Featured properties for sale

Our featured properties for sale – September 1st-7th

Prime Development Site With Planning Consent

Land At Station Road And Whitemoor Road, Foulridge, Colne, Lancashire

Introducing Station Road, once the site of a bustling factory for light manufacturing, now a leveled field ripe for reinvention, right in the heart of the vibrant village of Foulridge. One must note the unique sub-station nestled in the corner of this plot, a nod to the site’s industrial past, meticulously incorporated into the future vision of this characterful landscape. Strolling a few steps yonder, you’ll discover two expansive plots off Whitemoor Road, a blank canvas currently doubling as a car park, untouched by development until now.

This scenic location effortlessly marries convenience and character, hosting a proposed development of thirteen enticing 3- and 4-bedroom dwellings, freshly approved under application 20/0758/FUL. The innovative collection includes 5 enchanting 3-bedroom homes facing the charismatic Station Road and a scattered mix of 4-bedroom abodes – one detached, two with integral garages and coupled with panoramas of charming Whitemoor Road. At the rear, 5 more 3-storey dwellings claim their spot, featuring their coveted integral garages. Detailed layout plans and house types are readily available upon request, and a virtual tour eagerly awaits your attention at https://vimeo.com/736499187.

The residents of the novel Station Road development will find themselves at the social heart of Foulridge, with quick access to a wealth of local shops satisfying their every need, and the main bus route just a stone’s throw away on Skipton Road. On this site where the past and future coexist, the inspiring story of Foulridge will continue to unfold.

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Fully Let Mixed Use Investment Property

Halstead House , 14-20 Halstead Street, Burnley, Lancashire

Introducing 14 Halstead Street. A brilliant stone built retreat evolving over four dynamic levels. Its foundational floors have long been the home of an esteemed Dessert Café, celebrated for its cozy dining and service areas. A savory journey leads customers from the dining era into the efficient kitchen and prep area, past the spotless customer WC, right up to the roomy storage at the back. Underneath it all, a complex network of six additional storage rooms functions like a secret heart.

Now, let’s uncover the crown jewels of this property; three sleek and stylish two-bedroom apartments, spread across the first and second floors. Easily accessed by a dedicated staircase to the rear, each dwelling is a world unto its own. Brimming with modern elegance; from their well-designed kitchens to their chic bathrooms, all warmed by efficient electric heating. 

When we talk about tenancies, the renowned independent Dessert Café calls the primary floors home assuring a long-standing 10-year Full Repairing and Insuring Lease initiated in early 2022. A sensible rolling crest of rents from £10,000 per annum during the initial pair of years, shifting up to £11,000 for the next duo and culminating at £12,000 for the final five-year stretch. The apartments (Flat 16, 18 and 20), each leased by a private tenant through a six-month Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement with rentals varying between £475 to £550 pcm. The total Gross Rental Income exudes a promising £28,600 per annum.

Regarding its location, 14 Halstead Street beautifully nestles just beside Manchester Road, a stone’s throw from the Burnley Manchester Road railway station and only a quick jaunt from Burnley town centre. Two mile distance from the arterial M65 motorway at Junctions 10 & 11, it’s positioned spectacularly well for connections that matter. Simply put, 14 Halstead Street isn’t just a property. It’s a lifestyle opportunity that’s too tempting to dismiss.

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Substantial Office / Educational Facility With Large Private Car Park

Chapel Annexe, Chapel Place, Hammerton Street, Burnley, Lancashire

Welcome to Chapel Place. Tucked away just off Hammerton Street in Burnley—a hub that fuses convenience with versatility. This detached office has history, once humming with the influential work of a children’s behavioral support centre. And now? It’s a blank canvas. A place where prospects go hand in hand with ideas, where the future can be shaped and formed, awaiting the spirit of a similar educational or training facility, a buzzing office space, or even a leisure hub. The right idea paired with the right planning consent, and the possibilities are endless.

The space itself is designed to nurture collaboration—with a welcoming front reception to escort in fresh ideas, a generously sized office to host discussions, a staff room complete with kitchenette for unhurried lunch breaks, not one but two open plan classrooms each complemented with fitted kitchens, and a couple of private offices, perfect for those moments when focus is key. Adding to that, three sets of WC’s, two with shower facilities, meet your every need. Tucked on the upper level, find two storage rooms adequate for the organisational aficionado.

The yard outside is spacious and secure, encompassed by a sturdy gate. Previously used as a soft tarmac play area, it could be transformed into additional parking if required. Adjacent to the property, an outdoor seating area with timber decking is poised for planned or spontaneous gatherings.

