Searching for a cottage in Bromley Cross?
Pop along to see this delightful mid-stone cottage forming part of an attractive terrace in the much sought-after village of Bromley Cross.
Hang up your coats and place muddy boots in the handy vestibule before stepping through into the cosy living room. A mixture of neutral striped and tree patterned wall coverings create an open and bright feel, whilst walnut laminate flooring adds a sense of warmth. An original stone fireplace creates a charming focal point to centre furniture around.
Move on through to discover the modern open plan kitchen/ diner at the rear of the home.
Large, glossy tiles extend underfoot, reflecting light flooding in through the UPVC windows, further aided by a sprinkling of recessed spotlights above.
To one side, lies the sleekly styled kitchen where glossy grey units with gleaming chrome handles are arranged in an L-shape, providing plenty of storage for pots, pans, plates and more.
An integrated electric oven sits centrally with 4-ring gas hob and stainless-steel extractor above.
Beneath the units is plumbing for a washing machine. There's space too for an American-style freestanding fridge/ freezer.
A stainless-steel sink and drainer sits upon the white 'Corian-style' worktop looking out over the rear patio garden.
Escape from the cooking and enjoy dinner alfresco, via the rear kitchen door.
There's plenty space for a large dining table too.
When slumber calls, follow the grey, carpeted staircase to the first floor
Peep through the door on the left, into a stylish inviting master bedroom, light and airy courtesy of the large window looking out over the rear. Metallic geometric grey wall papering above the bed and in the chimney alcoves adds a boutique hotel feel.
There's plenty space for bedside tables, drawers, and a wardrobe, alongside a king size bed with a traditional style fireplace creating a warming focal point.
To the front is the second double bedroom, dressed in pale pink with a subtle woodland wallcovering for balance and contrast. Carpeted and cosy, in matching floor finish to the master. There's access to a built-in cupboard for additional storage too.
Serving the two bedrooms is the contemporary shower room with a combination vanity unit and WC in white, alongside a double walk-in shower with glazed screen and dual chrome shower head. Gloss marble splash panelling gives a fresh clean finish.
Returning downstairs, step outside of the kitchen door into the rear patio garden featuring a built-in stone planter and pale blue painted fencing panels.
Peep through the gate to access the rear where on-street parking is available.
OUT & ABOUT:
Number 343 Darwen Road occupies a convenient position in the neighbourhood with Bromley Cross Train Station only five minutes walk away. Families are also well provisioned for, with Eagley & St Johns, Infants & Primary, Turton High School and Canon Slade all within walking distance. There's a whole host of local bars and restaurants available, look forward to weekends spent exploring the delicacies on offer in the locale. The Railway Pub, Retreat (just opposite), Nook and Cranny and Turton Wines, to name a few. For fresh air and exercise, pull on your walking boots and hike to The Last Drop village, Jumbles, Entwistle or Wayoh Reservoirs too.