1 Barn Acre, Blackrod

1 Barn Acre, Blackrod, BL6 5BY
Price: £365,000
Bedrooms: 4
Type: Detached House
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Property Summary

No 1 occupies a tucked away position in charming Hamlet style setting just off Manchester Road, Blackrod.
During the last ten years, the property has undergone a comprehensive programme of  modernisation and extension, creating what is a most appealing family home.
The house is built from Yorkshire stone and we are advised by the present vendors that they received an Architectural Award when originally built approximately 30 years ago.
Blackrod village is well renowned for its semi rural location, good schooling at all levels, Bolton School & Clevelands Preparatory within a short drive, local shops & restaurants yet conveniently placed for the motorway, rail links and within a short drive to the much acclaimed Middlebrook Retail Park.
Accommodation:
Storm porch, vestibule, hallway, spacious lounge, dining room opening into fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, utility.  Study and spacious conservatory.  Stairs to landing. Access to boarded loft via ladder, partially boarded.  Four bedrooms( three doubles and one single), three fitted.  Master bedroom with three piece en suite bathroom.  Three piece family bathroom. GCH, DG. Neat garden to front, drive way parking for three vehicles.  Detached single garage with power and light, alarmed.

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