Bryn Lea Terrace, Smithills, Bolton, Bl1

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Are you in search of a contemporary 3-bedroom family home in the charming area of Smithills?

Located off of Cinder Lane and artfully concealed behind a border of woodland along Barrow Bridge Road, you'll uncover the hidden gem of Number 51 Bryn Lea Terrace.

This impeccably maintained 1940s semi-detached family home boasts a distinctive elevated position, offering an open woodland view to the front, overlooking Dean Brook and the enchanting woodland trust walks around Barrow Bridge.

Tucked away towards the end of a tranquil cul-de-sac, your arrival is greeted by a paved driveway, leading you to the inviting front door.

The entrance beckons through a classic blue door, adorned by two half-height windows that allow natural light to cascade into the welcoming space.

Conveniently located beneath the staircase, a downstairs WC awaits, ensuring the comfort of your guests.

Turning left, you'll discover the inviting lounge, bathed in luminosity from a generously proportioned curved bay window. This architectural delight not only floods the room with light but also frames picturesque views of the surrounding woodland.

Inside, the ambiance is enhanced by neutral walls and carpeting, creating a timeless and airy aesthetic.

Adjacent to the lounge, a second reception room invites you to explore its welcoming ambiance. The allure of this space is heightened by patio doors nestled within a bay, seamlessly connecting the interior to the rear garden. The neutral décor, ensures a harmonious flow throughout.

Throughout the downstairs tiled areas, you will be warmed by electric underfloor heating. Perfect for when you have caught a chill after exploring the stunning surroundings on a cold day!

Cream tiling, in the hallway, gracefully extends through an inviting archway, guiding you into the expanded kitchen. Grey shaker-style base cabinets, drawers, and full-height cabinets are adorned with a pristine white laminate worktop.

Positioned beneath the rear window, a stainless steel sink complements a matching towel rail, combining functionality with a sleek aesthetic. A freestanding Rangemaster oven, complete with a fitted stainless steel extractor above, becomes a culinary centrepiece. The kitchen is thoughtfully equipped with integrated appliances, including a dishwasher, fridge, freezer, and washing machine, seamlessly blending modern convenience with timeless style.

Mosaic-style splashback tiling adds character, recessed spotlighting illuminates and grey walls create a contemporary vibe. A conveniently placed door opens onto the patio, providing easy access and enhancing the practicality of the kitchen space.

Ascend the soft carpeted staircase to the first floor, where three bedrooms await.

At the front of the house, the main bedroom offers a serene retreat, with a delightful view overlooking the woodland. It boasts a generous array of built-in sliding wardrobes, complete with matching glossy bedside tables and dressing table.

The bedroom is adorned in neutral décor, creating a sense of space, brightness, and tranquillity that invites relaxation.

Adjacent is the second double bedroom, featuring built-in slatted double wardrobes flanking the chimney breast. A charming 'tree' mural serves as a focal point on the chimney breast, complemented by a sizable window offering views of the rear garden.

Overlooking the front of the house, the third bedroom, a single, provides a versatile space suitable for a study, nursery, or office.

Concluding the first floor, a modern bathroom boasts a freestanding bath, wash basin, WC, and a separate shower enclosure with a sleek glazed screen. Glossy grey/brown tiles shine under recessed spotlighting, harmonising with the white suite, and a convenient stainless steel towel rail adds a finishing touch.

From the landing, access via the loft ladders to the converted loft on the second floor, currently utilised as an office, showcasing Velux windows and integrated eaves storage cupboards finished in white to complement the teal walls.

Step outside

A patio paved with Indian stone gracefully extends from the kitchen side door to the dining room door, creating a perfect setting for family barbecues and entertaining.

A raised lawn offers a secure space for children and pets to play in the fenced south-west facing garden.

Out and about

Ideally situated, this sought-after location offers a perfect blend of tranquillity and charm, bordering the picturesque countryside while remaining just minutes away from key arterial roads, ensuring excellent commuting options. Local amenities are conveniently within a short drive, providing both convenience and a peaceful retreat.

Barrow Bridge Road enjoys proximity to Moss Bank Park, and Smithills Open Farm is a mere stroll away, adding to the allure of the area. The road also provides easy access to various country pubs, including the Blundell Arms, the Wilton Arms, San Marinos, and Bob’s Smithy Inn. Each of these establishments offers a unique perspective of the Boltonian countryside, enhancing the overall appeal of the locale.

For shopping and daily needs, numerous amenities are within easy reach. Local supermarkets in Astley Bridge, Heaton, Horwich and the nearby town centre are just a five-minute drive away, ensuring that essentials are conveniently accessible. Additionally, for those inclined to support local businesses, several charming farm shops are within walking distance.

No matter how far you wander, the iconic silhouette of Barrow Bridge chimney serves as a guiding beacon, leading you back to the welcoming embrace and comfort of Bryn Lea Terrace.

01204 329975

Newton & Co Sales & Lettings

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