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A magnificent Grade II listed, iconic Georgian mansion near the heart of Whalley also including a substantial retail unit at the rear, currently housing the famous "Whalley Warm and Dry" outdoor clothing shop (which we should add, is moving to new premises in the village).
£1,200,000 Guide Price
FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION Thursday the 13th February at 16:00 at Silverwoods Sale Room, Clitheroe Auction mart, Lincoln Way, Clitheroe, BB7 1QD.
A rare opportunity to acquire a large stone built residential property, 14 acres of land, ten stables, floodlit manege & tack room all of which are in a stunning location overlooking the Ribble Valley with views as far as the Fylde coast, Pen-y-Ghent and Pendle Hill.
£750,000 Guide Price
Built in the 1940's on one of the most desirable sites in Read, this is a caricature of the term faded elegance - The house and grounds are obviously ready for an overhaul but what a fantastic project to take on - and not as daunting as first meets the eye.
£725,000 Offers Over
Situated in one of the Ribble Valleys most sought after villages, this property has been finished off to an exacting standard in every single aspect with bespoke and luxurious fixtures and fittings throughout.
A very spacious 4/5 bedroomed barn conversion in a truly fantastic location with panoramic countryside views towards Pendle Hill. The property is situated in an elevated position of approximately two and half acres of good grazing land.
£600,000 Guide Price
5 bedroomed barn conversion with adjacent agricultural building and croft set on the lower slopes of Longridge Fell overlooking the whole valley - from Preston to the west round to the fells of Yorkshire to the East this is nothing short of spectacular.
Hare Hill Croft is a new development of ten high quality executive homes on the outskirts of Clitheroe in the Heart of the Ribble Valley. The executive homes have been designed to provide generous living spaces and fantastic views of Pendle Hill, each is modern in design with superb open plan living
Built around 1850 with the onset of the expanding Victorian railway network, this property has glorious potential to be developed into an amazing residence full of Victorian elegance and style.
This Grade II listed converted barn dates back to the 16th Century and includes an attached impressive Cruck-framed barn offering endless potential for a variety of uses to any potential purchaser.