£285,000 Sold Subject to Contract
4 Keelham Lane, Low Utley

Floorplans For Keelham Lane, Low Utley

Description


AN EXTENDED & BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED PERIOD COTTAGE WITH SUPERB GARDENS AND A GARAGE & WORKSHOP NICELY HIDDEN AWAY IN A HIGHLY REGARDED PART OF THE VILLAGE

 

Favourably situated at the head of a row of dissimilar period properties off an attractive cobbled lane, this interesting stone built cottage has origins possibly dating back to the 17th century and still retains many original features, having been extended more recently in skillfully matching materials to provide a superb Dining & Living Kitchen and a useful ground floor Shower Room.

The accommodation also comprises a light & airy Sitting Room with windows on 2 sides including an Inglenook fireplace with a solid fuel stove, 2 well proportioned Bedrooms and a modern Bathroom suite; externally boasting a Garage & Workshop and fabulous private gardens on 3 sides including a gated drive, a pond, lawns, veg patches and various sitting out areas which catch the sun at different times of the day.

Keelham Lane is pleasantly tucked away in a quiet well respected part of the village within a short distance of Keighley Golf & Rugby Clubs and Keighley itself which is well connected via the Airedale train line between Skipton & Leeds.

Of particular appeal to gardening enthusiasts and those with a passion for period properties, the cottage must be seen in person to be fully appreciated and in detail comprises: 

TO THE GROUND FLOOR

Open PORCH with side window and panelled door to: 

SITTING ROOM: 18’1” x 18’1” with Oak flooring, feature stone wall & fireplace with inset solid fuel stove on flagged hearth, beamed ceiling, lovely deep display window sills on 2 sides, fitted cupboards with Oak doors and open return staircase to the first floor with store cupboard under. 

DINING KITCHEN: 18’4” x 16’0” with range of wall and base units with worktops over incorporating stainless steel sink unit & drainer, integrated fridge, Neff oven & 4 ring gas hob with extractor over, integrated microwave, dishwasher plumbing, laminate flooring, modern vertical radiator, utility cupboard with washer plumbing & space for dryer, vaulted ceiling with downlights, gable end composite door and opening to a lovely sitting area with glazed uPVC doors and Velux window to the rear garden. 

SHOWER ROOM: 8’10” x 3’6” with large tiled shower enclosure, low suite w.c, bracket wash hand basin, half timber panelled walls, contemporary towel radiator, Vinyl flooring, Velux window, ceiling downlights and cupboard housing the Glow worm combination boiler (installed Dec ’20).  

TO THE FIRST FLOOR

LANDING: 9’10” x 8’2” with exposed beam, rear window with frosted glass, access to roof void and deep airing cupboard with fitted shelves. 

BEDROOM 1: 12’9” x 9’6” with exposed beam, fitted wardrobes and window with deep sill & views over the front garden. 

BEDROOM 2: 10’1” x 8’4” with fitted wardrobe and window with deep sill & views over the front garden. 

BATHROOM: 8’0” x 5’0” with panelled bath with shower over & glass screen, low suite w.c, wash hand basin with   drawer & cupboards under, chrome ladder radiator, Vinyl  flooring, extractor fan, illuminated mirror, fitted glass shelves and light tunnel. 

TO THE OUTSIDE

Approached via a cobbled road is a small parking space giving access to a GARAGE: 17’5” x 8’7” with up-and-over door, side window & door, power & light and opening to a small   WORKSHOP: 13’9” x 6’7” (average) with power & light.   

A pathway gives access to gardens on 3 sides including to the front: 2 stone outbuildings (one being 5’9” x 5’9”) with tiled floor, space for dryer & fridge/freezer and the option to plumb a sink.  There is also a gated driveway to the front (access from Syke Side) and a lawn and a flagged sitting out area. 

To the gable end and rear there is also a pond, various flagged sitting out areas, well maintained lawns and vegetable plots; the whole being enclosed by traditional drystone walls.

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 B levied by Bradford Metropolitan Council. 

POST CODE: BD20 6DE

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:  £285,000

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

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