18 Eastfield Place, Sutton-in-Craven, BD20 7EX

£157,500

SOLD (subject to contract)

A WELL PRESENTED TRADITIONAL 3 BEDROOMED TERRACED HOUSE WITH A CONVERTED ATTIC AND SECURE ON-SITE PARKING SITUATED IN A POPULAR CENTRAL VILLAGE LOCATION


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18 Eastfield Place, Sutton-in-Craven, BD20 7EX

 £157,500

Constructed in coursed Yorkshire stone with corbelled eaves and covered in a blue slate roof, this family home has been cleverly converted with a floor area of over 1000 square feet including a versatile Attic Room, 3 further first floor Bedrooms, a superb Dining Kitchen and good sized gardens on 2 sides including an excellent tarmacadamed yard with secure parking for 2 cars.

Sutton is an increasingly popular village which appeals to a wide variety of purchaser with excellent amenities within short walking distance including the highly acclaimed South Craven School, a well maintained park and a regular bus service into Cross Hills and to the larger towns of Skipton and Keighley.

Ready for immediate occupation with no expense required, the property needs to be seen to be fully appreciated and in detail comprises:

TO THE GROUND FLOOR

uPVC half glazed Front Entrance Door to:

ENTRANCE HALL: 14’0” x 3’5” with fitted dado & picture rails and coat hooks.

SITTING ROOM: 13’10” x 13’6” (into arched recesses) with original fitted cupboards, coved ceiling and open grate cast iron fire with attractive surround and marble hearth.

DINING KITCHEN: 14’2” x 13’4” with range of contemporary high quality wall and base units in County Cream with granite effect working surfaces over, 1 ½ bowl stainless sink unit, recessed chimney with New World range cooker with 5 gas hobs and oven, concealed extractor hood over, tiled floor, ceiling downlights, cupboard housing the Worcester combination boiler, integrated dishwasher, washer plumbing, space for American style fridge-freezer, part glazed uPVC rear entrance door and enclosed staircase to the first floor with leaded and stained glass window.

KEEPING CELLAR:  with power and light and original stone bank.

TO THE FIRST FLOOR

LANDING: 8’9” x 6’0” with fitted shelves, picture rail and ladder staircase with handrail to the second floor.

BEDROOM 1: 13’5” x 9’1” (front) with fitted wardrobes with high level cupboards and coved ceiling

BEDROOM 2: 13’4” x 10’1” (rear) with fitted wardrobe with cupboards above.

BEDROOM 3: 10’3” x 6’11” (front).

BATHROOM: 7’5” x 5’9” with panelled spa bath with Grohe shower over and glass screen, low suite w.c, bracket wash hand basin, fully tiled walls, chrome ladder radiator, Vinolay flooring and ceiling downlights.

TO THE SECOND FLOOR

ATTIC ROOM: 16’4” x 12’2” (with 6 foot head height in centre of room) having 2 exposed beams, Velux window, radiator, under eaves storage and views to Cowling Pinnacle.

TO THE OUTSIDE 

The front garden is flagged with a central pond, having raised planters with various fruit trees including plum, pear, apple and raspberry.  The whole is enclosed by timber fencing and cast iron railings and has a secure timber gate.

The rear tarmacadamed yard provides excellent double width parking for 2 cars and is enclosed by secure double timber gates.  There is also a useful log store.

SERVICES: Mains 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 Council Tax Band B levied by The Craven District Council.

POST CODE: BD20 7EX

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: £157,500