Bright Street, Egerton, Bolton, Bl7
£245,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
Stone built character cottages don’t come quainter than at Number 3, Bright Street, Egerton, a home brimming with charmingly traditional features.

Nestled on the end of a row of chocolate box cottages, park up at the side of the property before making your way up to the front door.

An open and light dining kitchen welcomes you home.

Original stone walls feature behind the heritage green Rangemaster stove replete with five gas hobs, two electric ovens and a grill. White wall and base units provide plenty space to store all your pots, pans and crockery, whilst to one side of the chimney breast, built-in units provide a great place to display your favourite cookery books.

A dual Belfast sink sits within the oak worktop, complemented with a traditional style mixer tap in a black matt finish.

Sneak a peek through to the pantry/utility room, just off the kitchen, fitted with a row of shelving above the cupboards. There is also plumbing for a washing machine and space for a fridge/ freezer.

Back in the kitchen, step through the traditional oak door into the living room.

Dressed in soothing neutral tones, ornamental beams and oak flooring add a rich contrast to the ceiling above.

An exposed wall of stone provides textural interest and character whilst also serving as a reminder to the antiquity of the home.

Warmth emanates from the wood burner stove set within the original feature fireplace; the ultimate ambient addition to any winter’s evening.

Follow the staircase down to the light and airy family room, set on the lower ground floor, looking out over the garden.

An electric wood burner-style stove is on hand to keep you cosy in the winter months. Luxury curtains dress the windows, with access out to the garden through the lobby door. Ideal for taking your morning cuppa outside in the sunshine.

Continue ahead, through to the peaceful study-playroom. Built-in cupboards are on hand for books, files and toys, with a timber slatted ceiling to contrast the neutral walls.

There is also a handy WC on this lower ground level.

Returning to the living room, take the stairs up to the first floor, where two double bedrooms await.

Discover the master bedroom where there is plenty space for a full set of bedroom furniture alongside the built-in cupboard. Light and bright courtesy of the large window, this room is neutrally decorated ready to move straight into.

Also looking out over the front garden, is a second double bedroom, decorated in a fresh white finish with neutral carpet. Recessed spotlights illuminate the space further.

Refresh in the family bathroom, illuminated by a window to the rear and fitted with bath and overhead shower, wash basin and WC.

Returning downstairs, step outside of the kitchen or family room into the tiered patio garden.

Flourishing built-in plant beds delicately separate the spaces, private and enclosed by timber fencing.

Stash your garden tools in the shed placed at the bottom of the garden by the driveway parking area. A wood shed is handy for storing fuel for the log burner.

Out and about

In the local area in and around Egerton, there are walks to be had and so much countryside to be discovered. Head down Longworth Road to discover Belmont Reservoir and Delph Sailing Club.

Enjoy the best of Britain during the summer months and watch a traditional village cricket match just up the road.

Superbly situated for those with school-aged children, there is an array of educational establishments in the vicinity. Walmsley and Egerton primary schools are close by while for older children Turton High School and Canon Slade School are close.

Dine out at one of the many nearby eateries including gastro pub the Thomas Egerton, across the road, or the Cross Guns for casual tapas-style dining. Ciao Baby Italian restaurant is also only five-minutes’ walk from the doorstep.

Grab brunch or a takeaway pastry treat from one of the local cafes – Relish or Bakers – or even pick up fast food from one of the local takeaways.

In addition to local newsagents and off-licenses, there is a Co-op in Bromley Cross alongside a post office and Sainsbury’s, accessible in a quick five-minute drive. For Morrisons, head to Harwood, only ten-minutes away by car.

With so much to do, so close at hand, 3 Bright Street, is a charming surprisingly spacious, warm and welcoming cottage. Book your viewing today.

01204 329975

Newton & Co Sales & Lettings

517, Tonge Moor Road, Bolton

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