Property marketed by Harrison Robinson
126 Bolling Road, Ben Rhydding, Ilkley, West Yorkshire, LS29 8PN
- Three/Four Bedroom Semi Detached House
- Flexible Living Accommodation
- Available with Vacant Possession
- Lovely Long Distance Views
- Driveway Parking
- Well Presented Throughout
- Two Reception Rooms
- Rear Level Garden
- Walking Distance To Village Amenities
About this property
A well-proportioned, stone-built, three/four bedroomed, semi-detached, family home offering flexible living accommodation, pleasantly located in a quiet backwater of Addingham village yet conveniently placed for all the amenities of this popular village.
The property sits on a quiet approach road and benefits from an enclosed garden to the rear, an attractive, lawned fore garden and driveway parking. The very well presented accommodation includes as follows: a spacious sitting room with smart, solid wood flooring, a galley kitchen which could be opened up to create a fabulous dining kitchen, a further reception room/bedroom with patio doors to the rear of the property, a utility room and a cloakroom to the ground floor whilst to the first floor one finds a light and airy master bedroom, a further double bedroom and a single, all served by a luxury, fully tiled, shower room. The house sits on a sizeable corner plot and benefits from lovely, far reaching views.
Steeped in history, Addingham is an attractive and popular Dales Village that lies to the west of Ilkley surrounded by beautiful open countryside (as highlighted by the recent Tour De France and Tour De Yorkshire coverage). The village offers a useful range of shops (including a Co-op store), a post office and doctor’s surgery, various excellent inns and eateries, including the long-awaited re-opening of the Fleece Inn, and its own well-regarded primary school. Local bus services to surrounding towns including Ilkley, which provides a regular commuter service with regular connections to London Kings Cross. Leeds Bradford International Airport is just over 15 miles away with national and international services.
With GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING, UPVC DOUBLE GLAZING, NO ONWARD CHAIN and with approximate room sizes, it comprises:
A half glazed, uPVC entrance door opens into a good-sized porch with ceramic floor tiling with room for hanging coats and kicking off shoes and boots after a walk in the beautiful countryside. A double-glazed window allows natural light to flood in and affords views down the cul de sac and beyond.
Lounge 4.6 x 4 (15'1" x 13'1")
A half glazed wooden door with etched glass panes leads into the spacious lounge which runs the full depth of the house and has ample room for a dining table to the rear. A marble effect hearth and inset with wooden surround housing a coal effect gas fire provides an attractive focal point and uPVC, double glazed windows to the front and rear elevation make this a light and airy room. A deep under stairs cupboard provides a good amount of storage. Radiator, solid wood flooring, opening down to:
Dining Area 3.1 x 2.2 (10'2" x 7'2")
A sizeable dining area with continuation of solid wood flooring to the rear of the lounge with double glazed window overlooking the garden. One can imagine many happy times entertaining friends and family here.
Two steps lead down to a hall area with pine doors leading into the utility room, cloakroom and family room. Downlighting, continuation of the solid wood flooring, double glazed window to the front elevation, hatch into loft area providing further storage. These rooms have been created from the former single garage and provide excellent, additional living space, perfect for busy family life.
Comprising a low-level w/c and pedestal hand basin with chrome taps. Pale, vinyl flooring, obscure double-glazed window to the front of the house.
A most useful room providing space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer, ceramic tiled flooring, downlighting.
Family Room/Bedroom Four 2,8 x 2.5 (6'6",26'2" x 8'2")
A bedroom, great, second reception room which could be a snug, a formal dining room or even a playroom or study/office. UPVC, patio doors lead out onto a flagged path in the rear garden and one can imagine having them open in summertime allowing warmth and light to flood in. An additional double-glazed window also overlooks the garden. Carpeted flooring, radiator, downlighting.
Kitchen 3.1 x 2.2 (10'2" x 7'2")
A half glazed, wooden door with etched glass leads from the lounge into the galley kitchen which gives access to the rear garden via a uPVC, double glazed door with side window. One finds a range of white base and wall units with grey, laminate work surfaces over including a breakfast bar area. Fitted appliances include an electric oven with Neff induction hob and extractor. Stainless steel sink with drainer, white wall tiles and driftwood effect laminate flooring. One could create a fabulous kitchen diner across the back of the property by opening up into the rear of the lounge.
Carpeted stairs with contemporary wooden banister with glass panels leads up to the first floor landing where one finds doors leading into three bedrooms and the modern shower room. Solid wood flooring, hatch giving access to a boarded loft.
Master Bedroom 4.6 x 2.8 (15'1" x 9'2")
A lovely, light and airy double bedroom to the front of the house with two, large double glazed windows enjoying an open aspect over the front garden and hills beyond. Useful deep storage cupboard housing the Baxi boiler, long radiator, driftwood effect, laminate flooring.
Bedroom Two 2.6 x 2.5 (8'6" x 8'2")
A further, double bedroom to the rear with double glazed window affording glimpses of Beamsley Beacon, carpeted flooring, radiator.
Bedroom Three 2.2 x 1.9 (7'2" x 6'2")
A single bedroom also to the rear of the house with double glazed window, radiator and carpeted flooring.
A beautiful, fully tiled, contemporary shower room with walk-in, double shower with chrome drench shower and separate shower attachment with wall mounted controls. Low-level w/c, pedestal hand basin with chrome mixer tap, chrome ladder style, heated, towel rail. White, wood effect ceiling, grey, stone effect gloss tiles, extractor.
Garden And Driveway Parking
To the rear of the property one finds a private, lawned garden with flagged patio and pathway leading round the side of the attached, neighbouring garage via a wooden gate to the tarmacadam driveway. The rear garden is accessed from the kitchen and also through patio doors in the family room. Gravelled border with mature planting, fencing maintains privacy. An additional flagged area provides room for a storage shed and for housing bins. To the front the house is well set back from the road and there is an attractive lawned garden with an area of mature shrubs in the middle. A tarmac driveway provides parking and a flagged pathway leads to the front door.
Property added 08/11/2021