Castle Place is moments from Burnley town centre, catering to your every need. Quick commutes are ensured with junctions 10 and 11 of the M65 motorway a short drive away. The neighbourhood is diverse— business institutions such as HSL Furniture, Screwfix, UCLAN University, and Reel Cinema contribute to the vibrant local scene which fosters smart collaborations, and further pumps vitality into this already promising place.

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Prominent Stone Built Premises Comprising Ground Floor Shop And Two Extensively Refurbished Apartments

34 Deardengate, Haslingden, Rossendale, Lancashire

Welcome to the imposing facade of a stone cathedral that was once a banking hall. Spread across four storeys, it is a structure ready to wear any hat, whether it be a showroom or a workspace. The ground floor, that hitherto hosted glossy showrooms, encompasses an extensive open-plan sales area, complete with kitchen facilities and freshly refurbished WC accommodations, supplemented by unwavering storage capacity in the welcoming cellar.

The first and second floors escort you to Pleasant Street, having witnessed major revamping to now host two distinct, self-contained flats, each flaunting a set of two bedrooms. The living rooms in these homes come with generous space to give each corner your personal touch. The newly fitted, ultra-modern kitchens and bathrooms are a true spectacle, all complemented with new floor coverings that add to the luxe feel. The retail space on the ground floor overwhelms with its striking frontage onto Deardengate, a location bustling with relentless movement and traffic. Let it be a retail business, office space or any innovative use like a bar or restaurant, (with the right tick on the planning consent paper), it transforms in a jiffy to accommodate all with much aplomb.

Investment Opportunity
A property that screams perfection, it is the torchbearer of excellent investment prospects once it becomes fully tenanted.

The property prides on its proximity with the junction of Deardengate and Blackburn Road (A680), the very heart of Haslingden town centre. Deardengate, the chief artery that bisects the town, is a thriving commercial hotspot. It boasts of esteemed neighbours – Greggs, Nisa Supermarket, Mannings and a vibrant blend of local retailers. Also, you’re just a quick, five-minute drive away from the Haslingden bypass (A56); a path leading to connection with M66 and less than 20 minutes away from the towns of Bury, Manchester, Burnley, and Blackburn! Welcome to this property, where opportunity meets location!

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Detached Commercial Workshop With Yard

North Valley Motors, Fountain Works, Burnley Road, Colne, Lancashire

Introducing your new business address. No, not just any place, it’s Burnley Road, encased with a remarkable past and vibrant present. Your dreams about a self-contained retail outlet spread across one story with a grand, open plan layout come to life here. And tucked into one corner, you’ll find a WC facility — the perfect essential in sight. Access? Easy as pie, it’s straight from Burnley Road; positioned at the front, enhanced with a quaint little forecourt.

But wait, there’s more. The rear unveils a structure rich with character and history – a self-contained commercial hub, beautifully embodied in three unique adjoining properties. Over the years, time and progress have weaved them together, much like stories intertwining. The main workshop offers open plan space with the facility of a pedestrian entrance leading to a cozy private office and waiting room. Accessibility is key, demonstrated by the roller shutter door leading from the adjacent yard.

We must admit – nothing is quite conventional here. Even the two additional single-storey buildings, once reserved for storage, hold a story. The property incorporates a relaxed staff canteen and more WC facilities. A testament to Burnley Road’s rich narrative is its eclectic mix of building materials, marrying stone and brick with original truss roofs, and sections rejuvenated with profile Steel sheeting.

And the location? Oh, it’s a gem. The property graces the busy Burnley Road (A56), just next to the Esso petrol filling station. A mere 100 meters away, you can spot a Skoda dealership, and just half a mile from junction 14 of the M65 motorway network. Seasoned with history, primed for innovation, this is Burnley Road.

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Deceptively Spacious Former Doctors Surgery And Funeral Directors, Suitable For A Variety Of Uses.

4 Richmond Court, Colne, Lancashire

Welcome to The Richmond Stone Marvel. Your new pivotal spot in the heart of Colne town. A substantial, stone-built haven curated across two extensive floors. Years before its transformation, the NHS occupied this prominent spot, where they launched a thorough refurbishment program, metamorphosing the place into an enigmatic cluster of private chambers. The ground floor hosts an inviting reception area, waiting lounge, four secluded offices, a utility room paired with a disabled WC facility, followed by a grand storage section and an additional WC. Moving up, you’re greeted by two generous-sized offices, one of which is intimately complemented with a dedicated kitchenette area.

