Looking for a two bedroomed home in Sharples?
Just off Blackburn Road, discover No. 67, Sharples Avenue, a contemporary styled semi detached home.
Park up on the driveway where there is plenty space for two cars along with a garage and gated access to the rear.
Head to the bright white front door, past the flourishing front garden, set behind an Accrington red brick façade.
Enter into the hallway, where Teal painted walls and ceiling team with white to provide a light and welcoming entrance. Grey wooden laminate flooring reflects light from the windows to the side. Beneath the panelled staircase, a handy storage cupboard provides space for coats and boots.
Sneak a peek through the door on the right, into the calming living room.
Light pours in through a broad bay window to the front, framing views of the garden.
Dressed in hues of grey and white, a brick effect wall covering to the chimney breast provides a welcoming focal point to centre your furniture around.
Traditional touches including period coving and a ceiling rose reflect the period of the property.
Next door, flow through to the kitchen where modern white gloss units harmonise with the timber laminate flooring.
Dark worktops provide plenty preparation space along with a breakfast bar for two.
There's space for a freestanding American Fridge/Freezer, dishwasher and washing machine, along with, built-in double oven with separate 5-ring gas hob and extractor above.
A stainless steel sink/drainer is set by the window looking out over the rear garden.
A glazed door leads straight out onto the rear patio, ideal for barbeques in the Summer months.
Returning to the entrance hall, take the stairs up to the first-floor landing, turning left to freshen up in the shower room featuring a wall hung wash basin, WC and glazed shower enclosure.
Across the way, a separate bathroom is decorated in a period teal green with dado rail, and black quartz tiling to complement the roll top bath.
A double bedroom looks out over the rear garden, decorated in grey and white with soft grey carpeting.
To the front of the home, the spacious main double bedroom comes decorated in blue with plenty room for a full set of furniture alongside a double or king sized bed.
Outside, step onto the rear garden. A large paved patio area leads onto a lawn bordered by mature planting, offering colour and interest throughout the seasons.
Secured by timber fence panels and gated driveway, ideal for children and pets.
Out & About:
A dog walker’s paradise, step out from the front door and head up, along the leafy lane at the top of the avenue before emerging in minutes into an open field.
A ten-minute walk away leads you to the open meadows off Belmont Road, continuing down to a fishing lake. Or why not access open moorland via Horrocks Fold. Drive into the heart of the moors within ten minutes for total immersion in nature.
A number of pubs are within easy walking distance of home, and a short drive will take to you to several restaurants near the moors and Belmont, including San Marino, The Black Dog and Lotties tea room.
Rich in natural history, pay a visit to Smithills Hall and Gardens, featuring woodland and an open farm, ideal for children – all within a short walk of No. 67, Sharples Avenue. Walk up to Turton Tower, a short drive away and close to Jumbles Country Park and its meandering walks. For entertainment indoors, the cinema is around a ten-minute drive away.
Shops and amenities are in plentiful supply with a garage, Spar and Starbucks at the bottom of the avenue, as well as a newsagent, beauty salon and card shop. The area is well equipped for supermarkets and many smaller independent shops.
Commuting is convenient, with a good road infrastructure on Blackburn Road, the A666, with bus routes into Bolton. Connecting with St Peters Way, and beyond to the M60 motorway network, Manchester is within easy reach. Meanwhile, drive to Horwich to connect with the M61 for trips to the seaside and Lake District.
Families are well catered for with a number of local schools including High Lawn Primary School, alongside Sharples Secondary School and Thornleigh Salesian College. There is also a nursery close by at the top of the avenue.