stamp duty: £2,250
mortgage fees: £1,500
conveyancing fees: £1,000
2 reception rooms
£5,460 p.a. / £455 pcm
TENANCY AGREEMENT STARTED
19 months ago
TENANCY AGREEMENT ENDS
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Burnley is a town in Lancashire, north-west England. It lies around 21 miles north of Manchester and 20 miles east of Preston.
Burnley is very well connected via road and rail. Junctions 9, 10 and 11 of the M65 motorway serve the town, running west to Accrington, Blackburn and Preston where it connects to the M6, and north-east to Nelson and Colne. There are several A roads going through town and the A56 dual carriageway links to the M66 motorway going to Manchester and the M62.
There are four railway stations in town, Burnley Manchester Road, Burnley Central, Burnley Barracks and Rose Grove. Trains are operated by Northern, with an hourly semi-fast service from Manchester Road to Preston and Blackpool North, Leeds and York. Whilst Central and Barracks stations run services to Blackpool South and Preston as well as Nelson and Colne.
Burnley is surrounded by the Pennine countryside and is ideally located for anyone who enjoys outdoor activities. For example, the Prairie Sports Village, which offers excellent facilities for golf enthusiasts. There is a golf course, driving range, mini golf, lessons and golf activities for juniors such as footgolf. At Thompson Park there are rowing boats or kayaks for hire, and at Clowbridge Reservoir activities include windsurfing and sailing. The town’s waterways are also ideal places for a walk or an escape into nature. On Crown Point Moor stands the iconic Singing Ringing Tree, a three-meter-tall steel sculpture.
Other attractions include the two historic houses Towneley Hall and Gawthorpe Hall. Towneley Hall is surrounded by historic parkland with woodland walks, formal gardens, sculpture and nature trails. There are annual cultural events such as the Burnley Literary Festival and the Canal Festival. The Mechanics Theatre and Burnley Youth Theatre offer a varied programme throughout the year for the whole family.
The manufacturing sector remains very strong in Burnley and key manufacturing employers are in highly specialised fields such as: Safran Aircelle (aerospace), GE (aerospace), AMS Neve (professional audio), TRW Automotive and Futaba-Tenneco UK (automotive components). Burnley still has strong economic links with Manchester and Leeds as well as neighbouring towns along the M65.
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