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Property details

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom
  • 1 reception room


  • Freehold
  • 2 Bed Stone Cottage
  • Charming Original Features
  • Wood Burning Stove
  • Parking Space
  • Front, Rear Gardens & Outhouse
  • Peaceful Rural Setting
  • No Forward Chain
  • Close To Garstang & Motorway

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If you're looking for a charming character cottage in a picturesque and peaceful village, this is the opportunity for you!

A rare chance to own this gorgeous & affordable 2 bedroom home, surrounded by woodland walks and set by the river Calder, in the quintessential English village of Calder Vale.
Stepping out of the front door, you are greeted by the serene sounds of the flowing river and the occasional cotton mill loom, with views out over the green valley.
The pretty residence, built in the 1840s, also benefits from double glazing throughout, custom built wooden doors, tiered garden to the rear, parking space, stone flooring and beautiful sandstone fireplace housing a wood burner, for that cosy cottage feel!

Set on the edge of the Forest of Bowland, Calder Vale is a tranquil small village, steeped in history, with many character buildings including The church of St. John the Evangelist and Lappet Mill, which is still used today as a working cotton mill.

Conveniently located, Calder Vale is only a mere 10 minute drive from the market town of Garstang, with a vast array of amenities, including supermarkets, pubs, independent shops, weekly high street market, schools and restaurants. It is also only 15 minutes from the Motorway network north & south, making this an excellent location. The area is also soon to benefit from B4RN which will provide hyperfast, fibre-based broadband at 1000 Mbit/s.

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Long Row, Calder Vale, PR3 1SQ


From the Garstang office turn left onto Park Hill Road, take the second exit at the mini roundabout. At the next roundabout take the second exit and at the next mini roundabout take the second exit, proceed down the High Street and bear left at The Royal Oak Hotel onto Bridge Street and take the first exit at the mini roundabout. At the next roundabout turn left on to Dimples Lane. Continue along this road, over the canal bridge and at the bottom of this junction turn left onto Calder House Lane. Continue along this road over the canal bridge under the railway bridge and over the motorway bridge for approximately a mile and a half. Take the next right turn at the sign post for Calder Vale. Continue down into the village, over the bridge, past the mill on your right and the property is on the last row of houses on your right, identified by the 'For Sale' sign

Ground Floor

Lounge (14'02 x 13'11 max (4.32m x 4.24m max))

Through the Idigbo hardwood front door with decorative glass panel, into the sizeable lounge. This room is inviting and full of charming features such as decorative oak beams and sandstone fireplace, which houses the eye catching wood burning stove (with back boiler). This room also features window looking over front garden, ceiling and wall light fittings, smoke detector, telephone point, stairs to the first floor and wooden door into the inner hall. The area is soon to benefit from B4RN which will provide hyperfast, fibre-based broadband at 1000 Mbit/s.

Feature Fireplace

Wood burning stove with back boiler, perfect for cosy winter nights.

Inner Hall (9'00x6'11 max (2.74m x 2.11m max))

Inner hall with stone flooring, window through to kitchen, ceiling light, door to handy under stairs storage cupboard which also houses modern electric consumer unit and meter which sits in an internal cupboard.

Inner Hall Second View

Bathroom (6'10x5'06 max (2.08m x 1.68m max))

Off the inner hall, there are charming custom built double wooden doors opening into the bathroom which is neatly presented, with duel fuel towel rail, WC, sink, bath with overhead shower, stone flooring, part tiled walls, ceiling light, extractor fan and window with blind- into the kitchen.

Bathroom Second View

Kitchen Diner (11'05 x 8'11 (3.48m x 2.72m))

The extension on the property is situated at the rear of the house and has been practically converted into a lovely kitchen diner. This kitchen combines stylish cream wall and base units with wooden worktops with cottage-style features such as original external exposed stone wall and beautiful wooden door. The room features hardwood sliding patio doors into the rear garden, electric panel heater, wall and ceiling lights, extractor wall fan, hard wearing linoleum flooring, loft hatch, stainless steel sink with mixer tap, feature tile splashback, space for cooker, fridge and plumbing for washing machine.

