Baxenden is a small village, sited in a wedge-shaped valley between Great Hameldon and Oswaldtwistle Moor, and has over 4,000 inhabitants.
It is probably best known as the origin of Holland's Pies. Holland's have been making proper pies and puddings in Lancashire for over 160 years, using only the finest British sourced ingredients. Lancashire's secret for many years is now available nationwide.
It is also home to the Haworth Art Gallery, home of the largest collection in Europe of Tiffany glass from the studio of Louis Comfort Tiffany
Like all villages, Baxenden has the usual amenities, such as a post office, dentist, takeaway, newsagents, butchers, bakers, pharmacy, hairdressers, numerous pubs, including the Dog & Partridge, Alma, Bay Horse, Victoria, Village Club, etc., so lots to keep you entertained. Contact us at Coppenwall to start your journey.
Baxenden, with an overall average price of £166,962 was more expensive than nearby Accrington (£105,035), and Haslingden (£138,452).
In the past year, house prices in Baxenden were 11% up on the year before and similar to 2008 when they averaged at £165,977.
With such an increase in house selling prices, now is the perfect time to sell your property with Coppenwall.
If you have any questions or want some advice around selling a property in Baxenden then get in touch with Coppenwall estate agents.
We, the founders of Coppenwall have lived locally in Rossendale for most of our lives. As estate agents we know this valley really well.
If you are moving to Rossendale or want to know more about the area then check out our blog post.Rossendale valley life
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