Homebuyers who want a traditional style but with all the mod cons need look no further.

And it is not surprising this property is attracting a lot of attention.

It's traditional almost cottage like exterior certainly belies its age.

The four bedroom house  was only built 2002–3 by local developer Charles Topham, a company with a a reputation for high-quality tradition-style builds.

The detached home sits on a generous plot on a quiet cul-de-sac just off Chorley New Road, 1.6 miles from Bolton town centre and a few minutes’ walk from Bolton School.

It is priced at £775,000 and is located on Wykeham Mews.

Listed by Estate Agents, Burton James, features include a huge hallway leading to three bright and spacious reception rooms, a downstairs cloakroom and a dining kitchen opening onto a large, enclosed rear garden.

Upstairs, there are four bedrooms, including two en-suites, and a family bathroom.

A highlight in this spacious property includes  ‘workshop’.

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Director of Burton James, David Warburton said the house was catching people's eye due to its stunning exterior.

He said: “This is a very unique home.

“It sits at the head of a cul-de-sac on Wykeham Mews but actually has the address, 220 Chorley New Road.

“Only built in 2001, aesthetically, it is very attractive from the front and sits at over 3000 square feet. One of my favourite parts of the house is the purpose-built workshop, made by the current owner.

“It could form a multitude of uses but has a log burner in there so is a bit different.”

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The house features an impressive terrace to entertain family and friends or simply for the owners to enjoy a quiet evening.

Fringed with a neat lawn like its neighbours and screened by mature trees and shrubs, the recently re-laid block-paved driveway allows parking for up to six cars and would also accommodate a caravan or motorhome.

This property lies in the heart of Heaton, close to Bolton Town Centre and with easy access to the motorway with the A666 and M61.

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Bolton School is a mere 500 metres away for families with children, and there are also bus links nearby.

David said: “It’s walking distance to Clevelands Prep School  and Bolton School itself, so the type of buyer will really value its location for this.

The area is also great for those who love the outdoors, with many sought-after sanctuaries within the nearby West Pennine Moors only a short drive.