below using approximate room sizes:- 

GROUND FLOOR  

ENTRANCE PORCH Ceiling coving. Radiator. 

RECEPTION HALL Open return staircase to first floor with storage cupboard beneath and arched rustic brick window on the half landing. Laminate flooring. Ceiling coving. Radiator. 

SITTING ROOM/DINING AREA 26' 7" x 14' 3" (8.1m x 4.34m) A lovely full-width room with windows to the front and side, as well as garden doors. Gas-effect stove fire in impressive stone and rustic brick surround with oak lintel. Exposed beams. Ceiling coving. Fitted cupboards. Two radiators. 

LIVING ROOM/SNUG 13' 7" x 12' 1" (4.14m x 3.68m) Gas 'Living Flame' fire in Adam-style surround with tiled inset and hearth. Fitted cupboards on either side of the chimney breast. Recessed spotlighting. Exposed beams. Dado shelving and ceiling coving with ornate centre rose. Small-paned double doors from the Reception Hall. 

CONSERVATORY 9' 8" x 9' 2" (2.95m x 2.79m) Garden doors to rear. 

KITCHEN 12' 6" x 12' 0" (3.81m x 3.66m) Fitted with modern Shaker-style cream coloured wall/base units with wooden knob handles incorporating wine rack and vegetable baskets, and cream coloured worktops with 1½ bowl composite sink unit. New World 8-ring range-style cooker with three ovens and plate warmer in rustic brick arched surround. Sealed and varnished stone-flagged flooring. Kick heater. Dado panelling. The kitchen is open with timber uprights and two steps up to:- 

BREAKFAST ROOM 11' 11" x 7' 8" (3.63m x 2.34m) Exposed beams. Garden door to rear patio. Radiator. 

CLOAKROOM Two piece suite comprising low suite w.c. and wall-mounted hand basin. Half-tiled walls and ceramic tiled floor. Extractor fan. 

UTILITY AREA Plumbing for automatic washing machine. Fitted cupboards. Door to garage. 

FIRST FLOOR  

LANDING Open spindle balustrade. Exposed beams. Radiator. 

MASTER BEDROOM SUITE  

BEDROOM 14' 4" x 12' 6" (4.37m x 3.81m) Range of cream coloured fitted wardrobes with sliding doors. Windows to two sides with great views to the lake. Exposed beam. Radiator. 

ENTRANCE/DRESSING AREA Fitted mirror-fronted wardrobes. 

EN SUITE BATHROOM 3 piece white suite comprising bath with hand-held shower; low suite w.c.; large hand basin in vanity unit. Heated towel rail. half tiled walls. Recessed spotlighting. Mirror with twin globe lighting. Extractor fan. 

BEDROOM 2 14' 3" x 13' 6" (4.34m x 4.11m) Windows to two sides with lovely views over the lake and gardens. Fitted mirror-fronted wardrobes with sliding doors. Radiator. 

BEDROOM 3, 12' 1" x 12' 1" (3.68m x 3.68m) Fitted wardrobes. Exposed beam. Radiator. 

BEDROOM 4, 12' 0" x 6' 1" (3.66m x 1.85m) Exposed beam. Radiator. 

HOUSE BATHROOM 4 piece white suite comprising bath; separate shower cubicle; low suite w.c.; chrome circular hand basin with chrome/glass shelving/mirror unit and downlighting. Exposed beams. 

OUTSIDE Cromwells View has a semi-circular 'in-out' driveway which also gives access to the SINGLE GARAGE measuring 18'0" x 9'6" (minimum) with double timber doors, electric/water supplies and Main gas-fired boiler with hot water cylinder. The gardens to the rear are enclosed and secluded by stone wall and interwoven fencing boundaries, with level lawn, paved patio and stone setts. There is gated access to the sides and front of the house with mature conifers and beech hedging. The front gardens are mainly open, with sweeping lawn and shrubbery beds, and a lovely aspect and far reaching views out to the lake. 

THE CROFT The Croft was built to adoptable standards but is a private road serving 13 properties. 

PLEASE NOTE The extent of the property and its boundaries are subject to verification by inspection of the title deeds. 

GENERAL The measurements in these particulars are approximate and have been provided for guidance purposes only. The fixtures, fittings and appliances have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. The internal photographs used in these particulars are reproduced for general information and it cannot be inferred that any item is included in the sale. 

COUNCIL TAX This property is in Council Tax Band F. For further details please visit the Pendle Borough Council website. 

VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS We would be pleased to arrange a viewing for you. Please contact Dale Eddison's Skipton office. Our opening hours are:-
Monday to Friday: 9.00am - 5.30pm
Saturday: 9.00am - 4.00pm
Sunday: 11.00am - 3.00pm  

DIRECTIONS From Skipton proceed on the A56 through Earby, Kelbrook and Foulridge. Just through Foulridge, bear to the right onto Langroyd Road and Cromwells View is the first house on the left hand side, identified by our For Sale board.