Bacup is a small town, located close the the West Yorkshire border, with a population of just over 13,000 people.
Bacup is well known for its historic charm and character, and its town centre is designated as a protected area, due to its special architectural qualities. The English Heritage have also proclaimed Bacup as the best preserved cotton town.
The Bacup Natural History Museum was founded in 1878, is a favourite with the locals, and is still running as a local hub and exhibition centre.
There are also several pubs and eateries to be found in the area, most notably, Mario’s Restaurant, which has been serving genuine Italian food for over 36 years. Contact us at Coppenwall to start your journey.
Property in Bacup
Terraced properties were the most popular purchase in Bacup last year, selling for an average price of £76,925. Detached properties sold for an average of £206,862, with semi-detached properties receiving £127,396. There's plenty of property options to suit your budget.
Bacup had an overall average price of £124,652 which was cheaper than Rawtenstall (£184,266). Sold prices in this area, stayed roughly the same, although it does show an increase of 4% since 2007.
There's lots of great history in Bacup and lot's of movement in the property market here.
Bacup property valuation