Rawtenstall is centrally located in the Rossendale Valley, with a population of over 22,000.
Rawtenstall is more famously known for its dry ski-slope and the East Lancashire Railway. It is also home to the Britain’s last herbal and temperance bar, Fitzpatrick’s, which can be found on Bank Street.
There are many fabulous restaurants in this metropolitan area, such as: Mexx, The Firepit, A’vucciria, Nino’s and many more. The local pubs and bars also showcase local music acts, so there is never a shortage of things to do in Rawtenstall.
There are also excellent commuter links via bus, train or car to: Manchester, Bury, Accrington, Ramsbottom, Leeds and Preston. Contact us at Coppenwall to start your journey.
Property in Rawtenstall
Terraced properties were the most popular purchased property in Rawtenstall last year. These sold for an average of £116,994. In comparison, semi-detached properties sold at an average of £185,856, and detached properties brought in £319,179.
With an overall average price of £184,266 was more expensive than the nearby Haslingden (£140,510).
During the last year, we have seen growth in sales prices, up 4% up on the 2017 and 7% up on 2015 when the average house price in Rawtenstall was £172,270.
With so much on offer in Rawtenstall, now is the perfect time to sell your property with Coppenwall.
Rawtenstall property valuation