Haddon Road, Broadoak Park, Worsley, Salford, Greater Manchester, M28

£2,500,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 6
Capture the ultimate Views & potentially build 1 - 4 Executive-Homes as precedents already set (previous planning decisions Approved within M28 2.. Demolition/Multiple Dwellings - 94/33010/Ful, 99/39507/FUL, 01/42775/FUL....)

'Dunelm' is a delightful Edwardian villa set in a total plot over 1 acre. Nestled in woodland - you woudn't know was there until you found it! The plot could easily be altered by way of application to suit the purchasers specific requirements. Many of the housing stock in the immediate locality have been developed into contemporary mansions and this sale offers a similar exclusive opportunity as one of the last remaining original houses within Broadoak Park overlooking hole 5 of Worsley golf course.

The plot also offers the opportunity to potentially build 4 detached properties, each affording  approx 3000sqft and look to achieve £1.5m+ per unit  - subject to build quality, specification and application.

- Built in 1906 designed by architect John Knight - Green Hill Chatsworth Road Broadoak   Park. Occupied by Charles Edward Ashton in 1925 (Slater’s)

- 6 good size bedrooms, 3 en-suites and a family bathroom

- Feature stained glass windows throughout

- Original tiles, doors, fireplaces, cornice, corbels, plaster frieze 

- Hallway & snug have original panelling

- Spacious basement with wine cellar

- Integrated B&O sound system

- Original dramatic staircase                                                                                                   - Heritage Radiators                                                                                                               - Outdoor swmming pool (decommissoned)                                                                         - - Views from all rooms of pretty woodlands & Golf course

- Featured in period TV dramas

Handsomely positioned, with its elegant Edwardian features looking down over the rolling fairways from an elevated perch, the understated glamour of Dunelm as approached along its sweeping driveway is an instant draw.

Experience the elegance of décor, the comfort and the free-flowing functionality of layout first hand of this 'gentlemans residence'.

Dating back to 1906, understated glamour is evident in each room at Dunelm and is lovingly teased out through the use of complementary and sympathetic décor; at once paying homage to the homes original features and heralding its arrival into the 21st century.

The grand reception hall is a room with which it is impossible not to fall in love instantly. Embodying the elegance of the Edwardian period, a coffered ceiling embraces a ceiling rose from which stylish lighting is suspended, delivering ambience to the proceedings.

Ahead, the staircase rises to the half landing, light flowing down from the large stained-glass window, with additional plinth lighting offering an atmospheric subdued option for evenings.

Passing the detailed carvings of the staircase, continue on ahead into the jaw-dropping, film-set perfect, open living space.

This free-flowing space with a stunning bay window extending the entire length of the room, transitioning seamlessly from breakfast-kitchen, to casual dining, to formal dining to private alfresco dining terrace.

The kitchen (and out into the utility room, boot room and WC), this kitchen is fitted with an array of top-quality fittings and appliances including: a large larder cupboard, dishwashers, fridge, freezer, wine cooler, instant hot water tap, Aga gas/electric oven (including microwave oven), double oven with six-hob burner and griddle plate and Belgian-sinks with easy-clean stainless-steel insert.

Beyond the kitchen, a practical element to Dunelm can be found in its every-day entrance and boot room - ideal for dog owners - and storage-laden utility room, with plumbing for a washer and dryer, double sink, easy clean units and elegant splashback tiles.

Often overlooked in lesser homes, sneak a peek at the Victorian-feel WC/powder room, decorated in opulent lighting and featuring a bespoke vanity unit and sink.

Grandeur and comfort combine in the formal sitting room, where the light simply streams in through vast window elegantly dressed in linen drapes, hand-sewn by an artisan local seamstress.

A true winter sitting room, huddle up with the family in front of the open-fire. One of only a handful of Worsley homes to feature windows either side of the fireplace, watch as the snow coats the distant trees above a roaring Christmas fire.

Prior to reaching the kitchen, on the right another cosy room beckons; the snug and inviting study.

Dressed in Farrow & Ball paint and classic drapery, with a large ornamental fireplace and lighting by Astro, alongside Focus SB fixtures and handles, this room is utterly atmospheric.

The day room is evocative of a chic hotel, with exposed features interspersed with period style sconce lighting.

The perfect escape for youngsters, ideal for 'date night-in' and so versatile; why not set this space up as a games room, yoga studio...anything you like!

A further music room can be found down here, doubling as a chill out room or simply a spill over from the drawing room.

The intricately carved staircase, takes you up to the first floor. So bright, light flows through the window on the turn in the staircase and also from the ornate lighting on the landing.

There is an evocative guest bedroom, with a Parisian boudoir mood, with its own dreamy view, clad in tones of grey and 'Dressage'

The second guest double bedroom is bathed in warm grey, allowing the views out to the golf course, taking centre stage. The third bedroom has a kids-feel, echoing its woodland views.

The family bathroom is simply breath taking, oozing period character with a contemporary slant.

Light floods into the master bedroom, from the direction of Worsley. The finer details are what truly set this room apart: the feature walls; the concealed television, unobtrusive storage, and coloured iron radiators.

At Dunelm, the garden is so well concealed from all sides, enjoy total privacy for you and your family.

Mature trees to the front mark one side of the boundary, with a ½ acre of woodland to discover to the rear. Discover the Greenhouse, built in the same time as the house and with a quaint gardeners WC. The rosemary clay roofs, one even having its own lightning conductor - a real life tale.

Follow the terrace round to discover the traditional garden at the rear, with more seating and a barbecue area filled with the aroma of herb planters; a real Mediterranean oasis.

Swathed in slopes of green lawn surrounding Dunelm, the grounds are simply evocative of every child's dream haven. There even is a play area; located to the right of the path. Sheltered, secure and utterly peaceful.

The elevated position of Dunelm in its wraparound grounds is the icing on the cake. Rabbits, squirrels and foxes have all been know to frequent this idyllic spot. As the autumn evenings draws in, curl up in front of your roaring fire or admire the view from your heated window seat.

For a home that combines grandeur and stature with warmth and practicality, a home that pays homage to its ancestry whilst keeping all the conveniences of contemporary life, Dunelm is a stylish home, completed with love and with passion.

One for the Golf fanatics out there!

Worsley is a leafy enviroment you can lesuirely explore the bridgewater canalside walks or extensive Worsley woods. Monton village is also a pleasant 15 minute walk away. Highly regarded Bridgewater school is also nearby.

What the Agent says....

"Very seldom do properties come to the market of such unique position. The is superb one-off does offer considerable opportunity for the either the renovation and or demoltion of the existing property and or the creation of a new substantial luxury home or even homes!"

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