Looking for a newly modernised stone cottage in the heart of Egerton village?
Tucked away just off Blackburn Road discover No. 17 Water Street, a wonderful, beautifully decorated 2-bed mid stone cottage.
Hang up your coats in the handy entrance vestibule before stepping through into the living room where bright white painted walls team with a feature dark grey either side of the exposed brick fireplace to create a fresh and welcoming space.
Warmth emanates from the wood burner stove set within the chimney breast, ideal for the cold winters evening.
Follow the doorway to discover the open plan extended kitchen/ diner, decorated in complementing colours.
A feature stone fireplace creates the perfect focal point to centre a dining table around with timber flooring that extends underfoot through to the kitchen.
An ample supply of fitted cupboards and drawers in a grey finish are set around a large breakfast bar to create the perfect hub for entertaining.
Light grey 'metro' style splashback tiles complement the white composite marble worktops presenting a fresh contemporary finish.
Cook up a feast for family and friends in the substantial Range-style cooker, with stainless steel extractor above. Seamlessly integrated within the units are a dishwasher, fridge and freezer with plumbing for a washing machine too.
Light streams through the patio doors that open to the rear garden. Illumination is further aided by the Velux-style windows within the vaulted ceiling and the recessed spotlighting above head.
Take the black spindled staircase up to the first floor where two bedrooms await.
Located to the front of the home is the main bedroom, with fitted wardrobes crafted either side of the double bed. Recessed shelving creates a unique feature behind the head of the bed.
Two windows flood the space with light.
To the rear of the home, bedroom two, also comes with built-in wardrobes, neutrally decorated ready for you to move straight into.
Also to the rear, a four-piece bathroom comes fitted with a back-to-wall WC, vanity wash hand basin, and bath with glazed screen and shower above.
Copper coloured tiling to the walls contrasts against the white suite. A chrome rail is on hand for warming towels too.
Returning downstairs, step outside of the kitchen onto the quaint rear patio garden with flagged stone paving enclosed by a stone wall.
A timber gate leads out onto the rear where communal parking can be found.
Out and about
In the local area in and around Egerton, there are walks to be had and so much countryside to be discovered. Head down Longworth Road to discover Belmont Reservoir and Delph Sailing Club.
Enjoy the best of Britain during the summer months and watch a traditional village cricket match just up the road.
Dine out at one of the many nearby eateries, including Bakers, across the road, or the Cross Guns for casual tapas-style dining. Ciao Baby Italian restaurant is also only five-minutes’ walk from the doorstep.
In addition to local newsagents and off-licenses, there is a Co-op in Bromley Cross alongside a post office and Sainsbury’s, accessible in a quick five-minute drive. For Morrisons, head to Harwood, only ten-minutes away by car.
Superbly situated for those with school-aged children, there is an array of educational establishments in the vicinity. Walmsley and Egerton primary schools are close by while for older children Turton High School and Canon Slade School are close.
With so much to do, so close at hand, 17 Water Street, is a warm and welcoming contemporary cottage, ready for you to move straight in.