Barrowdene House, Bolton 1 bedroom apartment For Sale in Bolton
1 bedroom, 1 bathroom.
Welcome to No 5 Barrowdene HouseThis ground floor apartment is situated in Barrowdene House, a grade ll listed building set within the idyllic and much sought conservation area of Barrow Bridge.
Unlike most apartments, this one has its own private access with parking directly outside, so it couldn't be more convenient and you have an additional parking space too. An enclosed courtyard garden is situated just outside your front door and you have use of the communal gardens.
Step insideAs you step inside No 5, you are greeted by a lovely light entrance hallway. A cupboard is built in to hide away your coats and shoes before heading into the lounge to your right.
Note the tall ceilings and large paned window, making this room feel spacious and light whilst the white walls and neutral carpet present you with a blank canvas to add your own unique style. The kitchen is a bold contrast with its dramatic black tiles and black and cream units. Here you have an integrated oven, extractor hood, and circular ceramic hob. In addition, there is plenty of space for a large fridge freezer and plumbing for your washing machine and tumble dryer. Returning to the hallway and into the bathroom. Fitted with a modern white suite including a double-ended bath and wall-mounted basin. The bedroom is just off the hallway, large enough for your king size bed and furniture. The tall ceiling and large window to the front gives this room an elegant feel, just ready for you to add your own style.
Barrow Bridge villageBarrow Bridge is a testament to Bolton's industrial heritage, being of outstanding historical and architectural importance. Many of the buildings and cottages remain in this conservation area and the properties listed protecting them for future generations. Barrowdene House was built in 1846 as the educational institute and library by Thomas Bazley to serve the model village of Barrow Bridge, established for workers at the nearby Dean mills. The building later became a laundry and the now the stylish apartments we see today.
The finer detailsEfficiently self managed by Barrowdene House Management Company, the monthly charge is £33 which includes the buildings insurance and all external maintenance of the car park, lighting and gardening.
The building is grade ll listed. EPC exempt. Gas central heating. Council tax band B. Two allocated parking spaces.
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The average energy efficiency rating for a dwelling in England and Wales is band D (rating 60).