Set back from the main road, behind borders brimming with mature blossoming shrubs, discover open-plan family living, at Number 56 New Church Road.
Modern style and 1930's Victorian character combine throughout this well presented semi detached home.
Parking is available to the front, ahead of the garage. A neat lawn bordered with foliage sit across from the paved driveway, providing the perfect visual on approach to the front door.
Step in through the white glazed front door, into the hallway. To the left, through the oak door is a handy guest WC.
From the hallway, turn to the right to emerge into the light and bright living room, where leaded bay windows overlook the flourishing garden to the front of the home.
On winter nights snuggle up on the sofa with a hot chocolate, in front of the gas fire set within a silver textured papered wall.
Follow your nose through to the rear where a modern extension creates a sleek, contemporary open plan kitchen and living area.
White gloss tiling gleams underfoot, reflecting the light that flows in from the Velux-style windows within the vaulted ceiling, Further light is provided by a sprinkling of recessed spotlighting.
Oak shaker style cabinetry provides an abundance of storage, topped in high quality black granite worksurfaces that include a breakfast bar.
Integrated within the base units, this impeccably designed culinary space includes; two fan assisted ovens, 5-ring electric hob with contemporary extractor, steam oven, microwave, dishwasher, double wine cooler alongside space for an American style fridge/freezer. An inset sink sits overlooking the rear garden.
Tucked to the side of the kitchen is the cosy snug where large glazed French doors open straight onto the rear patio, creating a perfect flow for entertaining guests.
Leading off from the snug area, through the glazed French doors is the separate dining room, where more formal family meals can be enjoyed.
Engineered wood flooring provides a warm counterbalance to the white walls and floral wall covering.
Returning to the entrance hall, make your way up the oak spindled staircase to the first-floor landing where you will find three bedrooms.
Head left into the main bedroom where light floods in through the large leaded bay window at the front of the property.
Textured wallpaper behind the bedhead contrasts against the white walls. Opposite, a bank of fitted wardrobes with sliding doors spans the full depth of the room providing plenty hanging space.
To the rear, the second double bedrooms looks out over the garden with fitted wardrobes, bedside drawers and dressing table in a black woodgrain finish.
Also overlooking the front, a third bedroom, dressed in neutral tones could also make the perfect nursery or home office.
Refresh and revive in the house bathroom, where a four-piece suite awaits with WC, vanity wash hand basin with drawer and cupboard storage, a panelled bath and separate, glazed corner shower enclosure.
Illuminated by recessed spotlights, fresh white half-height tiling coats the walls, perfectly toned against the soft pink wall finish above.
To the rear of the property, a good sized garden is perfect for families, children and pets, securely enclosed by timber fence panelling.
Soak up the sunshine on one of two patios surrounding the large, lush lawn. Mature planting to the borders provides privacy and screening.
Out & About:
Nestled on the cusp of Smithills and Heaton, Number 56 could not be better placed to enjoy all the walks, amenities and leisure facilities that await close by.
Pull on your walking boots and make your way to nearby Doffcocker lodge nature reserve, Bolton’s first nature reserve set on the site of a disused reservoir and a haven for wildlife. Walks abound in all directions; for a day’s adventuring, head in the direction of the West Pennine moors and Rivington’s Winter Hill and on into Houghton. Popular with cyclists, runners and walkers, High Rid reservoir is also close by.
Get to know the locals at Bob’s Smithy Inn or mingle and dine at the Victoria Inn.
Commuters are ideally placed only a couple of miles from Bolton town centre and easy access via train to Manchester.
Stock up on the essentials; there is a convenience store, gift shop, hairdressers, florist, coffee shop and butchers less than five minutes’ drive away – easily accessed in around ten minutes on foot.
Families are well-positioned with Markland Hill and Church Road primary schools within ten-15 minutes’ walking distance and a number of fine secondary and independent schools close by.
For a stylish versatile family home, with a fabulous open-plan kitchen, book your viewing for Number 56 New Church Road today.