Parkside Close, Radcliffe, Manchester
- Excellent Four Bedroom Detached Family Home
- Two Reception Rooms
- Study / Additonal Reception Room
- Integral Garage
- Large Conservatory
- Dressing Room / Closet
- Two Ensuite Shower Rooms
- Kitchen / Diner
- Enclosed and Landscaped Rear Garden with Private Deck
- Chain Free
Also benefiting from 14 solar panels with over 15 years left on the feed in tariff and from a pleasant and private enclosed rear garden, the house is within a short commute from Bolton, Bury and Manchester while local amenities include a couple of supermarkets, a golf club, a gym, Radcliffe Market, good schools and a community hospital.
The property is double-glazed throughout, equipped with a programmable gas-fired combi-boiler central heating system, including radiators with individual controls, and includes low-energy lighting in all fixed points.
The property is set back from the road by a well-tended front lawn, adjacent to a private driveway with parking for multiple vehicles, leading to a covered front door opening into the reception hallway.
With carpeted stairs on the right rising to the first floor landing, the reception hall benefits from a laminate wooden floor and is heated by a wall-mounted radiator.
On entry, the lounge is to the left and the study to the right with the dining room ahead.
Following the hall around to the right, additional internal doors from here open onto a cloakroom cupboard, the downstairs WC, the kitchen and the integral single garage.
7’ 9” (2.36m) x 6’ 3” (1.91m)
The study overlooks the drive at the front of the house through a large, mullioned window allowing ample natural light, with a wall-mounted radiator fitted beneath.
There are plenty of power sockets around the room as well as a Wi-Fi connection.
The room benefits from a hard-wearing engineered wooden floor with light after dark provided by overhead LED spotlights.
24’ 0” (7.32m) x 11’ 0” (3.35m)
Also fitted with an engineered wooden floor, the spacious lounge is warmed by both radiators as well as a wall-mounted living flame gas fire set within a chimney breast and equipped with mantle-mounted down-lighters.
Above are fixtures and fittings for a large, wall-mounted flat-screen television with the room’s generous proportions allowing lots of space for comfortable soft-furnishings as well as sideboards and storage as required.
Windows on two sides allow ample natural light, currently supplemented by twin ceiling-mounted candelabra-style lighting arrays.
14’ 9” (4.50m) x 9’ 9” (2.97m)
Accessible via a doorway from the reception hall but attached to the kitchen through an open arch, the dining room is also equipped with an engineered wooden floor, pendant ceiling lights and fitted above a space comfortably large enough to accommodate a table and chairs for eight.
The room also includes a wall-mounted radiator, a number of power points, casement windows overlooking the rear garden and double, glass-panel doors leading through to the conservatory.
18’ 3” (5.56m) x 11’ 3” (3.43m)
Equipped with a laminate wood parquet floor, slatted PVC ceiling incorporating LED spotlights, an exposed brick feature wall and large, awning windows on three sides, the conservatory offers a delightful additional family space overlooking the gardens at the rear of the property.
Perfect for relaxing or entertaining, the room includes power and lighting, plenty of space for comfortable seating and double doors opening onto the flagstone patio and decking installed at the rear of the house.
13’ 5” (4.09m) x 10’ 2” (3.10m)
Equipped to delight any chef, the well-proportioned kitchen has an easy-to-clean tile effect floor, matching base and wall units fitted above and below stone worktops laid out in a U shape on three sides of the room.
Unit-unit down-lighters add to LED spotlights in the ceiling with natural light also allowed by both a window and half-panel external door opening onto the decking at the rear of the house.
Integral appliances include a dishwasher, a large range with a double oven and grill and a five-ring gas hob beneath an extractor, an under-mounted stainless steel sink and drainer below a chrome mixer tap and rinser and a dedicated space for a large, American-style fridge/freezer.
Warmth is from a contemporary vertical radiator, while the room includes a smoke alarm, easy-to-clean glass spashbacks above all the cooking and preparation areas, power sockets for additional appliances and room enough for a central kitchen island if required.
12’ 1” (3.68m) x 10’ 2” (3.20m)
Accessible from the drive as well as a latched door from the internal reception hall, the modest single garage is also perfect as a potential hobby space, a separate utility room or for storage.
