Grane Road, Haslingden Guide Price: Sold STC

Property Summary

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 1 Reception Rooms

Property Location

Make your way to the valley of the hazels to discover a charismatic stone built home, modernised for contemporary family living.

A handsome, sandblasted stone semi, pull up onto the driveway of Grane Road in Haslingden. Parking is available beside a paved and landscaped front garden, planted with elegant, dainty conifers in its borders.

Large quoins mark out the archway leading to the front door, indicative of this home’s stout and robust design and harmonising with the curve of the bay window.

Make your way through the sage green door and into the entrance hall. Hang your coat up and, turning right, flow through into the living room.

Carpeted in a silvery grey, with neutral tones to the walls, this room is awash with light courtesy of the graceful curve of the bay window to the front and a large window to the rear. Running the full length of the home, there is space for all the family here. Hunker down in front of the contemporary log-burner effect stove, set within a modern grey and white fireplace. To the rear, views of the tiered garden are framed through the diamond leaded windows.

Turning right out of the living room, feast your eyes on the kitchen, where sleek white metro splashback tiles coat the walls above wooden worktops and contemporary dove grey cupboards.

Within the newly fitted cabinetry of this well-designed kitchen discover an oven and hob beneath extractor hood, brand new boiler and undermounted Belfast sink. Flow through to the utility room, fitted with further storage and space for a washer, dryer and fridge-freezer. Exposed stone walls add rusticity, with access available both out to the front driveway and to the rear garden: handy when taking the bins out or hanging the washing.

Returning to the entrance hall, take the grey carpeted stairs up to the first-floor landing, light and bright courtesy of a large window on the turn.

Refresh and rejuvenate in the family bathroom on the left, where a white three-piece suite consists of bath with overhead shower and showerhead attachment, wash basin and WC. Geometric white tiling to the walls adds flair and finesse. Soak away your cares in this light and inviting room of refreshment. A heated chrome ladder rail is on hand to warm your fluffy towels.

Carpeted and cosy with views extending out over the garden and trees beyond, the first of three bedrooms enjoys a private position to the rear of the home. Space for your double bed and wardrobes in here.

Overlooking the distant hills, the spacious double bedroom at the front is light and bright, with ample space for your bed and other furnishings.

Note the refurbished, original 1930s doors as you make your way through to next door. Also soaking up restful views of the fellside is the third bedroom, decorated in the same soothing tones of grey and white. Ideal as a home office or nursery, with space for a single bed, this completes the trio of pristine bedrooms at Grane Road.

Sunshine, shelter and shade
Step outside and soak up the birdsong in this peaceful garden. Stone walls mark the tiered levels of the garden, with steps ascending to the next tier. Trees at the rear are a haven for birds. Sit outside after a busy day and let nature help you relax and unwind.

In the locale
Curiously named, meaning ‘valley of the hazels’, the small, rural town of Haslingden is set on a high hillside in Lancashire’s Rossendale Valley.

With plenty of countryside to explore, make your way up to the iconic Halo Panopticon, a spaceship-like structure that glows blue at night. For a romantic evening out take a picnic and watch the sun set. Part of a wider scheme led by the REMADE in Lancashire programme, this artwork is a 21st century landmark symbolising the renaissance of the region.

One of the most scenic parts of Haslingden, the Grane Valley is a popular spot amongst walkers; stroll along Grane Road and enjoy walks to the local reservoirs, pop into Holden Wood Antiques or enjoy a refreshing thirst quencher at The Holden Arms. With so much to see and do nearby, Holden Wood Tea Rooms and Clough Head Café are on hand for hot tea and cake following an invigorating tour of the local area.

Snig Hole Park, with its gardens and children’s play area, is a popular spot for families, as is the East Lancashire Heritage Railway, while Rossendale Golf Club is also close by.

Families are served by a number of local schools in Haslingden, including Hillside Nursery School, Haslingden Primary School and Haslingden High School – all rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted as of September 2021.

Commuters are well placed, close to the A56 and A683, whilst the Darwen Railway Station is only 14 minutes’ drive away.

For a freshly refurbished, comfortable home on which to make your mark and grow your family, Grane Road offers stone cottage character alongside contemporary comforts.

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EPC for Grane Road, Haslingden
Kelly Woolford

Kelly Woolford

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