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Front of Property
Hallway
Kitchen / Dining Room
Kitchen / Dining Room
Kitchen / Dining Room
Kitchen / Dining Room
Playroom / Snug
Playroom / Snug
Playroom / Snug
Hallway and Stairs
Landing
Lounge
Lounge
1st Floor Bathroom
Study / Bedroom 4
Study / Bedroom 4
Landing and Stairs to 2nd Floor
Bedroom 1
Bedroom 1
2nd Floor Shower Room
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 3 / Dressing Room
Bedroom 3 / Dressing Room
Rear of Property
Rear Lawn
Rear Patio
     
     
     
    Ward Way, Rossendale
    £330,000
    Town House
     4 2 2
    Where cosy comfort meets contemporary flair, discover the ultimate in modern family living at No. 19, Ward Way, in Rossendale.

    Pull off from the main road and along the private drive running through the residential estate, before arriving at No. 19, where there is off road parking for two vehicles along the driveway.

    Step inside
    Open the modern, composite grey front door and step into the entrance hall, where light streams in through a glazed panel, picking out the warm tones in the oak laminate flooring underfoot. Fresh, contemporary feel décor infuses the space with a homely warmth; a motif found throughout the rooms at No. 19, Ward Way. Based on the appearance of the old hospital, there is a chic blend of classic architectural style and contemporary comfort at No. 19, Ward Way.

    Ahead, the staircase leads up to the first floor landing, whilst beneath the stairs, on the left, there is a handy WC for guests.

    The Heart of the Home
    Making your way directly ahead, step through into the open plan dining kitchen, where light streams in through French doors and quartz worktops gleam beneath overhead spotlighting. Plenty of storage space can be found in the soft grey cabinetry comprising cupboards and drawers, whilst an array of appliances serve your culinary needs including a Bosch induction hob, an AEG oven, new boiler, washing machine, dishwasher, sink, fridge and freezer.

    Opening up from the kitchen-diner, sneak a peek at the spacious snug; a flexible reception room created following the conversion of the former garage it is a room in which to relax and unwind after mealtimes and could serve equally well as a playroom.

    Relax and unwind
    Ascend the stairs from the entrance hall to the first-floor landing, where ahead, a door opens into the bountiful and light-filled lounge, where double doors open to a Juliet balcony, allowing the summer breeze to drift in on balmy summer evenings. Entertain, invite family over for the football and enjoy convivial nights with family and friends, with a modern acoustic panelled media wall.

    Along the landing you’ll also find the main family bathroom, handy for bathing the children before bed or indulging in a soothing soak at the end of the day, before wrapping up in your robe and curling up in front of the latest box set in the lounge.

    Follow the spacious landing to discover the fourth bedroom, currently serving as a home office. Arched windows in this bedroom and on the landing, true to the original design of the hospital that once stood in situ, draw in the light.

    Sleep soundly
    Continue up the stairs to reach the second-floor landing, where plenty of storage can be found in the large cupboard and three light and airy bedrooms with surprisingly high ceilings convey a sense of penthouse luxury.

    Opposite the stairs, arrive at bedroom three, currently serving as a dressing room, with built in storage, and overlooking the rear garden.

    Next door, cosily carpeted underfoot, reach bedroom two, a spacious double with a serene outlook over the rear garden, again featuring fitted wardrobes for all your clothing.

    Tucked away at the end of the landing, arrive at the principal bedroom, a chic and sophisticated sanctuary, with plush carpet underfoot and a panelled feature wall. Freshen up in the shower room ensuite, tiled to the walls and underfoot and also featuring a wash basin and WC.

    Garden haven
    Recently landscaped to ensure child-friendly usability, step outside and onto the broad, extended patio of the rear garden.

    Soak up the sunshine throughout the day, with plenty of space for a sofa set and bistro table and chairs, as the children play on the lawn. A separate area of decking allows you to follow the sun as it moves around the garden, whilst there is a large shed for overwintering all your garden furniture.

    Out and about
    Nestled in the heart of Rawtenstall, the rolling hills above the town offer a perfect playground for outdoor enthusiasts. Just a short stroll from the Marl Pits circular walking route, footpaths stretch across the verdant hills, ideal for the explorations of both dog walkers and runners alike.

    The Marl Pits Leisure Centre, just two miles away, provides a plethora of activities for tall the family. Whether it's golf, tennis, cricket, or the excitement of Ski Rossendale, with such a wealth of activities and amenities, there's always something exciting to do here.

    Whitaker Park, also nearby, offers a green oasis for leisurely afternoons, whilst families are well-catered to with excellent local schools, including Broadway Primary School and St Mary’s Roman Catholic Primary, ensuring quality education is within easy reach. For secondary education, Bacup and Rawtenstall Grammar and Haslingden High Schools are also close by.

    With Rawtenstall's vibrant centre just a mile away, culinary delights are always close at hand. Sample a diverse array of restaurants and pubs, offering everything from Chinese and Mediterranean to Italian, Indian, and hearty Sunday roasts. The Hop Micro Pub is a haven for real ale aficionados, while The Whip and Kitten serves up craft cocktails for an elegant evening out. Don’t miss Foodie Fridays at Rawtenstall Markets.


    A hive of independent shops, featuring the award-winning Sunday Best among its charming array of boutiques, can also be discovered in Rawtenstall.

    You can also pick up all your weekly food shopping from Asda, only two minutes from home with a Tesco superstore slightly further afield.

    The New Hall Hey Retail Park, just a five-minute drive away, boasts supermarkets, an M&S, TK Maxx, Pets at Home, and Home Bargains, alongside cafés and restaurants.

    For commuters, the ease of access to the A56 and M66 motorways ensures that Manchester is just a 20-minute drive away.



    Council Tax Band: D (Rossendale Borough Council)
    Tenure: Leasehold (92 years)
    Ground Rent: £295 per year
    Ground rent £295 per year

    Features

    • Stunning Four Bedroom Townhouse
    • Beautifully presented throughout
    • Principal Bedroom with Ensuite
    • First Floor Lounge with Juliet Balcony
    • Driveway for Two Cars
    • Private Enclosed Rear Garden with Patio
    Reference: RS0458
    Whilst every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of these details, it should be noted that the measurements are approximate only. Floorplans are for representation purposes only and prepared according to the RICS Code of Measuring Practice by our floorplan provider. Therefore, the layout of doors, windows and rooms are approximate and should be regarded as such by any prospective purchaser. Any internal photographs are intended as a guide only and it should not be assumed that any of the furniture/fittings are included in any sale. Where shown, details of lease, ground rent and service charge are provided by the vendor and their accuracy cannot be guaranteed, as the information may not have been verified and further checks should be made either through your solicitor/conveyance. Where appliances, including central heating, are mentioned, it cannot be assumed that they are in working order, as they have not been tested. Please also note that wiring, plumbing and drains have not been checked.
     
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