It is important to note that this detached true bungalow is currently occupied by a growing family, illustrating that the property should appeal to a great variety of buyers outside of those seeking single-storey living. That said, true bungalows in high calibre locations are an increasingly sought-after sector of the market and those desiring bungalow accommodation would be wise to seize the opportunity of this property being available.
The home occupies a prominent corner of Victoria Road and Markland Hill, opposite the Tennis Club and in addition to the current versatile living space, planning has been granted to extend the home by way of introducing a first floor. Further details are available on request and can be found on the Bolton Council website - Planning Application No: 90612/13. Some ground floor changes in line with the planning permission have commenced; however, our clients have since had a change of plan.
The current layout affords a large entrance hall, individual formal living room, the addition of a large open plan kitchen, living and dining area with further access to a Garden Room which views into the rear garden and is finished with a fire. The four bedrooms are of a good size all including fitted furniture. The master bedroom includes a modern en suite shower room while the family bathroom is also of a modern design. The property is also available with the added benefit of no chain. High levels of interest are expected.
Located within the heart of Heaton and occupying the prominent corner plot with Markland Hill and Victoria Road (opposite Oakwood Drive) is this impressive detached home. This location offers great access to popular nearby social facilities and also benefits from being in close proximity to Markland Hill County Primary School, and the road itself also plays host to a very popular local convenience store. The home is also ideally located for those seeking good access towards the private schools of Clevelands and Bolton School. Junction 5 of the M61 is around three miles away, whilst Lostock train station is around 1.5 miles away. Many locals consider Manchester City centre and the Trafford Centre an appropriate distance to work, shop and socialise, whilst closer to home Horwich town centre and the Middlebrook retail development offer a good variety of shops and services.
26' 1" x 6' 1" (7.95m x 1.85m) with excellent storage.
Main Reception Room
21' 5" x 14' 3" (6.53m x 4.34m) a bright room with large sliding patio doors to one side with large front facing window. Overlooks the Tennis Club.
Open Plan Kitchen and Dining Area
30' 10" x 21' 3" (9.40m x 6.48m) a large kitchen, living and dining space finished with contemporary gas fire by Dru.
18' 5" x 11' 5" (5.61m x 3.48m) Accessed from the Open Plan Living Area with vaulted ceiling, feature rear window to the garden which follows the vaulted ceiling line, plus bi-folding doors to the side opening to the patio; contemporary gas fire by Dru.
9' 4" x 11' 8" (2.84m x 3.56m) with integral washer and dryer; cupboard also conceals the gas central heating Combi boiler.
Cloakroom / WC
3' 2" x 9' 3" (0.97m x 2.82m) fully tiled to the walls.
13' x 15' 9" (3.96m x 4.80m) fully fitted with bedroom furniture, overlooks the Tennis Club to the front, with en suite shower room.
En Suite Shower Room
5' 5" x 6' 9" (1.65m x 2.06m) with double-width shower cubicle, wc, hand basin, tiled to walls and floor.
11' 1" x 11' (3.38m x 3.35m) looks to the garden and fully fitted with furniture.
9' 11" x 14' 2" (3.02m x 4.32m) overlooking the tennis club to the front.
8' 10" x 7' 8" (2.69m x 2.34m) looks to the garden and patio. Fitted with bedroom furniture.
7' 8" x 10' 10" max into bath recess (2.34m x 3.30m) with corner bath with tiled enclosure, wc, hand basin, tiled walls and floor.
Former garage now store room
15' 7" x 11' 5" (4.75m x 3.48m) Altered from the original to allow for the Utility Area and Cloakroom/wc. This has become an excellent storage space with electric up and over door.
To the front electric gates with associated fencing. Excellent large driveway. Pathway to the side. Gardens to the side and rear.
From Chorley New Road proceed up Markland Hill to the side of Christ Church and the property is on the left-hand side occupying the corner of Victoria Road and Markland Hill.
- Detached true bungalow
- High quality presentation
- Prominent corner plot
- Close to Markland Hill Tennis Club
- Currently occupied by growing family
- Planning permission granted to extend the first floor
- Flexible layout
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