Heatherside Road, Ramsbottom Guide Price: Sold STC
- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- Reception Rooms
Revelling in the finest views in all of Ramsbottom, discover Number 43 Heatherside Road.
Nestled at the top of the hill, its position is unrivalled. Park up on the red paved driveway to the front, capable of fitting several cars. An integral garage is also available.
With planning permission having previously been passed to extend up to create a full second storey, the potential to create your dream country home is exciting.
Take the steps up to the left, passing the gravel and lawn garden, to reach the front door. A large area of recently fitted decking is the perfect viewing platform from which to soak up the incredible views of the rolling fells and countryside surrounding you.
So peaceful, birdsong and bleating sheep provide the soundtrack to your morning coffee and croissant.
Open the contemporary charcoal front door with its feature square window panels and enter into a bright entrance hall, where light dispenses down from the large Velux window overhead.
Peep through to the downstairs WC, fitted with wash basin containing storage below and a toilet. Light filters in through the stained-glass circular window, with a red rose feature.
Continue along the grey carpeted entrance hall – note the attractive ceiling embellishment overhead – before turning right, into the spacious and light-filled living room.
Immediately, all eyes are drawn to the mesmerising view through the front window out to the hills and fields opposite.
Carpeted in plush grey, there is ample space for sofas, armchairs, media station and other furnishings. The perfect room in which to relax and unwind in the evening.
Overhead, a trio of industrial-style feature pendant lights is suspended, with even more light filtering in through a duet of windows to the side wall.
Follow your nose next door to discover the family kitchen.
Grey units coat the walls, topped in oak effect, and backed by pale grey splashback tiles.
With space for a freestanding fridge-freezer, there is also a built-in Neff oven and grill, electric hob and extractor hood.
Look out from the window over the sink, to the sculptured back garden filled with raised borders of established greenery, gravelled beds and paving. French doors open up to bring the outside in – perfect for dining alfresco.
Directly across from the lounge, discover the first of three bedrooms. Looking out once more to the stunning countryside views, this bedroom also looks out over the front decking.
Perfect for budding Cinderellas and Sleeping Beauties, this bedroom also contains a Disney princess feature wall.
Sneak a peek at the family bathroom. Grey tiles coat the floor and surround the deep bath and shower cubicle. A wash basin, heated chrome towel rail and WC complete this bathroom.
Turn right from the bathroom to discover a second spacious bedroom. With one wall decorated in Thomas the Tank Engine feature wallpaper and with views over the mature plants in the rear garden, this bedroom is sure to be a hit with youngsters.
Views are inescapable in this warm family home, with the third bedroom also looking out to the fells and fields beyond the decking to the front.
Neutrally decorated in white with plush grey carpet, the views inside are irresistible too.
Outside, the garden wraps all the way around Number 43. Elevated to the front, a decking area drops down to a snug seating area – with divine views out over the hills, fields and countryside. Simply stunning.
Gravel borders, shrub planting and established greenery springs from raised beds to the rear, with a large, paved patio on which to sit and enjoy the sunshine.
Out and about
Nestled on the fringes of Ramsbottom, Number 43 Heatherside Road basks in the best of rurality.
Only a mile from the centre of Ramsbottom, a regular contender for the top spot in the Sunday Times’ North West’s ‘best places to live’, dip in and out of the limelight before retreating to your country home.
Packed with independent retailers, browse the eclectic offerings in store in the boutique shops.
Home to numerous welcoming pubs, quench your thirst at the Hearth and Ram, a refurbished 200-year-old inn set over three floors, with a vegan menu as well as the traditional Sunday lunch offerings.
Or for a truly local pint, try the Irwell Works Brewery Tap, serving up such classics as Mad Dogs and Englishmen and the Costa del Salford.
Fans of tapas-style dining will not be disappointed with a number of Spanish restaurants serving up tasting plates. Levanter serves traditional small plate Spanish tapas dishes, whilst its sister restaurant Baratxuri – a Basque style pintxos bar delivers bite-size delights alongside your wine.
Work up an appetite first with a rewarding walk up nearby Holcombe Hill and enjoy views down over the village.
With its easy access to the M66 and A56, Bury, Bolton, Burnley, Blackburn are all within reach for commuters.
For a family house brimming in the potential to extend and double its size, Number 43, Heatherside Road, with its spectacular views and close proximity to one of the North West’s finest towns is a rare gem indeed.
Book a viewing today to see its splendid views, welcoming rooms and potential for growth, for yourself.