Looking for a two-bedroomed home in Bromley Cross?
Set within a stones throw of local amenities is this immaculate stone-fronted terrace.
Step through the front entrance into a cosy living room. Neutrally decorated with crisp white walls and soft grey carpeting beneath foot, this space provides a great blank canvas for any buyer. Furniture is centred around the chimney breast which cleverly houses the T.V.
Head on past the stairs into the kitchen/ diner.
Modern grey gloss wall and base units are arranged in a handy L-shape topped with a white contrasting worktop. A matching breakfast bar sits by the radiator.
To one side, is an electric oven with halogen hob and stainless steel extractor . A contemporary grey sink and drainer sits by the window with plumbing for washing machine below. Neat 'Metro' grey/blue tiles line the worktop and the hob splash back to contrast with the dark grey flooring.
Beneath the stairs is a handy store room.
Move on through to the conservatory where there is space for dining and seating. UPVC French doors lead out onto the rear patio garden and flood the space with plenty natural light.
Head on upstairs to the main bedroom located to the front of the property. This cosy double room comes with feature damask wall covering in a soft duck egg tone perfectly complementing the carpeting. Two wall light points sit nicely either side of the bed. There's plenty space too for a large wardrobe.
To the rear elevation is the neutrally decorated second bedroom which looks out over the open green to the rear. There's space here for a single bed or perfect for a nursery or study.
Next door a modern 3-piece bathroom comes with contemporary tiling with light grey to the walls and dark grey to the floors. A shower sits above the bath with glazed screen. A heated towel rail provides a space for your towels.
Stepping outside, there is a enclosed patio, with open aspect to the rear and gated access leading out onto the back where you can find parking.
Step outside and explore the local area of Bromley Cross. In the village itself, discover a number of amenities including coffee shops, hairdressers, beauticians, alongside a Co-op and Sainsbury’s.
With a variety of pubs and restaurants within walking distance there is plenty of choice within half a mile’s walk in either direction. Why not try Earthlings vegan café, or Cibo Italian restaurant, only five minutes’ drive away.
Explore nearby Dunscar Woods, Eagley Brook, the moors over past Turton Tower to Edgworth or take a casual stroll to Jumbles Reservoir - there is no shortage of outdoor space in which to adventure with the family.
The Last Drop Village is just a few minutes walk away with Turton Golf Club just up the road too. Eagley Cricket Club and Dunscar Golf Club are both a similar distance away.
Local primary and secondary schools, Eagley Infants and Juniors, St Johns or Turton High School are all a short walk away and with great transport links by road and rail to both Bolton and Manchester.