Nestled behind a pretty box hedge on the quiet Sutherland Road, you will find this lovely 1920's Victorian red brick semi-detached family home. Follow the neatly paved driveway up to the welcoming white front door of Number 45.
Step into the entrance hall then move on through to your left into a light and airy living room. Painted in a soft grey/ blue, below the picture rail, this room creates a delightful space to relax with its bay window drawing in lots of natural light. An inset gas fire and stone surround provides the perfect focal point to centre your furniture around.
Step through next door into the formal dining room. The subtly decorated tones are carried off via the oak laminate flooring underfoot.
Flow through from the dining area to discover the modern extended kitchen to the rear of the home.
A combination of white 'Shaker' style cabinets and drawers topped with a white worktop create a fresh contemporary look. The stainless steel sink and drainer is placed by the window with an outlook of the garden. Centred to the left-hand side of the kitchen is the 4-ring gas hob with concealed extractor providing a seamless look against the white 'Metro' tiles. Integrated appliances include, a built-in double oven and dishwasher. There is space too for a freestanding fridge freezer.
Next door, a handy utility room provides plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer with convenient access to the rear garden.
Back in the hallway, follow the staircase to the first floor. To the left, you will discover the master bedroom. Decorated in greys to complement the rest of the house, this bedroom provides a perfect sanctuary to lay down your head.
Peep through to the ensuite shower room complete with wash hand basin and glazed shower enclosure.
Across the way, are two further bedrooms overlooking the rear garden. Both neutrally decorated, and ready to move straight into.
Completing the first floor, is a modern 3-piece bathroom.
Light pours through the window reflecting off the cream tiled walls and flooring to give a crisp clean feel to this contemporary space. A built-in bath houses a modern shower and glazed screen above and feature tiling. A stainless steel heated towel rail is on hand to warm towels.
Back on the landing, follow the staircase to the second floor converted loft where the fourth bedroom awaits. Ideal for teenagers or perhaps use as an office for those who work from home.
Step outdoors to discover the well maintained rear garden. A good sized patio offers plenty space for an outdoor table perfect for those summer barbecues. With built-in plant bedding areas and timber shed for storage.
This delightful Heaton property is situated within easy access to a host of amenities. For those who enjoy a stroll, the property is set just a few minutes walk from Doffcocker Lodge, or head on down to the local Heaton Coffee Shop just a stones throw away.
Families could not be better placed, with two of the most sought after local primary schools - Markland Hill and St Thomas of Canterbury – only a short walk away. The entrance to Bolton & Cleveland Private schools are just by the end of the road too.
For commuters, you’re ideally placed between Bolton and Lostock train stations, for journeys north and south along with the M61 Motorway network. Middlebrook is also only a mile and a half away, with all its supermarkets, shops and amenities.