These stunning energy efficient homes are constructed to the highest specifications and provide quality, contemporary living.
Each one of these stylish homes has a landscaped garden to the rear and off-road parking to the front.
With modern lifestyles at their heart, these impressive homes boast a spacious lounge to the front of the property and a stylish open plan fitted kitchen and dining room with French doors to the garden that flood the room with light. In addition, each property benefits from a useful downstairs W/C.
The first floor in each home has a contemporary three piece bathroom suite and well proportioned bedrooms.
All this is complemented by gas central heating, smoke detectors, stylish uPVC doors & windows and neutral decor throughout.
Situated in the ageless landscape of Ribble Valley, the historic market town of Clitheroe is only a few miles from the Forest of Bowland – one of the many areas in the Ribble Valley to be designated an ‘Area of Outstanding Beauty’.
Clitheroe offers the best of both worlds!
It is the perfect base for exploring Lancashire’s dramatic scenery – enjoy the panoramic views from Clitheroe Castle, or hike over the iconic Pendle Hill.
In addition to stunning vistas, Ribble Valley is full of vibrant market towns with a bustling high streets and side streets full of character. Clitheroe is no exception; it is a marvellous mix of historic buildings, entertainment, culture and modern indulgence!
It’s no wonder that it is recognised nationally as one of the best places to live in the UK.
There are a host of local amenities nearby. There are several colourful boutiques, independent shops, galleries, inviting cafés, a cinema, supermarkets, renowned butchers & wine merchants and much, much more.
While walking through the town, you are also bound to notice the Emporium; a lavishly converted old Methodist chapel comprising three expansive storeys for eating, drinking and shopping. Here, Parisian café culture meets relaxed wining and dining.
For a marvellous mix of live entertainment and culture, it’s worth paying a visit to The Grand. Since opening its doors in early 2008, the state-of-the-art venue has diversified its programme and gained its name as one of the North West’s best-loved cultural venues.
Waddow View benefits from excellent public transport links.
The location has frequent bus services to nearby towns, villages and surrounding areas including Barrow, Chatburn, Low Moor, Waddington and Preston.
Clitheroe train station also has regular departures to Manchester and Blackburn, making it easy to get anywhere in the UK.
The development has easy access to the A59, which connects to the M65, M61 and M6 ensuring these homes are ideal for commuters.
Plots 2 & 3 also have an over 55’s restriction on them. A qualifying person would need to meet both the local connection restriction and be aged 55 years or over. (The over 55’s restriction can be lifted after 8 weeks of marketing post handover. )