Rolling countryside vistas entreat at No. 166 Bolton Road, a characterful Victorian home with cottage charm, in Edgworth.
Park up along Bolton Road in the peaceful village of Edgworth, before making your way to this well presented end stone cottage.
Make your way through the front door and into the hallway. Follow the door to the left into the dining room and continue ahead to discover the extended kitchen where verdant vistas of the countryside beyond rush to greet you.
Light streams through the large patio doors that open to the rear garden, further aided by the Velux-style windows within the vaulted ceiling.
Stash your pots, pans and culinary utensils in the ample supply of black gloss fitted cupboards and drawers. A stainless steel sink set within the oak worktops looks out over the rear garden.
Cook up a feast for family and friends in the substantial Range-style cooker, with stainless steel extractor above set against a stone wall . There is also space for a freestanding fridge-freezer, integrated dishwasher and plumbing for a washing machine.
Returning to the dining area, follow the double doors to the front of the home.
Relaxation awaits within, where a cosy sitting room offers sumptuous sanctuary at the end of a busy day. Decked in its timber laminate flooring, a window frames views out to the front, inviting light in.
Warmth emanates from the wood burner stove set within the chimney breast, ideal for the cold winters evening.
Returning to the hallway, take the staircase up to the first floor where three of the four bedrooms await.
Nestled to the rear of the home, benefitting from the open aspect countryside views, is the main bedroom, dressed in neutral tones with timber laminate flooring.
Bedroom two (a double) and three (a single) to the front of the home also come neutrally decorated with timber laminate flooring ready to move straight into.
Also on this level, a four-piece bathroom comes fitted with a pedestal wash basin, WC, roll top bath and wet room-style shower all set against travertine style tiling in varying shapes to the walls and floor. A tall mirrored towel rail is also at hand.
Finally, ascend the stairs once more to a fourth bedroom within the converted loft, where light streams in through the window to the side aspect.
Returning downstairs, step outside to the suntrap rear garden, south-west facing and bathed in sunshine throughout the day. Stone steps lead down from the kitchen onto a decked patio where there is plenty space for your outdoor furniture. An artificial lawn provides a contrast against the stone wall surround. A gate leads out onto the rear where there is additional space for parking.
Out and about
Explore the delights to be found on the doorstep of No. 166 Bolton Road; only a stones throw away down the road is local pub, the Black Bull, whilst the popular Giuseppe’s restaurant is only a five-minute stroll away. Discover a wealth of other watering holes and eateries in the centre of the village, easily reached on foot within a few minutes.
Wander along the public footpath behind the Black Bull following it to Wayoh Reservoir. Turton Tower is around 20 minutes’ walk from the doorstep whilst the Barlow Institute is a mere stroll away, a site of historical interest and surrounded in its own woodland walks.
Families can relish in the close proximity to educational excellence; Edgworth Primary School is located just behind whilst the village centre is brimming with amenities including a Post Office, pharmacist, butchers, grocers and hairdressers. Treat the kids to ice cream, following a good report, at the renowned Holden’s & Co.
Commuters are well served by Bromley Cross train station, only a ten-minute drive away, with services running to Manchester, Bolton and Blackburn; or catch the metro from Bury into Manchester. For a versatile and friendly family home with astounding views, No. 166 Bolton Road is a home whose modest exterior belies a breadth of space, warmth and welcome within. Book your viewing today.