Set along one of Bolton’s most prestigious roads, No. 1, Lamphey Close strikes an imposing pose along a private cul-de-sac of three substantial properties.
Just off Victoria Road in Heaton, surrounded by picturesque country vistas, aspiration living comes wrapped up in rurality.
Pulling up along the broad driveway, greenery envelops No. 1, Lamphey Close, with lawn, colourful borders of spring planting and established laurel hedging and mature trees providing a screen of privacy.
Park up in the double garage or on the driveway, where there is space for three or four cars, before making your way to the attractive portico entrance, which provides great symmetry to the front of the home.
With only one owner in its 31-year history, No. 1, Lamphey Close is a rare gem of a family home, blessed with five double bedrooms to provide plenty of space for a growing family.
Double doors open from within the porch, delivering you through into the large, open entrance hallway, where polished hardwood, herringbone flooring extends underfoot. Ahead, the wooden staircase, with its ornately turned spindle, curves upwards to the left.
Freshen up in the convenient cloakroom, located on the right; tiled and fitted with wash basin and WC.
Slip through the doorway to the left, into a lavishly sized living room. Extending the full width of the home, light serenades the space from multiple windows to the front, side and rear. Hardwood flooring underfoot gleams in the sunlight, whilst an open fire issues warmth and welcome, particularly in wintertime, when the festive ambience is tangible.
An ideal entertaining room, French doors open to a patio to the rear, with views over the valley to Cheshire on a clear day. Spill outside in the summer months and enjoy barbecues and alfresco dining with family and friends.
Across the way, sneak a peek at the study, ideal for those working from home, this carpeted and bright office room overlooks the front driveway, allowing you to keep an eye out for parcels and important deliveries while you work.
Directly ahead from the entrance hall, the formal dining room awaits. Light streams in through the large bay window, while the dado rail, an original feature in many rooms at No. 1, Lamphey Close, adds an air of refinement, creating an atmospheric room for formal feasting and celebrations. Through the large bay window soak up views over towards Warrington and Frodsham Hill.
Why not consider opening up this formal dining room into the kitchen, located next door?
Contemporary and sleek in its design, tiled flooring lies underfoot, with modern spotlighting overhead complemented by low hanging pendant lights above the central island breakfast bar. Warmth ensues from the designer vertical radiator, its anthracite grey tones the perfect balance for crisp white and charcoal grey cupboard and drawer units. Storage is plentiful; with ample space for all your culinary essentials in the surrounding cabinetry and within the deep drawers of the central island.
Enjoy casual dining at the breakfast bar, with a range of appliances on hand to assist in creating all your family favourites, including a conventional oven, a combination oven with microwave, induction hob, dishwasher, wine chiller and full height fridge and freezer. Built-in recycling bins help keep this kitchen clean and clutter free.
Tucked away in a separate utility room, further storage cabinets can be found, alongside a second sink and plumbing for washer and dryer.
Enjoy garden views, whatever the season, in the sunny conservatory, nestled off the kitchen. Underfloor heating ensures this room can be enjoyed year-round, with direct access out to the garden beyond.
Returning to the entrance hall, take the wooden, carpeted staircase past the stained-glass window on the turn, to the first-floor landing, where five spacious double bedrooms lie in store.
Discover the master bedroom, a capacious and bright bedroom, carpeted and with elegant woodland themed wallpaper in shimmering silver and white.
A wall of built-in ash wardrobes provides plentiful storage for all your clothing and other essentials; including your television. Overlooking the front, leafy trees and rhododendrons greet you through the window.
Freshen up in the large ensuite, tiled in white, and featuring a large corner bath, separate high-pressure shower and wash basin and WC fitted within a vanity unit.
A spacious family bathroom also contains a large bath, separate even larger shower and fitted furniture containing wash basin, WC and heated towel rail.
Four supplementary, sumptuous bedrooms offer a range of sleeping accommodation for all the family, with two double bedrooms tucked away to the rear; one of which is the large second bedroom, featuring an array of fitted furniture including shelving, a desk and also large wardrobes along one wall.
Two further double bedrooms lie to the front of the house, overlooking the colourful rhododendrons and outlying greenery. With so many spacious double bedrooms, there is plenty of space for all the family to have their own separate area.
Ideal for families outdoors as well as in, returning downstairs, step outside and into the lush and verdant garden.
Established over 30 years, with borders brimming with mature planting, this secret garden contains so many magical spaces to explore and enjoy.
Southwest facing, soak up the sunshine for much of the day on the decking and patio areas, or enjoy the shelter and shade of the mature trees. In springtime, a prominent acer tree blazes in fiery red leaf, before later turning green.
Enjoy barbecues with family and friends, or take a stroll down in the woodland glade to the bottom of the garden. Perfect for hide and seek, ball games and the simple delights of sitting with the newspaper or a glass of wine, private and not overlooked.
Out and about
Set in one of the most sought-after residential areas of Bolton, No. 1, Lamphey Close is so convenient for those looking to commute. Within easy reach of the ring road, the M61 is only two miles away.
Travel by rail into Manchester from Lostock Station, only a 15-minute walk away with its regular services delivering you into the city centre in roughly 20 minutes.
Bolton town centre is a mere three miles away, whilst Middlebrook Retail Park with its many shops, eateries and cinemas is only two miles away.
Families are perfectly placed, only two miles from the independent and highly acclaimed Bolton School, whilst the highly-rated Markland Hill Primary School is also close by.
Enjoy dinner out at the nearby Victoria Inn, very popular and within a ten-minute walk of home, whilst Bob’s Smithy is also in easy reach just up the hill.
Stretch your legs and enjoy the fresh air with a walk to the nearby Doffcocker Lodge nature reserve, whilst 20 minutes’ walk finds you on the West Pennine Moors in the direction of Winter Hill and Rivington Pike.
Pick up all your essentials from the local off licence and shop, ten minutes’ walk away. Of course, all the larger supermarkets are only a short drive away.
For a handsome, imposing home in an affluent area, with so much space indoors and out, No. 1, Lamphey Close offers versatile living with room for your family to grow.
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