The property is aesthetically rooted within Colne’s thriving town centre, linked directly off Richmond Court – a charming, paved expanse adorned with full-grown trees. Beyond this delightful façade, a secondary entry is nestled at the rear, conveniently accessed off the primary car park on Market Street. Immersed in a competitive retail arena, the town centre of Colne presents an array of active traders, including Boots, The Coop and Greggs. Junction 14 of the M65 is barely a mile away, inviting seamless connectivity to the encompassing national motorway network.

Its exterior is graced with parking provisions for a minimum of two vehicles. This property seamlessly merges practical functionality with characterful charm, creating Colne’s coveted commercial gem.

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Hot Food Takeaway Premises Close To Burnley Town Centre.

41 Parker Lane, Burnley, Lancashire

Welcome to the heart of Parker Lane, residing a distinctive in-line property, a majestic journey of stone and slate. Awaiting your arrival is a welcoming counter flanked by a cosy waiting area and a fully functional kitchen/preparation zone, with unassuming storage space tucked in the back for your convenience.
This property’s charm grows below the surface, with a cellar optimised as an extra storage area – the perfect solution for your valuable essentials of all shapes and sizes.
On our ascent to the first floor, you will find home to an inviting storeroom and a well-maintained bathroom. Above, an additional storage room calls the attic its home.
Situated just a leisurely stroll from Charter Walk Shopping Centre and St James Street, this property stands tall as a proud member of a thriving community. Here you’ll find yourself in the company of bustling Tesco, various financial establishments, vibrant retailers, experienced legal firms, and friendly real estate agents. Notably, Burnley bus station, the hub of local transportation, is also just a short walk away.

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Retail / Office With Living Accommodation – Development Potential

296 Padiham Road, Burnley, Lancashire

Greetings from Padiham Road, the threshold to a hearty, vintage-style stone construction reminiscent of yesteryears. The site formerly held a bustling retail store at the front and quaint living spaces filling the rear, upper and lower levels. Years passed, the retail segment took its bow and the space evolved into a ‘hobby room’—a creative’s canvas—capable of metamorphosis into a retail or residential setting, subject to respective planning permissions.

Expanding into the living portions, the ground floor unfurls a vast, inviting lounge and a well-equipped kitchen, accompanied by the aforementioned ‘hobby room’. Ascend to the first floor to discover three snug bedrooms and a contemporary bathroom. The property also conceals a dual-chamber cellar and a single garage, promising ample space for every resident’s desires.

Set just a stone’s throw away from junction 8 of the M65, the property’s locale is as appealing as the structure itself. Rubbing shoulders with a chemist, hairdressers, a convenience store and leisure amenities, Padiham Road houses a vibrant, community-centric living atmosphere. Its strategic position on the primary bus route leading into Burnley town centre only enhances its abundant attractiveness. Be the catalyst to its next transformation. Welcome home.

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Substantial Warehouse With Modern Offices

Capetown Mill, Pickles Street, Burnley, Lancashire

Introducing our impressive warehouse and office suite, a solid brick construct crowned with a unique mono-pitch, steel-clad roof and dressed in an aesthetic profile steel cladding. The interior holds a vast, open canvas of a warehouse, reaching a soaring eaves height of 6.15m. Deliveries are a breeze with secure-yard loading and an autoclick roller shutter door.

This place isn’t just about storage. At ground level, we’ve got the works – a welcoming reception, executive boardroom, secluded private office, comfy canteen, high-tech server room, spacious storeroom, well-equipped male/female WC’s and a refreshing shower room.
Venture up to the first floor where you’ll find a duo of expansive open-plan offices and an additional private office space, all bathed in natural light from front-facing windows. To keep you comfortable, the office spaces are carpet-dressed, illuminated by futuristic LED lights and warmed up by a Biomass heating system that also services the warehouse. This property is a perfect fit for warehousing or light manufacturing uses.

Situated prominently on Pickles Street, nestled just off Pendle Way and conveniently neighbouring junction 10 of the M65 motorway – it’s around a mile’s leap from Burnley Town Centre. Around these parts, you’re in good company – with Starbucks for your caffeine fix, an ESSO petrol station to fuel journeys, and the essentials at Toolstation. We even have a Travelodge close by making it ideal for clients and colleagues hitting the road. This locality offers you exceptional transport links to the pulsing M65 motorway network.

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