Bridge Heywood Caravan Park, Dunkirk Farm, Whalley Road, Read, Burnley, BB12 7RR
Pets Allowed: Yes
Size: 44' x 22'
Year of Manufacture: 2018
Licence End Date: 2043
Park's Annual charges: 3260
Late 2018 Pemberton Glendale Lodge for Sale - 44 x 22 - on a prime site with river setting and fantastic panoramic views to countryside beyond. A privately family owned site set in 200 acre estate with walks and river fishing rights.
Open plan living with all mod cons including dish washer, fridge freezer, island unit with 5 ring gas hob and electrics etc. Utility room with fitted units and built in washer dryer. Master
Bedroom with dressing area and en suite - second bedroom with access to main bathroom and third twin bedded room. The Lodge has double (triple by fold doors) leading onto magnificent extra large decking area to front and extending the length of the Lodge to one side.
This Lodge is in immaculate condition and first to see will buy - the prime setting of the lodge very rarely becomes available with many extras. Set in the Ribble Valley with easy
access to Clitheroe and the Yorkshire Dales.
Situated on The River Calder in the picturesque Ribble Valley lies Bridge Heywood Caravan Park, a holiday park nestled in a private 200 acre estate surrounded by open countryside. The convenient location of Bridge Heywood, close to the A59 and the M65 provides easy access to the nearby historic market town of Clitheroe and the Forest of Bowland, an area of outstanding natural beauty, where you can experience the real charm of the beautiful Ribble Valley with a vast array of amenities available. The quiet village of Read is within walking distance from Bridge Heywood and contains most essential amenities, including a butchers, a late opening garage that houses a post office and a local convenience store which ensures that you have everything you need at your convenience.
All descriptions, dimensions, references to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation and other details are given in good faith and are believed to be correct, but any intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their correctness.