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£250,000

2 bed cottage for sale Seg Hole Farm Cottage, Hollin Hall, Trawden BB8

2 beds
1 bath
1 reception

Property location

  • Trawden Forest Primary School0.9 miles
  • Rosa House School1.7 miles
  • Colne2.6 miles
  • Nelson3.5 miles

Features and description

A beautiful semi detached cottage located in an idyllic spot just off Lanehouse and close to Trawden Brook. The stone built bespoke dwelling offers many noteworthy features and briefly comprises of: Large living room and a farmhouse style kitchen with fitted base and wall units. An open balustrade staircase leads up to the first floor where you will find two well proportioned bedrooms and a 3-piece shower room. Externally there is an elevated sun terrace / garden with open aspect views surrounding, perfect for use during the summer months and a separate private parking space. Adjacent there is a good sized garage/workshop secured by timber doors and a parcel of land which would make the perfect allotment and offers overflow parking. Early viewing is advised.

Trawden Forest is a civil parish in the Pendle district of Lancashire. It has an approximate population of 2,765, and contains the village of Trawden and the hamlets of Cottontree, Winewall and Wycoller. The Trawden Forest Community Centre is in the heart of the village. The Centre is run by a Committee of Trustees made up of volunteers from the local community. It is entirely self-funded, covering running costs through user fees supplemented by fundraising. Several local groups meet regularly at the centre and it is also used for many private and community events.

As a way of encouraging people to visit Trawden and the surrounding area, a small group of village residents organise and mobilise other villagers in order to hold the annual Trawden Garden Festival and Scarecrow Trail. This takes place over the first weekend in July. Trawden also holds an annual agricultural show on the 2nd Sunday in August, which many farmers, riders and people from around Lancashire enjoy and take part in.

Main Description

A beautiful semi detached cottage located in an idyllic spot just off Lanehouse and close to Trawden Brook. The stone built bespoke dwelling offers many noteworthy features and briefly comprises of: Large living room and a farmhouse style kitchen with fitted base and wall units. An open balustrade staircase leads up to the first floor where you will find two well proportioned bedrooms and a 3-piece shower room. Externally there is an elevated sun terrace / garden with open aspect views surrounding, perfect for use during the summer months and a separate private parking space. Adjacent there is a good sized garage/workshop secured by timber doors and a parcel of land which would make the perfect allotment and offers overflow parking. Early viewing is advised.

Trawden Forest is a civil parish in the Pendle district of Lancashire. It has an approximate population of 2,765, and contains the village of Trawden and the hamlets of Cottontree, Winewall and Wycoller. The Trawden Forest Community Centre is in the heart of the village. The Centre is run by a Committee of Trustees made up of volunteers from the local community. It is entirely self-funded, covering running costs through user fees supplemented by fundraising. Several local groups meet regularly at the centre and it is also used for many private and community events.

As a way of encouraging people to visit Trawden and the surrounding area, a small group of village residents organise and mobilise other villagers in order to hold the annual Trawden Garden Festival and Scarecrow Trail. This takes place over the first weekend in July. Trawden also holds an annual agricultural show on the 2nd Sunday in August, which many farmers, riders and people from around Lancashire enjoy and take part in.

Ground Floor

Entrance Porch (Front)

With a uPVC entrance door, 2 x uPVC windows, stone flagged flooring, recessed spot lighting and access through to the living room via a uPVC doorway.

Living Room (5.806m x 4.878m (19'0" x 16'0"))

A large room with an inset multi fuel burning stove set within a feature surround, exposed ceiling beams, 2 x uPVC windows, 2 x radiators, a useful under stairs storage cupboard, an open balustrade staircase leading to the first floor. Access through to:

Dining Kitchen (3.927m x 3.004m (12'10" x 9'10"))

Having a range of fitted base and wall units with inset porcelain sink and mixer tap, an oven and electric hob, plumbing for an automatic clothes washing machine, tiled flooring, tiled splash backs, a feature stone fireplace, a radiator and a uPVC window to the front elevation. Through to:

Entrance Porch (Side)

With a uPVC door, a uPVC window, stone flagged flooring and recessed spot lighting. Externally there is a small stone walled forecourt.

First Floor \ Landing

Providing access to all first floor rooms and having 2 x uPVC windows to the rear elevation and a radiator.

Bedroom One (4.666m x 3.045m (15'3" x 9'11"))

A room of double proportions with a uPVC window to the front elevation, inbuilt wardrobe storage and a radiator.

Bedroom Two (3.726m x 3.148m (12'2" x 10'3"))

Another well proportioned bedroom with 2 x uPVC windows and a radiator.

Shower Room

With a large double shower cubicle, part tiled walls, a low level push button w.c, a pedestal wash basin, a radiator, a frosted glass uPVC window, an air extraction fan and access to the roof space via a loft hatch.

Externally

Externally there is an elevated sun terrace / garden with open aspect views surrounding, perfect for use during the summer months and a separate private parking space. In addition there is a superb garage adjacent to the parking space and garden.

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Externally there is an elevated sun terrace / garden with open aspect views surrounding, perfect for use during the summer months and a separate private parking space. Adjacent there is a good sized garage/workshop secured by timber doors and a parcel of land which would make the perfect allotment and offers overflow parking. Early viewing is advised.

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