3 Bed Other  For Sale  Wilderswood  Horwich  Greater Manchester  BL6  
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Architectural creativity in elevated rural retreat, carefully designed, extended and artfully finished with creativity and passion. There simply isn't another home like this in Bolton. On approach the home appears carved out of a rock face extended substantially, this three bedroom home with 180 degree panoramic views of fantastic rolling countryside, offers something completely different for a potential purchaser. The house sits in a wooded elevated and secluded site of some 900 sq.m. Internal inspection is strongly recommended to soak up the ambience, setting and flow of accommodation throughout and comprises, entrance lobby with inner hall giving a separate wing where all the bedrooms Jack 'n' Jill en-suite & utility can be found. A wet room with floor to ceiling window to the rear meant to create a rainforest back drop. The upper floor dedicated to socialising and maximising panoramic views with kitchen, dining and sitting area and roof terrace and has the added advantage of under floor heating. The property benefits from having a full CCTV security system. There is still further scope to finish/develop this home giving a unique individuality unmatched in Bolton.Location
Positioned elevated, in a rural position on the fringes of Horwich just off factory Hill via an adopted road this is an area of quiet tranquillity with little traffic or people albeit is still within a short drive from Middlebrook Retail Park, motorway networks, local Leisure Centre and very good schools, including Bolton School within easy travelling distance. Several golf courses within easy driving distance. The station at Horwich Parkway, with station parking, within commuting distance of Manchester, Liverpool, Preston, Lancaster and towns in Yorkshire, 2.5 hour journey to London by train. Market towns of Chorley and Bolton within easy driving distance, walking countryside, access to the moors at Rivington Pike and beyond. The property is in the Conservation Area.

Reception Rooms
Divided into two sections living and sleeping. The Lounge is a large multifunctional area to the front with large panoramic windows with a breathtaking outlook. A grand focal point a large cast iron fuel burner, fantastic for those cold winter nights! Throughout the ground floor and upper floor and the bedrooms beautifully tiled floors giving a Spanish Villa feel. The Utility on the ground floor accessed from the inner hallway enroute to the separate wing of bedrooms providing storage, washing and drying facilities. The upper floor open plan an ideal area for entertaining with kitchen, dining and sitting area flowing out to the South facing roof terrace.
Living Kitchen & Utility Room
The kitchen with granite work tops integrated 'Neff' oven grill and separate induction hob with floating 'Premier range' stainless steel extraction canopy 'Astra cast' single drainer sink with mixer and plumbed for dishwasher. The dining area flowing from the kitchen with inset remote control living flame gas fire and panoramic windows surrounding provide elevated countryside views. The sitting area a continuation on this level giving functionality and versatility with built in storage professionally fitted with a black high gloss finish. The design giving functionality with the utility positioned closest to the bedrooms but not sacrificing bedroom space.
Bedrooms & Jack 'n' Jill En-Suite
The main part of the extension this separate wing with three bedrooms and en-suite. Two double bedrooms interconnect the en-suite, the master bedroom with fitted mirror fronted wardrobes. A third bedroom can be located to the rear aspect with mirror fronted wardrobe, upvc and glass panelled French doors giving access to the rear. The bedrooms give contrasting aspects and are completely private. The en-suite adjoining the larger two bedrooms beautifully finished in Italian tiling with panelled bath with shower over, vanity wash unit, bidet & wwc with concealed cistern. Large windows give further contrasting private views.
Gardens & Parking
The property being greatly extended to the side gives an unusual but interesting plot giving an impression of architecture protruding from a rock face hence giving elevated garden, patio, decking & rockery areas to the rear. A classic modern glazed bridge, from upstairs rear kitchen patio to higher level back garden, with stone steps, the bridge being formed from powder coated aluminium rails to minimise maintenance and glass panels. Lined by mature oak trees the site enjoys sun all day. From the back the views are superb reaching as far as Wales and West Lancashire. The stunning countryside scenery at the front can be appreciated greatly by the Indian stone flagged patio to the front, access able from the bi-folding doors in the lounge. There is also tarmac parking for up to 8 vehicles. External taps and power socket.

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