• Bent Lane, Colne, Colne

    Bent Lane, Colne, Colne

    £795,000

    Whalley
    Branch

  • Off Sawley Road, Grindleton, Clitheroe
    Price Reduced

    Off Sawley Road, Grindleton, Clitheroe

    £795,000

    Whalley
    Branch

  • Whins Lane, Read, Burnley

    Whins Lane, Read, Burnley

    £795,000

    Whalley
    Branch

  • Clitheroe Road, Dutton, Ribchester

    Clitheroe Road, Dutton, Ribchester

    £795,000

    Whalley
    Branch

  • Whalley Banks, Clitheroe, Whalley

    Whalley Banks, Clitheroe, Whalley

    A detached period house and barn conversion of immense character, converted and extended by the current owners, and occupying a delightful countryside location nestling on the slopes of Whalley Nab with stunning views over agricultural land towards Pendle Hill and the Read Valley.

    Whalley Banks is a small hamlet of mainly large individually sized residences, lying in this favoured location amidst open countryside yet conveniently positioned for ease of access to Whalley and the nearby market town of Clitheroe and most major East Lancashire towns.

    £795,000

    Whalley
    Branch

  • Wheatley Lane Road, Nelson, Barrowford

    Wheatley Lane Road, Nelson, Barrowford

    £775,000

    Whalley
    Branch

  • Shire Lane, Hurst Green, Clitheroe

    Shire Lane, Hurst Green, Clitheroe

    £760,000

    Whalley
    Branch

  • Mellor, Blackburn

    Mellor, Blackburn

    £750,000

    Whalley
    Branch

  • Mitton Road, Whalley

    Mitton Road, Whalley

    £725,000

    Whalley
    Branch

  • Noggarth Road, Fence, Fence

    Noggarth Road, Fence, Fence

    £699,950

    Whalley
    Branch

  • Burnley Road, Altham, Accrington
    Price Reduced

    Burnley Road, Altham, Accrington

    SUBSTANTIALLY REDUCED
    An exceptional detached Grade II listed period country house lying in approximately 1.6 acres or thereabouts of formal gardens with substantial internal accommodation and granny flat.

    Rural in nature with views to the front the property lies in an extremely convenient location with good routes to adjoining towns and villages and some very pleasant country walks through rolling countryside. Having been considerably improved by the current owners over the last 7 years the immensely characterful internal accommodation offers flexible living, luxury appointments and a wealth of character features being typical of a residence of the late Regency/early Victorian period.

    Historical Note
    The property, constructed circa 1830 was built by Hannibal Leigh Becker, a local chemical manufacturer, and was the early home of Lydia Becker, a pioneer of Womens Suffrage Movement, botanist and painter.

    £695,000

    Whalley
    Branch

  • Crow Trees Brow, Clitheroe, Chatburn
    NO CHAIN

    Crow Trees Brow, Clitheroe, Chatburn

    £695,000

    Whalley
    Branch