Tracy Phillips Estates
Positioned in one of the most sought-after streets in the highly desirable village of Appley Bridge, Lowther Terrace is a charming traditional semi-detached home, filled with original features and set on an impressive and extensive plot. This quaint pedestrian street is probably one of the most unique settings in the area, and needs to be viewed to appreciate the community feel, panoramic views and quiet location. Constructed around 1904, the characterful home is filled with original features and has retained much of the terrace’s complete and utter charm. The accommodation, which extends to approximately 1767 square feet of accommodation briefly comprises of a beautiful entrance hallway positioned behind the original and breathtaking leaded light windows from the vestibule into the main hall. The main hallway features a original mirrored and arched feature wall filling the room with natural light. The main lounge, with a large walk in bay and open cast iron fire set in a wooden surround, is positioned at the front of the home and overlooks the beautiful views towards the Ashurst Beacon via a huge bay window. Original cornicing and tall ceilings finish the room. The dining room is positioned at the rear of the home which is again of a generous size with a further cast iron fire, stripped wooden floorboards, built in original cupboard and understairs store complete the room. The kitchen is positioned to the rear of the home and features a super pantry, space for an informal dining table, and the fitted kitchen offers a range of wall and base units including gas hob and electric oven. A picture window to the front and side overlooks the rear courtyard. The first floor offers three superb bedrooms, the master of a great size and featuring three windows to the front, overlooking the treetops and countryside beyond. Bedrooms two and three feature to the rear of the home, both being a good size whilst a great four-piece bathroom complete with a double walk-in shower, panelled bath, wall hung wash hand basin and w.c There is a further loft conversion to the second floor offering space for a fourth bedroom, hobby room or home office. Velux roof lights fill the room with light whilst the eaves provide additional storage. Externally, there is something quite special about this home The front of the home features an amazing garden which is both extensive and a gardener’s delight. Featuring a woodland area, mature planting and lawns. The front of the home is accessed via a pedestrian walkway leading to the gardens and featuring stone steps leading to a further front garden area set behind a red brick wall. The rear courtyard leading from the house leads to an additional outbuilding which is ideal for additional garden storage and the plot continues past the vehicular access road to a sectional detached garage and additional parking space. There is also further garden area to the rear of the garage. Appley Bridge is a popular Village, set within West Lancashire and bordered by not only open countryside, canal walks and woodland, with the landmark ‘Fairy Glen’ within a short walk. There is a railway station and village schools again within a short walk and motorway access and village shops are within a short five-minute drive away. Viewings of this quite delightful home, filled with light and character are now welcomed. Positioned in one of the most sought-after streets in the highly desirable village of Appley Bridge, Lowther Terrace is a charming traditional semi-detached home, filled with original features and set on an impressive and extensive plot. This quaint pedestrian street is probably one of the most unique settings in the area, and needs to be viewed to appreciate the community feel, panoramic views and quiet location. Constructed around 1904, the characterful home is filled with original features and has retained much of the terrace’s complete and utter charm. The accommodation, which extends to approximately 1767 square feet of accommodation briefly comprises of a beautiful entrance hallway positioned behind the original and breathtaking leaded light windows from the vestibule into the main hall. The main hallway features a original mirrored and arched feature wall filling the room with natural light. The main lounge, with a large walk in bay and open cast iron fire set in a wooden surround, is positioned at the front of the home and overlooks the beautiful views towards the Ashurst Beacon via a huge bay window. Original cornicing and tall ceilings finish the room. The dining room is positioned at the rear of the home which is again of a generous size with a further cast iron fire, stripped wooden floorboards, built in original cupboard and understairs store complete the room. The kitchen is positioned to the rear of the home and features a super pantry, space for an informal dining table, and the fitted kitchen offers a range of wall and base units including gas hob and electric oven. A picture window to the front and side overlooks the rear courtyard. The first floor offers three superb bedrooms, the master of a great size and featuring three windows to the front, overlooking the treetops and countryside beyond. Bedrooms two and three feature to the rear of the home, both being a good size whilst a great four-piece bathroom complete with a double walk-in shower, panelled bath, wall hung wash hand basin and w.c There is a further loft conversion to the second floor offering space for a fourth bedroom, hobby room or home office. Velux roof lights fill the room with light whilst the eaves provide additional storage. Externally, there is something quite special about this home The front of the home features an amazing garden which is both extensive and a gardener’s delight. Featuring a woodland area, mature planting and lawns. The front of the home is accessed via a pedestrian walkway leading to the gardens and featuring stone steps leading to a further front garden area set behind a red brick wall. The rear courtyard leading from the house leads to an additional outbuilding which is ideal for additional garden storage and the plot continues past the vehicular access road to a sectional detached garage and additional parking space. There is also further garden area to the rear of the garage. Appley Bridge is a popular Village, set within West Lancashire and bordered by not only open countryside, canal walks and woodland, with the landmark ‘Fairy Glen’ within a short walk. There is a railway station and village schools again within a short walk and motorway access and village shops are within a short five-minute drive away. Viewings of this quite delightful home, filled with light and character are now welcomed.
Floorplan for Lowther Terrace, Appley Bridge, Wigan
EPC Graph for Lowther Terrace, Appley Bridge, Wigan
  • Traditional Semi Detached Home
  • Approx 1767 sq. feet of Accommodation
  • Retained Many Original Features
  • Three Bedrooms to First Floor
  • Loft Room for Hobbies or Fourth Bedroom
  • Extensive Garden to the Front
  • Courtyard to the Rear & Garage
  • Popular Village Location

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