Cross the flagged front, past border of planting, to arrive at the white front door of this double fronted end stone cottage in the sought after area of Eagley Bank. Formally two separate cottages, knocked into one this home is surprisingly spacious throughout.
Step inside directly into the dining room where dark beamed ceilings give a glimpse of the properties past. The atmospheric grate set on a stone plinth is perfect for chilly winter nights.
Continue ahead, where the galley style kitchen awaits. In need of refurbishing this space is light and airy courtesy of two windows looking out onto the rear garden. A door provides access to the outdoors from here too.
Also off the dining room is the cosy living room, again with beamed ceiling and stone chimney breast. A door provides access to the side elevation.
A feature cast iron spiral staircase provides access to the private main bedroom.
Escape to your private sanctuary to this private master suite, light and bright courtesy of the front facing window and neutral décor.
Step through into the ensuite bathroom where you will find a retro pink three-piece suite consisting of w.c, pedestal sink and panelled bath set against ‘60’s style tiling.
Two further bedrooms are accessed via a separate open-tread staircase that leads from the dining room to the first floor landing. A neutrally decorated double looks out over the front aspect. Whilst to the rear a single bedroom looks over the rear. Also on this floor is the shower room.
Back in the living room follow the staircase down to the cellar which provides further space for storage beneath the arched ceiling or scope for conversion.
Outside, the quaint rear patio leads out onto a lawn with flourishing greenery lining the edges.
Out and about:
Stretch your legs and explore the local area.
Restaurants and eateries to suit all palates are nearby, head to CIBO for Italian cuisine or
Earthlings for a vegan feast.
Surrounded by walks and green spaces, pay a visit to Smithills Open Farm for some delicious
ice cream, or practise your putting at one of two nearby golf courses: Dunscar and Turton
Jumbles Country Reservoir is less than 15 minutes’ drive away for a spot of exercise in the
Bromley Cross station is only an eight-minute drive away for links to larger towns.
Quaint, cosy and ready for those looking for a renovation project to make their mark on.
Book your viewing of Eagley Bank today to find out more.