Delph Lane, Ainsworth

3 Bed Cottage - detached For Sale

Reception Rooms: 1 | Bedrooms: 3 | Bathrooms: 2 Property Code: 52562

£485,000

A quintessential English country cottage in a truly gorgeous location at the head of Delph Lane in Ainsworth, pretty much midway between Bury & Bolton town centres. The property dates back, we understand, to the latter part of the 17th century, however records only survive to as far back as 1840. Perhaps Meadow Cottage was one of the first properties to be registered under the country's new registration laws administered by Queen Victoria. Within the grounds there is the original 'Delph' of the village now a natural pond. The property is accessed from the Bury Old Road which directly links Bury & Bolton, as you approach the property the lane become the private drive of Meadow Cottage. To the rear of the property there is a footpath that leads directly to the Duke of William Inn! The current owners have been resident at the property for over 30 years and to their knowledge the property was formerly 3 separate cottages. Now, of course, it is a fine country home and is finished to exacting standards throughout. With sealed unit double glazing and gas central heating to include with a recently installed 'Vaillant' boiler with pressurised hot water tanks, the accommodation briefly comprises: entrance hall, guest cloakroom off, utility room, farmhouse kitchen, lounge, good sized conservatory sitting room, sauna room with fitted sauna and double sized shower, first floor landing, three bedrooms (two being fitted) and a bespoke bathroom with built in furniture and separate w.c. To the outside there are well kept gardens, private driveway with parking for 4 or five cars, a natural pond and a double garage with remote door and tool shed off.

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Entrance Porch

Tiled flooring, guest w.c., off.

Guest W.C.

Two piece suite comprising: a low flush w.c.,and wash hand basin. Tiled flooring.

Inner Hall

Providing access to the first floor, tiled flooring and beamed ceiling.

Utility Room

2.74m x 1.85m (9'0" x 6'1")

Fully fitted with a range of wall & base units in white with matching worktops. Plumbing for washer, tiled flooring.

Farmhouse Kitchen

4.61m x 4.54m (15'1" x 14'11")

A comprehensive range of wall & base units in cream finish with contrasting worktops incorporating a 1 ½ bowl sink unit. Built in appliances to include fitted double oven, induction hob and extractor system. Integrated larder fridge and 'drinks' fridge. Tiled flooring and window overlooking the gardens.

Lounge

4.61m x 4.48m (15'1" x 14'8")

Brick fireplace with oak fire surround housing a living flame coal effect electric fire. Beamed ceiling and access onto...

Conservatory

7.8m x 2.31m (25'7" x 7'7")

Lovely addition to the property more or less doubling the ground floor living space. Beautifully appointed with pedestrian door leading onto the gardens and also access to the front porch.

Sauna Room

4.21m x 3.09m (13'10" x 10'2")

With fitted electric 4 person sauna, double shower cubicle and vanity unit wash hand basin.

First Floor Landing

With access to all bedrooms and loft.

Main Bedroom

4.2m x 3.09m (13'9" x 10'2")

Full height beamed ceiling, solid wooden flooring and a range of built in storage cupboards.

Bedroom Two

4.58m x 3.71m (15'0" x 12'2")

Solid wood fitted furniture to include dressing table.

Bedroom Three

4.47m x 2.28m (14'8" x 7'6")

Fitted wardrobes and desk.

Bathroom

Good sized room with bespoke fitted furniture comprising: sunken bath, double shower cubicle and wash hand basin.

Separate W.C.

Comprising a low flush w.c.

Garage

5.55m x 5.39m (18'3" x 17'8")

With remotely operated door, power and light. Tool shed off.

Outside

The property is located at the end of a private drive on a plot extending to 1000m square plus. The gardens are well stocked and well cared for with lawns, borders and rockery areas. There is a good sized flagged patio, ample parking on the gravel driveway and of course the natural pond located to the side of the garage.

Directions

From Bury town centre proceed onto Ainsworth Road which become Cockey Moor Road, then Church Street then Bury Old Road. Delph Lane can be found on the right hand side just through the village centre.