Property marketed by Harrison Robinson
126 Bolling Road, Ben Rhydding, Ilkley, West Yorkshire, LS29 8PN
- Stunning Three Bedroom High Quality Mill Conversion
- Contemporary Styling Throughout
- Spacious Dining Kitchen
- Sitting Room With Inglenook Fireplace
- Quiet Community Within Walking Distance Of Addingham Village
- Master Bedroom With En-Suite
- Idyllic Riverside Location With Lovely Dalesway Walks
- Potential To Convert Roof Space
- Balcony With One Of The Finest Views In Yorkshire
About this property
An immaculately presented, high quality, Grade II listed, three bedroom mill conversion with large dining kitchen, sitting room with inglenook fireplace and balcony overlooking the river Wharfe and stunning countryside beyond, undoubtedly one of the finest views in Yorkshire! This is a beautiful property offered with no onward chain.
Part of the original High Mill and dating from the mid 18th Century one cannot fail to be impressed with the character and charm of this cottage. One enters through a cottage garden into a spacious reception hallway with wooden flooring and original timbers. A door gives access to a contemporary cloakroom. A half-glazed door opens into a bright and spacious dining kitchen, fitted with contemporary, cream Shaker style kitchen, continuation of the wooden flooring and delightful original beams and timbers, having ample space for a dining table. One enters through a glazed door into a truly charming sitting room with exposed roof timbers and a stunning stone Inglenook style fireplace with gas coal stove. One's eyes are immediately drawn to the glazed French doors opening onto a balcony overlooking the River Wharfe and with views of Beamsley Beacon. Wow, as you step out you are met with one of the finest views in Yorkshire! To the first floor one finds a spacious master bedroom with stylish en-suite, windows afford stunning Wharfedale views. A further two bedrooms and stylish house bathroom complete the first floor. Outside one finds a covered carport.. This is a perfect spot for those looking to downsize or looking for an ideal ‘lock up and leave’ home. You can’t help but fall in love with this delightful home and an early viewing is essential to avoid disappointment.
It is rare to find such a delightful home surrounded by open countryside yet within walking distance of the vibrant village of Addingham which remains one of the area’s most sought after communities, understandably so given the lovely setting amidst the unspoilt open countryside of the mid Wharfe Valley. Just three miles from Ilkley and a short drive from the Yorkshire Dales National Park and Duke of Devonshire's Bolton Abbey Estate just down the road. The village retains a broad range of everyday amenities including a primary school, churches of a number of denominations, sports clubs, pubs/restaurants and everyday shops. Public transport connects with nearby Ilkley which is well known for its first-class shopping and busy social round. From Ilkley there are frequent services throughout the day into the local cities of Leeds and Bradford.
With GAS CENTRAL HEATING and DOUBLE GLAZING the property comprises:
A solid timber door with glazed panel opens into a spacious hallway with wooden flooring, stairs to the first floor. Feature original beams create an eclectic mix of the traditional and contemporary styling which unfolds in front of you. A cellar space providing storage is accessed from here.
A cloakroom with pedestal wash basin, chrome fittings and low-level WC, again feature beamed ceiling and window to the front elevation.
Dining Kitchen 5.6m x 4.7m (18'4" x 15'5")
A truly spacious, dining kitchen, fitted with a contemporary range of cream fronted units with laminate worksurfaces which blend perfectly with the exposed beams and wooden flooring. Integrated appliances include a stainless-steel oven, matching gas hob and stainless-steel and glass extractor, dishwasher, washing machine and fridge freezer. There is ample space for a family dining table, charming original features include exposed stone, an inset window and stunning timbers.
Lounge 5.7m x 3.7m (18'8" x 12'1")
A multi-paned glazed door opens to a spacious sitting room with stunning, feature beamed ceiling, window with exposed brickwork and a large ‘walk-in’ Inglenook fireplace with gas stove. Glazed French doors open out to a charming balcony, overlooking the river Wharfe, the mill race and open fields beyond. This is a beautiful view, undoubtedly one of the finest in Yorkshire.
Stairs leading to a spacious landing with cupboard housing the Vokera central heating boiler, again original timbers retain the overall charming cottage feel. Hatch with fitted ladder leads to loft space currently used as a work shop. This space could be converted (STPC) to create a master suite.
Master Bedroom 3.6m x 3.2m (11'9" x 10'5")
An absolute haven of peace and calm, with double glazed windows overlooking the river Wharfe and open fields beyond. Radiator, carpeted flooring and contemporary style fitted wardrobes and exposed beam.
Spacious en-suite with views over the river Wharfe and fields beyond, pedestal wash basin with monobloc tap, low-level WC, double shower cubicle with drench shower and separate hand shower attachment. tiled flooring and to the splashbacks and shower cubicle. Downlighting and extractor.
Bedroom Two 3.6m x 3.1m (11'9" x 10'2")
A spacious double bedroom to the front elevation with contemporary style wardrobes. Wall lighting carpeted flooring, radiator and exposed feature beam.
Bedroom Three 2.6m x 2.6m (8'6" x 8'6")
A good sized single bedroom to the front elevation with countryside views.
House bathroom with panelled bath with thermostatic shower over and glass screen, downlighting extractor, low-level WC, pedestal wash basin with monobloc tap. Radiator, tiled flooring and splashbacks and useful airing store cupboard.
Garden & Parking
To the front of the property one finds a patio style cottage garden, hedging and fencing create privacy. A stone built separate carport with car parking. The property benefits from fishing rights for the keen anglers amongst you.
City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council Tax Band F.
Property added 17/06/2022