Baileys Cottage, Pocket Nook Road, Lostock, BL6
- Private Gated Parking
- Four bedroom Detached Family Home
- Available September
- Double Garage
- Private Garden
- Council Tax Band E
Property SummaryStunning Four detached country cottage set in beautiful gardens with electric private gates situated within a quiet location.
Double garage, Gated Driveway.
Early Viewing Highly Recommended
Stunning dining room with solid fuel burning fire and brick hearth, tiled floor and open staircase.
Large lounge, fully carpeted with aspects to both front and rear of the property. Stunning cast iron solid fuel burning fire and stunning surround.
Farmhouse kitchen complete with cooker and gas hob. Tastefully decorated and tiled with integral dishwasher and fridge & Wine cooler.
Utility room with Belfast sink, plumbing for both washer and dryer.
Staircase leading to four bedrooms, one with en suite and master bathroom.
Principle bedroom has been recently decorated and has views over the front gardens, fully fitted with ample storage and stunning newly fitted en suite shower room. There are steps leading into the en suite.
Double bedroom with fitted wardrobes.
Double bedroom with free standing wardrobes
One single bedroom with small storage area,
Four-piece family bathroom
Please note there are steps leading into both bathrooms and one of the bedrooms.
Baileys Cottage occupies prominent & pleasant position in Chew Moor. Ideally located for schools at all levels, Lostock Train station, Middlebrook Retail & Leisure Park. Within easy access of the M61 Motorway & Bolton Royal Hospital. Westhoughton Town Centre is close by offering a variety of shops, restaurants supermarkets and local amenities.
Holding Deposit : £460
Council Tax Band : E
Please note ~ A minimum income of £59,850 Per Annum is required to pass affordability checks.
All descriptions, dimensions, areas, references to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation and other details are given in good faith and are believed to be correct, but any intending tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them.