Stitch Mi Lane, Harwood, Bolton BL2

£325,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Key features:

Three double bedroomsThree reception roomsKitchen connects reception rooms 2 and 3 Useful utility and additional storeLounge with log burner Well-proportioned bathroom Dating back to 1752 Comprehensively renovated between 30 and 40 years agoStunning array of traditional features

Main Description:

The House:

Both the property title and road name conjure up a wonderful image of the history which help to illuminate the many characteristics allowing this home to stand out from the crowd. Weavers Cottage, Stitch mi Lane dates back to 1752 yet it is important to note that the home was completely renovated from a near derelict state around 30 to 40 years ago. This renovation project was carried out with great attention to detail and with an emphasis on loading in as many traditional features as is possible yet with an understanding of modern design principles. These features combine to provide a dwelling that is more than just simple bricks and mortar.

The light and neutral décor which flows through the home is enhanced by aspects such as the reclaimed timber floor which has been installed in the front two reception rooms. The floor was sourced from a popular dance hall named the Palais in the town centre. There are reclaimed Victorian doors, some cast-iron radiators and a flagpole from a church. These are just some items that were sourced to create the desired finish.

The generous room sizes are particularly notable within the bedrooms and large bathroom. To the exterior, there is a lovely cottage garden to the front with central pathway leading to the porch. The side and rear combination of areas provide seating within a very private garden and courtyard environment and useful store space. There is also an excellent covered porch area which allows access to an extremely useful utility with additional store.

All in all we feel that this property will appeal to a very broad sector of the market and given the unique characteristics would anticipate good levels of interest.

The Area:

Harwood is a consistently popular village, which is well served by a good number of daily amenities and attracts many people who seek the impressive countryside which surrounds the area. A simple look at a satellite image will illustrate how much open green space there is on this north side of Bolton and many people settle in the area due to this reason. Those who are also looking to enjoy convenient access towards Bolton, Bury and Manchester often choose this area as a 'middle point'. There are a handful of shops and services (plus supermarket) in the village centre plus a good choice of pubs and restaurants.

Ground Floor

Porch

3' 5" x 3' 8" (1.04m x 1.12m) with glass panelled door, glazed sides and vaulted ceiling. Pine and stained and leaded front door leads to Reception 1.

Reception 1

11' 2" x 11' 2" (3.40m x 3.40m max into alcove) Positioned to the front with window to front garden and the open aspect. Feature cast iron style fireplace. Access to the Kitchen.

Reception 2

10' x 17' 9" (3.05m max to alcove x 5.41m) with window to the front garden and open aspect. Feature fireplace with timber lintel over a stone fireplace and hearth fitted with a log burner. Stairs to first floor.

Kitchen

8' 2" x 11' (2.49m x 3.35m) with gable window and glass panelled rear stable door opening to the rear garden. Kitchen with wall and base units in oak. Integral gas hob and oven, plus dishwasher. Integral fridge. Tiled finish to the floor. Further access to Reception area 3.

Reception 3

16' 3" x 7' 7" (4.95m x 2.31m) with rear and gable windows. Tiled finish to the floor.

Rear Porch

Covered porch accessed from the Kitchen providing further access to a Utility.

Utility

5' 4" x 8' 10" (1.63m x 2.69m) with rear window and space for a good variety of appliances. Further access to a storage area.

First Floor

Landing to bed 3

with rear window to courtyard, and additional area used as a Study 5' (1.52m) (narrowing to 2' 8" (0.81M) x 8' 5" (2.57m).

Bedroom 1

10' x 14' 6" (3.05m x 4.42m) Positioned to the front with front facing window with open aspect. Loft access. Part vaulted ceiling to the front. Fitted storage.

Bedroom 2

11' 4" x 11' 3" (3.45m x 3.43m) Positioned to the front. Loft access. Part vaulted ceiling to the front. Fitted storage to each alcove.

Bedroom 3

15' 1" x 7' 6" (4.60m x 2.29m) Positioned to the rear with rear and gable window. Gable window overlooks nearby rooftops with a distant view. Further loft access.

Bathroom

8' x 8' 2" (2.44m x 2.49m) with part vaulted ceiling and gable window. Fully tiled to the walls and floor. Hand basin, wc, and bath with shower from mains over.

Garden

To the front a central pathway leads through a pleasant cottage garden to the front door.

The side garden area is block paved and includes a log store and area for bin storage.

To the rear the garden is finished in a low maintenance style with block paved patio and artificial turf. Gate provides access to the rear service road. Outside light and water.

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01204 214335

Lancasters - Horwich

Lancasters Estate Agents, Winter Hey Lane, Horwich, Bolton, Greater Manchester, BL6 7PJ

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