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- High Quality build with superb rural outlook.
- Fantastic location for commuting to East Lancashire & Yorkshire.
- Very High quality specification.
- Developer with proven track record.
- Large family homes with large gardens.
- Private gated community.
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Bowland view is the latest development by Westbridge Developments who are a local Housing Development Company. Westbridge have an
excellent track record in building bespoke high quality houses which are finished to exacting standards and recently completed the superb
Bennetts Close Development in Whalley which consisted of five houses each tailored to the purchasers own specification.
The site at Bowland View is located off the A59 in a quiet rural locationwith open views across the surrounding countryside but within easyreach of all amenities.
There are three houses of similar design briefly
Entrance porch, Inner hallway with W.C. Open plan living dining kitchen running the depth of the property, separate utility room with a pantry,
through living room and superb garden room. The first floor, accessed via a stylish return staircase to a central landing. there are four good sized double bedrooms including a large master suite with walk in dressing room and en suite bathroom. The three remaining bedrooms are all double bedrooms and each have access to a en suite bathroom.
Externally the properties have private driveways accessed by their individual electrically operated gates, large gardens with stone patios and detached stone double garage with automated garage door.
Gisburn is a small village on the border between Yorkshire and Lancashire and is situated on
the A59, between Clitheroe and Skipton. Its wide main street still retains some of its
cobblestones and the Medieval church dating back to the 14th century with its large graveyard
and sturdy tower dominate the centre of the village.
Set back from the village, is Gisburn Park mansion, once the family seat of Lord Ribblesdale and
Guy of Gisburn of Robin Hood fame was said to have come from here. The White Bull public
house is so named because until 1857 Gisburn Park contained a herd of white hornless wild
cattle, descendants of cattle which once roamed here. The village is a vibrant agricultural
community with many businesses including a pub, two restaurants, a deli / café, petrol station
and a thriving school plus well used village hall. At the western approach to the village is
Gisburn Auction Mart a lively and regionally important agricultural market.
A short walk away from the village centre is the River Ribble with its wooded banks and
Gisburn is surrounded by a patchwork of fields hedgerows and small woods well served by
footpaths and quiet country lanes.The village is close to the Forest of Bowland A.O.N.B. the
Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District .
The nearby market town of Clitheroe is well situated for commuting offering excellent
communication links with all East Lancashire business centres and the rest of the country by
road and rail. Clitheroe offers a varied range of amenities including an excellent range of shops,
bars, café's and salons as well as supermarkets and the impressive Bowland Brewery leisure
complex. The area is a renowned "Foodie Heaven" with excellent pubs and restaurants many
set within the AONB area of the Trough Of Bowland. The Ribble valley is an affluent area with
a café culture and rural heritage and is a desirable and aspirational place to live and visit.
East Lancashire, Manchester and Yorkshire business centres as well as the northern motorway
network are within striking distance.
In 2014, the Sunday Times revealed Skipton is the best place to live in Britain. Singled out for
praise were its 'vibrant community, excellent schools, low crime rates and an idyllic location'.
Surrounded by stunning countryside, Craven and Upper Wharfedale is amongst the finest in
the country with rolling hills, fells, wooded valleys and picturesque villages surrounding and
within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Skipton, is the area's hub, known as the 'Gateway to
the Dales', it is a thriving market town with a vibrant high street and a market four days of the
Travel distances from Gisburn are approximate:-
Clitheroe 9 miles/Skipton 12 miles/M6 North and South 15 miles.
For anyone wanting to combine the delights of rural life with ease of access to the business
centres found in West Yorkshire and East Lancashire, Gisburn would be the perfect location.
From the A59 travelling from Clitheroe towards Skipton turn left
immediately after the Auction Mart in to Mill Lane. Continue down
Mill lane and proceed round the sharp left hand bend and continue
for approximately 250 yards and the site can be found on the left