Scot Lane, Blackrod, Bolton BL6


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Key features:

Vacant from August 2020Fields to rearMaster suite with juliet balcony to maximise viewsConstructed in 2007 Driveway to front and sideRear garden adjoins fieldsModern presentation throughout Blackrod train station approx 1 mileHorwich Park Way approx 2 miles Junction 6 M61 approx 1 mile

Main Description:

This is home occupies a convenient position with excellent access towards motorway and rail links. Many people are attracted to the village as a result of the local primary school which is graded as outstanding by Ofsted. In terms of accommodation, there is a breakfast kitchen positioned to the front and the living area to the rear opens onto and overlooks the garden. It is worthy of note that the home adjoins open fields and so is not overlooked from the rear. The four bedrooms are spread between the first and second floors and a particularly strong aspect of the property is the master bedroom. The master has been positioned to the rear and includes Juliet balcony and French doors to maximise the open aspect. There is also an ensuite shower room. Externally there is a block paved drive providing parking to the front and side and the rear garden is nicely proportioned. Well maintained and an early viewing is advisable.

The Area:

Blackrod is a popular village within the BL6 postcode area and therefore benefits from brilliant access to key transport links such as Blackrod train station which is just around 1 mile away and Horwich Parkway which is just over 2 miles away. Junction 6 of the M61 is around 1 mile away. As a result, many locals consider Manchester and the Trafford Centre as an appropriate distance to work, shop and socialise. It is worth viewing a satellite image of the property to appreciate the abundance of open space immediately to the rear. We find that in addition to the transport links, a strong factor attracting people to the general area is the access to this excellent countryside. The neighbouring area of Horwich has great access to a stretch of the West Pennine Moors and Winter Hill, together with large areas owned by the Woodland Trust, whilst the village itself includes access towards Haigh and the neighbouring village of Adlington which includes a stretch of the Leeds-Liverpool canal.

In terms of commercial facilities, the village includes a handful of shops and services, together with doctors and a library, with further opportunities available within Adlington, Chorley and Horwich town centres working 'hand-in-hand' with the out of town retail development, close to the football stadium which is a distance of around 2.5 miles away.

Ground Floor


Stairs to the first floor, access to down stairs w'c.


13' x 9' 10" (3.96m x 3.00m) Located to the front and fitted with modern wall and base units.

Reception 1

13' 9" max x 14' max (4.19m x 4.27m) French doors to the rear and side screens. Opens to the garden and overlooks the fields to the rear.

First floor

Bedroom 1

13' 10" x 10' 5" (4.22m x 3.18m) French doors with Juliet balcony overlooking the fields.

En Suite

With side window, w'c, shower and hand basin.

Bedroom 2

13' 9" max x 8' 7" max (4.19m x 2.62m) Front double.


Family bathroom. Gable window. Bath, w'c and hand basin.

Second Floor

Bedroom 3

8' 7" x 13' 10" (2.62m x 4.22m) Velux roof lights.

Bedroom 4

10' 6" x 9' 2" (3.20m x 2.79m) Velux roof light.

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01204 214335

Lancasters - Horwich

Lancasters Estate Agents, Winter Hey Lane, Horwich, Bolton, Greater Manchester, BL6 7PJ

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