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St. Pauls Rise
ilkley, west yorkshire

Property marketed by Harrison Robinson

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

Guide Price£469,950
Reception Rooms 1
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2

Key Features

  • Four Bedroom Semi Detached House
  • Living Dining Kitchen With Bifolding Doors
  • Beautiful Well Stocked Rear Garden
  • En Suite To Master Bedroom
  • Lounge With Gas Stove
  • Beautiful Views
  • Driveway Parking And Store
  • Walking Distance To Village Amenities
  • Close To Excellent Schools

About this property

A well presented, four bedroom, semi detached house with living dining kitchen with bifolding doors leading out to a beautifully maintained west facing garden, situated within easy walking distance of all the amenities in the Yorkshire Dales village of Addingham.

One enters into a welcoming hallway with carpeted flooring with room for an item of furniture. Doors lead into the lounge with bay window and gas stove and the fabulous, extended, living dining kitchen across the rear of the property, fitted with Shaker style units with solid wood worksurfaces and having a full range of integral appliances. There is ample room for comfortable sofas and chairs and family dining table. This is a sociable entertaining space with bifolding doors out to decking in the garden. A utility room and modern cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation. To the first floor there are four bedrooms, three being doubles and the master having an en suite shower room and a house bathroom. Outside the property benefits from driveway parking, a lawned fore garden with attractive borders and a useful store with up and over door. To the rear, a beautifully maintained garden with smart decking with lighting, large patio and level lawn with ample room for outdoor furniture and al-fresco dining. This is a gem of a family home and is worthy of an early viewing.
Steeped in history, Addingham is an attractive and popular Dales Village that lies to the west of Ilkley on the banks of the River Wharfe, surrounded by beautiful open countryside (as highlighted by the Tour De France coverage; in fact, the Tour passed through the village twice, they liked it so much!). Addingham is a great place to live; the village offers a useful range of shops including a Coop store, a post office and doctor’s surgery, various excellent inns and eateries and its own well regarded primary school. Local bus services to surrounding towns are available from the village Main Street, whereas the railway station in Ilkley, just over three miles away provides a regular commuter service to Leeds and Bradford city centres.
The immaculately presented accommodation with GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING and DOUBLE GLAZING THROUGHOUT and with approximate room sizes, comprises:

GROUND FLOOR

Entrance Hall
A timber door with obscure glazed side window opens into a welcoming hallway with doors opening into the lounge and dining kitchen. A carpeted staircase with timber balustrade leads up to the first floor landing. Carpeted flooring, radiator, useful understairs storage cupboard.

Lounge 4.06 x 3.3 (13'3" x 10'9")
A lovely, comfortable sitting room with double glazed bay window overlooking the front garden. A gas stove on a stone hearth with wooden lintel is an attractive, focal feature. Carpeted flooring, radiator.

Living Dining Kitchen 7.98 x 3.18 (26'2" x 10'5")
A great sized living dining kitchen across the rear of the property, opened up by the current owners, to create a fabulous, sociable space. The kitchen is fitted with pale grey, Shaker style base and wall units with stainless steel doorknobs and cup handles, solid wood work surfaces and upstands. Integrated appliances include electric oven and grill, four ring induction hob with stainless steel and glass extractor over, dishwasher and under counter fridge. Ceramic handbasin with drainer and chrome, mixer tap beneath double glazed window overlooking the beautiful rear garden. Downlighting, attractive pendant lights. Patterned floor tiles, open to a well proportioned dining area with bifold doors leading out onto decking. Wooden flooring, two contemporary styled radiators, pendant lights over an area where there is ample room for a family dining table, downlighting, door into:

Utility Room 2.51 x 1.22 (8'2" x 4'0")
A good sized utility room with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer and additional appliance. Solid wood worksurface and upstands, shaker style wall cupboard. Vinyl flooring, radiator, downlighting. Obscure double glazed window to side elevation. Door into:

Cloakroom
With low level w/c amd hand basin with chrome, mixer tap set in a vanity cupboard with tiled splashback. Vinyl flooring, obscure double glazed window.

FIRST FLOOR

Landing
A carpeted staircase with handrail leads up to the first floor landing where doors open into four bedrooms, the master giving an en suite, and the house bathroom.

Master Bedroom 3.94 x 3.35 (12'11" x 10'11")
A good sized double bedroom to the front of the property with lovely views across to the moor. Carpeted flooring, radiator. Door into:

En Suite Shower Room
A spacious en suite shower room with low level w/c, handbasin with chrome taps set in a vanity cupboard with large wall mirror and a separate tiled shower cubicle with electric shower and glazed door. White, ladder style heated towel rail, extractor, vinyl flooring, obscure glazed window to front elevation.

Bedroom Two 4.42 x 2.51 (14'6" x 8'2")
A spacious dual aspect, double bedroom with carpeted flooring and radiator. A mezzanine level with wooden ladder style staircase provides storage. Plenty of under eaves storage cupboards.

Bedroom Three 3.35 x 3.23 (10'11" x 10'7")
A further double bedroom to the rear of the property overlooking the rear garden with recessed cupboard with useful shelving, carpeted flooring and radiator. Glimpses of countryside in the distance.

Bedroom Four 3.38 x 2.51 (11'1" x 8'2")
A generous single bedroom, again with long distance views, carpeted flooring and radiator, currently utilised as a home office.

Bathroom
With low level w/c, pedestal hand basin with chrome taps and panel bath with thermostatic shower with glazed screen. White wall tiling, laminate flooring, extractor, obscure glazed window to rear.

OUTSIDE

Garden
The rear garden has the real wow factor with a beautiful decked area with lighting, ideal for relaxing and al-fresco entertaining accessed from the bifold doors making this the perfect entertaining spot. A level lawn with well stocked borders with mature shrubs and flowering plants provides a great spot for children to play and the green fingered amongst us to potter. There is a a further patio area and timber shed. Smart fencing amd manicured hedging maintain privacy. A path leads to the front of the property where there is a lawn with mature borders behind low stone walling.

Driveway Parking And Store 2.85 x 2.65 (9'4" x 8'8")
A smart, paved driveway provides ample parking and a store with up and over door, power and electricity provides ample storage and houses the central heating boiler.

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


Property added 07/07/2022