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CityRise is proud to present 9 spacious new-build townhouses, excellently situated in a beautiful, leafy area of Darwen.
This boutique development offers homeowners a choice of semi-detached and mid-terrace homes, each with a private garage and drive space for two vehicles. French doors take you through to well-sized gardens with plenty of space for enjoying those long summer evenings. All white goods come with each of the properties, including integrated fridge-freezer, microwave, dishwasher, and washer-driers. All bedrooms are generously sized with two of them benefiting from modern ensuite bathrooms for added privacy and convenience.
With prices as low as £264,950 and only 9 properties available, we anticipate great interest from buyers wanting to find their forever home.
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Whether you have a large family looking for somewhere new, a smaller family looking to grow, or you are simply wanting more space – these homes cater to all. If you are using two of the four rooms as bedrooms, the remaining two rooms have fantastic potential. The spare rooms can be converted to children’s rooms and playrooms, or an office for the self-employed, hybrid worker, or hobbyist.
The primary bathroom and en-suites are gorgeously tiled and spacious. The living area, hallways, reception rooms, and bedrooms are lusciously carpeted while the kitchen is laminated. The kitchen and living areas are open-planned, with enough space for a dining area connecting the two. As the heart of the home, this room is perfect for family meals, entertaining guests, and where residents will choose to spend most of their time.
Darwen is a small market town located within the West Pennine Moors, 3 miles south of Blackburn and 20 miles north of Manchester.
Residents of Darwen are spoilt by its central location and proximity to many of Northern England’s largest towns and cities, which are all connected by rail and road, whether car or bus. With the beautiful countryside on its doorstep, you need not sacrifice town life for your escape to the country.
Darwen Town Centre itself has many shops, restaurants, bars, and leisure facilities to suit all tastes. This includes the £13m Darwen Leisure Centre with its 25-metre 8-lane swimming pool, gym, and sports hall; the Darwen Library Theatre, which hosts a year-round programme of theatre, music, and comedy; and the Darwen Market, which has recently undergone £1.5m worth of refurbishments. All are reachable in just a 10-minute walk from Tockholes Road!
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Darwen is surrounded by beautiful countryside that residents in the town can make use of all year round. Darwen has ample to see and do by being located in a large valley that runs through the West Pennine Moors. This includes walking up to Darwen Tower to soak in the magnificent views as you hike, bike, or horse ride along one of the region’s myriad pathways. On a clear day, it is possible to see as far as Snowdonia and the Isle of Man. Earnsdale and Sunnyhurst Hey Reservoirs are just a 5-minute drive away and four beautiful parks are on Darwen’s doorstep, offering picturesque weekend walks and summer picnics. If you prefer being beside the water, the town is situated along the river Darwen, home to some of the finest scenery in the area.
Residents need not travel much further to reach more natural beauty. The idyllic Entwistle Reservoir (pictured left) is less than 20 minutes away by car while the likes of the Yorkshire Dales and the magnificent Lake District can be reached in just over an hour from the development.
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