Eagley Bank bungalow comes to the market in auction


A stunning period property will go under the hammer next week.

Located on Andrew Lane in the Eagley Bank Conservation area, in a desirable cobbled courtyard with cottage style dwellings of the same period is a spectacular stone built detached property on a generous sized plot, dating back to circa 1800’s.

The five bedroom property is coming to the market for the first time since 2005 after having slight renovations in the early 2000’s, for sale by modern auction with Miller Metcalfe.

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The property is on auction for a guide price of £545,000.

Rebecca Tempest, the current owner of the property said it is the perfect property for a young family.

She said: “Eagley Clock Tower is next door to my house which I have recently put on the market and which is also a beautiful, heritage property – and part of the same group of historic properties on Eagley Bank.

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“It has been modernised, it was a one storey and it has been modernised so it is now a two storey so it has been tastefully modernised but in terms of the original features it has got beams, original parque flooring and an open fire.

“It is the same time period at the Eagley Bank conservation and was part of that development.

“We are moving because we have outgrown it and my children have grown up so it’s just too big for us now.

“The family would suit a family, it’s a big house with a beautiful walled garden so it would be ideal for a young family.”

Eagley Bank is nestled into a picturesque conservation area of Eagley, where the cobbled streets and stone houses create the most beautiful settings – on the fringes of the West Pennine Moors.

Features of the house include an ornamental open fire place.

The Bolton News: Kitchen areaKitchen area (Image: Miller Metcalfe)

 

The auction will close on Monday. To put in a bid contact Bolton Miller Metcalfe.





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