Bury Road, Edenfield Guide Price: Sold STC £215,000

Property Summary

  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 2 Reception Rooms

Property Location

Stone built and enhanced by idyllic elevated views over the surrounding countryside; make your way to Bury Road, in the heart of Edenfield.

Park up to the rear of No. 77 where there is designated off road parking. Making your way along the terraced walkway, taking you above and away from the road, arrive at the front door set beyond a sunny front lawn with seating area.

Stepping inside, instantly sense the size of the home, belied by its quaint stone cottage-terrace exterior, as the porch leads into a spacious sitting room.

Light tones and tasteful, modern décor embellish the walls in the sitting room, where high ceilings draw in the light through the large window to the front.

Brimming with light, sconce lighting to the walls helps to highlight original features including the chair rail. On chilly winter evenings, hunker down in front of the ornate, traditionally tiled fireplace, with gas fire inset, and watch a movie with the family. Spacious and cool in the summer, courtesy of the thick stone walls, this room takes on a quaint cosiness in the winter months.

Dove grey carpet (original parquet flooring is concealed beneath should you prefer to restore an original look) runs through from the sitting room into the dining room, accessed beyond an archway, where a refreshing splash of seafoam colour coats the walls. A large and versatile room; the tall recess within the chimney breast serves as the perfect alcove for a desk and chair for those working from home. Note the retention of traditional touches amongst the contemporary innovations; the picture rail for instance which serves to distinguish the high ceiling above. A window to the rear draws in daylight to amply illuminate your mealtimes, whilst a spacious storage closet is located beneath the staircase.

Step through to the kitchen, where there is plumbing for a dishwasher behind one of the fridges currently in situ. Galley style and furnished with a plentiful supply of cupboards and drawers above and beneath the worktops, there is also an oven and gas hob, and integrated wine rack. Soak up views of the garden whilst you rinse the pots in the sink. The utility room, featuring plumbing for washer-dryer is tucked off to the side of the dining room – a handy place to store the washing away from the main living areas.

Make your way upstairs, and freshen up in the family bathroom to the rear. Tiled to the walls, this bathroom is furnished with a large bath and overhead shower, its scallop edging mirrored in the wash basin and WC.

Also nestled to the rear of this floor is the second bedroom, dressed in shimmering tones to the walls and brimming in light through the large window overlooking the garden and beyond towards Scout Moor and the hills. There is ample space for a bed, wardrobe and chest of drawers.

Carpeted and bathed in light, the serene master bedroom awaits to the front. So much space is on hand for your king-size bed, walk-in wardrobe and dressing table. However, it is the glorious views out over Holcombe Hill and Peel tower that truly steal the scene. Stunning in all seasons, feel the warm festive glow as they transform into a Christmas card scene in winter, coated in a blanket of snow.

Take the stairs up once more to arrive at the uppermost floor, an impressive light and airy loft conversion. The vaulted ceiling adds a sophisticated feel, making this an exciting room for a teenage son or daughter, who can feel king of the castle. Views out from the sizeable Velux take in the beauty of Scout Moor.

Returning downstairs, step outside into the rear garden, coated in astroturf for low maintenance greenery.

Soak up the sunshine here from early morning ’til evening, before moving around to the front garden to soak up the last of the evening rays.

Private and secure, watch from the kitchen as the kids play in safety within the enclosed garden. Two outbuildings are handy for storage and also house the boiler, newly installed in 2019.

Out and about
Step outside and explore all the delights of the pretty village of Edenfield.

Only a walk away is The Coach, The Duckwork Arms and the Drop off café – perfect for a coffee and cake at lunchtime. Jump in the car and only a short drive away is the Whitchaff Inn, serving up exceptional pub food.

For fresh air and exercise, the choices are endless. Walk straight out of the door and enjoy an invigorating walk down Eden Woods, delivering you down into Stubbins, then Chatterton and the cycle path into Irwell Vale.

More walks await from the back door, a short walk to Plunge Road takes you up to the Plunge, a beautiful natural sight to behold with its river and waterfalls. Beyond, walk to Scout Moor and Waugh’s Well.

Close by is Bleakholt Animal Sanctuary, nestled on a hillside overlooking the Irwell valley and with an onsite shop for all your animal needs.

Take a stroll into the village centre, only a walk away and equipped with a butchers’, Sixsmiths Bakery, a pharmacy and Chinese takeaway. Edenfield Mini Market is just down the road for all your grocery essentials.

With two primary schools within walking distance, No. 77, Bury Road is the perfect home for families, with Edenfield cricket club close by for spectating or participating.

Versatile and suitable for first time buyers, couples and those with a growing family, No. 77, Bury Road is a bright, spacious and welcoming home that adapts with its owners’ needs.

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EPC for Bury Road, Edenfield
Kelly Woolford

Kelly Woolford

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