Property marketed by Harrison Robinson
126 Bolling Road, Ben Rhydding, Ilkley, West Yorkshire, LS29 8PN
- Immaculately Presented Three Bedroom Semi Detached House
- Generous South Facing Garden
- Recently Fitted Dining Kitchen With Separate Utility Room
- Lounge With Log Burning Stove
- Three Good Sized Bedrooms
- Neutral Styling Throughout
- Driveway Parking For Two Cars
- Convenient Village Location Close To Excellent Schools
- Walking Distance To Train Station
- Council Tax Band B
About this property
A beautifully presented, three bedroom, semi detached house with immaculate dining kitchen, lounge with log burning stove and generously sized, level, south facing garden. This is a fabulous, ready to move in, family home in a convenient location within the vibrant village of Burley in Wharfedale.
One enters into a small hallway where a door opens into a spacious and comfortable lounge with log burning stove and recently installed patio doors leading out to the south facing garden. A half glazed door opens into the fabulous, dining kitchen fitted with soft grey units with quartz worksurfaces, metro tiling to splashbacks and incorporating a range of integral appliances. Ample room for a family dining table. A half glazed door leads to a good sized utility room, again with soft grey cupboards and space and plumbing for a washing machine. A composite door leads out to the driveway to the side of the house. To the first floor one finds three bedrooms, two being good sized double rooms, and the three-piece house bathroom. The south facing garden is particularly impressive with a large lawn and paved and gravelled areas, perfect for al-fresco dining and children playing. Two timber sheds provide useful storage. A smart, block paved driveway provides parking for two vehicles.
Burley in Wharfedale is a very popular and thriving village community in the heart of the Wharfe Valley, providing a good range of local shops including a Co-op local store, doctors’ surgery, library, two excellent primary schools, various inns and restaurants, churches of several denominations and a variety of sporting and recreational facilities. A commuter rail service to Leeds/Bradford city centres, with commuting times of under 30 minutes and Ilkley in 5 minutes, is also available from the village station, only a few minutes' walk away.
This house is ideal for anybody wanting a well maintained and ready to move in family home in a convenient location within the village close to all the amenities. With GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING and DOUBLE GLAZING THROUGHOUT the property comprises:
A smart, composite entrance door with decorative glazed panels opens into a carpeted hallway. A door opens into the lounge and a carpeted staircase leads up to the first floor landing.
Lounge 5.99 x 3.02 (19'7" x 9'10")
Accessed from both the entrance hall and dining kitchen this is a lovely, spacious, light and airy lounge courtesy of a double glazed window to the front elevation and recently installed, uPVC patio doors to the rear leading out to the south facing garden. A log burning stove with exposed brickwork and tiled hearth is an attractive feature. Carpeted flooring, coving, radiator.
Dining Kitchen 3.36 x 2.94 (11'0" x 9'7")
A recently fitted, immaculately presented dining kitchen fitted with a range of soft grey base and wall units with stainless steel handles, under cabinet lighting, quartz work surfaces and metro tiling to splashbacks. Integral appliances include dishwasher, fridge freezer, electric oven with four ring induction hob and stainless steel and glass extractor over. Downlighting, radiator, attractive, tile effect, vinyl flooring. A ceramic, one and a half bowl sink with chrome mixer tap sits beneath a double glazed window overlooking the rear garden. Ample room for a family dining table, one can imagine many happy times with family and friends here. A timber door with decorative glazed panels and stained glass transom light leads into:
Utility Room 2.84 x 1.91 (9'3" x 6'3")
A good sized utility room fitted with the same soft grey units as the kitchen, again with a laminate work surface and metro tiling to splashback. Space and plumbing for a washing machine, ample room for hanging coats and storing shoes after a walk in the surrounding countryside. Useful under stairs storage cupboard, radiator, continuation of the vinyl flooring, obscure double glazed window to the side elevation. A composite door leads out to the driveway.
A carpeted staircase leads to the first floor landing where doors open into three bedrooms, two being good sized doubles, and the house bathroom. Cupboard housing the central heating boiler.
Bedroom One 3.53 x 3.15 (11'6" x 10'4")
A spacious double bedroom to the front elevation with carpeted flooring and radiator. A double glazed window allows natural light and affords long distance views.
Bedroom Two 4.11 x 2.77 (13'5" x 9'1")
A further, good sized double bedroom to the rear of the house with a double glazed window overlooking the garden. Carpeted flooring, radiator.
Bedroom Three 3.25 x 1.93 (10'7" x 6'3")
A generously proportioned single bedroom with double glazed window to the front of the property. Carpeted flooring, radiator, currently utilised as a home office
A well presented, three-piece house bathroom with low level w/c, pedestal hand basin with chrome mixer tap and panel bath with chrome, mixer tap, electric shower and glazed screen. Neutral wall tiling, wood effect, vinyl flooring, extractor. Obscure glazed windows to rear elevation.
Garden and Driveway Parking
The property benefits from a larger than average, south facing garden predominantly laid to lawn and with gravelled and paved areas, ideal for children to play safely and adults to relax and entertain. Mature trees to the rear, smart fencing and wooden gates maintain privacy. Two, timber sheds provide useful storage. A block paved driveway provides parking for two cars. A level lawn behind fencing and with hedging to one side adds to the kerb appeal of this property.
City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council Tax Band B.
Property added 05/10/2022