Springbank, Greens Arms Road, Turton, Bolton 4 bedroom house For Sale in Bolton
4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms.
A Sense of ArrivalA sympathetic celebration of its rich heritage, this imposing Georgian residence is sprinkled with character and grace.
Consisting of three buildings: the main house, the cottage and the barn, Springbank offers huge potential and versatility to incorporate the barn and cottage into the main house or use them independently.
With some of the most breathtaking views in the area, Springbank has been a much admired landmark since 1830, set in beautiful grounds and surrounded by countryside on the fringe of the Chapeltown village.
The property has witnessed many changes over the decades. Built as the Vicarage and Sunday school for St Anne's Church, the main house and barn were given a Grade ll status in 1985 protecting their character for future generations to admire.
A Grand WelcomePull up on the sweeping gravelled driveway to the front of the house or take the drive around the back of the house where you have a large parking area and garages.
At the front, the perfectly balanced façade with its original panelled door and decorative fanlight is waiting to entice you in. Step into the large entrance hallway, it s here where the heritage of this building resonates from the high ceilings to the original coving and deep skirting boards. There are two principle rooms to the front, both with sash windows overlooking the sweeping gardens and driveway. The large living room to the right with Parquet flooring has access through patio doors at the side. This room is not shown on our photographs but has been stripped back and ready for you decorate adding your own flair and style.
The second reception has an exquisite plasterwork ceiling, original coving and Adam style fire surround and open fire. Double doors lead you into the formal dining room. With exposed stonework and feature fireplace, this is an entertainer s dream as it flows through to the huge kitchen after all that s where all the parties end up isn t it? There is access from the dining room out to the patio for those warm summer months.
Through to the kitchen, a superb space with defined areas for cooking, relaxing and entertaining. There is access out to the patio from here too and its here you get those picturesque views towards the church and village. From the kitchen, a door via the rear porch leads through to the cottage and rear courtyard.
Retrace your steps back to the hallway where you have a handy downstairs loo. You also have another door leading to the courtyard and another giving access down to the cellar.
Grace & CharacterTake the charming winding staircase to the first floor and pause on the top. An inner hallway leads off, past the linen cupboard to the barn. Although the barn is not currently habitable, the possibilities are endless for this huge space.
Back to the main landing area and from here you will discover four double bedrooms, all of which have superb views over surrounding gardens and countryside. The two bedrooms on the lower landing have en-suite bathrooms. Bedrooms two and three are at the front of the house and accessed via double doors on a raised landing area, there is potential to create a large suite with a bathroom in this area.
Picture PerfectSpringbank is situated on the fringe of the charming village of Chapeltown, far from the hustle and bustle of daily life yet within easy reach of life s necessary amenities. For those with a love of the countryside, this is the perfect setting with many picturesque walks on the doorstep including The Wayoh and Entwistle reservoirs.
Ancient Chapeltown dates back to medieval times, yet its quaint stone-fronted cottages hint more to its Victorian heritage. Towards the centre of the village, St Anne s, a Grade II-listed church whose origins date back to this period.
Perfectly positioned at the centre of a series of reservoirs, Springbank is ideally located for lovers of nature and the outdoors. Take a trip to nearby Jumbles Country Park, where you can pop the pooch on a lead and tour the banks of the reservoir or enjoy a picnic in the woodland, or coffee and cake at the café. A little closer you have the impressive Wayoh and Entwistle Reservoirs for more walks and wildlife.
An assortment of amenities are also on hand within nearby Edgworth Village, including a selection of local shops, a doctors , dentist, post office and hairdresser and a number of nurseries and primary schools are close at hand, with Turton Edgworth C of E Methodist Primary School and Eagley Junior School nearby.
Commuting couldn t be easier from Springbank with road links into Bolton, Bury, Blackburn and beyond.
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