The Gorse (Plot 33). This very comfortable home has a large kitchen with separate dining area opening onto the garden. You can also access the garden from the utility room. The ground floor also has a large bright lounge and a downstairs w.c. Upstairs opens out onto a gallery landing of which there are four bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom provides an ensuite and fitted wardrobes.
This prestigious development offers a range of superb 3 and 4 bedroom homes suitable for first time buyers, young professionals and growing families.
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Colne is a market town and civil parish in the Borough of Pendle bursting with great things to do. If you are looking to entertain the family then you can’t beat this small town that packs a punch!
When the evening comes Colne, with its three theatres offers some stunning entertainment. One of the venues, the Colne Muni plays host to the Pendle Beer Festival at the start of the year, as well as one of the country’s biggest and best blues festivals in the country, The Great Rhythem & Blues Festival every August Bank Holiday.
Boulsworth view is located in Colne which is surrounded by stunning countryside with lots of beautiful areas to visit including Wycoller Country Park, Boulsworth and the famous Pendle Hill. This prestigious development will have a range of properties for young professionals and growing families offering a range of superb 3 & 4 bedroom homes providing something for all lifestyles whatever your needs. Leisure time can be spent walking, cycling, shopping or just relaxing in one of the many country pubs in the local area. There are many amenities on the doorstep of the development including supermarkets, local primary schools such as Colne Christ Church of England and Laneshawbridge primary schools and for secondary Park High School, plus the many varied shops and restaurants that Colne and the surrounding area has to offer.
Colne also has a buoyant night-time economy, with a number of restaurants in the vicinity of its three theatres: the amateur-run Pendle Hippodrome, The Municipal Hall ('The Muni'), which hosts concerts, exhibitions and the annual pantomime, and the Little Theatre, home of Colne Dramatic Society.
Every August bank holiday since 1989, the award-winning Great British Rhythm and Blues Festival has been hosted at venues throughout the town, attracting artists and visitors from across the world. Many local pubs and clubs stage music gigs; others hold 'fringe' type performances. The larger events are staged at the Municipal Hall close to the town centre. Read more
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