17 Middleton, Cowling, BD22 0DQ

Recently Reduced £136,500

A CLASSIC 2 BEDROOMED PICTURE POSTCARD COTTAGE WITH REMARKABLE OPEN VIEWS IN A THRIVING RURAL COMMUNITY


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17 Middleton, Cowling, BD22 0DQ

Recently Reduced £136,500

Built as a weavers cottage in natural Yorkshire stone covered with a heavy Grey slate roof just over 200 years ago, this attractive property is pleasantly located at the approach to the popular hamlet of Middleton where it enjoys a remarkable open aspect over fields and countryside to the front with similar views onto the local recreation ground and beyond from the small Conservatory to the rear.

Economical to run and maintain it provides a traditional ‘2 up and 2 down’ layout with generous sized rooms, these containing a wealth of mullioned windows, beamed ceilings and original period fireplaces together with other architectural features, being served by sealed unit double glazing and gas fired central heating with a modern combination boiler.

The much sought after local primary school is within safe walking distance, furthermore there being direct access from the rear to the picturesque recreation ground which is safe and secure for children to enjoy the outdoor space.

Nearby Cowling offers a useful selection of shops, services and other every day amenities. Furthermore the area is very popular with those looking to enjoy the local moorlands and walks including the Pennine Waywhich rambles through and beyond the commonly known Salt and Pepper Pots atop of Cowling Pinnacle.

Of special appeal to a wide variety of purchasers, this property is recommended and in detail comprises:

TO THE GROUND FLOOR

Part glazed uPVC Entrance Door to:

SITTING ROOM: 13’6” x 15’0” with multi fuel cast iron stove in stone feature fireplace with timber mantel and tiled hearth, recess to one side, telephone point and beamed ceiling.

Inner Lobby: with understairs storage cupboard with Pine doors.

KITCHEN:  14’8” x 9’7” with 1½ bowl stainless steel sink unit, range of contemporary fitted floor and wall units with working surfaces over, old fireplace recess with painted surround, Indesit washing machine, ceiling lights, beamed ceiling, gas cooker with Phillips extractor hood over, wall mounted Worcester gas fired boiler and Vinolay floor covering.

REAR HALL: with coat hooks, part timber wall panelling, staircase off with handrail and external stable style door.   

CONSERVATORY: 15’0” x 4’0” in uPVC with Vinolay floor covering.

TO THE FIRST FLOOR

Spindled Landing: with Pine linen cupboard.

BEDROOM 1: 15’0” x 13’8” with original fireplace with arched soldier brick interior, full range of fitted wardrobes, beamed ceiling, 2 windows with fine open views and roof void storage access.

BEDROOM 2:  14’5” x 7’3” with original boxed in fireplace, beamed ceiling, and access to half boarded loft storage area approached by an extending aluminium ladder.

BATHROOM: with 3-piece suite comprising panelled bath with Mira shower, curtain and rail in fully tiled walls, pedestal wash basin, low suite w.c with wooden seat and pull light switch and fire escape window.

TO THE OUTSIDE

Small gravelled and flagged foregarden with flower beds, trellis work, outside light and street parking beyond.

There is rear pedestrian access and a small Coal house/Woodstore attached to the gable end of the adjacent terrace.

SERVICES: Mains gas, water, drainage and electricity are connected to the property. The heating/electrical appliances and any fixtures and fittings included in the sale have not been tested by the Agents and we are therefore unable to offer any guarantees in respect of them.

COUNCIL TAX: Verbal enquiry reveals that this property has been placed in Band B levied by The Craven District Council.

POST CODE:  BD22 0DQ

TENURE: The property is freehold and vacant possession will be given on completion of the sale.

VIEWING: Please contact the selling Agents, Messrs. Wilman and Wilman on telephone 01535-637333 who will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements and supply any further information.

PRICE: £136,500