For Sale

Middleton Road
ilkley, west yorkshire

Property marketed by Harrison Robinson

126 Bolling Road, Ben Rhydding, Ilkley, West Yorkshire, LS29 8PN

Guide Price£514,500
Reception Rooms 2
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2

Key Features

  • Characterful Four Bedroom Mid Terraced House
  • Sought After Convenient Location
  • Lounge With Open Fire
  • Spacious Dining Kitchen
  • En Suite To Master Bedroom
  • Good Sized Courtyard Garden
  • Walking Distance To Ilkley Town Centre
  • Lovely Wharfe Valley Views
  • Excellent Schools Within Walking Distance
  • Council Tax Band E

About this property

A delightful, four bedroom mid terraced property situated on Middleton Road close to the heart of Ilkley and within walking distance of riverside gardens and excellent schools. This is a spacious and characterful home which will appeal to a wide range of buyers.

One enters into a welcoming hallway with wooden flooring, a lovely spot to greet family and friends, and with space for hanging coats. A door opens into a spacious lounge with bay window and attractive stone fireplace housing an open fire. High ceilings, coving and ceiling rose all add to the feeling of space and character. Glazed doors lead into the dining kitchen to the rear of the house, fitted with cream, Shaker style base and wall units and with solid wood worksurfaces incorporating a handy breakfast bar and with ample room for a large, family dining table. One can imagine many happy times with family and friends here. Open to a cosy, double glazed conservatory, a lovely spot to sit and enjoy a morning coffee. A door leads down to a most useful cellar area providing ample storage and having a utility room with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. To the first floor one finds two, generously proportioned double bedrooms, the master having an ensuite shower room, a good sized single bedroom and the house bathroom. A double bedroom with Veluxes and exposed beams to the second floor completes the accommodation. To the front elevation the property is well set back from the road with a smart, paved fore garden and covered entrance whilst to the rear one finds a lovely, quiet, paved courtyard garden with newly erected fencing and gate leading out to the rear, access lane. There is ample room for outdoor furniture to enjoy al-fresco dining. This is a lovely family home and is worthy of an early viewing.
Recently voted the best place to live in the UK Ilkley is a thriving, historical, Yorkshire town, occupying a beautiful setting amidst the unspoilt open countryside of Wharfedale with stunning scenery and the opportunity for rural pursuits. Ilkley boasts an excellent wide range of high-class shops, restaurants, cafés, pubs and everyday amenities including two supermarkets, health centre, library and Playhouse theatre and boutique cinema. llkley has excellent sports and social facilities, which include the Ilkley lido pool and sports clubs for rugby, tennis, golf, cricket, hockey and football. The town benefits from high achieving schools for all ages with both state and private education well catered for including Ilkley Grammar School. Ilkley is an ideal town for the commuter with frequent train services to Leeds and Bradford (around 35 minutes’ commute), providing regular connections to London Kings Cross. Leeds Bradford International Airport is just over 11 miles away with national and international services.
The property is within walking distance of Ilkley train station, excellent primary schools, Ilkley Grammar School, Ilkley Moor and the River Wharfe.
With DOUBLE GLAZING and GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING the property, with approximate room sizes, comprises:

GROUND FLOOR

Entrance Hall
A uPVC door with decorative, glazed panels opens into a welcoming hallway. Dado rail, coving, wooden flooring, radiator. Space for hanging coats. An original pine door opens into the lounge. A carpeted staircase with timber balustrade leads up to the first floor landing. This is a lovely spot to welcome family and friends.

Lounge 4.88 x 3.91 (16'0" x 12'9")
A lovely spacious room with double glazed bay window to the front elevation. A beautiful, black, stone fireplace with tiled slips and black tiled heart houses an open fire and creates a focal point to the room. Wooden flooring, coving, ceiling rose, picture rail, Glazed doors open into the:

Living Dining Kitchen 5.74 x 4.27 (18'9" x 14'0")
A light and airy dining kitchen, courtesy of two double glazed windows to the rear of the house. Fitted with cream, wooden, Shaker style base and wall units with wooden work surfaces over and tiled splashbacks, incorporating a handy breakfast bar. Electric range oven with five ring gas hob and extractor over, space for fridge freezer and space and plumbing for a dishwasher. Belfast sink with brass mixer tap, decorative cast iron fireplace, wooden flooring. Ample room for a family dining table and one can imagine many happy times with family and friends here. Door to cellar.

Conservatory
A lovely spot to sit and enjoy the view over the garden with a coffee and a good book. UPVC double glazed windows, patio doors, wooden flooring, radiator. Attractive, exposed stonework.

LOWER GROUND FLOOR

Cellar 5.46 x 1.68 (17'10" x 5'6")
Wooden steps lead down to cellar rooms providing ample storage. A further under house area provides additional storage.

Utility Room 2.9 x 1.68 (9'6" x 5'6")
A useful utility room with space and plumbing for a washer and dryer with laminate work surface over, wall mounted boiler, radiator and vinyl flooring.

FIRST FLOOR

Landing
A carpeted staircase with timber balustrade leads up to the first floor landing. Carpeted flooring, radiator. Doors open into three bedrooms and the house bathroom. A further staircase leads to the top floor bedroom.

Master Bedroom 4.27 x 3.58 (14'0" x 11'8")
A good sized double bedroom to the rear with lovely views across to the park. Carpeted flooring, picture rail, radiator. Recessed wardrobe with pine doors. Door into:

En Suite
A modern, three-piece shower room with low level w/c with concealed cistern and hand basin with chrome mixer tap set in a vanity cupboard. Shower cubicle with thermostatic drench shower. Attractive mosaic tiling. Grey vinyl flooring, downlighting, wall mirror.

Bedroom Two 4.08 x 3.72 (13'4" x 12'2")
A large double bedroom to the front of the property with carpeted flooring and radiator. Glimpses across the valley from the double glazed window.

Bedroom Four 2.84 x 1.96 (9'3" x 6'5")
A good sized single room with a double glazed window to the front of the house. Carpeted flooring, radiator.

Bathroom
A four-piece bathroom fitted with a low level w/c, bath with telephone style shower attachment, pedestal hand basin with traditional style chrome taps and bidet. Chrome towel rail, tiled flooring, black and white wall tiling, downlighting. Obscure glazed window to rear.

SECOND FLOOR

Bedroom Three 5.84 x 5.79 (19'1" x 18'11")
A return staircase leads up to the second floor where one finds a further double bedroom woth carpeted flooring, radiator and two Veluxes. Exposed beams add to the character of this room. A recessed cupboard on the staircase provides useful storage.

OUTSIDE

Garden
The property is well set back from the road with a paved fore garden and path with smart hedging leading to the covered entrance door. A paved rear courtyard garden with recently installed fencing and gate leading to the rear access path is a lovely, quiet spot to sit and relax. Stone walling, outdoor light and tap. Ample room for outdoor furniture.

COUNCIL TAX
City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council Tax Band D.


Property added 08/09/2022