Viewings to take place Saturday 14th May.
For family living, in a super convenient spot, drive down by the side of the prestigious Bolton School, to discover number 157, Tudor Avenue.
Welcome - Pull up on the driveway and park by the integral garage where there is plenty space for two cars.
Make your way to the front of the house, passing the front garden, screened from passers-by with a pretty hedge and Victorian red brick wall.
A brick archway porch entrance with original timber door and stained glass window leads to the hallway of this generously proportioned semi.
Walk through the front door into the light and airy entrance hall. Period panelling to the walls provides a homely feel. Edged timber parquet flooring continues through the hallway. Original painted wood doors feature throughout whilst the décor is light and neutral.
Slip through the door to the left into the living room, a welcoming, homely and beautiful space, flooded with light from the large bay window to the front. Bespoke shelving storage has been crafted to either side of the fireplace. Retro tiles feature beneath an ornate mantle, highlight the wood burner stove.
Decorated in neutral colours, picture rails, ceiling roses and original stained wooden flooring flows through the open doorway to the second reception room. Another period fireplace is set on a black and white tiled hearth.
Next door, a spacious dining room comes with a built-in dresser. Timber flooring flows seamlessly through to the extended kitchen to the rear of the home.
'Shaker’ style units are arranged in a galley style. White splashback tiles sit above the oak worktops. A large ‘range’ style oven is positioned to one side with a stainless steel extractor above. A ceramic sink looks out over the rear aspect. Beneath the worktops, there is for a washing machine and freestanding fridge freezer. Double French doors lead out from here onto the garden.
Back in the hallway, take the white spindled staircase up to the first floor, where three bedrooms await.
Directly ahead, the spacious master bedroom is flooded with light from the large bay window. Built-in wardrobes sit either side of an ornamental fireplace. Painted timber floors create an elegant dreamy look against the neutral walls. With built in wardrobes and shelving providing plenty space for clothes.
Looking out over the rear garden is a second double bedroom to compliment the main bedroom, with built in wardrobes and shelving.
Also to the rear, a third double bedroom comes decorated in blue and white hues with period picture rails and a dark blue carpet.
Serving the bedrooms, a traditional style three piece white bathroom suite comes complete with WC, pedestal wash hand basin and roll-top bath with shower glazed screen above. Decorated in a soft blue to give a fresh look against the white tiling and oak flooring.
Head on out of the French patio doors in the kitchen and explore your own garden oasis. An enclosed paved patio provides a great place to enjoy a morning coffee or family barbeques.
Out and about
Families could not be better placed with Tudor Avenue placed between two of the most prestigious schools. Bolton School is literally across the road and Cleveland’s Preparatory School is just a short walk in the opposite direction. The sought after local primary schools - Markland Hill and St Thomas of Canterbury are also within a short walking distance too.
Take a walk to the legendary Victoria Inn, locally known as Fanny’s and indulge yourself at their champagne bar or enjoy a meal at the Retreat just up the road.
For commuters, you’re ideally placed between Bolton and Lostock train stations, for journeys north and south. For a day’s shopping in Manchester, the walk to Lostock station is a pleasant one; upon crossing Chorley New Road, walk along the cycle path for 20-30 minutes.
Middlebrook is also only a couple of miles away, with all its supermarkets, shops and amenities.