The accommodation comprises:
Spacious Entrance Hall
With cross beamed ceiling, solid oak floor, telephone point, one double and one single central heating radiator, rear bow bay window, adjoining store place under stairs
With two piece suite comprising low suite w.C. With oak seat and pedestal wash hand basin, two casement windows, solid oak floor, central heating radiator, fitted cloaks rail, extractor fan
With bay window with window seat, double opening French doors with cathedral tracery glasswork leading to rear courtyard area, three casement windows, three double central heating radiators, stone fireplace with matching stone hearth and fitted Clearview multi-fuel stove, two wall light points, fitted illuminated display cabinet with storage cupboard under
With solid floor, three windows, original heavy stone fireplace with stone hearth and fitted Clearview multi-fuel stove, three wall light points, beamed ceiling, one double and one single central heating radiator
With beamed ceiling, central heating radiator, Georgian panelled French door to side patio/courtyard, two casement windows, three wall light points
With solid floor, Georgian window, central heating radiator, wall light point
Superb Dining Kitchen
With full range of SieMatic units by Stuart Fraser incorporating base and wall cupboards with part polished granite and part oak working surfaces. Fitted appliances including two Neff electric fan ovens, electric ceramic hob unit, ducted extractor canopy, dishwasher, refrigerator and microwave. Inset sink unit with water filter, limestone tiled floor, central heating radiator, part-tiled walls, double uPVC coated sliding patio doors to rear courtyard
With full range of fitted quality oak units by Simpsons of Colne comprising deep base units with green Lakeland slate working surfaces, floor to ceiling storage cupboard, Chinese slate floor, two casement windows, Belfast sink unit, double central heating radiator, part-glazed rear door
With corner wash hand basin, low suite w.C. And casement window
With Chinese slate floor, fitted oak cupboard unit and wine rack
Boiler Room / Boot Room
With Myson oil fired central heating boiler
Wide easy rise staircase from main entrance hallway leading to first floor accommodation
With casement window
Side Guest Bedroom
With four windows, two central heating radiators, two wall light points, fitted wardrobe units to one wall
With two casement windows, double central heating radiator, fitted deep storage cupboard over stairs, two wall light points
With three piece suite comprising shower cubicle, vanity was hand basin with tiled splashback, mirror and vanity light, low suite w.C, central heating radiator, casement window, electric shaver point
With Velux window and separate casement window, central heating radiator, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder, fitted electric immersion heater
With sliding sash window, central heating radiator, two fitted wardrobe units and matching dressing table unit, two wall light points
With central heating radiator, casement window, two wall light points
With three piece suite comprising tiled panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low suite w.C. Mainly tiled walls, wall light point, sliding sash window, double central heating radiator
Second Inner Landing
With double central heating radiator, casement window
With bow bay window, central heating radiator, telephone point
Master Bedroom Suite
With fitted wardrobe units to one wall, two double central heating radiators, cant-bay window with aspects over courtyard, rear Georgian window
Walk-in Wardrobe Area
With fitted wardrobe units to two walls, casement window, central heating radiator
With five piece suite comprising his n hers wash hand basins, panelled bath, shower cubicle and low suite w.C. Two casement windows, double central heating radiator, part-tiled walls, large fitted wall mirror, ceramic tile floor
The property is surrounded by gardens principally to the side and rear; the side garden with very pleasant aspects over the Ribble Valley with distant views beyond and mainly comprising of a large lawned area with well stocked borders incorporating a range of specimen bushes and plants, together with a rockery and large raised terraced stone patio taking advantage of the wonderful aspects. Adjoining the side garden is a smaller garden area with dovecote, log store and long walk-through pergola clad with rose and clematis climbers. Adjoining the property is a:
Large Detached Garage Block
For up to four vehicles with two electrically operated up and over entrance doors, electric light and power, rear l-shaped workshop. Over part of the garage is a large mezzanine store.
There is an adjoining parking area next to the garage block for four vehicles and three extra car parking spaces along the driveway. To the upper section of the property is a terraced patio area with well stocked heavily planted borders. There is a large private rear courtyard area with stone flagged patio, large ornamental pond with waterfall and filter bed. Log store. Barbeque area. Outside water and lighting.
Ribble Valley Borough Council Tax Band G
Freehold tenure and free from chief rent
Oil fired central heating
Mains electricity, mains water, sewage to septic tank
Situation & Location
Only 3 miles from the bustling market town of Clitheroe, Kemple Cottage is convenient for ease of access to all local towns and villages where a good range of shops, supermarkets and schools (including nearby Stonyhurst College) are to be found within Clitheroe, Whalley and Longridge.
There area a number of sporting and leisure facilities nearby including golf clubs at Stonyhurst, Whalley and Clitheroe, swimming at Clitheroe and Stonyhurst, cricket at Hurst Green, Whalley and Clitheroe, shooting and fishing throughout the Ribble and Hodder Valleys, Championship football at Burnley and Preston and Premiership football at Blackburn.
To reach the property if travelling from Clitheroe take the B6243 towards Longridge, crossing Edisford Bridge which spans the River Ribble, and bearing right by the Edisford Bridge public house towards Bashall Eaves. At the first junction turn left and continue along, dropping down and crossing the bridge spanning the River Hodder, and then turning first left on to Birdy Brow, to the top of Kemple End and on reaching the summit take the first road on the left hand side which takes you to Kemple Cottage.
If travelling from Whalley leave the village in the direction of Clitheroe, turning left at the mini roundabout into Station Road towards Mitton, continue into Mitton Road under two bridges and passing Mitton Hall on the left hand side, over the bridge spanning the River Hodder to the t-junction. Turn right towards Clitheroe, bear left at the next junction and left again at the next t-junction. Continue on the road crossing the Hodder Bridge, turning left on to Birdy Brow and then to the top of Kemple End, taking the first road on the left hand side at the summit.