Lostock Hall Gardens
Set against the dramatic back-drop of the West Pennine Moors, Lostock Hall Gardens benefits from excellent facilities and amenities in the nearby Town of Bolton, whilst retaining a desirable, exclusive and private location.
Lostock, which can be dated back to the Middle Ages is nestled amongst historically prime agricultural lands, between the towns of Westhoughton, Horwich and Bolton. With Smithills Hall Country Park, and Lever Country Park, nearby, plus the rolling fairways of Regents Park and Bolton Golf Clubs nearby, it is easy to see that the sleepy village retains its charm.
Within walking distance, Lostock Station which opened in 1852, has its own story to tell; through its closure by Beeching in 1966, it was re-opened in 1988 and renamed Lostock Junction. To this day, it continues to be a well-used station on the Preston to Manchester line and is served by Northern Rail.
Dating back to the 14th Century, the local town of Bolton has its history inter-woven with the textile industry both before and after the industrial revolution. A 19th Century boomtown, Bolton became the hub of the British cotton industry and was renown worldwide.
Nowadays, Bolton town centre is proud of its industrial heritage and many of the Victorian landmarks remain, including the Town Hall and Civic Centre, The Market Hall and Churchgate. These historical treasures attract an increasing tourist trade, for those who wish to visit the numerous museums, theatres, monuments, National Trust sites which are sprinkled across the town and surrounding areas.
The Westchurch Specification:
Inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement, Tincklers Fold is a collection of contemporary homes that recall traditional building forms and craftsmanship. Our properties embrace both classic architectural design and high specification open plan living to fulfil modern requirements.
"The Arts and Crafts movement was an English design movement beginning in the late 19th century and spanning around 40 years. With respect to the built form, the movement celebrated simple, traditional designs, the use of natural materials as well as a return to individual craftsmanship."
Our collection of homes takes inspiration from an era. With their steep rooflines, our properties are individually styled with a mix of brickwork and render, stone heads and cills and extensive glazing. The hanging tile detail and finials are also typical of the period.
Each property benefits from landscaped gardens as well as an impressive block paved driveway. The oak effect composite front door is matched by the up and over double garage door giving a stylish finish to the property.
Our new homes are decorated in neutral colours and benefit from large family living spaces. The design of our open plan kitchen and family room with our choice of bi-fold doors maximise the light, space and flow of the entire ground floor. Our Nolte kitchens are both modern and practical, with a sophisticated design completing a dynamic living space. The combination of Neff appliances, stainless steel finishes, quality work surfaces and tiling delivers a statement kitchen in which to live or entertain.
All bathrooms and en-suites feature Villeroy & Boch with Hansgrohe furniture, chrome fixtures and our favoured Cementi wall tiles giving a contemporary feel to the rooms.
Our homes are constructed with energy efficiency and economy in mind, incorporating environmentally friendly features such as efficiency heating systems, double glazed windows, high levels of wall insulation and well-designed ventilation systems.
Should you reserve early enough in the build process, you will be able to choose from a good range of flooring, fixtures and fittings. All of our homes benefit from a 10 year Premier Guarantee warranty, giving you peace of mind from day one.
Open plan kitchen, dining and family room with bi-fold doors leading to garden and patio
Each property has integral or detached double garage
Close to both road and rail networks for commutable access across the North West