Barrowdene House is an impressive building that sits in this quiet and historic area of Barrow Bridge in Bolton. Located within a conservation area, the now converted building was a former school dating back to the 1850's and was a focal point of the village which housed the mill workers. The cobbled streets and Victorian street lamps add to the atmosphere and the flat itself has also retained its period features with high ceilings, high skirting boards and large windows. Converted in the early 1990's into 14 apartments, one of the highlights of this property is that it has its own entrance and two car parking spaces which sit right outside the front door. Ideally suited for first time buyers and those looking to downsize.

Situated on the ground floor the apartment comprises of, Entrance vestibule, hallway, Living room with large window, space for dining and folding doors that open to the kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with wall and base units and space for white goods. The property has two double sized bedrooms both with large windows and a three piece bathroom suite with bath with shower over and built in storage cupboard.

Benefits from gas central heating (a new boiler was fitted in 2016), alarm system, double glazing and affordable monthly service charge. There is a communal garden for residents to sit out and the management company is run by the building itself. Ideally suited for a first time buyer, investor or those looking to downsize. The location feels tucked away yet is within easy reach to the local country park, the historic Smithills Hall and the open farm and local ice creamery. Bolton town centre is in easy reach as are the close by amenities of Heaton and Smithills. A lovely place to live that is steeped in history. Viewings advised.

Ground Floor

Entrance Vestibule

Own entrance on the ground floor. Front door with letterbox and frosted window to either side. Fitted with carpet. Radiator. Ceiling light. Radiator. High ceilings and skirts. Door to the hallway.

Hallway

Fitted with carpet. Ceiling light. Radiator. High skirting boards and high ceilings. Door to the living room, both bedrooms and the bathroom.

Living Room (3.94m x 3.68m)

Double glazed feature window to the front. High ceilings and high skirting boards. Fitted with carpet. Ceiling light. Wall lights. TV point. Radiator. Folding door into the kitchen.

Kitchen (2.77m x 2.41m)

Fitted with a range of wall and base units that comprises of a one and a half sink unit with mixer tap and drainer, four ring gas hob with oven under and concealed extractor fan over. Tiled to splash back areas. Power and light points. Space for fridge and feeezer. Plumbed for washing machine and space for dryer. Tiled floor. Spotlights.

Bedroom One (3.68m x 2.44m)

Double sized room with large double glazed feature window to the side elevation. Fitted with carpet. Ceiling light. Power and light points. Radiator.

Bedroom Two (2.67m x 2.44m)

Double sized room with large double glazed feature window to the front elevation. Fitted with wood effect laminate flooring. Ceiling light. Power and light points. Radiator.

Bathroom (2.41m x 1.70m)

Fitted with a three piece suite in white that comprises of WC, pedestal wash hand basin with taps and panelled bath with taps with shower cubicle. Shaver point. Tiled floor. Tiled to splash back areas. Spotlights. Extractor fan. Built in storage.

Parking Spaces

Two parking spaces outside the front door to the apartment.

Communal Areas

There is a communal garden space at the top end of the building which is for residents use.

Further Details

The property is LEASEHOLD. 950 years approx remain and there are no ground rent fees to pay.

Service charge is £39.50 per month - Barrowdene Management company, owned and run by the residents, the management fee covers, gardener, window cleaner and buildings insurance any maintenance to drive ways and the car park. All residents are invited to the AGM to discuss any matters arising with the opportunity to stand as a director of the company. The company secretary and “Chief exec” is also a resident.

Council Tax Band - C (Bolton Council

  • Ground floor apartment in this beautiful converted building with its own entrance
  • Building dates back to 1850's and was a former school in the mill village of Barrow Bridge
  • Filled with features from high ceilings, high skirting boards and large windows
  • Living room with space for dining and has a large window which fills the room with natural light and is decorated in neutral tones
  • Fitted kitchen with range of wall and base units and space for white goods
  • Two double bedrooms both with the high feature windows
  • Three piece bathroom suite with bath and shower over and built in storage cupboard
  • Two car parking spaces to the front of the property
  • Benefits from gas central heating (Boiler fitted in 2016), alarm system, double glazing, affordable service charge and management company that is run by the owners
  • Ideal first time buy or for those looking to downsize - Development offers communal gardens and such a quiet location in Bolton
Floorplan for Barrowdene House, Barrow Bridge, Bolton
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