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Marsden Park is a distinctive collection of ten luxurious new homes built to the highest of specification. All properties will also boast exclusive access to Marsden Park.
This exquisite, four bedroom detached home offers an exceptional standard of family living. Plot 1 welcomes you via a light and airy entrance hall, benefitting from the breath-taking floor to ceiling feature windows. From here, an open-plan living space comprising fully integrated modern kitchen and dining area with bi-folding doors leading you into the rear garden. Completing the rest of the ground floor; there is a lounge, a family bathroom and a further reception room/fourth bedroom.
The master bedroom is found on the first floor, along with two further bedrooms and an en-suite bathroom. The property has been finished to an exceptionally high standard and specification, including bespoke skirting boards which add character to this fabulous build. The rooms are spacious and offer unrivalled views of Marsden Park to the first floor. Externally, the property provides ample off-road parking and an integral single garage which can be also be access from the ground floor.
The restoration of two eighteenth-century cottages and the development of ten new detached bespoke homes on a 0.8 acre site within the setting of Grade II Listed Marsden Hall in Nelson, Lancashire is now taking place. Marsden Park dates back to 1555 and the cottages were originally ancillary buildings to Marsden Old Hall; an eighteenth century manor house. In recent years it had been used as the estates offices for Pendle Borough Council.
The project involves the restoration of a listed cottage, an unlisted cottage and the demolition of a redundant barn and greenhouses to make way for the new residences, four three-bedroom properties and four dormer bungalows within a new secure walled courtyard. The design ethos is for the new build element of the development to be subservient to the existing retained dwellings. To ensure the sympathetic restoration of the dilapidated listed building, the developers are working in close liaison with the conservation officer.
For further information and to arrange your viewing, please contact Bridgfords Burnely on 01282 270 162.
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