4 bedroom cottage for saleBury Road, Edgworth, Turton, Lancashire
Guide Price £270,000
- Fantastic Stone Built property Steeped in History
- Spacious Accommodation Spread across Three Floors
- Living Room with Open Fireplace & Ceiling Beams
- Modern Fitted Kitchen with Dining Area
- Superb Countryside Views across the Rolling Countryside
- Three Bedrooms to First Floor & Three Piece Bathroom Suite
- Large Master Bedroom with Storage on the Top Floor
- Location has the feel of the countryside yet Bolton Town Centre & the M65 are just a short distance away
- Driveway to the Side to Accommodate Several Cars
- Rear Garden & Further Raised Garden Area
This fantastic stone built property is not only a superb family home spread across three levels but it is also bathed in history. Thought to date from the early 1800s it is believed to have once been a detached residence for the servants / staff of the original White Horse Coaching House.
The property has undergone much internal improvements over the past years including a new roof, bathroom, kitchen, boiler, windows and doors. As such, all the modern fittings expected within a home of this calibre are offered yet the work has been sympathetic to the property’s heritage.
The accommodation is in excellent order throughout and briefly comprises to the ground floor: Entrance vestibule, Spacious Lounge with open fire and ceiling beams, Inner Hallway that leads to a modern two piece white WC suite. Family kitchen with dining area that enjoys windows to both the side and rear aspect giving it a countryside feeling. To the first floor there are three bedrooms, two double rooms and a further single / study room, a high specification white bathroom suite and all joined by a landing that shows off views from the window across the open fields. A staircase leads to the upper level which is currently used as the master bedroom which enjoys superb views to surrounding fields. This space has a gorgeous ceiling with the feature beams and lots of storage.
Externally, there are garden areas to the rear and an excellent raised patio area which is such a quiet area to enjoy the surrounding countryside. To the side of the property there is a large driveway which can accommodate 3 / 4 cars. The old ginnel is now a secure storage area ideal for bikes, garden furniture, logs etc.
Situated in the semi rural village of Edgworth, the property is ideally placed for the areas ever popular amenities, excellent schools and outdoor country walks. Bury, Bolton, Darwen & Blackburn centres are within easy reach along with excellent rail and motorway links.
Ground Floor -
Entrance Vestibule - uPVC front door into entrance vestibule. Tiled floor. Ceiling light. Door leading into Living Room.
Living Room - 4.57m x 4.14m (15'0 x 13'7) - uPVC double glazed window to front elevation. Exposed stone fireplace, stone hearth and surround with open fire (chimney is lined). Ceiling beams. Radiator. Ceiling light. Wall light. Power and light points. Door to the inner hall.
Inner Hallway - Fitted with carpet. Ceiling light. Stairs to first floor. Door to kitchen.
Wc / Cloaks - Fitted with a low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap. Radiator. Porcelain part tiled walls. uPVC frosted double glazed window to the side elevation. Wood effect flooring. Door to under stairs storage cupboard.
Storage Cupboard - Good size under stairs storage cupboard.
Kitchen / Dining Area - 4.70m x 4.22m (15'5 x 13'10) - Farmhouse style kitchen with matching range of wall and base units in white with dark wood effect work surfaces, incorporating stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and drainer. Four ring hob and gas oven. Space for fridge / freezer. Plumbed for washing machine. Ceiling beams. uPVC double glazed window to side and rear elevation. uPVC rear door to garden. Radiator. Combination boiler. Fitted with wood effect laminate flooring. Ceiling spotlights.
First Floor -
Landing - uPVC double glazed window to the side elevation giving lots of natural light to the landing. Fitted with carpet. Doors to all bedrooms, the bathroom and stairs to the second floor level. Radiator. Ceiling light. Light points.
Bedroom Two - 4.57m x 2.87m (15'0 x 9'5) - Good size double bedroom that is L shaped. uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation. Built-in wardrobes. Fitted with carpet. Ceiling light. Radiator. Power and light points.
Bedroom Three - 3.99m x 2.90m (13'1 x 9'6) - Good size double bedroom. uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation. Fitted with carpet. Ceiling light. Radiator. Power and light points.
Bedroom Four - 3.28m x 1.68m (10'9 x 5'6) - uPVC double glazed window to the side elevation. Fitted with carpet. Ceiling light. Radiator. Power and light points.
Bathroom - Fitted with a modern three piece suite that comprises of P shaped bath with electric shower over and screen to side, pedestal wash basin with mixer tap and low level WC. Natural stone Travertine tiles that part tile the walls. uPVC double glazed frosted window to side elevation. Fitted with wood effect flooring. Heated towel rail.
Second Floor -
Bedroom One - 4.55m x 7.37m (14'11 x 24'2) - Fantastic large double bedroom that occupies this whole floor and has views across the open countryside from the two uPVC windows. Fitted with carpet. Beautiful ceiling beams. Ceiling lights. Wall lights. Two radiators. Power and light points. Eaves storage. Potential to separate into an extra study space or en suite if required.
Eaves Storage - Currently some of the storage on one side of the room is used as wardrobe space. There is plenty of storage options in this property due to its spacious layout.
Driveway - A gravel driveway lies to the side of the property and can house several cars.
Gardens - To the rear is a cottage garden with raised beds and steps leading up to an elevated garden which enjoys some stunning far reaching views. This area still has the original flags. Outside tap.
There is an external storage facility in what was the ginnel with original cobbled flooring and lighting and a further storage area in again what was the midden.
Further Details - This property is Leasehold - currently on a 999 year lease which was renewed in the 1930's. The ground rent is a nominal amount.
Connected to a septic tank which is emptied every 5 years and serves 11 cottages. This was last done in 2015, along with extensive repairs to the tank wall. The charge to the property in 2015 for the tank to be emptied was less than £85, making the water utility charge extremely nominal.
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