Pendle Council and its partner Liberata are about to unveil a hidden property gem as they launch a show home to promote a row of beautifully restored terraced properties in Nelson that are up for sale.
The doors of 19 Mosley Street will be open to the public on Saturday – and council leader Coun. Joe Cooney, is urging people to take a look round.
He said: “People may think they know Whitefield, but it has changed dramatically over the past few years.
“Gone are the empty, boarded-up properties and in their place are beautifully restored heritage terraces, offering two, three, four and even six bedrooms, complete with all the mod cons.”
Properties are priced from £80,000 and there are schemes available to help with your deposit.
Matthew Pearson, Pendle Council’s Home Improvement Manager, added: “The regenerated housing in Whitefield has made a massive difference to the area and the quality of housing available to buy.
“We are hoping the show home will demonstrate to potential buyers what can be achieved if they want to buy one of the fantastic houses, not only in Mosley Street, but on the surrounding streets, too.
“It’s just a stone’s throw from the town centre shops and within walking distance of the bus/rail interchange, supermarkets and beautiful Victoria Park.
“Yet it feels tucked away as there’s not a lot of traffic.
“With a brand new school on your doorstep, it is a great place to raise a family.”
The Mosley Street Show home will be open from 10-30am until 3pm and is available to view by appointment only at other times.
If you can’t make the open day, call Liberata Property Services on 878939 to arrange a viewing.