Offering 7.58 acres of land and ideally positioned for the Whalley Bridge village amenities, this double-fronted detached bungalow with two bedrooms occupies an elevated position.
The village lies in the Goyt valley and with the Peak District National Park extending to both the east and west. Leisure facilities abound with golf courses, sports clubs, livery and even sailing at local reservoirs plus all the outdoor attractions of the national park on the doorstep. Offering 7.58 acres of land and ideally positioned for the Whalley Bridge village amenities, this double-fronted detached bungalow with two bedrooms occupies an elevated position, enjoying far-reaching views of the surrounding hills. Extending over 1,426 sq ft, the property is accessed via a UPVC hardwood door into a spacious hallway. The front of the house features the principal bedroom and living room, both benefiting from large bay windows offering picturesque views. The living room showcases a period-style fireplace, which provides a charming focal point.
Situated at the rear of the hallway, the modern kitchen is fitted with a range of modern gloss units, complemented by granite work surfaces. The kitchen also features high-end appliances, including a Neff double oven, a DeDietrich gas and ceramic hob, Bosch integrated fridge freezer, dishwasher, and a wine fridge. A patio door from the kitchen provides direct access to the garden.
Completing the ground floor accommodation is the well-appointed family bathroom and dining room, which offers a bright and inviting space with double patio doors that open up to the garden.
An oak staircase leads from the dining room to the versatile office/dressing room, which could be converted into an en-suite (subject to relevant consents). Bedroom two is accessed via the study area and features a vaulted ceiling and Velux windows.
Externally, the property is approached via a block-paved driveway with access to the detached garage, finished to an exceptional standard, with a resin floor, an electric wall-mounted heater, hot and cold water taps, and wall-mounted storage. To the rear of the property is vaulted detached utility room complete with a range of units, granite effect work surfaces, a Belfast sink, and an air conditioner/dehumidifier.
The tiered rear gardens have been carefully landscaped, featuring distinctive dry stone walls, rockeries, and beautifully maintained flower beds. One of the highlights of the rear garden is the spacious elevated terrace area, offering a perfect spot point to appreciate the breathtaking views.
A gate is located at the rear of the garden, providing direct access to an additional 7.5 acres of farmland. This access point can also be reached via New Horwich Road and presents an exciting opportunity for those seeking a larger outdoor space or equestrian facilities.
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