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5 bedroom house for sale

Broadhead Road, Edgworth, Bolton, BL7


Property Description

Key features

  • Beautiful family home
  • Stunning interior
  • 3 Reception rooms
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Landscaped rear garden

Full description

PART EXCHANGE CONSIDERED - Haworth House is a substantial stone building dating back to the Victorian where the period architecture is complimented with a high quality CONTEMPORARY interior to create a LUXURIOUS family home. This impressive 5 bedroom property forms part of the outstanding 'Crowthorn' development and is BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED throughout. Externally there is allocated parking for two cars and an attractive garden to the rear which is made up of lawned and patio areas with a raised garden area to enjoy the STUNNING VIEWS.

The Accommodation - This substantial property offers spacious and versatile accommodation arranged over three floors and is simply stunning! The Travertine tiling in the entrance porch links the impressive hallway and continues through to the kitchen which is fitted with a SieMatic kitchen including Neff appliances, Corian worktops and a breakfast bar with wall mounted TV. Just off the hallway there is a useful utility and separate wc and access out to the rear garden. The lounge is a fabulous room situated to the front of the property whilst there are two further reception rooms to the lower level currently used as a dining room and playroom which is fitted with large storage cupboards. There is a double bedroom with Ensuite to this floor and a further three bedrooms to the first floor (master with Ensuite) and the house bathroom all of which are fitted with Travertine tiling and designer sanitaryware.

The Location - Situated on the outskirts of the picturesque and much sought after village of Edgworth, Crowthorn is situated on Broadhead Road, a tranquil location surrounded by stunning countryside and within easy reach of the motorway network with the M65, M66 and M62 just a short drive away.

The History - Crowthorn's history dates back to the 1800's when wealthy mill owner James Barlow bought the Wheatsheaf Inn, a run-down pub on the moorland above the village of Edgworth, and donated it, along with 80 acres of surrounding land and £5,000 in order to open the first National Childrens Home outside London. Various buildings were erected over the years, all taking full advantage of this unrivalled setting with breathtaking views and after 130 years of caring for children and the foundation of one of the most successful charity organisations, the school closed its doors in 2002 and the buildings were sold and remained empty until recent years. August Blake have transformed this unique collection of buildings into an impressive residential development and what is arguably one of the most idyllic settings around.

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07 January 2015

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