Occupying a premier spot in one of Heaton’s most prestigious postcodes is Number 135, New Hall Lane.
Situated only a stone’s throw from two of the area’s most sought-after primary schools - Markland Hill and St Thomas of Canterbury – this potential-filled family home is an absolute must-view.
Pull up, beneath the flaming boughs of a tall Japanese acer, onto the paved driveway, where there is parking for up to three cars to the front of a detached garage.
Pass the lush front lawn, flanked by a neat border of mature shrubs, before reaching the sheltered portico and cheery green front door.
Enter into a bright, white-washed entrance hall, with original parquet flooring underfoot. Light flows in through the original leaded light to the front.
A carpeted staircase leads up to the first floor, on the left. Beyond the staircase, a handy downstairs WC is nestled, fitted with ceramic tiling to the floor.
Follow your nose through to the kitchen.
Glossy white units contrast with dark grey ceramic tiling on the floor, their rich tones mirrored in the black worktops. Mosaic splashbacks unite these colours, with a refreshing blue note.
Admire the clever curve of the units and countertops as they hug the corner, leaving no sharp edges for children to catch themselves on.
Above the 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink, a window looks out onto the large expanse of garden to the rear, access to which is provided through a rear door.
Cook up a feast for family and friends: integrated appliances include a fridge-freezer, electric oven, gas hob and extractor. There is also plumbing for a washing machine.
Returning to the entrance hall, take the door leading to the open-plan lounge-diner.
Admire the lush greenery of the garden through the leaded bay-window to the front; plenty of room here for sofas and armchairs, tables and sideboards.
Laminate wood flooring stretches out through an archway to the dining room at the rear, where a set of glazed double doors invite the light in, leading out to a cosy conservatory with divine garden views.
Perfect for parties and summer dining, throw open the conservatory doors and embrace inside-out living in the sunshine.
Looking for extra space in which your family can grow? With a detached garage to the side and so much space to the rear, the potential to expand is an exciting prospect, subject to planning approval.
Take the greige carpeted staircase up to the landing of the first floor, where immediately to the right a refreshing bathroom awaits.
Bathed in light from the leaded window, gleaming white tiles fully line two walls, partially coating the remaining sides.
Pop your towel on the chrome heated rail to warm and sink into relaxation in the centrally filling, deep, bathtub; fitted with overhead shower.
A wash basin is set within a vanity unit, with an additional, fitted double-storage cupboard. A WC is located to the left of the staircase.
Spacious, sunny and filled with storage; the master bedroom is located directly opposite the stairs.
Fitted storage spans one wall, filled with cupboards, drawers and shelves.
A quintet of windows overlook the leafy, quiet lane to the front of Number 135, New Hall Lane.
Stepping out of the master bedroom, turn right to discover the serene second bedroom, peacefully set at the rear of the house.
Clad in cream carpet with views overlooking the colourful rhododendrons and emerald green lawn to the back, this room can easily accommodate a double bed.
Next door, a third bedroom completes the sleeping accommodation at Number 135, New Hall Lane.
Out and about
Location, location, location.
Located in Heaton’s premier area, at the bottom of the road discover fine dining at Retreat.
Take a walk to ‘Fanny’s’ and enjoy a drink with friends at their champagne bar.
For active families, there is plenty to explore. Pull on your walking boots and head towards the west Pennine moors, only 20 minutes’ walk away. Drop in at Bob’s Smithy for lunch in a countryside setting. High Rid Reservoir is also close by.
Ramble in the opposite direction, to the moors. On route to nearby Bolton town centre, there is also a David Lloyd gym.
For commuters, Number 135, New Hall Road is ideally placed between Bolton and Lostock train stations, for journeys north and south. Take the train and enjoy a day’s shopping in Manchester, from Lostock station.
Middlebrook is also only a mile and a half away, with all its supermarkets, shops and amenities.
For all the comforts of a family home in the countryside…so close to city links and great schools, 135 New Hall Lane is a must-see.
Book your viewing today to discover more.