Malvern Avenue, Bury Guide Price: Sold STC

Property Summary

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 2 Reception Rooms

Property Location

Period living only a walk from the park, local school and transport links awaits at Malvern Avenue, in Bury.

Park up outside the Accrington red-brick terrace, its front garden boundary outlined in handsome wrought iron railings. Open the pedestrian gate and make your way to the canopy covered front door.

Step inside onto the Minton tiled flooring of the porch, where light showers down from the stained-glass transom window above. Immediately note the evocative period features: the high ceilings; plaster corbels and intricate architraving of the entrance hall ahead.

Airy, spacious and light, instantly sense the relaxation and comfort afforded by Malvern Avenue.

Underfoot, wooden flooring extends, continuing throughout the downstairs.

Turning left, emerge into the front lounge, where the remarkable original fireplace adds a focal warmth to the room. Light saturates the space through the broad, stained-glass bay window to the front. Once again, the original decorative touches set this home apart – the picture rail and high ceilings adding a sense of grandeur to this comfortable and inviting room.

To the rear, make your way through a glazed door ahead to arrive at the dining room. Decorated in muted, peaceful tones, the original picture rail and high ceiling again create a feeling of space and relaxation. Open the original door to discover hidden storage beneath the stairs. Formerly the kitchen to the home, note the authentic wall-cupboards, handy for storing all the clutter away. The cast iron fireplace serves as a nod to the heritage of this home – a place where classic and contemporary reside in complementary fashion.  A versatile and spacious room, it also functions as both a study and music room, accommodating a piano.

Beyond the dining room, peep through to the kitchen. Light and bright, with white metro tiling to the walls, cream Shaker-style cabinets and drawers offer ample storage space. Integrated appliances include a Bosch oven, sink, cooker hood and induction hob. Overhead, spotlights are inset within a painted, panelled ceiling. Easy access is available out to the rear garden.

 Nestled between the front and rear rooms, ascend the stairs up to the first floor, where neutral carpet stretches up and onto the landing.

Overlooking the front, on the left arrive at the main bedroom. Cushy oatmeal-toned carpet extends underfoot, whilst a wall of fitted wardrobes offers an abundance of storage. Dressed in soft, neutral hues, sconce lighting is fitted to the wall on either side of the super-king-size bed, above the floating, wooden bedside tables. Blinds are fitted to the front window, with space for a dressing table and a wall-mounted television.

Traversing the landing, to the rear of the home discover the fully tiled, spotlit family bathroom, where soothing spa tones accompany a bath with overhead shower, fitted with a sophisticated bespoke glass panel, alongside a WC and wash basin.Next door to the bathroom, looking out to the rear towards the courtyard garden is the second bedroom, oatmeal carpet harmonising with white walls. A great size double bedroom, peaceful and quiet, also featuring a traditional Victorian fireplace. The boiler is also housed in this bedroom behind a fitted cupboard.

Finally, ascend a further staircase, carpeted in dark cream, to arrive at a converted attic room. Fully soundproofed, this stylish room has an abundance of storage within the eaves and is well illuminated by Velux windows above. Why not set up your home office up here? The home is served by excellent Wi-Fi throughout. Ideal too as a children’s playroom with the potential to develop further into a bedroom.

 Suntrap garden

Step out into the sunny courtyard garden, where white painted walls retain the sun’s warmth throughout the day. In springtime, admire the blossom on the trees. Peaceful and relaxing, enjoy a sundowner in the privacy of your own suntrap garden. A shed at the rear is fitted with electrics. Consider the installation of a heater to transform this space into a year-round garden.

Out and about

Perfectly placed for families, step out through the door and turn right, to discover Chesham Woods and parkland; the perfect place for spotting wildlife including robins, wrens, and even speckled wood butterflies. Carpeted in bluebells in spring, wander the footpaths and admire the rhododendrons and flowing streams. A historic park, admire the beech hedges, ponds, ornamental trees and kitchen garden.

In the opposite direction, along the River Irwell, Burrs Country Park is also accessible, whilst for a round of golf, Lowes Park Golf Club is also close by.

Chesham Primary School and pre-school Tiddlywinks Nursery are both only a three-minute walk away, with St Joseph & St Bede Primary School also nearby.

Commute with ease into Manchester city centre and beyond, with the bus and metro link only fifteen minutes’ walk away. Meanwhile, access the motorway network within five minutes.

Several pubs, cafes and eateries including The Walmersley Conservative Club, Sundial and The Towler are all easily accessible, with Tesco just a few minutes’ drive away.

Quirky, characterful and cosy, Malvern Avenue is a well-loved home perfect for those considering starting a family, a professional couple or those looking for a home brimming with character to retire to.

Tenure – Leasehold Property

Council Tax Band – B

EPC for Malvern Avenue, Bury
Kelly Woolford

Kelly Woolford

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