Kitchen Diner Second View

Kitchen Diner Third View

First Floor


First floor landing with loft hatch, ceiling light, smoke detector and wooden doors to the two bedrooms.

Master Bedroom (11'04 x 10'10 (3.45m x 3.30m))

Spacious master bedroom with window to front elevation, ceiling light, telephone point and walk in storage/airing cupboard housing hot water tank with immersion heater, radiator and shelving. This room benefits from a wall of fantastic fitted wardrobes (depth not included in room measurements), an excellent space saver in this cottage.

Master Bedroom Second View

Bedroom Two (7'04 x 7'01 (2.24m x 2.16m))

Cosy bedroom with window overlooking the rear garden, radiator and ceiling light.

Front Garden

To the front is a lovely walled front garden with open views over woodland. Parking for one car is available opposite the property on the other side of the road. Additional parking is available at the end of Long Row and in the mill car park during evenings and weekends.

Rear External & Gardens

To the rear, there is a small pathway which is shared access for residents on Long Row, followed by a deceptively large garden, split into multiple tiers. The first part of the garden is a patio area, with stone flagging and pebble dash, perfect for al fresco dining and relaxing. There is also a coal store, outside tap and a handy brick-built outhouse for outdoor storage/tools/wood store (5'10x2'11).
The garden is well presented with wooden sleeper surrounds and lovely roped stone stairs leading up to the other tiers, with stone to the floor and surrounded by shrubs and mature trees, again, perfect for sitting out and taking in the peaceful surroundings of Calder Vale, you will have lovely views over the surrounding woodlands from the top of the garden.

Patio Area

Tiered Garden

View From Top Of Rear Garden

Duck Pond

View of the mill pond, a short walk from the property, amongst trees at Calder Vale.

Walks In Calder Vale

This area of natural beauty is popular with walkers, especially in the spring. Calder Vale Conservation Area extends from Long Row to the north, reaches as far as The Holme to the south, takes in the School Cottages and Victoria Terrace to the
West, and stretches to take in the Mill building to the east. The River Calder runs through the centre of the Conservation Area.

Bluebell Woods/ Bluebell Teas

During May the woods of Calder Vale, surrounding the church, are filled with the glorious sight and scent of bluebells. Visitors travel from far and wide to enjoy local nature at its best. Every Sunday in May the ladies of Calder Vale run 'bluebell teas': Homemade refreshments available in the village hall, in aid of the church mission hall.

Long Row

Agency Notes

Please note all measurements have been taken using a laser measure which may be subject to a small margin of error


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Rateable Value

Council Tax Band: B


Understood to be freehold and free from rent charge.

Key Details

Fixtures and fittings: Carpets and blinds included only
Tenure: Freehold
EPC Rating: F
Council Tax Band: B
Heating Fuel: Wood burner with integral boiler (for heating and domestic hot water) supplemented by electrical immersion heater, dual fuel towel rail in bathroom and electrical panel heater in kitchen


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Map & Nearby

Local Amenities

  • Salwick 9.8 miles
  • Knott End-On-Sea Ferry Landing 11.7 miles
  • Calder Vale St John Church of England Primary School 0.4 miles
  • Bleasdale Church of England Primary School 2 miles

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Map View Map showing location of property

Local Amenities

  • Salwick 9.8 miles
  • Knott End-On-Sea Ferry Landing 11.7 miles
  • Calder Vale St John Church of England Primary School 0.4 miles
  • Bleasdale Church of England Primary School 2 miles

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Average estimated value for a house in PR3:

  • £161,375
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  • -£7,837
  • (-4.631%)
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Price history

Sold prices provided by Land Registry
14th Sep 2019 £150,000 First listed
30th Sep 2005 £145,000 Last sold

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