Looking for a characterful yet modern cottage in a popular location?
Pop along to see this delightful stone cottage forming part of an attractive terrace in the much admired Eagley Bank conservation area.
Light, bright and brimming with rustic features and chocolate-box-cottage charm, Number Six, Playfair Street emanates warmth and welcome.
Park up and cross the flagged front, to arrive at the heritage green front door of this beautifully presented mid-stone cottage.
Inside, light streams through the glazed panel and into the dainty porch, through a glass brick wall into the lounge.
Step through into the cosy living room. Whitewashed walls create an open and bright feel, whilst original stained floorboarding adds a sense of warmth. The atmospheric multi-fuel fireplace, is perfect for chilly winter nights.
Modern wall and pendant lighting aids the natural light which streams in through the front double glazed sash window, creating a sunny and cheerful space.
Continue ahead into the kitchen/ diner, where cream metro-style splashback tiles top the teak counters. Beneath, arranged in an L-shape are glossy base cabinets along with space for a freestanding 5-ring 'Smeg' style oven. A Belfast sink sits by the window looking out onto the rear patio. Cleverly designed within an old archway lies additional cupboard and drawer space. There's space to for your dining table too.
A blue glazed door leads through to a utility where there is plumbing for a washing machine and space for a freestanding fridge/ freezer. The door leads from here to the garden.
Back in the kitchen, follow the stone steps down into the cellar where white walls glow against the tongue and groove ceiling. With heat and light and a window to the front, this space is currently utilised as a home office and second reception room but could also be an occasional 3rd bedroom. There's a log burner too for extra warmth during the winter months.
Back in the kitchen, climb the staircase to the first floor.
Turn left to discover the sumptuous spacious main bedroom. Striking blue walls team with the feature wallcovering to create a calming double bedroom to rest your head. Hang your clothing in the bespoke walk-in wardrobe to the back of the bedroom which has access to the attic; part boarded for extra storage space..
Overlooking the rear garden is the second double bedroom, with neutral decoration ready for you to make your mark.
Also to the rear, a traditional style bathroom comes complete with w.c, wash hand basin and freestanding bath with contemporary shower fittings. White tiling with dark grey grouting brings a fresh modern twist against the white with black diamond flooring.
A heated rail is on hand to keep your towels nice and toasty.
Step outside into a quaint patio area where there is room for a bistro table to enjoy your morning coffee against a run of flourishing plant beds. There's a handy shed too for stashing all those garden tools.
Beyond the gate, is the rear garden complete with well kept lawn with hedge borders. Next to it, a detached garage with driveway parking for two cars. On street parking is also available at the front.
Out & About:
Stretch your legs and explore the local area. Pubs, restaurants and eateries to suit all palates are nearby.
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 Golf Clubs. Eagley Cricket & Tennis Club is just a short walk away too.
Jumbles Country Reservoir is less than 15 minutes’ drive away for a spot of exercise in the open countryside.
Bromley Cross station is only an eight-minute drive away for links to larger towns.
Quaint, cosy, evocative...Set over 3 floors, Number Six Playfair Street is a deceptively spacious cottage, bigger than most others on the street with the added benefit of a garden, driveway and garage too. Call today and book your viewing!