35 The Woodlands, Lostock, Bolton, BL6 4JD

35 The Woodlands, Lostock, Bolton, BL6 4JD
Price: £1,650 pcm
Bedrooms: 4
Type: Detached House (Unfurnished)
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Property Features

  • Four Bedroom Detached Property
  • Ideal Family Home
  • Master With En suite ~ Downstairs WC
  • Double garage, Driveway & Gardens

Property Summary

This is a well presented four bedroom individual detached house, built in the early 1970's to offer well proportioned family accommodation. In particular the present vendors have redesigned the ground floor  making it a superb open plan living space~ refitted the kitchen & family bathroom.

Ground Floor :- Entrance porch ~ Through Lounge / Open plan Dining Room / Living room~  Modern Kitchen ~ Cloakroom /W.C
First Floor:- Landing - Four Bedrooms (Master with two piece Shower)( Three doubles and a single ~ all fitted ) – Modern four Piece Family Bathroom
Gas Central Heating - Double Glazing - Security Alarm - Double Garage

The Location - Lostock is acknowledged as an area of consistent high residential demand and served by excellent amenities with:- the renowned Bolton School, Clevelands prep, the M61 motorway, Lostock Rail Station, 3 golf clubs, health / tennis clubs and the Middlebrook Retail Park almost 'on the doorstep'.
The Woodlands is ideally situated immediately off Chorley New Road and is a quiet, low density cul-de-sac development of individual properties. No 7 occupies a most pleasant position and is central to the above amenities.

Attractive rear tiered Garden - A further attraction is the peaceful, landscaped rear garden affording a most delightful, well screened setting with block paviour terrace, neat lawn terrace and meandering steam with bridge over to mature woodland. A private setting screened with mature woodland.

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