Britannia is a small hamlet, in the town of Bacup, Rossendale.
Britannia is most famous for it’s Coco-nut Dancers. They are a troupe of well-loved clog dancers, who perform every Easter in Bacup, dancing the 7 miles across town to the Glen, and stopping in at every pub on the way. The Coco-nutter’s dance was formed in Tunstead Mill in 1857.
Britannia has a popular biking & walking trail starting from Lee / Cragg Quarry and leading to Cowm Quarry, at a distance of roughly 6km.
Britannia also benefits from commuter and transport links leading into the main cities such as Rochdale, Oldham & Bury.
There are so many great features to this wonderful valley, and the property market reflects this. Get in touch with Coppenwall to start your journey.
Properties in Britannia had an overall average price of £194,093 over the last year.
The majority of sales in Britannia during the last year were terraced properties, selling for an average price of £148,875. Detached properties sold for an average of £432,500, with semi-detached properties fetching £227,000.
Overall, sold prices in Britannia over the last year were 4% up on the previous year and 6% up on the 2014 peak of £183,923.
With so much on offer, 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 Britannia then get in touch with Coppenwall today.
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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