Turton Road, Tottington Guide Price: Sold STC £240,000

Property Summary

  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 2 Reception Rooms

Property Location

On the cusp of the countryside, only a short walk from the shops and cafes of Tottington village, discover a stylish and embracing Accrington red-brick home with a contemporary and uplifting vibe.

Park up outside the neatly lawned front garden at Turton Road and make your way along the paved path to the navy blue front door.

STYLISH LIVING MADE MODERN

Hang your coat in the porch, before opening the part-glazed door into the light-filled lounge, where the high-quality finish is instantly revealed. Plantation shutters dress the broad sash windows, framing views out in the direction of Scout Moor and Holcombe Hill.

Snuggle up in front of the living flame gas fire, inset within a marble surround. Stunning parquet flooring extends underfoot, painted with fresh Purbeck Stone, from Farrow & Ball, adorning the walls. There is ample space for sofas and other furnishings. Note the sense of spaciousness and airiness courtesy of the high ceilings, where elegant coving skirts the ceiling.

FEAST YOUR EYES

Make your way through to the dining room at the rear, where feature parquet, wooden flooring continues underfoot. Opening up to the kitchen beyond, this is a sociable room in which to cook, entertain and be with friends. Throw open the patio doors and enjoy alfresco, indoor-outdoor living in the summer months.

Parquet flooring flows seamlessly through to the kitchen, where cabinetry provides plenty of storage topped in solid wood preparation surfaces. Appliances include a Range-style oven with grill and five-burner gas hob with extractor hood. There is also an integrated fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine alongside a Worcester Bosch combi-boiler.

AND SO TO BED…

Make your way upstairs, to the first-floor landing, turning left to arrive at the main bedroom, which has been newly painted with soft truffle tones.

Wake up to stunning views out over Holcombe Hill and Scout Moor from the large, plantation-shutter fitted window. Ample storage is available in the fitted wardrobes, with further storage available in the understairs cupboard. Solid wood flooring extends underfoot.

REFRESH & REVIVE

Across the landing, to the rear of the home a second bedroom can accommodate a Queen-size bed, again dressed in calming soft truffle tones, this bedroom could also serve as an office and dressing room.

Refreshment awaits in the serenely styled family bathroom, where black and white chequered flooring extends underfoot, with modern white metro tiling to the walls alongside feature tropical-themed wallpaper. Soak away the aches in the bath, with overhead rainfall shower. There is also a wash basin, WC and heated towel radiator.

Outside, soak up the sunshine in the Mediterranean feel, courtyard garden. Whitewashed walls retain the warmth, for added privacy. Paved underfoot with plenty of space for garden furniture, enjoy a Friday night gin and tonic after work in your own tranquil oasis of calm.

ON YOUR DOORSTEP…

Benefitting from country walks and all the amenities of village living, step outside and explore the delights of Tottington.

Walks are in abundance on the doorstep, following the old railway lines to enjoy the beauty and tranquillity of nature. Handy for those with bikes or prams, call in on one of the coffee shops for cake on route. Pay a visit to Old Kays Park, perfect for those whose small children will enjoy the playground, and popular with dog walkers too.

Make your way through Two Brooks Valley, through buttercup strewn meadows to arrive at Hawkshaw, where you can quench your thirst in one of the local pubs.

Golfers can perfect their swing at the nearby golf club in Greenmount. On the border of both Greenmount and Hawkshaw, there are plenty of cafes, bars and restaurants to choose from. In Tottington you will find a Co-op, dry cleaners, butchers, florist, Post Office and sandwich shop.

Dine out at family-run Carmelo’s on Chapel Street, pay a visit to the local Chinese restaurant or treat yourself to a steak dinner at Miller & Carter, before stopping at Stanley’s of Tottington for a one-of-a-kind cocktail. For local pubs, try the Pack Horse in Affetside or the Red Lion and Wagon and Horses in Hawkshaw.

Those looking to start a family will be delighted to know there are a range of local schools to choose from including Tottington Primary School, Holly Mount and Greenmount Primary School alongside Mulberry Bush Nursery.

Commuting is simple, with the Bury Metrolink only ten minutes’ drive away and Bromley Cross train station also within easy reach.

Sample stylish, easy living in a beautifully decorated home with stunning countryside views, with great access to walks, schools, shops and transport links, Turton Road, Tottington, a happy and comfortable home.

Leasehold Property – 890 Years Remaining
Ground Rent – £9.00 Per Year
Council Tax Band – B
EPC – D

EPC for Turton Road, Tottington
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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