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Church View, High Street, Rattlesden ANL-150319-144241001
Church View, High Street, Rattlesden ANL-150319-144241001

This spacious double-fronted home is located in the quiet village of Rattlesden, overlooking the parish church.

An open porch with quarry tiled floor and part glazed, leaded front door leads to the entrance hall, which houses the staircase to the first floor, an understairs storage cupboard and telephone point.

Church View, High Street, Rattlesden ANL-150319-144217001
Church View, High Street, Rattlesden ANL-150319-144217001

There is also a downstairs cloakroom with WC, fully tiled walls and floor and extractor fan.

The sitting room has an open stone fireplace as its focal point, with matching display plinths on each side.

There is also a part stained glass bay window to the front, offering a good view of the church.

The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of floor and wall mounted units with work surfaces, and a breakfast bar.

Church View, High Street, Rattlesden ANL-150319-144230001
Church View, High Street, Rattlesden ANL-150319-144230001

There is a one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap, an inset ceramic hob with cooker hood over and a built-in electric double oven and grill.

The oil fired boiler is also located in the kitchen, and there is plumbing for a washing machine.

A part glazed panelled door to the side leads to the rear garden.

The L-shaped dining room is a flexible living space, part of which could be used as a study or extra lounge area.

Glazed panelled double doors lead to the conservatory, which has double doors to the rear garden.

An open studwork partition leads to the dayroom/study, which has views of the church.

The first floor landing has space for a desk or seating, and also houses the fuse box.

Bedroom one, at the front of the property, has views of the church and a fireplace, which is currently sealed.

Bedroom two is L-shaped and also has views of the church, and access to the loft. Bedroom three houses the lagged hot water tank.

The large family bathroom has a panelled bath, tiled double shower enclosure, WC, wash basin, and fully tiled walls and floor.

At the front of the property is a retaining wall and pathway.

A shared access drive leads past the rear garden with timber double gates leading to a shingle driveway, with standing space for two cars. This leads to a detached timber garage.

To the rear, the generous west-facing garden is enclosed by fencing. There is a shingle seating area, block paved patio, timber summer house, plastic oil tank and outside tap.

With Coakley & Theaker, Bury 769691. £340,000.



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