In the heart of Smithills, set overlooking Moss Bank Park, discover spacious, high specification family living at this 4-bed semi on Moss Lane.
Pull up on the block-paved driveway, where there is enough space for 2 cars.
Make your way inside, through the contemporary black front door, into the entrance porch where you can stash your coats and boots.
Continue into the hallway where timber walnut effect tiles welcome you home.
Continue ahead into the heart of the home; the open-plan, spacious kitchen-dining-living room.
Taupe/grey cabinetry houses a plethora of storage alongside an integrated wine cooler, dishwasher, double oven and microwave.
Centrally, a large breakfast bar seats the whole family with matching bluey/grey Corian worktop.
Warmed by a designed vertical radiator, cook up a feast for family and friends on the large 5-ring gas hob. There is also an American styled fridge-freezer, plumbed to dispense chilled water and ice.
Overhead, spotlighting harmonises with the Velux windows within the vaulted ceiling along with the under cabinet and plinth lighting for an ambient glow.
Plumbing for washer and dryer alongside further storage are found through the doors to the utility room which connects with the garage beyond.
Freshen up in the cloakroom off here, fitted with wash basin and WC.
A relaxing living area is set before French doors which open out onto the garden; perfect for entertaining in the sunny months.
Passing the sitting area, flow through into the dining room, separated by a soft beige carpet and folding screen door.
Flow through the opening into the relaxing living room, flooded with light courtesy of the large bay window that looks out over the park. Recently fitted plantation blinds to all the front windows harmonise beautifully with the interior.
Furniture is centred around a multi-fuel log burner set in a brick chimney surround with clever built-in log storage either side. Taupe & white wallpapering further highlights the alcoves.
Follow the striped carpeted staircase up to the first floor where four bedrooms await.
Head right, and step into a double bedroom extended above the garage in recent years.
Decorated in soft pink and white with leafy open views over the garden and park to the front elevation, this bedroom is an ideal blank canvas for all.
Sneak a peek through to the ensuite shower room offering WC, grey gloss vanity sink and a contemporary glazed shower enclosure.
Across the way, enter the main bedroom, light and airy, with the large window framing views out over the fields towards Moss Bank Park.
Built-in wardrobes either side of the teal painted chimney breast provide plenty storage for all your clothing.
Looking out over the rear garden is a third double bedroom decorated in soft pink with fluffy beige carpet.
Next door, the fourth bedroom, a single, is currently utilised as an office, ideal for those who work from home.
Nestled in the middle of the home, refreshment and relaxation await in the family bathroom. Fitted with WC, white gloss wall hung vanity sink and p-shaped bath with glazed screen, travertine-style tiles coat the walls with complementing walnut laminate flooring.
Returning downstairs, step outside of the kitchen and into the rear garden. Dine and entertain on the decked patio, which runs in an L-shape whilst opposite, a flourishing raised plant bed with beautiful white rose bush provides seasonal colour against the timber enclosed fencing. An artificial lawn helps to keep a low-maintenance rear garden, ideal for children and pets.
OUT AND ABOUT:
Perfectly positioned for families, Moss Lane is situated right opposite Moss Bank Park, with Smithills Open Farm also only a walk away. This ideal family home is also within easy access of several country pubs such as the Blundell Arms, the Wilton Arms, San Marinos and Bob’s Smithy Inn, each enjoying their own unique outlook over the Boltonian countryside. Amenities and shops galore are within easy reach of Moss Lane, with several local supermarkets only a five-minute drive away in the nearby town centre. For those who prefer to shop local, there are a number of smaller farm shops and even a local post office within walking distance. For educational establishments, Smithills Secondary School, St Peter’s C of E & Church Rd Primary Primary schools are both a ten-minute walk away. Bus routes can be found at the end of the road for those attending other secondary schools such as Canon Slade, Rivington and Blackrod. Wherever and however far you roam, the iconic outline of Barrow Bridge chimney will always guide you back, to the comfort and welcome of 82 Moss Lane.