A LOVELY 4 BEDROOMED PERIOD COTTAGE WITH A HOST OF ORIGINAL FEATURES, PRIVATE SOUTH FACING GARDENS AND A SUPERB DOUBLE GARAGE
Originally constructed as 2 smaller cottages but now forming one individual family home which consequently boasts impressive living space of 1400 square feet, this well presented property retains many original features but has also been improved to include a traditional farmhouse Kitchen and solid fuel stoves within Inglenook fireplaces in 2 Reception Rooms.
The accommodation also includes a Porch and a ground floor Cloakroom, whilst having 3 good sized Double Bedrooms, a smaller 4th Bedroom or Study and a large Shower Room which has potential to be upgraded to a 4 piece suite. Externally there are lawned gardens on 2 sides (with particular reference to a private south facing child & pet friendly garden to the rear),a superb Double Garage and invaluable driveway parking.
Lyon Road is pleasantly located on the edge of this popular village with lovely rural views and is within close proximity to Eastburn Primary School, Airedale General Hospital and nearby Steeton Railway Station which provides excellent links to Skipton, Keighley, Leeds & Bradford.
Suited to prospective purchasers seeking a period family home tucked away in a semi-rural location but also close to everyday amenities, the property is recommended for close inspection and in detail comprises:
TO THE FIRST FLOOR
uPVC door to:
PORCH: 4’6” x 3’10” with tiled floor, windows on 2 sides and multi-paned inner door to:
FARMHOUSE KITCHEN: 13’7” x 9’11” with range of contrasting Oak hand painted wall & base units with Oak worktops over, stainless steel splash back, ceramic sink & drainer, bespoke freestanding butchers block, range oven with 6 ring gas hob & extractor over, integrated washer & dishwasher, ceiling high storage cupboards, recess for fridge, windows on 2 sides, exposed beam and tiled floor.
DINING ROOM: 14’11” x 10’6” with matching flooring, exposed beams, 2 windows to the front with exposed timber lintels, Inglenook fireplace with recently installed solid fuel stove on flagged hearth and opening with exposed stone wall to:
LIVING ROOM: 27’4” x 12’7” with Oak flooring, mullioned windows to the front & rear with display sills, exposed beams, alcove display, exposed stone wall to the front, Inglenook fireplace with solid fuel stove on flagged hearth and open staircase to the first floor with Oak panelling and useful store place under.
REAR HALL: 7’6” x 3’1” with matching flooring, coat hooks and half glazed stable style floor to the rear garden.
CLOAKROOM: with low suite w.c, wash hand basin with cupboard under, half tiled walls, tiled floor and window with display sill & cupboard under housing the Baxi boiler.
TO THE FIRST FLOOR
LANDING: 15’8” x 13’1” (max L shape) with exposed beam, rear window, store cupboard and access to roof void.
BEDROOM 1: 12’9” x 11’7” with exposed stone chimney breast and two mullioned window to the front with display sills and views over the farm towards Farnhill Moor.
BEDROOM 2: 13’7” x 10’3” with fitted wardrobes & desk and 2 windows to the front with deep display sills & similar views.
SHOWER ROOM: 8’9” x 7’0” with 3 piece suite comprising large tiled shower enclosure, low suite w.c, pedestal wash basin, 2 chrome ladder radiators, laminate flooring, large mirror fronted cabinet, extractor fan and ceiling downlights.
BEDROOM 3: 11’6” x 10’1” (plus recessed fitted wardrobe) having windows on 2 sides with lovely views.
BEDROOM 4 / STUDY: 7’10” x 6’11” (plus recessed fitted shelves) with exposed beam, telephone point and views over the rear garden & hilltops beyond.
TO THE OUTSIDE
There is a small lawn to the front and a much larger lawned & part flagged rear garden with sleeper bed planters enclosed by secure high level walls, fencing & 2 metal gates; the whole enjoying a lovely sheltered southerly aspect.
There is also a large timber store (14’2” x 8’9”) adjoining a DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE: 19’8” x 19’4”with power & light, inspection pit, timber doors and a gravelled parking area immediately to the front.
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 D levied by Bradford Metropolitan Council.
POST CODE: BD20 8UY
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.
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