DescriptionThe Elms is a magnificent detached residence built circa 1932, occupying an enviable sized plot and position set back and overlooking a quiet country lane. Situated in a picturesque setting surrounded by open countryside and woodland on the edge of the Jumbles Country Park perfect for tranquil walks and outdoor activities.
Accommodation briefly comprising: entrance hall, 2 piece cloaks, lounge, dining room, sitting room, breakfast kitchen, utility room, conservatory with double doors leading out to the fabulous garden, 1st floor: landing, four double bedrooms with the master providing a 3 piece en suite shower room, family 3 piece bathroom. Outside are beautiful and generous sized gardens to the front and rear with a driveway for vehicle parking.
Conveniently placed for outstanding schools at all levels with Bromley Cross train station being just a short stroll away giving you direct access to Manchester City centre.
Viewing an absolute must to allow any potential purchaser to fully appreciate everything The Elms has to offer.
Directions: from our office proceed down Darwen Road and take a left just after the railway bridge on to Grange Road which is accessed via Shady Lane and is a tree-lined 'Country Style' lane leading to the Jumbles Country Park with individual style properties found along its length, the property is situated on your left accessed via a driveway.
Feature wood panelled half turn staircase leads to the first floor, matching wood panelled doors , casing and skirting boards, exposed solid wood floor
2 piece Cloaks
Low level wc, wash hand basin
16'9" (5.11 M) x 14'9" (4.50 M) (max) 11'9" (3.58 M) (min)
Feature recess with side windows, inset complimentary living flame gas fire remote control operated, bay window to the front aspect with picturesque elevated views, rear aspect window overlooking the rear garden
12'0" (3.66 M) x 11'9" (3.58 M)
Bay window with picturesque elevated views, exposed solid wood floor
12'1" (3.68 M) x 11'0" (3.35 M)
Front aspect window with picturesque views, additional side aspect window
Impressive Fitted Dining Kitchen
20'0" (6.10 M) x 9'8" (2.95 M) (max) 7'4" (2.24 M) (min)
Bespoke fitted cream shaker style wall and floor units with complimentary black granite worktops and splashbacks, one and half bowl sink unit with Rangemaster stove with Neff extraction hood above, integrated fridge, dishwasher, microwave , under unit lighting, granite breakfast bar
7'5" (2.26 M) x 6'5" (1.96 M)
Plumbed for washing machine and dryer, gas fired central heating boiler unit
12'5" (3.78 M) x 9'6" (2.90 M)
Cathedral style glazed roof, pleasant outlooks over the private rear garden, tiled floor
Impressive spacious landing with a window seat and bay window takes in the fabulous elevated views, this area could easily incorporate a study should you wish, loft access
11'9" (3.58 M) x 10'9" (3.28 M)
Fabulous elevated views to the front aspect, fitted louvred wardrobes
En Suite 3 piece Shower Room
White "Heritage" suite comprising of a low level wc, pedestal wash basin, shower in a modern tiled/glazed cubicle, feature heated towel rail
11'2" (3.40 M) x 12'3" (3.73 M)
Pleasant side aspects views, spotlights
12'2" (3.71 M) x 9'8" (2.95 M)
Fabulous elevated views to the front aspect, fitted wardrobes
11'10" (3.61 M) x 9'0" (2.74 M)
Fabulous elevated views to the front aspect
Spacious 4 piece Family Bathroom
Period white suite including "Heritage" pedestal wash basin, low level wc, "Victoria & Albert" freestanding bath, corner tiled/glazed shower cubicle, heated towel rail, 2 windows overlooking the rear garden, spotlights
One of the many selling features of this property is the fantastic position, set within immaculately presented well stocked gardens in an elevated position with fabulous countryside views to the front and a well tended private garden to the rear and side with flagged patio areas and timber shed
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The higher the rating the lower your fuel bills are likely to be.
The potential rating shows the effect of undertaking the recommendations in the EPC document.
The average energy efficiency rating for a dwelling in England and Wales is band D (rating 60).