39 Threadfold Way, Bolton, BL7 9DN
- Three Bedroom Town House
- Garage & Driveway
- Gas Central Heating
Property SummaryWe are pleased to offer this three bedroom town house, situated in a much sought after location. Close to many local schools, amenities, motorway access and a short journey into Bolton or Darwen town centre. Bromley Cross train station is only a short journey away/
This property offers excellent family living set in this quiet area at the entrance of the cul de sac, this well presented property comprises:
Elegant ground floor entrance hall, leading into an open plan kitchen and dining area. This modern kitchen offers a wide range of fitted units and work surfaces, double sink unit, a range of integral appliances including, neff grill and separate oven, extractor hood, dishwasher, fridge and whirlpool microwave. This kitchen diner has double patio doors leading onto a pleasant and enclosed rear garden.
The hallway also gives access to a modern w.c. with modern fittings and there is access to the garage which has a range of storage units and power for electrical appliances.
First floor comprises: a modern and spacious lounge with Juliet balcony, there is a separate 2 piece white bathroom then a double bedroom with Juliet balcony.
Second floor comprises: master bedroom to the rear with a modern and stylish three piece en-suite bathroom. The master bedroom has a small range of wardrobes. A further double bedroom with fitted storage, and a family three piece white bathroom.
The property benefits from double glazing throughout, gas central heating, alarm, drive and garage.
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