In a quiet residential neighbourhood in Bromley Cross, discover the ultimate in family living: a home with great flow where room leads on to room.
Sought after setting
Along the peaceful cul-de-sac of Wrath Close, park up on the double driveway of No. 13. A golden gravel path leads to the sage green front door, alongside a front lawn and established shrubbery, providing a privacy screen between No. 13 and the home next door.
Stepping inside, sense the spaciousness of the home instantly as the long entrance hallway opens up, with understairs lighting adding illumination. Handy for visitors, a downstairs cloakroom with WC is nestled on the left, but for now, make your way through the light-amplifying, glazed double doors to the living room on the right.
Adorned in elegant Laura Ashley feature wallpaper, the living room exudes comfort and warmth, carpeted in buff tones underfoot and basking in light which flows in through the bay window to the front. Outside, the mature planting provides privacy and verdant views. On winter evenings, snuggle up in front of the multifuel fire, a homely feature in this capaciously-sized sitting room.
Flow through the archway into the dining room, a versatile space serving as its own distinct area whilst retaining an open feel and connection to both the living room and conservatory beyond. Enjoy formal feasts with friends and family, celebrations and occasions in here all year round.
A home with flow
Borrowed brightness is delivered through from the conservatory, accessed through glazed double doors. A fantastic entertaining space whatever the season, in summer throw open the French doors and let the fun flow out onto the decking beyond, for barbecues and alfresco dining. In wintertime, the wood-burning stove infuses the room with cosy warmth; the perfect refuge on those chilly December days.
Feast your eyes
Returning to the dining room, slip through into the utterly unique kitchen, where bespoke wooden units are painted in a tantalising teal tone, harmonising with the wooden panelling that runs along the lower walls in the open-plan dining-living area beyond. Wooden worktops make way for a freestanding oven, whilst cream metro splashback tiles offer a cool countenance in contrast to the refreshing cabinetry. Rinsing the pots is a pleasant task when rewarded with verdant garden views through the window above the sink. Bright and bold, savour views from the kitchen-living area and breakfast bar out over the garden beyond. French doors open out to the garden for an easy flow and instant connection to the outdoors. Beyond the breakfasting kitchen, there is access through to the utility room, plumbed for a washer and dryer and into a useful store room.
Returning to the entrance hall, take the carpeted stairs up to the to the first floor, opening the door directly ahead into the fourth bedroom. Framing leafy views out to the mature trees to the rear, this bedroom is dressed in soothing lemon tones with orange accents in the blinds and décor. Currently serving as a bedroom and containing fitted furniture, it is a peaceful room nestled away from the comings and goings of the cul-de-sac.
Next door, discover bedroom two, where country chic vibes are captured not only in the view over the garden behind but in the floral décor and rustic-feel distressed chalk painted furnishings. A soothing sanctuary and dreamy guest bedroom…friends and family will never want to leave.
Serving the guest bedrooms is a contemporary shower room nestled conveniently in the centre of the landing. Fully tiled, with rainfall shower, wash basin and WC, stash all your lotions and potions in the built-in vanity unit.
Next door, the master bedroom once again evokes the heritage of the countryside surroundings in its décor, a revitalising forest green to the walls and fawn carpet underfoot. With ample space for a super-king bed, sink into relaxation in the ensuite, where there is a wood-panelled bath with overhead shower, wash basin and WC. Modern tiling serves as a splashback protection around the bath and wash basin, whilst the remaining walls harmonise with the verdant tones in the bedroom.
Overlooking the front of the home, sneak a peek at the third bedroom, dressed in soft sage and blush pink tones, with cream carpet underfoot. Served by fitted furniture including bedside table, dressing table and wardrobes, this impeccably dressed bedroom currently accommodates a single bed.
A home ever in tune with its rural surroundings, slip outside from the conservatory onto the decking – ideal for entertaining, alfresco dining and general relaxation, or enjoy blissful rejuvenation in the hot tub, with built-in fridge and bar, nestled beneath the pergola with its vines and lighting.
Lawn extends to the boundary, fringed by the mature trees on the banking, where there is also a dedicated children’s play area, set on bark chippings, containing slide, swing and other apparatus.
Savour the serenity of the setting throughout the year, basking in the fragrance of the wisteria in early summer when the large hawthorn trees are in full bloom.
Another benefit of this stunning home is its fully insulated workshop, fully powered with electricity and only recently installed a year ago.
In the neighbourhood
The consummate family home, in addition to spacious rooms, a large garden and quiet cul-de-sac setting, No. 13 is also in close proximity to a number of excellent local schools. Within five minutes’ drive are secondary schools Canon Slade and Turton, with the primary schools of Eagley Infants, Eagley Junior and St Johns Roman Catholic Primary School.
With plenty of pubs and restaurants on the doorstep, you are never far from a new taste experience, from Thai Kitchen’s exotic spices to the Mediterranean menu at Rokka. There are also a number of meat free options including Earthlings and Plant Pigs, serving up vegetarian and vegan cuisine.
Indulge in some fresh air and exercise with so much green space on the doorstep. The Rigbys park and gardens are only ten minutes’ walk away whilst Jumbles Reservoir is also within a few minutes’ walk.
Pick up all your essentials at one of the many local shops nearby and within walking distance. Everything you need is close at hand.
For commuters, No. 13 is perfectly placed, within a short walk of Bromley Cross Train Station.
A happy home filled with heart, connected to its surroundings and with space to accommodate all the family, No. 13 is flexible, adaptable and awaiting your viewing…