Standing proudly amidst a row of stone terraced properties in the historical hamlet of Bradshaw Chapel sits number 86 Bradshaw Road. A recently extensively renovated spacious and high spec four-bedroomed three-storey home.
Notice the newly sand-blasted exterior as you step beneath the stone arched entrance through the prominant anthracite period door.
Enter into the warm and inviting reception room.
Light filters in through the sash window with additional lighting provided by the spotlights over head.
Tastefully decorated to a high standard throughout, the white washed walls provide a bright and modern look against the walnut timber flooring beneath foot.
Furniture is centred around a woodburner stove within the original stone fireplace and black cast iron radiators provide a historic/ contemporary twist.
Next door discover the contemporary, free-flowing kitchen-dining room: the true hub of the home.
Thoroughly modern in its sleek, handleless design, the gloss cupboards and built-in 'Neff' appliances, including integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher, oven, combination microwave and warming drawer, all melt into the walls and island for a clean-cut finish.
Topped with a complementary coloured white ''Quartz' worktop, the matching island unit houses the cooking hob great for those budding chefs who like to entertain. The 'Franke' sink and tap is nicely placed by the window looking out over the rear garden.
Central to the space, another original stone chimney breast provides a great feature against the bright white design.
There's plenty space too for a large dining table, above which hangs a modern pendant fitting to define the dining space.
Back in the living room, take the spindled staircase to the sleeping quarters.
A handy study area is neatly tucked beneath the stairs providing a great space to work from home.
To the left, push open one of many solid oak doors to discover the first of four spacious bedrooms. Clad in soft grey carpet, this cheerful room is the ideal place in which to lay your head down to rest.
Light floods through the sash windows to provide a bright and airy space. White French shutters are fitted to provide privacy. A built-in wardrobe provides space to hang your clothes.
Period features blend perfectly with the modern plastered walls. At the foot of the bed, an original stone chimney breast creates a warming focal point.
Across the way, a second double bedroom is currently set out as an additional living room providing great versatility on layout options, light and airy from the large sash window that looks out over the rear garden.
Timber original flooring provides a contrast to the bright white wall finish and another stone chimney breast provides a homely feature.
Next door, discover the family bathroom tastefully tiled with on-trend marble tiles with black inset fittings to the bath, sink and shower to complement the tiling.
The separate shower features a contemporary matt black grid wetroom screen. Above head, a feature pendant fitting by the sink provides a modern addition to the spotlighting and a black cast iron radiator and black matt heated towel rail completes the space.
Take the staircase to the second floor to discover two further spacious double bedrooms both with ensuite shower rooms.
Bedroom Three, looking over the front aspect has a large window fitted with French shutters and two velux style windows to the roof to flood in more light. Original beams to the vaulted ceiling and uplit wall lights add drama to the space.
Slip through to the ensuite where w.c, wall hung wash hand basin and shower cubicle are set against bright white tiling on the floor and walls.
Across the way, the near-identical Bedroom Four is of similar proportions and style, with two windows looking over the rear and again a matching ensuite. Both top floor bedrooms offer large mezzanine areas too.
With all these rooms, which will you choose?
Fitted with new comprehensive wiring and computer network cabling through-out, USB sockets and ‘Hive’ heating this is a home that combines technology and the elements to a clever degree. The extensive renovation also exceeds current building regulations with the installation of a new roof, new floors, fully insulated, freshly plastered walls, new plumbing and a new combination boiler. Ready for you to turn the key and move straight into.
From the kitchen, step outside into the landscaped rear garden, featuring a stone-built wall separating two Indian stone paved patio areas where there is plenty of space to enjoy parties with friends and family in the summer months.
Slatted timber fencing lines three sides with gated access at the end offering the option for private off road parking should you wish.
Out & About ...
Set within the local Bradshaw Conservation Area, the property is ideally placed close to Harwood Village with it's excellent amenities, highly regarded primary and secondary schools and Bromley Cross Train Station just a short walk away.
The idyllic location is also within a stones throw of the Kingfisher Trail leading to Bradshaw Hall Fisheries, Bradshaw Tennis and Cricket Club and the Jumbles Country Park.
For a characterful modern chic home, ideal for all the family, come and see Number 86 Bradshaw Road.