1 Shireburn Caravan Park, Edisford Road, Clitheroe, BB7 3LB
An Analysis of This Property & The Local Area
Key Features
Property Type
Outside Space
Key Details
Floor Area
Plot Size
Council Tax
Band A
£1,273.73 (min) pa
Flood Risk
Very Low
Conservation Area
Land Registry
Last Sold
No Recent Sale Found
Title Number
Sold Price
No Recent Sale Found
Mobile, Broadband & TV
Estimated Broadband Speeds
Standard - 10 mbps
Superfast - 40 mbps
Mobile Signal (based on calls indoors)
3 (Three)
Cable/Satellite TV Availability
Satellite Image
House Price Index Estimate
Average price changes for BB7
+ 48.82%
+ 49.38%
+ 47.22%
+ 36.47%
Education Level
Secondary / College
Primary / Secondary
Pin Colour Key (Based on inspection body ratings)
Not Rated
Bus Stops/Stations
Pin Name Distance
St Anns Court 0.26 miles
Ribblesdale Pool 0.38 miles
Caravan Park 0.38 miles
St Pauls Church 0.46 miles
St Pauls Church 0.47 miles
Local Connections
Pin Name Distance
Rawtenstall (East Lancashire Railway) 13.17 miles
National Rail Stations
Pin Name Distance
Clitheroe Rail Station 0.94 miles
Whalley Rail Station 3.44 miles
Langho Rail Station 4.93 miles
Trunk Roads/Motorways
Pin Name Distance
M65 J7 7.56 miles
M65 J6 8.13 miles
M65 J8 7.33 miles
M65 J9 7.79 miles
M65 J5 10.43 miles
Pin Name Distance
Manchester Airport 35.95 miles
Blackpool International Airport 26.34 miles
Liverpool John Lennon Airport 41.19 miles
Leeds Bradford International Airport 30.89 miles
About Mortimers (Clitheroe)
At Mortimers we focus on delivering a professional, personalised service to achieve the best possible outcome for our customers. We are expert property specialists with in-depth local knowledge and a proven track record of success in even the most challenging markets. Our approach is enthusiastic, proactive and realistic. We take the very best qualities from our traditional estate agency background and exceptional service values and combine them with a modern approach, making us an agent of the highest standing with an impressive register of active buyers and tenants. Our valuable and extensive local knowledge enables us to specialise in all kinds of property matters. Mortimers have recently become part of the Ryder & Dutton group. Ryder & Dutton was established in 1919 and are award winning estate agents judged as best large estate agent in the country at the prestigious Negotiator awards in 2014, 2015 and 2016. With the addition of the Mortimers branches the network now comprises 26 offices covering East Lancashire, Greater Manchester, West Yorkshire and North Derbyshire. Mortimers is now well placed to help with moves across the region.
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avg - When we indicate the Council Tax price is 'avg', it means we have not been able to obtain an exact figure, so this number represents the mean value of Council Tax across the council for that property band. The exact figure will be slightly higher or lower because each parish/town council is priced differently.

min - When we indicate the Council Tax is a 'min', it represents the known amount that the council sets for itself, but excludes the parish/town council cost which we have not been able to obtain. The additional cost will need to be considered as it will be greater than the indicated price.