10 East Avenue, Cross Hills, BD20 7LB

£142,500

SOLD (subject to contract)

A CHARMING AND SPACIOUS 2 DOUBLE BEDROOMED CHARACTER COTTAGE WITH A LARGE CELLAR AND A LOVELY PRIVATE GARDEN IN AN ALMOST HIDDEN LOCATION CLOSE TO CROSS HILLS VILLAGE CENTRE


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10 East Avenue, Cross Hills, BD20 7LB

 £142,500
LARGE CELLAR

Constructed in natural Yorkshire stone with attractive corbelled eaves under a blue slate roof, this interesting cottage is deceptively spacious, being laid out over 3 floors with many original and charming features. Offered with considerable further potential, the property provides an opportunity for a prospective purchaser to create a warm and welcoming home to his or her own individual taste and requirement.

The accommodation briefly comprises a Dining Room, Sitting Room and small Kitchen to the ground floor but relocation of the latter could create a superb open plan Kitchen/Diner with potential for a Utility in place of the existing Kitchen. Two large full head height Cellar Rooms to the lower ground floor offer superb storage facilities, again with potential scope to extend the living accommodation if required, and there are 2 Double Bedrooms and a large Shower Room to the first floor.

Cross Hills village centre is only a short stroll away, providing all the amenities for everyday life including a Co-Operative store, Boots pharmacist, pubs, restaurants and a health centre; also having excellent transport links to the towns of Skipton and Keighley.

Likely to appeal to a wide variety of purchasers, the accommodation in detail comprises:

TO THE GROUND FLOOR

Multi-paned uPVC entrance door with side uPVC window to:

ENTRANCE PORCH: 3’1” x 2’8” with tiled floor, light and glazed inner door to:

DINING ROOM: 13’5” x 12’2” with mat well, gas fire on tiled hearth and inset with ornate timber surround and mantel, floor to ceiling fitted drawers and cupboards either side of the chimney breast, window to front, T.V point and door to:

KITCHEN: 5’7” x 4’11” with gas point for cooker, stainless steel sink unit and drainer, shelving, ceiling light, uPVC window to front and open staircase to lower ground floor.

SITTING ROOM: 12’5” x 12’3” with ornate coved ceiling & rose with light, gas fire on marble hearth and interior with wooden surround and mantel, 2 arched recesses either side of the chimney breast with wall lights, T.V point and large uPVC window to the rear.

REAR ENTRANCE PORCH: 4’5” x 3’4” with uPVC entrance door with glazed pane, vinyl floor, coved ceiling and multi-paned inner door to:

REAR HALL: with coved ceiling and light, coat hooks and ornate plaster archway with staircase to first floor.

TO THE LOWER GROUND FLOOR

CELLAR ROOM 1: 13’6” x 12’9” with power and light, washer and dryer plumbing, uPVC window to the front, sink unit, understairs store with original stone bank, modern Ferroli combination boiler and electrics fuse box.

CELLAR ROOM 2: 16’2” x 12’6” (max) with telephone point and ceiling light.

TO THE FIRST FLOOR

LANDING: with store cupboard over the bulkhead with light, shelves, rail and coat hooks, access to roof void.

BEDROOM 1: 13’4” x 10’9” (front) with corner floor to ceiling cupboard, ceiling light and uPVC window with views to Cowling Pinnacle.

BEDROOM 2: 12’6” x 9’4” (max into fitted wardrobes) (rear) with fitted wardrobes with sliding doors and cupboards above, ceiling light and uPVC window.

SHOWER ROOM: 9’2” x 6’7” (rear) with large shower enclosure with curtain and rail and Mira electric shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, low suite w.c, extractor fan, ceiling light, Vinolay flooring and obscured uPVC window.

TO THE OUTSIDE

There is a flagged foregarden with stone wall boundaries, raised planted borders and a South Westerly aspect with views to Cowling Pinnacle. There is also a cold water tap and external light.

The rear cottage garden is majority flagged for ease of maintenance, with stone wall and fence boundaries with planted borders, a raised patio area, outside tap and pedestrian rear access through the neighboring gardens.

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 BAND: Verbal enquiry reveals that this property has been placed in Category B levied by The Craven District Council. 

POST CODE: BD20 7LB

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: £142,500