Lamb Roe Gardens, Whalley
Situated within the Whalley boundary adjacent to Barrow are eight stunning new detached bungalows in this sought after location.
Whalley has many independent shops and amenities including a pharmacy, doctor’s surgery and public houses, one of which dates back to 1780. The village boasts an array of history. Along with the 300 year pub you will find the ruins of Whalley Abbey, the Parish Church and the nearby railway viaduct.
Whalley is also notable in cricket history as being the location of the first ‘Roses’ cricket match.
All eight bungalows are built along traditional lines with feature walls constructed of natural stone and natural slate roofs. Each property comprises of three bedrooms (master with en-suite bathroom), lounge, kitchen/dining area plus utility, entrance hall, separate bathroom and integral garage.