Stubbins Street, Ramsbottom Guide Price: 235000

Property Summary

  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 1 Reception Rooms

Property Location

Stone built character cottages don’t come quainter than at Number 43 Stubbins Street, a home brimming with traditional features, the current owner has subtly upgraded for a modern feel.

Nestled on the end of a row of chocolate box cottages, surrounded by rurality and serenaded by the soothing sound of wildlife, park up on the double drive before making your way to the purple front door.

Stepping onto the original tiled floor of the porch, take off your shoes and coat before continuing through to the living room. Dressed in soothing neutral tones with a feature wallpaper, original beams add a rich contrast to the ceiling above. Underfoot is porcelain wood effect tiles that puts a modern take on the traditional theme throughout the home.

The focal point of the room is an exposed chimney wall of stone provides textural interest and character whilst also serving as a reminder to the antiquity of the home. Beneath, a log-burning stove sits on a stone hearth; the ultimate ambient addition to any winter’s evening.

Plenty of room for a sofa and an additional armchair, there is also a feature window through to the kitchen beneath the stairs which lead up to the first floor.

Continue ahead, through to the kitchen, set to the rear of the home and looking out across the garden to the rural views beyond. The cabinetry has been painted in an on trend petrol blue, with fitted gas hob and oven and grill, there is space for freestanding washer and fridge freezer. With access out to the garden through a traditional style door, ideal for warm summer nights after work sitting outside in the sunshine with a glass of your favourite tipple in hand.

Ascend the stairs up to the first floor, where two of the three bedrooms await.

Take a left into the second bedroom, carpeted in grey and decorated in a neutral grey palette with a geometric feature wall with a pop of pink. This room has an array of freestanding shelving for books and files, with a desk situated in the corner to the right of the window that frames views outside to the garden when working from home.

Off the second bedroom, refresh in the family bathroom; fully tiled in earth tones, illuminated by an obscured glass window and fitted with bath and overhead shower, wash basin with vanity unit storage and WC.

Returning to the landing, discover the master bedroom, located on the first floor to the front, where you can soak up views over Stubbins Street; pretty cottages and the distant trees through the large window whilst enjoying a cup of tea in bed.

A further set of carpeted stairs leads to the loft room. Grandly-sized, beneath a vaulted ceiling, there is ample storage within the deep eaves – handy for suitcases, Christmas decorations and more.

Velux windows above deliver daylight throughout the room. Currently utilised as a bedroom with play area, this transformed attic level adds so much potential.

Returning downstairs, step outside and soak up the stillness of this serene setting from the garden.
Styled as a traditional terrace with patio directly from the back door and a large parcel of grassed lawn. Two outbuildings, once the coal shed and outside toilet; now house a tumble dryer.

The ultimate family garden, children can run around and play about the grassed garden. Stash your garden tools in the shed which is also handy for storing fuel for the log burner.

 

Out and About

Nestled on the fringes of Ramsbottom, Number 43 Stubbins Street 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.

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.

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.

 

This versatile, character property packed with period features with easy access to the countryside and city, No 43 Stubbins Street welcomes you with open arms.  Suitable for first time buyers, couples and those with a growing family, book your viewing today.

 

Freehold

Council Tax Band B

EPC for Stubbins Street, Ramsbottom
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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