The Sidings, Station Road, Turton, Bolton, BL7 0JB 5 bedroom house Sale Agreed in Bolton
5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms.
Welcome to No 4, The SidingsAs peaceful a setting as you d anticipate for a house of these grand proportions, head down the historical Station Road where this hidden gem peeps out from its privacy screening of mature trees and a curved stone wall. Crunch onto the driveway in front of the double garage and you have arrived... This house has been designed with the upmost attention to detail throughout, it is safe and secure with its CCTV and alarm system, there is a charging port for your electric or hybrid car, five bedrooms, three reception rooms and three bathrooms, plus the private garden of your dreams... Welcome home.
A Showstopping Garden to MatchPerfectly suited to the proportions of the house, the garden is truly a private sanctuary to be enjoyed. Enclosed by towering woodland trees currently decorating the skyline with red, orange and yellow hues, it's the perfect backdrop for the vast lawned area which your kids or pups will love to play on. South-facing for you to follow the sun all day, this garden wraps around the house and offers different zones, a patio area for your sun loungers and BBQ on those long hot summer days, a veg patch for you to grow your own fresh veg, a shed area and as mentioned the lawn stretching right back for picnics on the grass.
A Grand EntranceOh Wow. Upon pushing open the long chrome handle on your wooden front door, you emerge in a huge bright vestibule, with a circular layout connecting all of the downstairs in an open plan manner. Follow the square polished floor tiles into the SieMatic kitchen diner, a huge island glowing under the discreet mood changing spotlights. A breakfast bar at the island seats 5 for your morning coffee, with Corian worktops and sleek white and grey cabinetry storing away all of your appliances. So what kit will you be equipped with in your kitchen? Well all Neff, there is a five ring induction hob, double oven, grill, steam and microwave ovens, and a dishwasher, plus a double fridge freezer by Miele. This room is the hub of the house, a clear entertaining space for day to night living facilitating cooking, dining and lounging... the kids can busy themselves with their homework at the table or get practicing with their musical instruments, whilst you reply to that quick email whilst enjoying garden views out of the bi-folding doors. Onto the formal lounge passing a handy storage cupboard as you go, take in the large area ahead of you for your comfy sofa, set around the entertainment system complete with a toasty contemporary fireplace beneath. Bi-folding doors also line this room along the wall for access into the garden, truly bringing the outside in.
When Your Head Wants Your Bed...Return into the hallway which houses a guest loo, and up the oak and glass-lined staircase to a choice of five double bedrooms... If you are a smaller family options to make use of the rooms for a studio, workshop, office, or games room means that you won't be struggling to accommodate your daily life and visiting guests, alongside your family's needs! The masterpiece has to be the main bedroom, it truly wows as you step into its dressing area, en-suite on your right, and straight ahead a walk-in wardrobe behind your king size bed backdrop. An apex ceiling directly opposite your bed with a huge window overlooks the beauty of Chapeltown in the distance. Better still than the window view from the inside, open up the glass doors and take a seat on your glass framed balcony with a Sunday morning coffee and the feeling of being immersed within the picture perfect setting.
Two beautiful main bathrooms with a spa like feel have been placed on both the first and second level to service the bedrooms conveniently, alongside the master bedroom having it's own en-suite. Think huge deep set bathtubs and walk-in glass rain head showers, towel heaters, twinkling spotlights, floor to ceiling marbles tiles and floating sinks as elegant features... the most idyllic setting for a pamper.
In A NutshellThe current owner told us of their families slight sadness to be leaving this house- ''It has just been such a wonderful functional home with so much space for us all to spread out and enjoy each others company! The location is something we will very much miss, there is no need for a car as you can simply leave your front door without even needing to put your dog on a lead and take a lovely walk out to Turton Tower!''
Into the OpenAncient 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 can be found. Perfectly positioned on the fringe of a series of reservoirs, The Sidings 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 and 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 and Bromley Cross, 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 The Sidings, with road links into Bolton, Bury, Blackburn and beyond and Bromley Cross train station a short distance away. For the peace and tranquility of village life, in one of the most idyllic and secluded locations, No.4 is a home in which to live and love for the long term. Exceptionally maintained inside and out, all that is left for you to do is to begin your new chapter
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