The Rose n Bowl make its home in Stacksteads. Alongside making a tremendous carvery, they also host the World Gravy Wrestling Championships every August bank holiday Monday. You haven’t seen Rossendale, if you haven’t seen people wrestle in gravy.
Stacksteads is also known for the famous Kimberley Club formed in 1897 as a drinking club for quarry workers. Lit and warmed by gas (no electricity), it is still going strong and sells real ale direct from the barrel.
Stepping away from the pubs, Stacksteads receives lots of tourists through its famous Adrenaline Gateway. Lee and Cragg Quarries. These quarries have been transformed into a huge playground for mountain bikers looking to hone their skills, and they regularly hold serious sporting competitions.
There are great features to Stacksteads, and the property market. Contact us at Coppenwall to start your selling with us.
Properties in Stacksteads had an overall average price of £136,603 over the last year.
The majority of sales in Stacksteads during the last year were terraced properties, selling for an average price of £111,237. Semi-detached properties sold for an average of £195,500, with detached properties fetching £264,780.
Overall, sold prices in Stacksteads over the last year were 5% up on the previous year and 10% up on the 2020 peak of £124,325.
If you have any questions or want some advice around selling a property in Stacksteads 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.
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