Marshdale Road, Bolton BL1

£850,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Key features:

Minute attention to detail refurbishment including total uplift of all period features including new doors, skirting boards, floor boards throughout, electrical re-wire, full new plumbing system including storage vessel central heating.Lincrusta frieze and plaster cornice to most rooms downstairsLincrusta panelling to the hall and stairsAll the ground floors were renewed in entiretyAll exposed floor boards are Victorian pitch pineComplete plaster renewal to every room except the lounge and dining room, these were over-plastered.Windows renewed with high-performance double-glazed engineering redwood box sashes, regardless of cost.Other than the brickwork it was a completely new house in 2006.Separate utility, pantry and boot roomsGated high calibre private roadPositioned within the heart of HeatonGreat access to popular schooling

Main Description:

The Home:

'High Bank' is located within a private cul-de-sac within the heart of Heaton just off Markland Hill. The home was constructed during 1879 and it is noteworthy that the property was comprehensively and sympathetically refurbished during 2005/2006 with the vast majority of rooms being taken back to brick and subsequently re-plastered along with the necessary electrical, central heating and joinery work.

The property has also been extended to the rear which has created a large open plan kitchen with living area and this comes in addition to the two formal reception rooms which are located to the front. The kitchen itself is fitted with bespoke units and designed with separate pantry, utility and boot room. The renovation has been completed with great thought and use of relevant period features. Four of the five bedrooms have an en suite facility with the fifth having the use of a separate shower room.

The owners went to unlimited lengths to ensure a total quality refurbishment. All underground drains and sewers were completely renewed back to the adopted manhole in Marshdale Road. An impressive detached garage / workshop which would no doubt suit those who enjoy spending time working on vehicles or alternatively there is great potential to create a home office / teenage den etc.

The Area:

Marshdale Road is a private cul-de-sac nestled within the heart of Heaton and positioned just off Markland Hill. It therefore forms part of one of the most highly regarded areas within the town and the road plays host to just seven detached dwellings. The general area attracts many buyers due to the excellent school catchment areas including Markland Hill County Primary School, whilst Bolton School is just around one mile away and therefore attracts many buyers to the immediate area.

In terms of general amenities there are a number of popular sports and racquet clubs, pubs / restaurants, whilst a small local shop is located on Markland Hill and is a great asset to the areal. The excellent transport links are a particularly important feature for the town. Junction 6 M61 is just 3 miles away whilst Lostock train station is just around 1.5 miles away. Both these links mean residents can gain access towards Manchester which may people consider to be a suitable distance to work, shop and socialise.

Directions:

Directions:

From Chorley New Road proceed up Markland Hill taking the turning on the right into Marshdale Road where the subject property will be on your left.

Ground Floor

Hallway / Stairs

Lincrusta panelled hallway and staircase with impressive mahogany newel posts and detailed spindles – leading to first floor.

Reception Room 1

19' 4" x 23' 8" (5.89m x 7.21m) with ceiling height 10' 5" (3.18m) Open plan living area to the rear and adjoining the kitchen.

Kitchen

15' 11" x 20' 10" (4.85m x 6.35m) (see plan for shape) Stunning bespoke kitchen with fitted pantry 5' 7" x 7' 9" (1.70m x 2.36m) with marble cold shelf and rear window.

Utility

7' 7" x 4' 11" (2.31m x 1.50m) with plumbing for washing machine, vented for tumble dryer, space for tall fridge freezer and fitted with wall and base units, sink.

Boot Room

7' 9" x 4' 9" (2.36m x 1.45m) with access to the rear. Water tank and boiler room 4' 8" x 3' 10" (1.42m x 1.17m).

Reception Room 2 Lounge

16' 2" max to alcove x 19' 2" (4.93m x 5.84m) to the bay. Positioned looking to the front and with working open fire within superb fireplace and hearth.

Reception 3 Dining Room

12' 8" x 18' 11" (3.86m x 5.77m) to the front with feature fireplace. Access into the kitchen.

Shower Room Downstairs

3' 10" x 11' 7" (1.17m x 3.53m) (downstairs off the hallway) with double-width shower cubicle with shower from mains, high level period style wc with matching hand basin and impressive tiling to walls and floor.

First Floor

Landing

with stained and leaded glass work within ceiling light giving natural light to the area. Fitted airing cupboard and consumer unit for the First Floor.

Master Bedroom

15' 5" x 19' 7" max to rear of robes (4.70m x 5.97m) Large double bedroom to the rear

Master En Suite

7' 10" x 15' 1" max over shower (2.39m x 4.60m) with gable window, standalone claw-footed bath, bidet, high-level wc, twin hand basins with storage and double-width shower cubicle.

Bedroom 2

15' 11" x 12' 5" (4.85m x 3.78m) front double with entrance zone (7' 10" x 6' 5" (2.39m x 1.96m).

Bedroom 2 En Suite

7' 5" x 9' 4" (2.26m x 2.84m) with hand basin, wc, corner bath with shower over.

Bed 2 Walk-in Wardrobe

6' 11" x 5' 8" (2.11m x 1.73m) Walk-in Wardrobe

Bedroom 3

16' x 9' 8" (4.88m x 2.95m) to the gable with newly fitted furniture and decoration.

Bedroom 3 En Suite

6' 3" x 9' 2" (1.91m x 2.79m) with black and white floor tiles and wood panelling to walls. Comprising toilet, wash basin and bath with shower and White Roc to walls.

Bedroom 4

12' 3" x 12' 5" (3.73m x 3.78m) further double bedroom (south facing looking onto front garden)

Bed 4 En Suite

4' 3" x 8' 5" (1.30m x 2.57m) with typical ceiling height of (10'11,3.33m) with wc, handbasin, double-width shower cubicle.

Bedroom 5 / Office

15' 7" x 12' 3" (4.75m x 3.73m) This room is currently used as an office space, but could easily be returned back to the 5th bedroom.

Cellar Rooms

Cellar 1

15' 9" x 15' 11" (4.80m x 4.85m) Steps lead from the Hallway to the Cellar Rooms. Cellar Room 1 with electric consumer unit and gas meter.

Cellar 2

7' 1" x 15' 10" (2.16m x 4.83m) middle room.

Cellar 3

12' 9" x 15' 9" (3.89m x 4.80m)

Outside

Outside

South facing front garden lined with trees and shrubs. Large patio area / entertaining space, with York Stone flags. At the entrance to the driveway there are large brick built garden gate pillars in place to allow for the future installation of gates.

Garage

27' 8" x 18' 7" (8.43m x 5.66m) with electric up and over door, space for two vehicles; and large work area. Pedestrian door to the side; power and light. Water main runs into the garage but currently no tap. Steps lead to First Floor which is a great storage space and includes dormer windows to the front.

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01204 214335

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