Moor Way, Hawkshaw Guide Price: £350,000

Property Summary

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 2 Reception Rooms

Property Location

In the heart of Hawkshaw, just a short walk from the local primary school, pub, village store and church, tucked back off Hawkshaw Lane, discover a home with great flexibility, at No 26, Moor Way.

Pull up along the paved driveway where parking for one is available alongside a single garage. To the front of the home, a neat area of lawn is lined in trimmed hedging and well-tended shrubbery borders.

Make your way to the glazed entrance porch, with space for the doffing and donning of coats and boots, before heading through into the central entrance hallway, broad and bright, with doors opening up to different sides.

Off-white walls and neat cornicing dress the dining room on the left, a good size room, with views out over the garden and peaceful street to the front.

Across the way, the galley kitchen features tiling to the walls, with fitted cabinetry for storage and space for an undercounter fridge alongside space for a freestanding fridge-freezer and oven. Also featuring a breakfast bar area with seating for two, views from the window above the sink look out over the front.

A door from the kitchen opens into the integral garage, offering the scope for expansion and perhaps the creation of a modern dining kitchen. Currently, the rear of the garage houses the washer and dryer, with bin storage to the front alongside an area of fitted cabinetry for overflow kitchen storage.

Returning to the entrance hallway, a door opens to the living room, a cheerful space currently accommodating a two-seater sofa and three armchairs. Sliding doors frame views out over – and offer easy access into – the large, well-tended rear garden and patio. Carpeted underfoot in the same manner as the dining room, a slate and marble-effect tiled fireplace houses an electric fire.

Opening up off the lounge, a door leads to an inner hallway, where a shower room awaits immediately on the left. A good-sized room, with carpet underfoot and tiling in refreshing tones of sea foam blue and white to the walls, there is a large, walk-in shower, wash basin and WC along with a wall of fitted wardrobes; perfect for storing towels and bedding.

Overlooking the patio, discover the second bedroom along the inner hallway and on the right. With white walls and a feature banding along the top section of wall, there is plenty of space for a double bed, bedside tables, wardrobes and drawers in this bedroom.

Next door, bedroom three is the perfect size for a single bed, making it ideal as a nursery, or perhaps for use as a study for those working from home. Light and bright, a wide window overlooks the garden to the rear.

Peacefully and privately tucked away at the end of the hallway, arrive at the master bedroom, overlooking the rear patio and garden. Salmon carpet extends underfoot, with a wealth of fitted wardrobes and shelving reaching up and over the double bed. Across, an extent of fitted drawers also provides plenty of storage for clothes, jewellery and makeup, for a clean, clutter free finish.

With its wide and spacious hallway, the potential exists to house a staircase, expand into the loft space and reconfigure the ground floor, subject to planning permission.

Accessible from the lounge and via the integral garage, the large rear garden is a safe, spacious and sunny sanctuary, safe for both children and pets.

Immediately outside the French doors, a large patio provides plenty of space for wining, dining and unwinding in the sunshine, bordered by raised beds and mature planting.

Perfectly private, the sheltered, enclosed patio leads on to a large area of lawn, with fencing, mature trees and shrubs to the rear. A sunny spot also houses a large greenhouse, ideal for those wishing to grow their own fruit and veg.

Out & About

Nestled amidst rolling greenery, Moor Way offers a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, retaining easy access to the bright lights when they call.

Step out and about and get to know your neighbours, in the friendly, community-feel village of Hawkshaw. With walks aplenty on the doorstep, pull on your walking boots, pop the pooch on a lead, pack up a picnic and head out with the family.

Only moments from the front door lies local pub The Waggon & Horses; treat yourself to a lunch and a drink, or even join in on the pub quiz. Meanwhile, the lauded local pub The Red Lion is only five minutes’ walk in the same direction, known for its fabulous roast dinners.

Families are ideally situated, with local school St Mary’s Church of England Primary School – directly connected to the local St Mary’s Church – both within a few minutes’ walk.  Greenmount Primary School, Holcombe Brook Primary School and Woodhey High School are also only a few minutes’ drive away.

Enjoy trips out to the local park, just two minutes from the door, before grabbing your essentials from the local Village Store. Keep fit at the local village tennis courts, or perfect your swing at Greenmount Golf Club, which is a five minutes’ drive away.

Less than ten minutes’ drive from Ramsbottom, its restaurants, shops and bars – and also less than 15-minutes’ drive from bustling Bury, the ‘real world’ is in reach – when you want it to be.

With great commuter links, enjoy all the benefits of country living with easy access into Bolton, Manchester, Bury and beyond.

Brimming with flexibility and the potential to extend into a fantastic, modern, family home, close to all the amenities, No. 26, Moor Way is a must-view home.

Tenure – Leasehold
Ground Rent – £10.00 Per Annum
Council Tax Band – C
EPC Rating – D

EPC for Moor Way, Hawkshaw
Kelly Woolford

Kelly Woolford

To view this property call us on 01204 77 35 56 or email: kelly.woolford@wainwrightshomes.com

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