Looking for a lovely 2-bed home in Bradshaw?
Pop along to see this delightful Victorian red-brick terrace, tucked away just off Bradshaw Brow.
Park up alongside the front, and hang up your coats in the handy vestibule before stepping through into the cosy living room.
Timber laminate flooring harmonises with the beige and sage green wall finishes, adding a sense of warmth, light and bright courtesy of the large window which looks out over the front aspect.
Move on through to discover the kitchen/ diner at the rear of the home where an array of wall and base units in a cream 'shaker-style' finish, provide plenty of storage for pots, pans, plates and more.
An integrated electric oven sits centrally with 4-ring electric hob and stainless-steel extractor above. Beneath the units is plumbing for a washing machine. adjacent to a tall integrated fridge/ freezer.
A stainless steel sink and drainer sits upon a timber-style worktop within the bay window, with matching breakfast bar to one side.
There's plenty space for a dining table too.
Recessed spotlights provide additional light, reflecting off the ceramic floor tiling below.
A glazed timber door leads to the rear porch before stepping out onto the rear patio.
Follow the spindled staircase from the kitchen to the first floor where two bedrooms await.
Slip through the doorway to the right, into a light-filled front double bedroom, decorated in grey and cream hues. There's a bank of fitted wardrobes to one side and plenty space here for drawers and bedside cabinets.
Next door, discover a second bedroom currently arranged as a nursery with built-in storage to one side neatly screened by a curtain.
Completing the first floor, a contemporary bathroom comes with WC, vanity wash hand basin and bath with glazed screen and dual shower fittings in a modern matt black finish. Grey tiling creates a fresh inviting space to relax and unwind, with under floor heating to keep you warm.
Head on up the staircase to the loft space. Light and bright, courtesy of the Velux- style window, there's plenty space for storage with cupboards built-in beneath the eaves.
Step out of the rear lobby into the enclosed rear garden. A paved patio surrounds a feature cobbled mosaic offering space to enjoy barbeques in the summer months.
Private and secure, this garden is perfect for children and pets.
Out and about:
Step out and about and discover the range of pubs, cafes and eateries in the locale, including Roka, the Railway, Nook and Cranny micropub, the Slaughter House and the Retreat. Earthlings café offers great vegetarian choices alongside Bill and Coo and House Without a Name in nearby Harwood.
A range of supermarkets, florists, newsagents, Post Office are also within easy reach.
Enjoy the abundance of walks on the doorstep, strolling down to the Rigbys and along the beautiful meandering river to Jumbles Country Park. A four mile walk with stunning views, call in at the café on route or sit on the Crofters sun terrace with a pint or refreshing glass of wine. Take a beautiful drive to the stunning Wayoh and Entwistle reservoirs, only ten minutes’ away for easy walks and fantastic pubs on route, such as gastropub the Strawbury Duck.
In close proximity, there are a number of excellent schools, including both Bromley Cross and Eagley schools for younger children alongside St Maxentius, Hardy Mill, Canon Slade and Turton High.
For a homely and relaxing space, No. 24 Ormrod Street is a hidden gem with so much to see and do close by.