Bedroom: 19’ 4” (5.89m) x 10’ 6” (3.20m)
Walk-in wardrobe: 7’ 9” (2.36m) x 7’ 2” (2.18m)
En-suite: 10’ 1” (3.07m) x 7’ 2” (2.18m)
With twin windows overlooking the private gardens at the rear of the house, the master suite includes a laminate wood floor, with warmth in winter provided by radiators on two sides of the room.
Lighting after dark is from overhead LED spotlights with ample storage provided in the large dressing room immediately to the right on entry - this would also make an ideal nursery, accessed from the main bedroom if required.
Another door a little further on to the right opens onto the stylish and fully-tiled en-suite bathroom equipped with an oval bath, drop-in hand-basin, bidet and separate dual-flush WC as well as a wall-mounted heated towel rain in chrome.
Bedroom: 10’ 8” (3.25m) x 8’ 9” (2.67m)
En-suite: 6’ 4” (1.93m) x 4’ 1” (1.24m)
The second en-suite bedroom is a double overlooking the front of the property through mullioned casement windows, equipped with carpets and incorporating a double integral wardrobe with mirrored doors.
The adjoining en-suite shower room is also fully tiled and includes a corner-quadrant cubicle, pedestal hand basin and dual-flush WC.
12’ 3” (3.73m) x 10’ 8” (3.25m)
Also carpeted and including some integral open shelving, Bedroom 3 overlooks the gardens at the rear of the property through casement windows, with warmth from a wall-mounted radiator and light after dark from an adjustable overhead spotlight array.
7’ 3” (2.21m) x 7’ 1” (2.16m)
Currently equipped as a second study, this room could easily be converted back into a nursery or single bedroom if required.
The room is carpeted, equipped with a wall-mounted radiator and overlooks the rear garden through a casement window.
6’ 4” (1.93m) x 5’ 0” (1.52m)
With kit-kat style tiles around the walls, the house bathroom enjoys natural light through mullioned, opaque windows, a trough-style console hand basin set below and equipped with a chrome mixer tap.
Below that is a double-drawer vanity unit, the dual flush WC on one side and the P-shaped panel bath on the other.
The latter includes a hinged-glass splash screen with a shower fitted above.
Set a little back from the road, the mock-Tudor property is fronted by an asphalt drive large enough to accommodate at least two vehicles and leading to an attached single garage on the right.
To the left is a modest lawn surrounded by flower beds and shrubs with timber fence panels, taller hedges and established trees marking the boundary to the right.
Access to the rear of the house is possible on either side, passageways leading around a delightful, enclosed garden also accessible from the kitchen and the conservatory.
Here, external features include a neat, flagstone patio and composite decking surrounding a tiled, al-fresco dining area perfect for family meals or entertaining in the summer months. Low brick sleeper walls divide both from well-kept lawns, a path across leading to an ornamental pond.
Boundaries are marked by timber fence panels for privacy with well-stocked beds planted with flowers, shrubs and fruit trees. Established trees in two corners provide some shade while additional features include outdoor lighting, an external tap, and a water butt plumbed into the guttering from the conservatory roof.
As the name implies, the property is on a residential development adjacent to Radcliffe’s Close Park on the west bank of the River Irwell just a little east of Bealey Community Hospital. Bury town centre is just a couple of miles north, Bolton five miles to the west and central Manchester around six miles to the south. The M60, M66, M62 and M61 motorways are all within accessible distance. Radcliffe tram stop with ample parking spaces is a 5min drive and a 20min walk from the property.
Recently redeveloped Radcliffe Community Market has independent market traders during the day with artisan, handmade and specialist markets on certain weekends. An array of dining options in the evenings from independent kitchens and a locally sourced and supplied market bar.
Radcliffe itself boasts its own Asda superstore, a branch of Lidl, a number of restaurants, pubs, coffee shops and takeaways, a pharmacy, a Post Office and a number of independent shops and businesses. Leisure opportunities include a gym, a children’s indoor play centre, a golf club and country park.
Radcliffe Cricket Club has activities and matches for all ages.
Buses from Dumers Lane are a short walk from the house and run regularly to Bolton and Bury while local schools include Hollins Grundy Primary and the Unsworth Academy, both rated as good following their most recent inspections in 2017.
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