Properties for Sale in Burnley

Our clients are our top priority and ensuring the best property deal for you and our vendors whilst providing a smooth process is always our goal. We recognise the buying and selling process of your home can feel daunting and somewhat overwhelming which is why we tailor our every in-house service from valuations, legal and conveyancing, around you.

Whether you’re a first-time buyer, seasoned homebuyer, a landlord looking to start or grow a portfolio in Burnley or if you’re wanting a probate valuation, we’re on hand to help you navigate the most favourable outcome for you.

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Here at Clifford Smith & Buchanan we understand that a home is more than a home and that buying and selling is more than just bricks and mortar to our clients.

About Burnley

Part of the Weavers Triangle and nestled within the borough of Pendle, Burnley in Lancashire has an estimated population of over 70,000, neighbouring the sublime countryside of Padiham and Brierfield.

Starting with farming hamlets and surrounded by manor houses and royal forests dating back as far as the medieval period, with a market held for over 700 years, Burnley is largely considered a place of regional excellence for its aerospace and manufacturing industries.

Burnley Town, ‘The Most Enterprising Area in the UK’

Having retained a strong manufacturing sector and excelling in good links with cities such as Manchester and Leeds, Burnley won an award in 2013 for being the, ‘most enterprising area in the UK’.

Transport Links in and Around Burnley

Beyond its cinematic views and historic importance, Burnley is well-linked to neighbouring towns along the M65 corridor with the Yorkshire Dales breath-taking countryside within easy reach, plus, a direct train service that operates between the town and Manchester Road Railway Station and Manchester’s Victoria Station.

Airports are readily accessible too from Burnley with Manchester International Airport and Leeds Airport around 40-45 minutes away.

Burnley’s Historic Importance: Part of The Weavers’ Triangle

Once one of the most important cotton weaving town’s in the world, this is an area of significant historic interest as Burnley sits within the Weavers’ Triangle which boasts industrial buildings and the like around the Leeds and Liverpool Canal. This is a nod back to its development since the era when it was a cotton mill and weaving town and at the heart of the wool industry within the areas of Colne and Marsden.

Popular Schools & Further Education to Note in Burnley

Popular primary schools include; Westhorne Village Primary School and Burnley Stoneyholme Community Primary School along with Ridgewood Community High Secondary School and higher education at Burnley College, based on Burnley Campus and offering further education to those aged 16 + with a £100 million state-of-the-art campus.

Landmarks & Facts of Interest in Burnley

Surrounded by open fields and moorland, the town sits around 387 feet above sea level, with its own Burnley Borough Council which has shared responsibility with Lancashire County Council.

Considered one of the most beautiful spots within the region, Pendle Hill, the home of the Pendle Witches, Clitheroe and the Ribble Valley houses the Met Offices north west England weather radar and a BBC radio transmitter. Within the south east of the area stands one of the first wind farm projects to be built in the UK.

As a nod to its fame, The Queen Street Mill, Textile Museum (the last surviving, 19th century, steam powered, weaving mill in the world) in Harle, Skye, is on the outskirts of Burnley and was used for a section in the film, The Kings Speech.

What’s You Can Do in Burnley

There’s plenty of leisure activities to peak your interest in the Burnley area with Clitheroe Golf club, Whalley Golf Club, Marsden Park Golf Club and Colne Golf Club. Plus, you’ve also got Turf Moor F.C. (an association football stadium) for any Claret supporting football fans or for those looking for a local club to support and for those shopping days there’s Charter Walk Centre for food, shops and fashion.

You can get your free and bespoke CSB valuation by filling out our online form here, view our properties for sale in Burnley here or for further details you can call 01282 860 606 or you can email our team of estate agent experts at: [email protected]