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3 Bedroom Terraced House, Schofield Rd, Rawtenstall, Rossendale

£165,000 Asking Price
Listed:07/06/2024
3 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
2 Receptions
Schofield Rd, Rawtenstall, Rossendale
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Property Features

  • 3 BED STONE BUILT TERRACED HOME 
  • EXCELLENT LOCATION RAWTENSTALL CENTRE 
  • CLOSE TO EXCELLENT LOCAL AMENITIES 
  • LOCAL SCHOOLS NEARBY 
  • M65 / M66 MOTORWAYS ONLY A SHORT DRIVE AWAY 
  • COUNCIL TAX BAND A 
  • COUNTRYSIDE WALKS ON YOUR DOORSTEP 
  • CELLAR STORAGE 
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN 

Description

Charming 3-Bedroom Terrace House in the Heart of Rawtenstall - Welcome to Schofield Road, a delightful 3-bedroom terrace home nestled in the vibrant town of Rawtenstall, Rossendale. This inviting property boasts a blend of traditional charm and modern comfort, offering an ideal setting for families or individuals seeking a serene yet conveniently located residence. - NO ONWARD CHAIN

Key Features:
Spacious Bedrooms: This lovely home features three well-proportioned bedrooms, each providing a cozy retreat. Natural light floods through the windows, creating a bright and airy atmosphere.

Two Reception Rooms: With two generously sized reception rooms, the property offers ample space for both formal entertaining and casual family gatherings. The versatile layout allows for a variety of living arrangements to suit your lifestyle needs.

Modern Bathroom: The property includes a contemporary family bathroom, with a matching suite in white.

Rear Yard: Step outside to a private rear yard, perfect for outdoor dining, gardening, or simply enjoying a peaceful morning coffee. The low-maintenance space is ideal for those who appreciate a bit of outdoor leisure without the hassle of extensive upkeep.

On-Street Parking: Convenience is key with on-street parking available right outside your front door.

Prime Location: Situated in the sought-after area of Rawtenstall, this home offers easy access to a host of local amenities including shops, schools, and parks. The town centre is just a short stroll away, providing a wealth of dining, entertainment, and shopping options.

Transport Links: Excellent transport links ensure that commuting is a breeze, with nearby bus routes and easy access to major road networks leading to Manchester and beyond.

Schofield Road presents an excellent opportunity to acquire a delightful family home in a thriving community. Whether you are a first-time buyer, a growing family, or looking to downsize, this property offers comfort, convenience, and a wonderful place to call home.

Ground Floor:
Access to storage cellar which is ideal for storage.

Reception Room 1 (Living Room): 3.82m x 3.08m
Spacious front room for family activities.

Reception Room 2 (Dining Room): 4.04m x 3.82m
Central room, ideal for dining or additional living space.

Kitchen: 3.82m x 1.55m
Functional kitchen with rear yard access.

Rear Yard: Private outdoor space.

First Floor:
Bedroom 1 (Master Bedroom): 4.29m x 3.09m
Good-sized double room with views overlooking the front of the property.

Bedroom 2: 4.33m x 3.31m
Double bedroom with views to the rear of the property.

Bathroom: 3.23m x 1.38m
Modern 3 piece bathroom suite with heated towel rail.

ATTIC ROOM
Bedroom 3: 3.72m x 2.72m
Double room, with dormer window & eaves storage.

Storage Room: 3.74 x 1.8m

COUNCIL TAX
We can confirm the property is council tax band A - payable to Rossendale Borough Council.

TENURE
We can confirm the property is Leasehold. £1.80 per annum.

THE AREA
Rawtenstall, a vibrant town located in the Rossendale Valley of Lancashire, England, is known for its rich industrial heritage and thriving community spirit. The town is strategically positioned within easy reach of larger cities like Manchester, making it an attractive location for commuters and businesses alike. Rawtenstall’s picturesque setting, surrounded by rolling hills and lush greenery, offers a unique blend of urban convenience and rural tranquillity.

Historically, Rawtenstall played a significant role in the Industrial Revolution, particularly within the textile industry. The town's growth was fuelled by the development of cotton mills, and it quickly became a hub for manufacturing and commerce. This industrial legacy is still evident today, with several historic buildings and mills preserved as reminders of the town's industrious past. The Whitaker Museum, housed in a Victorian mansion, provides a fascinating insight into Rawtenstall's history and cultural heritage, featuring exhibits on local industry, art, and natural history.

The town centre of Rawtenstall is a bustling area, characterized by a mix of traditional and modern retail outlets, cafés, and restaurants. The Market Hall, a key feature of the town, offers a variety of local produce and goods, contributing to the town’s vibrant local economy. Rawtenstall also boasts several recreational facilities, including parks, sports centres, and the scenic East Lancashire Railway, which attracts tourists with its heritage steam trains and picturesque routes through the Rossendale Valley.

Community life in Rawtenstall is dynamic and inclusive, with numerous events and festivals held throughout the year that bring residents together. The town’s strong sense of community is further supported by various local organizations and clubs that cater to diverse interests and age groups. Educational institutions in Rawtenstall, ranging from primary schools to colleges, are well-regarded, making the town an appealing place for families.

Overall, Rawtenstall is a town that seamlessly blends its rich historical roots with contemporary living. Its scenic beauty, coupled with a strong community ethos and a variety of amenities, makes Rawtenstall a desirable place to live, work, and visit. The town’s commitment to preserving its heritage while fostering growth and development ensures that it remains a vibrant and attractive destination in Lancashire.


PLEASE NOTE
All measurements are approximate to the nearest 0.1m and for guidance only and they should not be relied upon for the fitting of carpets or the placement of furniture. No checks have been made on any fixtures and fittings or services where connected (water, electricity, gas, drainage, heating appliances or any other electrical or mechanical equipment in this property).

TENURE

Leasehold £1.80 per anum.

COUNCIL TAX

Band: A

PLEASE NOTE

All measurements are approximate to the nearest 0.1m and for guidance only and they should not be relied upon for the fitting of carpets or the placement of furniture. No checks have been made on any fixtures and fittings or services where connected (water, electricity, gas, drainage, heating appliances or any other electrical or mechanical equipment in this property).



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