Property marketed by Harrison Robinson
126 Bolling Road, Ben Rhydding, Ilkley, West Yorkshire, LS29 8PN
- Four Bedroom Detached House
- Fantastic Generous Level Garden
- Two Reception Rooms
- Well Presented Throughout
- Double Garage
- Two Driveways Providing Ample Parking
- Level Lawned Foregarden
- Walking Distance To Train Station
- A Short Stroll To Excellent Schools And Village Amenities
- Council Tax Band E
About this property
A superb, four bedroom detached house with larger than average, level garden backing onto open fields and enjoying lovely, long distance views. With ample driveway parking, double garage and well presented, spacious living accommodation this is a gem of a family home which will appeal to a wide range of buyers.
One enters into a carpeted hallway leading into the spacious lounge with bay window and a well presented cloakroom. Glazed doors from the lounge open into the separate dining room which gives access to the breakfast kitchen fitted with pale wood effect units and a range of integrated appliances. A most useful utility porch to the rear with cupboards and space for a tumble dryer completes the ground floor accommodation. To the first floor one finds four good sized bedrooms affording wonderful Wharfe Valley views and the three-piece house bathroom. A hatch from the landing leads to a part boarded loft space, ideal for storage. The piece de resistance is the large, level garden backing onto open fields, particularly generous in size and predominantly laid to lawn with mature borders and trees. A paved patio area is the ideal spot to sit and relax and enjoy al-fresco dining and entertaining or simply relaxing in the sunshine. Mature hedging and smart fencing maintain privacy. To the front the property has fantastic kerb appeal being well set back from the road with a large, level fore garden and two paved and gravelled driveways. A double garage with electric up and over door provides useful storage.
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 is a gem of a family home with comfortable, spacious living accommodation and a fabulous, generously sized garden. With GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING and DOUBLE GLAZING THROUGHOUT the property comprises:
A uPVC entrance door with obscure glazed panels and side windows opens into a small hallway where doors open into the lounge and cloakroom. A return, carpeted staircase leads up to the first floor landing. Carpeted flooring, radiator.
With low level w/c and pedestal hand basin with chrome taps and tiled splashback. Obscure glazed window to front elevation, downlighting. Carpeted flooring, radiator.
Lounge 5.41 x 4.14 (17'8" x 13'6")
A large, dual aspect lounge with double glazed bay window overlooking the lawned fore garden. Pebble effect, electric fire with marble surround and hearth, carpeted flooring, two radiators. Glazed, timber doors open into the:
Dining Room 4.1 x 2.73 (13'5" x 8'11")
A separate dining room with ample room for a large, family dining table. Window to rear elevation, carpeted flooring, radiator. One can imagine many happy times with family and friends here. Door into:
Kitchen 4.14 x 2.26 (13'6" x 7'4")
A well presented kitchen with a range of pale wood effect base and wall units with complementary worksurfaces, incorporating a breakfast bar, and tiled splashbacks. Integral appliances include dishwasher, washing machine, under counter fridge, electric oven with four ring gas hob and fitted extractor over. Stone effect vinyl flooring, radiator. Inset sink with hose style, stainless steel mixer tap beneath a window to the side elevation overlooking the large garden. Obscure glazed door with side window leads into the:
A useful utility porch with fitted cupboards with worksurface over and space for a tumble dryer. Double glazed windows allow lots of natural light and a half glazed uPVC door leads out to the garden. Wall light, radiator, laminate flooring. This is the ideal spot to kick off shoes and boots after a long walk in the surrounding countryside.
A return carpeted staircase with side window leads up to the first floor landing. Doors open into four bedrooms and the house bathroom. A loft hatch with fitted ladder leads up to the attic space.
Bedroom One 3.61 x 2.87 (11'10" x 9'4")
A good sized, dual aspect double bedroom to the rear of the house affording fantastic, long distance views. Floor to ceiling fitted wardrobes, carpeted flooring, radiator.
Bedroom Two 3.99 x 2.9 (13'1" x 9'6")
A further, spacious, dual aspect double bedroom to the front elevation with fitted wardrobes, recessed cupboard, carpeted flooring and radiator, again with lovely long distance views.
Bedroom Three 3.96 x 2.08 (12'11" x 6'9")
A third, good sized bedroom to the front of the property with window overlooking the front garden. Carpeted flooring, radiator.
Bedroom Four 3.24 x 2.11 (10'7" x 6'11")
A large, single bedroom with double glazed window to the rear with beautiful, long distance views across open countryside. Fitted vanity table, carpeted flooring, radiator.
A three-piece house bathroom with low level w/c, pedestal handbasin with chrome taps and panel bath with thermostatic drench shower plus additional shower attachment, tiled walls, glass shelves and glazed screen. Recessed cupboard, radiator, obscure glazed window, carpeted flooring.
The property occupies a larger than average plot benefitting from a particularly generously sized level garden predominantly laid to lawn with mature hedging, flowering shrubs and plants and a paved area, ideal for al-fresco dining. This is a great, family garden backing onto open fields maintaining privacy with smart fencing and paved pathways leading round to the front of the house via wooden gates. To the front the house is well set back from the road with a large, level lawned area and well stocked borders. A paved pathway leads to the entrance door.
Double Garage 5.34 x 4.71 (17'6" x 15'5")
A double garage with electric up and over door, power and lighting providing ample storage.
The property has two long, paved and gravelled driveways providing ample parking for a number of vehicles.
City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council Tax Band E.
Property added 27/07/2022