For family living, in a super convenient spot, drive down by the side of the prestigious Bolton School, to discover number 121, Tudor Avenue.
Welcome - Pull up on the driveway or continue through the secondary gate and park beneath the covered car port, where there is plenty space for two cars.
Make your way to the front of the house, passing the front garden, screened from passers-by with a pretty box hedge row and Victorian red brick wall.
Step through the green painted timber door into the hallway of this generously proportioned semi.
Slip through the door to the left into the living room where a rustic wood burner provides comfort and warmth for those crisp winter evenings. A large bay window looks out over the front garden, illuminating the space. To the opposite end of the room, a large dining table provides space for all the family to enjoy evening meals by the patio doors, which lead out onto the sizeable rear garden.
Continue along the hall to discover the galley style breakfast kitchen to the rear of the home, where country style cream units are arranged opposite each other. Ceramic splashback tiles in similar hues to the terracotta on the floor sit above the dark worktops. A large ‘range’ style oven is positioned to one side with a stainless steel extractor above. Next to it, a stainless steel sink looks out over the side aspect, accessed via the stable door. Beneath the worktop, there is space for a freestanding fridge, freezer and plumbing for a washing machine.
To the end, a snug dining area has been created in the extension, with three windows providing lots of light along with views over the garden.
Back in the hallway, take the white spindled staircase up to the first floor, where three bedrooms await. The first bedroom to your left is a single, ready to accommodate a single bed leaving space for a wardrobe. The next room is your spacious main bedroom, dressed in soft mocha and cream hues with built-in wardrobes spanning the whole depth and a large bay window flooding light into the space. Continue to the third bedroom, another spacious double, this time overlooking the rear garden.
A white bathroom suite with separate w.c complete the first floor.
Head on out of the patio doors and explore your own garden oasis. The rear garden has its all: privacy, a patio to eat out or entertain, a verdant lawn for the little ones to play, a screened lounger area for sunbathing and a garden office, perfect for those who work from home.
Out and about
Families could not be better placed with Tudor Avenue placed between two of the most prestigious schools. Bolton School is literally across the road and Clevelands Preparatory School is just a short walk in the opposite direction. The sought after local primary schools - Markland Hill and St Thomas of Canterbury are also within a short walking distance too.
Take a walk to the legendary Victoria Inn, locally known as Fanny’s and indulge yourself at their champagne bar or enjoy a meal at the Retreat just up the road.
For commuters, you’re ideally placed between Bolton and Lostock train stations, for journeys north and south. For a day’s shopping in Manchester, the walk to Lostock station is a pleasant one; upon crossing Chorley New Road, walk along the cycle path for 20-30 minutes.
Middlebrook is also only a couple of miles away, with all its supermarkets, shops and amenities.