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New Hall Lane

Summary
Bedrooms 3 Bedrooms
Bathrooms 1 Bathroom
A very attractive true bungalow sitting in a generous and prominent corner plot. The home has been well cared for but now requires general modernisation and also offers development potential. No chain.

The Bungalow:
Offered to the market for the first time in around 40 years and offering great potential for either general modernisation or development, is this three bedroom and two reception room true bungalow. The home represents a great opportunity to acquire a really unique property in this high calibre location. True bungalow characteristics are becoming increasingly sought after and would no doubt appeal to those downsizing from a larger property wishing to retain a good quality area but purely single storey living, and to family buyers given the number of well established schools in the area. More generally speaking, there may be potential for development of the plot itself or a more simple loft conversion.

As it stands, the inter-war detached property includes a large entrance hall and porchway; two reception rooms, three bedrooms and a large breakfast kitchen. There is access from the breakfast kitchen to a useful basement / utility and store, whilst there is a driveway and garage access from Rydal Road. The bungalow is surrounded by beautifully tended and established gardens. Please note that the detached garages accessed from New Hall Lane do not belong to our subject property. The lovely period features and attractive structure are sure to help to command good interest levels and we would certainly recommend an early viewing.

The Area:
'Hedgeways' occupies the corner of New Hall Lane and Rydal Road which is located in Heaton; one of the towns leading residential areas. Many people choose to buy within the area due to the variety of sports and social links coupled with the good access to Bolton School. A very strong feature of the town is the access junctions 4,5 and 6 of the M61, together with mainline train stations. Manchester city centre is considered by many locals as a suitable distance to shop, work and socialise.

Entrance
4' 11" x 12' (1.50m x 3.66m) Large Entrance Porch with attractive tiled finish to the floor, original stained and leaded windows. Fitted storage, cupboard houses the electric meter and consumer unit. Glass-paneled door leads into large Entrance Hall 25' 1" x 4' 11" (7.65m x 1.50m).

Reception Room 1
13' 11" x 16' 6" (4.24m x 5.03m) Positioned to the front with brick fire place and tiled hearth, a double-glazed bay projection with original stained glass and leaded windows above overlooks the front garden and a very pleasant outlook. Open access into Reception Room 2.

Reception Room 2
13' 6" x 11' 9" (4.11m x 3.58m) a large double-glazed and leaded window with original stained glass overlooks the front garden and a very pleasant outlook.

Breakfast Kitchen
10' 3" x 11' 9" (3.12m x 3.58m) with wall and base units also recessed into a chimney breast and there is a small bay projection to the rear with fitted seat. Pantry 3' 2" x 4' 11" (0.97m x 1.50m).

Cellar Room
11' 10" x 15' 5" max (3.61m x 4.70m) Useful storage room. Possible light well to the rear; sink and drainer, gas central heating boiler, power and light.

Bedroom 1
11' 9" x 16' 5" (3.58m x 5.00m) overlooks the front garden; fitted bedroom furniture to three walls plus bay projection.

Bedroom 2
10' 1" to front of robes x 11' 8" (3.07m x 3.56m) positioned to the rear, fitted wardrobes to each alcove; overlooks the rear garden; fitted with hand basin.

Bedroom 3
7' 8" x 10' 6" (2.34m x 3.20m) single bedroom with gable window.

Shower Room
9' 3" x 7' (2.82m x 2.13m) with two gable windows; double-width shower cubicle with shower from mains; storage unit, wc with concealed cistern, hand basin set within tiled top.

Gardens
There is a short driveway and carport accessed from Rydal Road, leading on to the well maintained and mature gardens which surround the property with established shrubs, rockeries, lawns and generous patio area and hard standing for two greenhouses.

Directions:
From Chorley New Road, proceed up New Hall Lane, passing over the junction with Carlton Road and then Albert Road West. The property will then be on your left hand side with the corner of Rydal Road.

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  • No chain
  • Attractive detached true bungalow
  • Retaining some period features
  • Excellent plot size
  • Off road parking from Rydal Road
  • Three bedrooms / two reception rooms
  • Ready for modernisation
  • High calibre address
  • Great possibilities for conversion
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