Searching for a three-bedroom home in Bromley Cross?
Set on a large Corner Plot, just off Queens Avenue, discover this well presented semi-detached family home.
Park up on the paved driveway where there is space for multiple cars and head on through the double doors into a light and airy hallway.
Follow the door to the right, into the living room, light and bright courtesy of the large window looking out over the front garden.
A gas fire against neutral walls creates a perfect focal point to centre furniture around.
To the rear, a kitchen/diner spans the width of the property. To one side, beech kitchen units host space for a freestanding gas oven and plumbing for a washing machine.
A stainless steel sink with drainer looks out over the rear garden.
There's plenty room for a dining table too, perfect for entertaining with French doors leading out onto the patio.
Back in the hallway, climb the stairs to the first floor where you will find the first of three bedrooms sitting to the front of the property.
Decorated in white, this room comes with fitted wardrobes and matching beside cabinets.
Next door, a second double bedroom looks out over the rear garden, neutrally decorated with a full space of built-in wardrobes too.
The third bedroom, a single, sits to the front aspect, also perfect as a dressing room, office or nursery.
Completing the interior, a three-piece bathroom comes with WC, pedestal wash hand basin and bath.
Back downstairs, step out of the kitchen into the fabulously sized garden, encompassing three sides. Immediately the south-east facing patio provides a perfect place for barbeques. A timber summer house provides storage space or a place to potter and enjoy.
To the side, a good sized lawn with neat hedgerow edging and mature plant borders provides a great space for children to play.
Out and about:
Tucked away off Darwen Road, Number 1, Chetwyn Avenue occupies a convenient position in the neighbourhood.
Well placed with Bromley Cross Train Station only a couple of minutes walk away, families are also well provisioned for, with Eagley, Turton High School and Canon Slade close by.
With so many local pop up bars and restaurants available, look forward to weekends spent exploring the delicacies on offer in the locale. The Railway Pub, Retreat, 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.