Plot 18- The Ashdown
Boulsworth View, Windermere Ave, Colne, Colne, Lancashire, BB8 7DW
Plot 18- The Ashdown
The Ashdown is a 3 bedroom home, the ground floor features an open plan kitchen/dining area, a separate lounge, utility and WC. Whilst upstairs features 3 bedrooms a family bathroom and en-suite to the master.
Ideal for first time buyers, young professionals and growing families, Boulsworth View offers a range of superb 3 and 4 bedroom homes providing something for all lifestyles, whatever your needs
The town of Colne is a quirky mix of traditional and trendy with mill outlets and an old school market alongside vintage and designer shops. Add to this the impressive Boundary Mill Stores, one of the North’s biggest stores of its type and you are in shopping heaven. Colne also offers access to some breath-taking countryside. Nearby is beautiful Wycoller country park. Charlotte Brontë is thought to have frequently visited Wycoller village in her many walks around the area. The Hall, now a ghostly ruin, is believed by some to be 'Ferndean Manor' in her novel 'Jane Eyre' and was used to illustrate the 1898 edition. In the centre of Colne there is a memorial to Wallace Henry Hartley a famous son of the town. Hartley was violinist and bandleader on the RMS Titanic on its maiden voyage. He became famous for leading the eightmember band as the ship sank on 15 April 1912
There are excellent primary and secondary schools, as well as Burnley College just 6 miles away, and Nelson and Colne college more locally, offering a wide range of A level and further education courses. The town boasts many great places for culture and food. The Venue is one favourite with its live music scene. This great foodie element to the town has led to the setting up of an annual Colne Food Festival which showcases local venues and produce. The Colne Blues festival is another hugely popular annual event bringing people to the town from all over the country. Last year it celebrated its 30th anniversary. Also keeping you entertained in the town are its three amazing theatres Colne Muni, The Little Theatre, and Pendle Hippodrome. There are many sport & leisure centres and golf courses within easy reach offering a huge variety of sports to suit all tastes. The town has a vibrant cycling club welcoming to all ages and surrounded as it is by wonderful countryside it is a great starting point for Pendle Cycling routes and Pendle Walking routes.
Colne is situated at the end of the M65, six miles northeast of Burnley, 25 miles east of Preston, 25 miles north of Manchester and 30 miles west of Leeds. The M65 offers fast, direct connection to Manchester via the M66. It runs directly to Preston where the M6 will carry you on to the coastal resorts and the Lake District. It connects to the M62 or A646 to Leeds. Colne railway station is situated close to Pendle Hill a local landmark. Trains run to Preston via Burnley Central serving all local stations and surrounding districts.
Help to Buy
You could receive a Government equity loan of up to 20% towards the cost of buying your new home. This is available on selected new build developments. There is nothing to pay on the equity loan for the first five years.