Forming part of a small development, off Ashenhurst Road in Todmorden. The cul-de-sac is slightly elevated and Number 18 commands wonderful views to the front. The location is certainly convenient, being within approximately 0.8 miles of Todmorden town centre and station. The local High School is within 0.3 miles and there are 3 local Primary Schools within 0.5 miles. Todmorden's beautiful Centre Vale Park and leisure centre are also on the door step and for the more adventurous, there are several hilltop and moorland walks in the vicinity.
This stylish semi-detached property has been constructed using Yorkshire stone for the outer walls with natural blue slate roof tiles, in keeping with the character of Todmorden. All windows and the Bi-fold patio doors are double glazed with high quality anthracite aluminium frames. There are attractive internal oak doors and a part oak staircase. An efficient gas combi boiler will be installed with radiators for the heating and hot water. Solar Panels with battery storage and inverter also installed, with an option for an Air Source heat pump, at an additional cost.
Once completed the property will be backed by a 10 Year architect's warranty.
The property will have 6 solar panels with battery storage and an inverter feeding the electric board. An option exists, at additional cost, to include an Air Source Heat Pump, which would provide both heating, hot water and air conditioning. An EV charger will also be installed.
Please note that we have used computer generated images, for illustration purposes only.
Photographs have also been taken as stages reach completion to show the actual representation.
All measurements are approximate and have been taken from architects plans. They should not be relied upon and are for guidance only.
The site is in development and some of the original plans are being reviewed during the build.
From Todmorden town centre, take the A646 Burnley Road, heading towards Burnley. Continue for approximately 0.75 miles, passing the Cricket Ground and then Centre Vale Park on the left. After the High School, take the second right hand turning into Ashenhurst Road, the Hare & Hounds pub. Asher Drive is a left off here, just before the railway bridge. Proceed towards the far end of the cul-de-sac and Number 18 is located at the top on the right hand side.