Nestled amidst the greenery, amenities and nature reserves of Smithills, discover a unique and welcoming four-bedroom family home along Grizedale Close.
Welcome to Number 29, a sumptuously sized, symmetrically fronted detached home set along a quiet close and behind a neatly trimmed thatch of front lawn, bordered by shrubbery.
Pull along the broad driveway, where there is also a large garage for parking your prized motor.
Make your way to the front door, stepping through into a handy porch, ideal for shedding shoes and coats before continuing through into the entrance hall.
Large, glossy tiles extend underfoot, complemented by the elegant feature wallpaper ahead. Freshen up in the handy cloakroom on the left, furnished with WC and wash basin. Ahead, a grey, carpeted staircase rises to the first floor, but for now flow through the door to the right.
On trend grey notes adorn the sitting room, with a stylish, geometrically-designed feature chimney breast hosting a contemporary glass fronted living flame fire.
Cosily carpeted, light streams into this room from broad windows to the front and rear, where French doors open out onto the patio beyond, perfect for inviting a refreshing breeze indoors in summertime. Let the fun flow outside for barbecues and alfresco dining in the sunshine.
Across the entrance hall step through to the hub of the home, the sleekly styled family dining kitchen where glossy white units with gleaming chrome handles provide plenty of storage for pots, pans, plates and more. Contrasting tones dress the bank of ovens which sit centrally within the cabinetry, whilst an integrated microwave, induction hob with designer tilted extractor hood and wine chiller also help to serve up a feast for family and friends. Note the plinth lighting and sprinkling of spotlights inset within the ceiling, whilst a vertical designer radiator issues warmth throughout.
Double doors opening out to the patio create a seamless flow between entertaining spaces, with a utility room tucked away to the side for storing your laundry, washer and dryer away out of sight.
When slumber calls, return to the entrance hall and take the carpeted staircase with its glass balustrade up to the tastefully wallpapered first floor landing, where four dreamy bedrooms await.
Peep through the door on the right, into a stylish single bedroom where the textured effect of the sitting room chimney breast is reflected along a feature wall to the bed head. Carpeted and cosy, wake up to morning views out over the garden.
Also tucked away to the rear of the home is a large guest bedroom with a boutique hotel feel courtesy of the panelled feature wall and wall-mounted bedside lighting. Dressed in varying tones of grey for balance and contrast, this soothingly styled bedroom, carpeted in creamy tones underfoot, is a wow factor for guests.
Soaking up sunny views over the peaceful close, the master bedroom is set to the front of the home.
Featuring a motif panelled wall to the head of the double bed, the room is dressed in a neutral palette, benefitting from a wall of glossy, fitted wardrobes and drawers. Elegantly illuminated by designer lighting above the bedside tables and bed, this is five-star luxury at home.
Also overlooking the front, a fourth bedroom, dressed in muted tones could also make the perfect nursery or home office.
Sink into bliss in the luxurious family bathroom, warmed by a gleamingly chic vertical radiator set high on the wall. Three tones of tiles contrast and create a spa-style feeling of luxury, patterned with a shimmering finish behind the contemporary freestanding tub with wall-mounted tap and showerhead attachment. Sit back and soak, and steal an hour’s peace to yourself, catching up on your favourite shows on the television, inset within the wall.
Take a morning spritz in the walk-in double width shower with rainfall head. Above the wall-mounted wash basin is a large, LED sensor mirror, with a WC handy too.
Returning downstairs, step outside onto the patio, running the width of the house. Paved steps lead up to the lush lawn, where there is ample space for children and pets to play about in safety; the garden securely gated to both sides. Raised borders provide architectural interest in their planting, offering the opportunity to inject your own personality into the outdoor space at Number 29.
Out and about
Nestled on the cusp of Smithills and Heaton, Number 29 could not be better placed to enjoy all the walks, amenities and leisure facilities that await close by.
Pull on your walking boots and make your way to nearby Doffcocker lodge nature reserve, Bolton’s first nature reserve set on the site of a disused reservoir and a haven for wildlife. Walks abound in all directions; for a day’s adventuring, head in the direction of the West Pennine moors and Rivington’s Winter Hill and on into Houghton. Popular with cyclists, runners and walkers, High Rid reservoir is also close by.
Get to know the locals at Bob’s Smithy Inn or mingle and dine at the Victoria Inn.
Commuters are ideally placed only a couple of miles from Bolton town centre and easy access via train to Manchester.
Stock up on the essentials; there is a convenience store, gift shop, hairdressers, florist, coffee shop and butchers less than five minutes’ drive away – easily accessed in around ten minutes on foot.
Families are well-positioned with Markland Hill and Church Road primary schools within ten-15 minutes’ walking distance and a number of fine secondary and independent schools close by.
For a stylish family home, with ample space for children and pets to play in the secure, spacious, sunny garden, in an area brimming with nature and walks, book your viewing for Number 29, Grizedale Close today.