Park Head, Whalley, Clitheroe, Lancashire


  • 3 Receptions
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms

- Grade II listed 2700 sq ft property, 0.35 acre plot, walled garden, fruit trees/shrubs- 4 bedrooms, potential for 5-6 or a Granny Annex- 6 acres of fenced land- Ideal equestrian property- 158 metres of river bank with fishing rights along Sabden Brook- Large detached garage/workshop/stables with electric sectional door (approx 650 sq ft)

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Detailed Information

Ground Floor


    a fabulous Gothic style front door brings you into the entrance porch then through pitch pine doors into the front hallway.


    5.5m x 4.7mA high beamed ceiling, a wonderful dressed stone fireplace and an oak panelled wall give this room all the style and elegance that you could ask for in a property of this period.

    Dining Room

    6.0m x 4.0mwith oak panelling all around to dado rail height, a huge original Inglenook open fireplace, oak corniced ceilings and open boarded floors, this really is a splendid room to dine in.

    Inner Hallway

    with integral storage cupboard and oak panelled walls lead you through to the more recently constructed part of the house.

    Kitchen/Living Room

    6.1m x 4.4ma comprehensively fitted kitchen area with integral appliances including a 6 ring gas range with electric oven, fridge, two bowl stainless steel sink, complementary splashback tiling all around. There is also a walk in pantry from the kitchen. The floors are tiled throughout and the living area enjoys warmth from the stand alone log burning stove. Double french doors exit onto the rear flagged patio area and lawned garden.

    The inner hallway proceeds through under a stone framed doorway, past a spacious cloakroom and a secondary porch and outside door into the:

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    Snooker Room/Bedroom 4

    6.8m x 5.1mA real “mans den” complete with full sized snooker table. This space would easily provide potential for conversion into three single bedrooms, two double bedrooms or a Granny Annex - adjacent to the snooker room is a

    Utility and Boot Room

    3.0m x 2.0mComplete with floor cupboard units and worktop, a two bowl sink, gas fired central heating boiler, tiled flooring. A stable door gives access to the rear garden from here.


    there is a separate wc with wash hand basin on the other side of the hallway next to the snooker room.

First Floor


    the central enclosed staircase leads up to the oak panelled landing with panelled doors to all rooms and a built in storage cupboard.

    Master Bedroom

    5.2m x 3.8menjoying fabulous views through stone mullioned windows, there are good quality fitted drawers, cupboards and wall to wall wardrobes in light oak style along the far wall. The


    comprises a traditional style white suite with mains shower over the bath.

    Bedroom 2

    3.3m x 4.7m (into “bay” window)with views across open countryside.

    Bedroom 3

    3.3m x 2.4magain with views across open countryside.


    spacious fully tiled bathroom with three piece suite in white, separate glass shower cubicle and antique style radiator and towel rail, Karndean flooring.

    An enclosed staircase leads up to the

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Second Floor

    Attic room

    which provides very useful storage space in between the roof timbers.


    The Gardens

    The property is situated in the far corner of this exclusive little hamlet and is approached off the adopted road by a gravelled driveway that provides very generous parking space for several cars. Lawned gardens (0.35 acres) encircle this side of the property with 6 acres of pasture and meadow being accessed along the rear and side boundaries. The large detached garage is approx. 650 sq ft and is suitable for multiple uses I. e workshop. There are six double power sockets, fluorescent lighting and an insulated electric sectional door. Storage area in the rafters.

    The Fields

    Not currently registered with the RPA, the land is well fenced as one large area with good mowable land fronting onto both Accrington Road to the North West and the main road to Read to the North East. Sabden Brook runs along the length of the South Eastern boundary and provides 157.94m (518.176ft) of typical small river trout fishing along its length.

Other Information


    DirectionsProceeding from our office up Accrington Road turn right at the traffic lights, continue to the next set of traffic lights and bear right. The property can be found on your first left.servicesmains electric, gas and water, drainage to septic tank. tenurewe understand from the owners to be Freeholdcouncil taxband Dviewingsstrictly by appointmentother informationPart double glazed, gas central heating hours53 King Street, Whalley, BB7 9SPMonday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pmSaturday 9.30am to 2.30pminternetdetails of this and other properties can be viewed on our website: www.athertons-uk.comsurveysathertons offer a full surveying service and are able to undertake surveys and valuations in accordance with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors guidelines. Please ring for a competitive quotation on: tel: 01254 828810mortgage consultantfor professional advice on mortgages call Phil Young at Athertons Mortgage Services at our Whalley offices. (Your home is at risk if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or any other loan secured on it).