Heatherside Road, Ramsbottom Guide Price: Sold STC £400,000
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 2 Reception Rooms
Perfectly positioned in popular Ramsbottom, Number Seventeen, Heatherside is a home as invitingly comfortable and cosy as its name implies.
Nestled behind a manicured front garden of gravel and rockery planting, with ample parking on the driveway and in the garage, make your way to the front door.
Entering into a bright porch – handy for coats and boots – continue through to the reception hall, a light, white-washed space.
Beneath an elegant archway to the left stands the family dining room, offering elevated views over the rooftops to the countryside and distant fells. Spy the windmills on a clear day.
Across the way another archway heralds the entrance to the spacious sitting room. Warm and welcoming, with neutrally decorated walls and carpet underfoot, an ornate fireplace houses a gas fire, atop a marble hearth.
Light fills the room from the wide front window, which frames fantastic views out to the peaks once more.
Located at the end of the hallway is the kitchen, fully fitted with glossy cream, contemporary units, with ample storage.
Textured grey worktops surround, continuing out onto the breakfasting peninsula; the perfect pit-stop point for a light bite. Ideal for families on the go, pack up the children’s lunch boxes as they sit down to breakfast in the mornings.
Featuring an integrated Bosch waist-height oven and induction hob and freestanding fridge-freezer, this is a well-sized kitchen, practically designed and elegantly styled. Rinse the dishes at the sink whilst admiring the colourful and established garden to the rear.
Additional storage is available just outside the kitchen to the right. Perfect for linens and cleaning essentials.
Continue through to the family bathroom. Capacious in size and tiled in sparkling black underfoot, the WC sits at a quirky angle, emphasising the space available.
To the walls, sparkling grey tiling melds into cream, with warmth emanating from an anthracite grey contemporary radiator.
Stealing the scene; a fully tiled, wet room shower, illuminated by spotlighting overhead.
Continue along where two accessible and spacious bedrooms await on the ground floor.
To the rear, a large double bedroom has space for a wall of wardrobes, amply lit by the huge window which looks out over the varied planting of the garden.
Next door another double looks out to the majestic mountain landscape in the distance.
Take the carpeted staircase up from the lounge emerging onto a refreshing landing, with whitewashed walls and soft seafoam carpet.
Fitted with a wall of mirrored wardrobes, a large double bedroom, clad in grey carpet awaits to the right. Overlooking the tiered garden to the rear, this room has a peaceful and serene feel.
Continue through to an impeccably styled Jack ‘n’ Jill bathroom. Dressed in black, white and grey tiling and décor to the walls, a large, centrally filling tub is the perfect place in which to soak away your troubles at the end of the day.
Space too, before the window, for a carpeted seating and changing area.
Archways are a motif at Heatherside…pass beneath this one into a separate section of the bathroom housing the WC and wash basin set within a gloss white vanity unit. Marble-effect tiling underfoot is a chic touch.
Returning to the landing through a separate door, continue on to the master suite, decorated in refreshing mint green.
To the top of the room, space for a double bed, before stepping down beneath an archway into a dainty seating area. From here, views of the peaks are perfectly framed through the French doors, which open out onto the balcony.
Outside, manicured gardens surround on different levels, with a barbecue terrace, carefully clipped trailing ivy, herbaceous planting and variegated shrubs, perfect for all season colour. Take the gravelled, sleeper steps up through the blooms and ferns to the upper tier – a secret garden where a seating area is hidden away.
Out & About
Only a mile from the centre of Ramsbottom, you will find numerous welcoming bars, resturants independent retailers and boutiques. Surrounded by excellent schools, handy transport links to the M66 and A56, Bury, Bolton, Burnley, Blackburn, Number Seventeen, Heatherside offers a slice of peaceful paradise on the cusp of the countryside.