Three Brooks Way, Accrington, Lancashire, BB5


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Very few houses coming to the market have their own natural water feature but this well-presented four bedroom stone-built detached home is the exception, with its rear garden leading to a babbling brook, which lends itself to the name of the road as three brooks merge into one. The vendors have capitalised on this stunning feature with a patio area close by to enjoy the views and tranquility.

Situated in a lovely cul-de-sac location, the property is close to local amenities including shops and well-regarded schools, close to the centre of the village of Oswaldtwistle. Motorway networks are on-hand giving easy access to regional cities.

The accommodation on offer briefly comprises entrance hall, W.C. with pedestal wash hand basin and opaque double glazed window to the front. A door off the hall leads into bedroom four with ensuite. This fourth bedroom offers lots of alternative uses including a study, playroom, lounge area, etc,. A further door off the hall leads to the spacious yet cosy lounge comprising feature fire surround with marble back and hearth with inset gas fir and edwardian style double glazed window to the front elevation. The attractive dining room with spindle sidewinder stairs to the first floor landing, french doors off the dining room lead to the rear garden. Off the dining room is the kitchen with a range of base and wall units finished in grey with contrasting worktops, built-in double oven with hob, plumbed for dishwasher, plumbed for washing machine, space for American-style fridge freezer and tiled floor, with door and window to the rear elevation.

To the first floor, there are three further bedrooms: the master bedroom with another ensuite and built-in wardrobes with attractuve views to the rear over the garden towards the brooks and trees beyond. The two further bedrooms are situated to the front of the house, the bathroom is to the rear with tiled floor, comprising three piece suite, W.C, pedestal wash hand basin with built-in storage cupboard, panel bath and part-tiled walls.

To the front of the property, there is a driveway for off-road parking and a lawn area with dwarf hedge.

To the rear garden, there is a flagged patio with lawn running down to the brook, further large patio area and a large garden shed secluded to the side of the house and running the length of the property offering excellent storage, which can also be accessed from the front of the property. .

Viewing of this stunning home is essential to appreciate all the features both inside and outside.

Viewing Highly Recommended.

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01787 312401


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