Park Row, Eagley Bank, Bolton, BL1 7JY
Looking for a characterful yet modern cottage in a popular location?Pop along to see this delightful stone cottage forming part of an attractive terrace in the much admired Eagley Bank conservation area.
Shake off your brolley in the entrance vestibule and step into the welcoming living room. An open fire set against a soft green finished chimney breast takes centre stage. Either side, built-in shelving units reminiscent of the period blend with the original deep coving, skirtings and dado rails. Double glazed sash windows with beautiful French shutters complete the look.
The original flagged flooring flows on through to the dining space where a wood burner stove provides another idyllic warm embracing space. The red limewashed chimney breast is offset perfectly against the lime plastered walls. Reclaimed timber shelves are built into the alcove with a complementing cupboard door and bench with wood storage below creating a rustic feel within a modernised space.
Slip through the doorway into the contemporary kitchen. White gloss wall and base units contrast boldly against a red granite worktop and upstand. Inset into the worktop is the sink with drainer grooves creating a seamless finish. A red Smeg fridge/freezer complements the space which also contains a range of integrated appliances including built-in double Smeg oven, dishwasher and induction hob with stainless steel extractor hood above. A white tiled splashback completes the modern look.
Step outside the stable door into a private enclosed patio with gated access leading to the rear parking area.
Back inside, follow the staircase to the first floor and slip left into the sanctuary of the master bedroom. Such a spacious room, it offers plenty storage within an array of fitted wardrobes and drawers along with a matching dressing table with inset mirror providing a perfect dressing area. Two sash windows with French shutters light the room and are further highlighted by the feature damask wallpaper in a heritage duck egg colour. Original timber floorboards give further character to the space.
Hidden behind the sliding door by the bed you will find the ensuite shower room and w.c.Moving on through the landing you will find a second bedroom looking out over the rear aspect. Neutrally decorated, this space is ready for you to add your own stamp. Currently used as an office there is space here for a single bedroom, or perfect for use as a nursery room.
Follow the corridor to the stylish contemporary bathroom which comprises of a recently fitted w.c, bath with shower above and a vanity unit providing additional storage. White ‘Metro’ style wall tiles contrast against the retro black and white tiled flooring and salmon pink wall colouring.
Take the staircase up to the second floor where you will find the third bedroom with two new skylight windows to the rear elevation. A private haven away from the rest of the house, the current owner utilises the space as a sitting/music room. There is plenty storage space up here two with two storage cupboards, one housing the boiler.
The location of this property is set within Eagley Bank, a charming conservation area well known for its quaint stone cottages which are mainly Grade ll listed. The area is conveniently located for transport links to Bolton Town Centre and close to excellent amenities including shopping, schools and leisure facilities.
Come and view Park Row and fall in love with its charm!
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