Rose Cottage, Street Lane
west morton, yorkshire

Property marketed by Harrison Robinson

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

Guide Price£289,950
Reception Rooms 1
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1

Key Features

  • Charming Stone Built Terraced Cottage
  • Lounge With Log Burning Stove
  • Beautiful Bespoke Dining Kitchen
  • Large Rear Garden With Summer House
  • Garage, Sauna And Workshop
  • Double Bedroom Plus Attic Room
  • Off Street Parking To Rear
  • Idyllic Rural Location
  • Close To Transport Links
  • Council Tax Band C

About this property

Rose Cottage is a beautifully presented, one bedroom, stone built cottage offering quality living accommodation, enjoying fantastic views towards the countryside and beyond and delightfully situated within an idyllic location.

Benefitting from a truly spacious garden bound by open countryside, a single garage, spacious workshop, garden room with separate shower room (ideal for the occasional guests) plus further garden storage rooms and an observatory! This property is perfect for those who are looking to downsize, wishing to have the opportunity to continue or explore new hobbies, yet have comfortable accommodation with occasional space for family or guests.
Delightfully situated within a highly acclaimed and much sought after residential location is this beautifully presented one bedroom stone built period cottage offering attractive living accommodation planned over two floors. The property is in our opinion superbly presented throughout and includes oil fired central heating, sealed unit double glazing together with quality hand built oak dining kitchen, bathroom and shower fittings. The property also includes a host of character features none more than the quintessential farmhouse sitting room with exposed beams to ceiling, solid oak flooring and bespoke fitted furniture, large open fireplace with heavy stone mantle and cast-iron stove and last but not least mullioned stone windows affording stunning countryside views, allowing natural light to flood in. Undoubtedly this property would be ideally suited to the more discerning purchaser seeking a home with comfortable elegance and true versatility.
The property is situated in one of Bingley's premier residential locations amidst the hamlet of West Morton which comprises of a number of converted farmhouses and barns approximately one mile from East Morton Village. Bingley, Keighley and Crossflatts are approximately 2.5 miles distant all of which have fast commuter links by train to Leeds and many other West and North Yorkshire business centres and within convenient daily commuting distance of the Aire and Wharfe Valleys.



Living Dining Kitchen 5.6 x 4.6 (18'4" x 15'1")
One enters this charming home through a bespoke solid oak door into a wonderful, spacious, extended, country style dining kitchen, with space to kick off muddy shoes and boots after a long walk in the beautiful surrounding countryside. Filled with light, having solid oak double glazed windows to two sides, enhanced by two Velux roof windows, affording pleasant view towards the spacious private rear garden. One immediately is drawn to the overall space, fitted with a range of bespoke, wooden fitted kitchen units some hand-painted in soft gunmetal grey contrasted by natural wood doors all with heavy, solid wooden worksurfaces over incorporating a ceramic white Belfast style sink. Matched with the solid wooded window-sills and timber framed windows . Further plentiful storage in true cottage style – a mixture of cupboards, shelves and drawers, shelves and large pantry style storage cupboard. One's eyes are immediately drawn to the inset black Rayburn oil fired range with stylish, grey metro tiles to the splashback and painted mantle above. A multi coloured stone floor, exposed stone wall and tongue and groove painted wooden ceiling all add to the charming country feel. Having an electric oven with ceramic electric hob and glass splashback, space and plumbing for washing machine, under counter fridge and small freezer. There is ample space for a large family dining table and one can imagine many happy times entertaining friends and family alike. TV point. Further tall storage cupboard for coats and additional built-in storage cupboards above head height. Deep skirting boards. Painted solid wooden doors give access to a staircase to the first floor and sitting room.

Lounge 5.4 x 4 (17'8" x 13'1")
Two steps down into a most characterful, charming reception room with solid oak flooring, original exposed beams, south facing stone mullioned window with timber framed double-glazed window affording stunning, far reaching view across the valley with window seat. Picture rail. Original stone fireplace with heavy stone mantle and oak mantlepiece with charming, bevelled edge houses a large cast-iron multi-fuel stove. Wall lights. Useful under staircase storage and bespoke fitted bookshelves. Radiator. Exposed brick wall. A door gives access to:

Entrance Porch/Study Area
Study area formerly the front entrance porch. Solid, oak entrance door and flooring. Shelving, wall light.


Carpeted stairs lead up to the first floor landing.

Bedroom 3.8 x 2.6 (12'5" x 8'6")
A delightful double bedroom to the front, south facing elevation having incredible views over surrounding countryside through the stone mullioned window with timber framed double-glazed windows. Charming, original, stone fireplace. Radiator. Stripped wooden floor, picture rail. Alcove wardrobe with hanging rail and storage space.

Shower Room
A charming shower room with electric shower in cubicle with glazed door and fully tiled surround in white tiles. A circular, white basin set in a wooden vanity unit with useful storage below. Low level w/c with concealed cistern. Timber framed double-glazed window with shutters offers view up the large, rear garden. A large, built-in cupboard with shelves affords plenty of storage. Downlighting, wooden flooring.


Attic Room 3.7 x 3.3 (12'1" x 10'9")
A door opens from the landing with a narrow staircase leading up to a useful attic room for study space or occasional sleepovers. Great for storage with bespoke fitted cupboards. Carpeted flooring, exposed original beams and Velux window.


Garage & Sauna
A single garage with up and over door and separate side door with power and lighting, including a sauna!

Workshop 6 x 4.9 (19'8" x 16'0")
A large workshop, the perfect place to get on with those many hobbies and projects. Constructed from breeze block, this is an ideal man cave.

Summer House
Set at the very top of the garden this south facing garden room is a true home from home. Having breathtaking, long distance views, this is the ideal ‘get away from it all’ spot. With carpeted flooring, space for a sofa bed and armchairs, double glazed windows, small bathroom with electric shower, wash basin and caravan style toilet. This is also great as an occasional guest room, just imagine waking up to those wonderful views with a nice cup of coffee!

What can I say, this delightful extensive private garden has it all, it slopes upwards from the house and therefore benefits from incredible views across the valley. With seating areas. established planting and primarily laid to lawn with stepping stone paths. Surrounded by open fields. A timber shed provides storage and a further shed is actually an observatory with sliding roof for star gazing! To the front is a pretty, small, south facing terrace garden having a low stone wall with timber gate and block paving leading to the solid oak front door. A further charming spot in which to take in the countryside with a cup of Yorkshire tea. With roses climbing up the walls, this is just the quintessential English cottage – simply delightful.

Parking space for several vehicles to the rear of the property.

City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council Tax Band C.

Property added 14/07/2022