Just a short walk from the delightful village of Bromley Cross and all of its shops, cafes and amenities, discover the ultimate contemporary family home along Somersby Drive.
Park up on the driveway of Number 40, Somersby Drive, where there is ample room for two cars in front of a large, integral garage. Manicured lawn topped by shrubbery guides your way to the front door.
Enter into a light porch, the perfect vestibule in which to shed your shoes and coat. A doorway leads through to the integral garage from here, useful when unloading the car in inclement weather and also offering the potential for an extra reception room.
Step through into a light-filled and welcoming open-plan lounge, which leads on to a dining room at the rear.
Gather the family together on the comfy sofas around the living flame gas fire, encased in an oak-effect surround. Decorated in muted tones with feature woodland wallpaper, an attractive duck egg blue harmonises with the soft furnishings and curtains creating a stylish and sumptuous feel.
Carry on through the carpeted, ‘Z-shaped’ room into an open-plan dining area, where the contemporary spotlighting and woodland decorative notes continue.
Conveniently located at the hub of the home, the dining area is a natural congregating point for all the family, close to the kitchen, lounge, set beside the staircase and also leading on to the sunny garden room.
Sneak a peek through to the Queenline fitted kitchen, where a comprehensive collection of Bosch appliances is housed within the U-shaped light oak units.
In addition to an integrated double oven, induction hob, dishwasher and fridge-freezer, there are plentiful drawers and cupboards for all the essential utensils and cookware.
Step through into the garden room extension, filled with light courtesy of the numerous windows, French doors and duet of Velux windows overhead.
Glass doors and the original external kitchen window draw the light from the garden room through to the inside of the home, for a bright and welcoming feel.
Enjoy the peace and privacy of a second, separate living room area, soaking up the glorious garden views that really set this home apart.
Open the doors and step out into summertime, with dinner enjoyed alfresco on the decking, surrounded by greenery and blue skies.
Returning indoors, take the stairs up from their neat corner of the dining room, returning at the half landing to arrive at a carpeted landing, from where, three warm and inviting bedrooms await.
Immediately on the left, decorated in colourful pastel leaf print wallpaper, the third bedroom looks out over the quiet drive to the front.
Storage-laden, fitted wardrobes sleekly dress the walls to the side of and above the single bed. Across, further fitted storage includes drawers and alcoves for books.
Across from the head of the stairs is bedroom two, spacious and also overlooking the front.
Stylishly decorated, feature wallpaper provides a colourful backdrop to the classic off white tones and sandy coloured carpet. Fitted, light oak, wardrobes provide plentiful storage once more.
Wake up every morning to ever-changing views over to Winter Hill from the master bedroom, located to the rear of the home.
Naturally fitted with an array of built-in wardrobes, bedside tables and drawers, this spacious bedroom also boasts its own private ensuite.
Revive, refresh and simply unwind in the fully tiled shower room, featuring a Grohe shower, wash basin, WC and heated towel rail.
Providing refreshment and relaxation to the whole family, the main bathroom is located next door to the master suite.
Storage is once again in abundant supply, with fitted cupboards and shelving concealing the cistern of the WC and encasing the wash basin.
Light flows in through a wide window, opposite a large bath with overhead Grohe shower, ideal for a relaxing evening soak.
Also accessible from the top floor is a large, fully boarded and shelved loft, easily accessed via a drop-down ladder. Storage really is second to none in this home.
Returning downstairs, step out into the low-maintenance garden. Sit on the decking with a cool drink in the summertime, listening to the relaxing notes of the water feature and admiring the plants.
Inset lighting within the decking casts illumination on the stone patio to the side and out across the lawn to the colourful and varied planting.
A gated, cedar fence provides privacy and security, while storage even extends to the outdoor space at Number 40 Somersby Drive; two well-kept cedar sheds are ideal for garden furniture and tools.
Out and about
Only moments’ walk from the centre of the rural village of Bromley Cross, there is a wealth of amenities right on your doorstep.
Enjoy dinner out at one of the lovely local restaurants including Retreat or the Railway. Only a short drive away in Egerton are renowned Italian restaurants Ciao Baby and Cibo, for a change of scene and cuisine.
Co-op, Sainsbury’s and several small shops occupy the centre of Bromley Cross village, alongside a selection of pubs and other eateries.
Families are well placed, with both Turton and Canon Slade secondary schools nearby, while Eagley Infants and Junior School and St John’s R.C. Primary are only a short walk away.
For those looking to commute, Bromley Cross Railway Station is only minutes away, for links to larger stations and onward journeys.
For families searching for the perfect home to grow their brood, in a convenient, rural location surrounded by handy amenities and schools – and brimming with storage – Number 40, Somersby Drive, awaits.