Looking for the perfect family home in the highly desirable heart of leafy Egerton?
Then you’ve come to the right place.
Lovingly renovated and extended with excellence to the highest standards, 64 Longworth Road offers so much more than you could ever imagine on first glance.
So much more than the pretty little bungalow it appears from the outside, step inside and prepare for the biggest surprise…
Park up at the front of the house, where there is space for five cars in addition to a garage.
Step inside, through a handy porch, into the long entrance hall that leads to the large open plan living area to the rear of the house.
Follow the carpeted corridor along with an Alice in Wonderland sense of anticipation, before emerging into a breathtakingly open family kitchen-diner-lounge that seems to defy physics!
Stylishly designed to embrace the needs of modern, family life, this open-plan room flows through three main sections.
Directly ahead, the kitchen stretches back in an L-shape of glossy grey, soft-closing, handleless units. Housed within are two ovens, a microwave and steam oven, induction hob, dishwasher, sink and large American-style larder fridge freezer.
A large five-seater breakfast bar contains a wine chiller and deep pan drawers, providing the perfect place in which to perch and enjoy a glass of wine and chatter with the chef as dinner is prepared.
Underfoot, wide, white porcelain tiles gleam beneath the overhead inset-spotlighting. Warmth emanates from the designer matt-finish vertical radiators.
Before a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows and bifold doors, which allow for a free-flow of natural light, a large dining table is set.
OWNER QUOTE: “It’s great for entertaining. In summer we open the bi-folding doors out onto the patio and garden area.”
Tucked into the cosiest corner of the room, textured tiling frames a feature log-burner, opposite which a corner sofa is faced. Bury your feet into the plush pile of the soft grey carpet and sink into the sofa for an evening’s entertainment with the family.
OWNER QUOTE: “I love it in winter when it’s cold and frosty outside and we have the log fire burning away.”
Three distinct spaces all intertwined as one, allowing togetherness.
Sneak a peek through to the utility where there is plumbing for a washer-dryer, an extra sink and a downstairs WC. There is also access through to the garage.
Peep through to one of four bedrooms concealed within the walls of this wonder-house; so much bigger on the inside!
Located to the left of the entrance corridor, just before the kitchen ahead, this bright and neutrally decorated bedroom overlooks the front of the home. Fitted with a large set of mirrored-wardrobes and lined in plush carpet, this bedroom also has a television point.
Another remarkably spacious bedroom is set to the right of the front door. Clad in soft grey carpet and illuminated by inset spotlighting, this warm and welcoming front bedroom could even serve as an extra sitting room should you desire.
Before heading upstairs to sneak a peek at the rest of the bedrooms, peep through at the bathroom, located next door to the family kitchen.
Grandly-sized, this bathroom contains a wet-room style walk-in shower with alcoves for toiletries and separate bath with showerhead attachment.
Sumptuously tiled from floor to ceiling in cool graphite grey, with a textured panel of contrasting tones down the centre, where better to refresh and relax? Spacious enough for all the family…
Take the oak and glass balustrade staircase up to a light and bright landing, where the plush grey carpet extends to all the upstairs bedrooms.
Immediately to the left, discover a light-filled bedroom, currently used as a study, quietly overlooking the stunning rear garden of the home.
Across the way, another bedroom sits beneath the slope of the roofline for a cosy feel; every child’s dream bedroom.
Each room is revealed through a quality oak door; step through the middle doorway to glimpse the elegantly-styled master suite.
Spotlighting from above illuminates this spacious bedroom, decorated in soft tones with a feature wall of lavender behind the bed.
French doors open up on the left to a Juliet balcony, providing views out over the garden and cricket field beyond as far as Winter Hill and the Darwen moors.
To the right, eaves storage is accessed through an oak door, set next to a dressing table, discreetly tucked away.
Select the perfect outfit from your own walk-in wardrobe, ready to wear after a refreshing spritz in the shower of the ensuite.
The ultimate sanctuary. Slate, textured tiles coat the walls, with glossy white porcelain underfoot.
Rinse away the cares of the day beneath the rainfall drench of the walk-in full-width shower to the right where a textured granite style wall adds a spa-hotel feel. Or soak away in a bubble haze in the bathtub set on the left.
Built-in storage comes as standard beneath the wide and stylish wash basin, also housing the WC to the left. An impressive LED mirror is fitted above.
Family friendly on every level, the garden at Number 64 is ideal for all ages.
Beyond the bifolds of the family room, a large, Indian paved patio is ideal for barbecues and alfresco dining in the summertime.
Stone steps lead up to an evergreen lawn of artificial turf; safe and practical for kids and pets alike.
Follow the paved pathway to a rear patio, flanked by raised borders filled with shrubs and blooms.
At the rear, discover a summer house with electrics and TV points and even space for a hot tub. There is also a shed and wood storage alongside access directly out of the back to the cricket ground.
Out and about
In the local area in and around Egerton, there are walks to be had and so much countryside to be discovered. Head to the right to discover Belmont Reservoir and Delph Sailing Club.
Enjoy the best of Britain during the summer months and watch a traditional village cricket match on the green to the rear of the house.
Superbly situated for those with school-aged children, there is an array of educational establishments in the vicinity. Walmsley and Egerton primary schools are close by while for older children Turton High School and Canon Slade School are close.
Dine out at one of the many nearby eateries including gastro pub the Thomas Egerton, or the Cross Guns for casual tapas-style dining. Ciao Baby Italian restaurant is also only five-minutes’ walk from the doorstep.
Grab brunch or a takeaway pastry treat from one of the local cafes – Relish or Bakers – or even pick up fast food from one of the local takeaways.
In addition to local newsagents and off-licenses, there is a Co-op in Bromley Cross alongside a post office and Sainsbury’s, accessible in a quick five-minute drive. For Morrisons, head to Harwood, only ten-minutes away by car.
With so much to do, so close at hand, 64 Longworth Road is a versatile, surprisingly spacious, warm and welcoming forever home, designed for the modern family.
Book your viewing today.