Set just off the main road, beneath the sweeping branches of an elegant silver birch tree, is Number 112, Bradshaw Road.
A modern style home, built from Accrington stock brick, pull up onto the neat, block paved driveway, where a neat lawn sits behind hedging.
Slate paving leads to the door and around both sides of the house. To the left, a bench is set against the red brick of the home, festooned by the green leaves of wisteria – ready to burst into brilliant pink and white blossoms in the spring.
Step through the front door and into the porch. Welcome home.
Emerge into a light-filled, warm and welcoming entrance hall where rich mahogany flooring extends through and into the kitchen-diner to the left.
Ahead, white, spindled stairs, carpeted in grey lead up to the first floor, while the lounge lies to the right.
Follow the open-plan flow through into the kitchen-diner, a true family room, and hub of the home. Gather around the large, central table and enjoy shared laughter and meals with family and friends - especially great for festive fun at Christmas.
Berry red, glossy red, handleless units add cheer and warmth to this convivial room, brimming with storage space.
Secreted within, discover an array of integrated appliances including microwave, dishwasher and oven. Within the iridescent black worktops, a four-burner gas hob is set.
To the right, sneak a peek into the utility room; the ideal place for a washer-dryer.
Rich mahogany makes way for light, engineered oak, continuing through to the garden room.
Situated at the rear of the home, this versatile room has served as a playroom, games room for teenagers, a home office, a quiet snug lounge and even a fifth guest bedroom.
A fantastic multi-functional space which can be adapted to suit a family’s needs. With stunning views over – and access out to – the private gardens, it’s easy to see why this is such an ‘in demand’ room. It even comes with easy access to the downstairs shower room, located just to the side.
Returning to the entrance hall, come through to the right of the front door into the sumptuous sitting room.
The roaring open fireplace lends additional warmth and welcome in the winter months. In spring the colourful gardens put on their best show through the large windows, which offer brightness and cheer.
Take the stairs up to the first floor to discover the four double bedrooms, ready to serve up sweet dreams to all the family.
Emerge onto a large, light-filled landing, where the master bedroom is located to the right.
So bright and airy, two large windows draw the afternoon and evening sun through. Soak up views over the gardens from this capaciously sized bedroom.
Built-in wardrobes hide the clutter, with ample space for additional furniture. Enjoy the peace and tranquility that this spacious, comfortable room affords.
To the rear, slightly detached and therefore sound-proofed to some extent from the rest of the bedrooms is bedroom two.
Large and filled with light courtesy of windows to two sides, this super-king-size room can comfortably accommodate a double bed and additional sofa bed.
Located at the front of the house, bedrooms three and four are comfortably sized double bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobes.
Embellished by the same warm, neutral ‘ready to move in’ tones as the rest of the house, one of these bedrooms is currently used as a home office.
To the furthest corner of the upper floor, discover a comprehensive family bathroom.
Amply lit by two large windows, this crisp, white, fully tiled bathroom features a bath, WC and wash basin.
If a potential five bedrooms are not enough to serve your growing family’s needs, fear not. Situated on a large, triangular plot Number 112 Bradshaw Road could be extended, subject to planning approval.
This plot consists of front and rear, large gardens. So peaceful and private, you’d never know Bradshaw Road was so close at hand.
Enjoy breakfast in the back garden, in the morning sun, and take lunch and dinner on the patio – a great space for barbecuing and entertaining.
As the sun moves around to the side and front of the house in the afternoon, catch the late evening rays from the bench at the front as the sun sets over Rigby Meadows. Overhead, fragrant pink and white wisteria intertwine, flowering at slightly different times.
There is also a large wooden shed roughly the size of a garage and a small steel shed for stashing the gardening tools.
Out and about
Discover a range of pubs and restaurants in nearby Harwood, Hawkshaw and Affetside. Only five minutes’ walk away is the village of Harwood, replete with Morrisons supermarket, local pubs and all the facilities you need.
Fabulously located for families, there are a number of excellent schools in walking distance including St Maxentius and Hardy Mill as well as Canon Slade and Turton School.
For travel and transport, hop on a bus to Bolton or walk to Bromley Cross station - only 10 minutes away. From the house, you can be in the centre of Manchester within 40 minutes.
Best of all, Number 112 Bradshaw Road is at the heart of some fantastic walks and open countryside.
Across the road the Rigby meadows stretch out enticingly. Amble alongside Bradshaw Brook and take the path to Jumbles reservoir along the Kingfisher trail.
Perfect for marathon training, runners can clock up the miles along Jumbles, Wayoh and Entwistle reservoirs.
In another direction, walk, traffic free, across fields with stunning views of the West Pennine Moors up to Affetside, Hawkshaw and Peel Tower above Ramsbottom.
For a growing family, seeking spacious open-flow living, with access to great schools and the best countryside Bolton has to offer, Number 112 Bradshaw Road is the dream.
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