Only five minutes’ walk to Walmsley Primary School, without encountering a road to cross, No. 23, Shorefield Mount, seated primly behind a traditional front lawn and crisply clipped topiary planting, is ideally placed for families.
Pull up along the driveway, where a spacious double-length garage with electric door awaits, prior to making your way to the side entrance.
Step inside, into an inner hallway, where the WC is on hand to the right for freshening up.
Immediately to the left is a bright kitchen, with wood-effect flooring underfoot, harmonising with the wooden units that surround. Brimming with drawers and cupboard space, inset appliances include an oven with gas hob above and hidden extractor fan. Full height splashback tiles protect the walls. There is also room for a freestanding washing machine, fridge-freezer and part-integrated dishwasher, with space for a breakfasting table for casual dining. Light streams in through the large internal window, now looking through to the conservatory extension beyond.
Continuing ahead from the inner hallway, step through onto the carpeted floor of the lounge, where light provided by wall sconces and ceiling lighting is aided by natural illumination flowing through the front window overlooking the neat garden.
Traditional chair railing skirts the walls, while a stone hearth and fireplace with inset shelving and mantlepiece provide storage for your Sky box and television.
Step through the archway to the rear and continue into the dining room, where sliding doors draw light in from the sunny conservatory beyond.
Spacious and drenched in sunlight, the conservatory offers an additional area in which to entertain, dine and relax; perfect in the summer months, when you can throw open the French doors and let the good times spill outside with a barbecue on the patio.
Returning through the living room, sneak a peek at the accessible downstairs double bedroom, overlooking the front garden.
Three further bedrooms await upstairs; return to the hallway and take the stairs up to the first floor.
Overlooking the front garden, a bright double bedroom, dressed in neutral tones features fitted furniture above and to either side of the bed, ideal for storing all your clothes and shoes.
Across the way, refresh and unwind in the contemporary bathroom, where fitted furniture encompasses the WC and wash basin, providing plentiful storage for toiletries and maintaining a streamlined flow. Freshen up for the day in the large walk-in shower.
To the rear, two further bedrooms await, with fitted furniture and views over the garden below.
Finally, to the front, opposite the master bedroom there is a handy study, perfect for those looking to work from home, or perhaps for use as a sewing room or nursery.
Returning downstairs, step outside and explore the expanse of garden that awaits you at No. 23 Shorefield Mount.
Step out of the conservatory and pull up a lounger on the stone patio, a sheltered sun trap, protected by the red brick wall of the garage, lined with trellis to allow for climbing plants to wind their way up.
Borders filled with flowers, mature shrubs and trees are a feature throughout the lovingly tended front and rear gardens at No.23 Shorefield Mount.
Step down from the patio onto the lush lawn, where a path to the left-hand side leads down along the bordered fence, where trees and bushes provide privacy from the neighbouring property and to a lower patio with sheds for storage and a summer house complete with lighting and electrical sockets.
Out and about
Nestled back from Blackburn Road, in popular Egerton, on the cusp of Bromley Cross, No. 23 Shorefield Mount is perfectly placed for all the local amenities, leisure facilities and schools.
Situated close to Jumbles Country Park, spend a morning strolling about the shores of the reservoir, stopping off for coffee and cake at Jumbles Country Park Café. The perfect way to while away a few hours in the pleasant company of your family or canine companion.
Walmsley C of E Primary School is only a ten-minute walk away without the need to cross a main road (or a couple of minutes in the car), making No. 23 Shorefield Mount a desirable home for families with younger children. Egerton Park with its play facilities is also around 15 minutes’ walk away.
Nearby Bromley Cross is brimming with boutique shops, butchers, beauticians and more. Discover larger supermarkets within a mile and a half of the doorstep. Enjoy a drink or dinner out at popular local pubs, including the Spread Eagle and Brew House, Ciao Baby, or CIBO.
With versatile rooms ready to adapt to your family’s needs, No. 23 Shorefield Mount offers a warm and inviting home with flexible light-filled living and a dream garden for children, in a popular and pleasant neighbourhood.
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