Set on the cusp of the West Lancashire Moors, just off Blackburn Road in Sharples turn into the Cottonworks gated development, where Victorian mill architecture is given a modern makeover at Holden Mill.
Step into the spacious, shared mill lobby. Collect your post and take the stairs or elevator up to the first floor where this lovely two bedroom duplex apartment awaits at number 140.
Hang your coat in the under stair storage cupboard before heading right, into the open plan living-dining-kitchen.
Admire the retained elements of architecture, offering a glimpse of the heritage of the building, stepping to the right into the open plan living-dining-kitchen, where exposed pillars and large patio doors create a room with a warming ambience.
Oak flooring extends underfoot, throughout the living-dining area, changing into cream tiling in the kitchen, creating a separation in areas whilst retaining a sense of flow.
Enter through the vestibule into the warm and inviting reception room. Tastefully decorated to a high standard throughout, the soft pink walls provide a welcoming feel.
Furniture is centred around a cast iron stove within the original stone fireplace.
Walnut kitchen units are arranged in a handy L-shape providing storage for your crocks, pots and cutlery. Cream splashback tiles provide a contrast against the black worktop, with integrated electric oven, hob, extractor, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.
Throw open the large sliding doors and enjoy the enclosed balcony, where you can sense the history of this Grade II listed, characterful Victorian cotton mill, a perfect escape what ever the weather.
When slumber calls, return through to the hallway, and discover the main bedroom.
There's room here for a full set of bedroom furniture alongside a double bed. Carpeted and cosy, this double bedroom is flooded with light through an internal window opening into the covered balcony.
A modern bathroom comes complete with WC, pedestal sink, built-in bath with shower above, glazed screen. . A mixture of textured glitter wallcovering and light mosaic tiling creates a fresh finish.
Follow the staircase up to the additional floor where a second double bedroom awaits, also looking out over the balcony terrace. To this level a large storage cupboard is on hand for all your storage needs.
Out and about
So close to all the conveniences, there are a number of shops, bars and amenities close by at Astley Bridge and also Bromley Cross. Asda, is 5 minutes walk from the doorstep, while for commuters Hall’ith Wood train station is only 20 minutes away on foot and the bus stop just outside the gates for access into Bolton Town Centre.
Allocated, parking is provided along with visitor parking available at the side of 'Entrance B'.