£495,000 Sold Subject to Contract
Thorn Bank, Occupation Lane, Oakworth

Floorplans For Occupation Lane, Oakworth

Description


A VERY WELL MAINTAINED PERIOD HOUSE WITH 4 DOUBLE BEDROOMS STANDING WITHIN BEAUTIFUL GROUNDS IN AN ALMOST HIDDEN LOCATION ON THE EDGE OF THE VILLAGE OF OAKWORTH

 

Approached via stone gate posts and a private sweeping driveway, this impressive detached Edwardian family home was constructed in 1905 and stands within extensive grounds in excess of an acre including a Double Garage, a stone outbuilding and a paddock which would be suitable for a wide variety of hobby purposes.

The property has more recently been significantly extended by the current owners who have occupied the house for over 38 years, now boasting 3 spacious Reception Rooms, a Kitchen, Utility & Cloakroom and a Keeping Cellar, with 4 generous Double Bedrooms (one with En-Suite), a large 4-piece House Bathroom and a Study/Cot Room.

The semi-rural village of Oakworth is conveniently located in West Yorkshire’s Bronte Country, having a well acclaimed Primary School within walking distance and regular bus services to Keighley and Skipton. 

Very well presented throughout and ideally suited to a growing family and/or gardening enthusiasts, early viewing is highly recommended with the accommodation in detail comprising:

Part glazed composite entrance door to:

HALL: 15’0” x 5’11” with solid Oak flooring, coved ceiling & rose and feature open spindled staircase to the first floor with access to useful KEEPING CELLAR under.

SITTING ROOM: 15’0” x 13’11” with matching Oak flooring, coved ceiling & rose, feature coal effect fire with Oak surround & mantel, radiator cover and windows on 2 sides.

KITCHEN: 14’6” x 9’5” with wall and base units with wood worktops incorporating ceramic sink & drainer, 4 ring gas hob with extractor hood over, Hotpoint oven & grill, recess for fridge freezer, dishwasher plumbing, tiled floor and serving hatch to dining room.

REAR HALL: 6’9” x 5’2” (max L-shape) with tiled floor, half timber panelled walls and original external door.

CLOAKROOM: with matching floor, low suite w.c, half timber panelled walls, wash basin and window with frosted glass.

UTILITY: 7’7” x 3’10” with washer plumbing, combination boiler and space for fridge freezer.

DINING ROOM: 14’0” x 11’11” with fireplace with marble hearth & interior and timber mantel, coved ceiling & rose and large mullioned window to the front.

LIVING ROOM: 22’8” x 15’0” with coal effect fire in feature fireplace, laminate flooring, coved ceiling & rose, large gable end window and glazed doors to the front.

TO THE FIRST FLOOR

SPLIT LEVEL LANDING: with rear window and high level access to loft storage space.

BEDROOM 1: 14’10” x 12’4” (inclusive of En-Suite) with far reaching views from mullioned window to the front.

EN-SUITE: 5’7” x 5’0” with tiled shower enclosure, low suite w.c, was hand basin, heated towel rail, ceiling downlights, extractor fan and woodstrip flooring.

BEDROOM 2: 15’0” x 11’2” with laminate flooring, TV point and picture window to the rear.

BATHROOM: 14’4” x 6’1” a lovely 4 piece suite comprising shaped panelled bath, low suite w.c, pedestal wash basin, tiled shower enclosure with glass door, chrome ladder radiator, tiled floor, ceiling downlights, extractor fan and window with frosted glass.

BEDROOM 3: 14’10” x 13’10” with coved ceiling and mullioned window to the front.

BEDROOM 4: 14’0” x 11’10” with coved ceiling and mullioned window to the front.

STUDY: 6’0” x 4’3” with similar views to the front.

TO THE OUTSIDE

The property is approached through stone gate posts up a private driveway with a Victorian style lamp leading to a parking area with parking for 3 / 4 cars and giving access to:

DOUBLE GARAGE: 19’6” x 18’2” with power & light and 2 up-and-over doors.

Beautiful established gardens surround the house on all sides including lawns, vegetable plots, a stone outbuilding and a raised patio on the south side.

There is also a large paddock garden on the east side which could be used for a variety of purposes; being large enough for those with hobby farming interests.

SERVICES: Mains water, drainage, gas 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 F levied by Bradford Metropolitan District Council. 

POST CODE: BD22 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, 8 Main Street, Cross Hills, BD20 8TB (01535) 637333. 

PRICE: £495,000

For further details on this property please give our office a call
01535 637333

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