Whether you’re looking for a new home or a property to rent, there’s plenty of options available in Barrowford. With a variety of terraces and character properties, you’re sure to find the perfect house for you!
For those who enjoy the outdoors, there’s Pendle Hill and the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on your doorstep. There’s also a great range of independent businesses and shopping in the town.
1. Barrowford Town Centre
Barrowford has a lovely town centre with a variety of shops, pubs and other attractions. Whether you are looking to buy a home, rent or sell you can find everything you need in the village.
The Pendle Heritage Centre is one of Barrowford’s main attractions. It is set in a range of tastefully restored Grade II Listed farm buildings.
A small museum, art gallery, gift shop, tea-room and an eighteenth century walled garden are all part of the Centre’s appeal. It is also a good spot to stop and enjoy a lunch or a coffee in the cafe-restaurant.
It is also worth a visit to the Marsden-Gisburn-Long Preston turnpike, which passes through the village. The original toll house, dating from 1804-05, is still in place at the junction with the road to Colne.
2. Pendle Heritage Centre
The Pendle Heritage Centre in Barrowford is dedicated to the history and heritage of the area. It occupies Park Hill, a two-storey former farmhouse which has a 1661 date stone but was developed over an extended period between the 16th century and the beginning of the 18th century.
The centre is operated by the Heritage Trust for the North West, a building preservation trust that works to protect some of the best preserved buildings in Lancashire. It is also home to an excellent cafe and gift shop, a restored walled garden and a woodland walk.
The Pendle Heritage Centre is a must-visit for any visitor to the area. It has a fascinating museum that covers the history of the Pendle area with a special section on the Pendle Witches.
3. Scruples Menswear
Houses for sale Barrowford is a pretty East Lancashire village that has all the ingredients for a perfect place to set up home. It’s close to the M65 and benefits from village life as well as being near the busier centres of Burnley and Blackburn.
It is also a popular place for families to settle. The housing market, despite a steady rise in prices, has in the main stayed well below the national average giving buyers a real chance to get more for their money.
With a range of terraces and character properties to choose from, 17th and 18th century farmhouses and homes in former handloom weavers’ cottages, you can find something to suit all budgets. It is a perfect place for young families who love to walk and play outdoors.
5. Fleur Couture
Barrowford is a vibrant town with a host of attractions to explore. With the stunning Pendle Hill and Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on your doorstep, it’s an idyllic location for a family-friendly holiday or an extended stay. The town is home to an array of independently-owned boutiques, restaurants and coffee shops. Shoppers will also find a number of local schools and easy transport links to the historic towns of Skipton and Clitheroe.
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