Nestled behind a pretty box hedge on the quiet and leafy New Hall Lane you will find this lovely 1920's Victorian red brick semi-detached family home. Follow the neatly flagged driveway and stone steps up to the welcoming black front door of Number 45.
Step in through the front door into the entrance lobby then move on through to your left into the formal dining room. The subtly decorated tones are carried off via the oak timber flooring underfoot. The dining table is centred in front of an ornate ornamental fireplace. Above head, the period picture rails give a node to the properties past.
Push open the original solid wooden door and move on through to a light and airy living room. Painted above the picture rail in a period dark blue, this room creates a delightful space to relax with its bay window drawing in lots of natural light. An inset gas fire and stone surround provides the perfect focal point to centre your furniture around.
Move on through to the central hallway flooded with light from the window just by the half landing. Tucked beneath the original solid wood staircase is a handy store cupboard.
Spanning the length of the house is the kitchen diner. A combination of grey cabinets and white worktops create a fresh modern look. The stainless steel sink is placed by the window with an outlook of the garden. Beneath it space for a dishwasher and in the corner of the room there is space (and plumbing) for an American Fridge Freezer.
Slip through the archway into the cooking section of the kitchen. Sat by another window is the integrated oven with 4-ring gas hob and stainless steel extractor,
Decorated in pale yellow and white shades to complement the bird inspired wallcovering this room provides plenty space for all the family. Positioned on the oak laminate flooring just by the contemporary wall mounted radiator is the breakfast table. Central to the space is an ornamental cast iron fireplace.
Back in the hallway, follow the wooden staircase to the first floor. Straight ahead you will discover the spacious master bedroom. Decorated in greys & lilac to complement the patterned feature wall this bedroom provides a perfect sanctuary to lay down your head.
Next door, overlooking the rear garden is the second double bedroom. The stained timber floorboards underfoot contrast perfectly with the grey wall finish.
The third double bedroom, located to the front of the property is currently laid out as a nursery with neutral painted walls set against a blue carpet it is ideal to move straight into.
The modern bathroom, is located to the rear elevation. A P-shaped bath houses a modern shower and glazed screen above. The contemporary vanity sink comes complete with cupboards below. White Metro tiling to the walls teamed with soft yellow creates a crisp feel. Next door the separate w.c comes complete with Victorian W.C.
Step outdoors to discover the well maintained rear garden. A good sized patio offers plenty space for an outdoor table perfect for those summer barbecues. Beyond this are two tiered lawns surrounded by flourishing plant beds. To the front of the garden behind the hedge row is the front lawn with surrounding rockery and colourful shrubs. Accessed off the back is a handy utility room complete with plumbing and electric for washer and dryer.
Out and About:
This delightful Heaton property is situated within easy access to a host of amenities. For those who enjoy a stroll, the property is set just a few minutes walk from Doffcocker Lodge, or head on down to the local Heaton Coffee Shop just a stones throw away.
Families could not be better placed, with two of the most sought after local primary schools - Markland Hill and St Thomas of Canterbury – only a short walk away. The entrance to Bolton & Cleveland Private schools are just by the end of the road too.
For commuters, you’re ideally placed between Bolton and Lostock train stations, for journeys north and south along with the M61 Motorway network.
Middlebrook is also only a mile and a half away, with all its supermarkets, shops and amenities.