Property marketed by Harrison Robinson
126 Bolling Road, Ben Rhydding, Ilkley, West Yorkshire, LS29 8PN
- Characterful, Stone-Built Terrace
- Two Generous Bedrooms
- Spacious Dining Kitchen
- Modern House Bathroom
- Charming Garden
- Central Village Location
- Close Walking Distance to the Train Station
- Delightful Views
- No Onward Chain
About this property
This charming, characterful, stone-built terraced property offers spacious, two bedroomed accommodation and is conveniently located in this quiet, yet central village location. It benefits from a delightful, rear garden and some stunning, far reaching countryside views.
One enters into a generous lounge, filled with light through the large, south facing window. This leads into a spacious, fitted dining kitchen offering a charming view over the rear garden and to the hills beyond. Access is provided here to the good-sized cellar. To the first floor one finds two good-sized bedrooms and a modern house bathroom. The property is well-presented and benefits from no onward chain.
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 to be close to the vibrant village centre.
With GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING and UPVC DOUBLE GLAZING and approximate room sizes the property comprises:
Lounge 4.09 x 3.35 (13'5" x 10'11")
A half-glazed, UPVC entrance door with two double-glazed panels with opaque glazing and UPVC double-glazed transom light over opens into a spacious lounge. Excellent ceiling height accentuates the feeling of space. A large, UPVC, double-glazed, south facing window allows the light to flood in, creating a bright and airy atmosphere. A Dimplex electric stove sitting on a stone hearth is an attractive, focal point. Pine skirtings and architraves, carpeting , two radiators, fitted shelving and TV point. Carpeted staircase leading to the first floor. A half-glazed, multi-pane, pine door opens into:
Dining Kitchen 4.04 x 3.20 (13'3" x 10'5")
A great-sized dining kitchen to the rear elevation fitted with a range of Shaker style ,cream base and wall cupboards with complementary marble effect, laminate worksurface and upstands over. A stainless-steel sink and drainer with mixer tap sits underneath a large, UPVC, double-glazed window affording a pleasant view over the rear garden, Attractive and practical, mosaic, ceramic tiling splashback around the sink and Beko electric oven with ceramic hob. A cupboard houses the Remeha central heating boiler. Space for an under counter fridge and freezer and space for a washing machine. A charming feature is the stone chimney breast with stone lintel. Coordinating, ceramic, tiled floor, coving, radiator and downlighting. Room for a dining table. A timber stable door with small, glazed panel leads out to the garden area. A pine door opens onto a staircase leading down to the cellar area. Useful shelving at the top of the stairs.
LOWER GROUND FLOOR
Cellar 3.30 x 2.39 (10'9" x 7'10")
A good-sized cellar area comprising of two rooms providing generous storage space.
A carpeted staircase from the lounge leads to a small landing area. Loft hatch.
Bedroom One 4.11 x 3.43 (13'5" x 11'3")
A most spacious, double bedroom to the front elevation, filled with light courtesy of the large, UPVC, double-glazed, south facing window. Newly fitted carpet and radiator. Pine, fitted wardrobes and pine skirtings, door and architrave. Pleasant, moorland views.
Bedroom Two 3.23 x 1.93 (10'7" x 6'3")
A generous, single bedroom to the rear elevation. A UPVC, double-glazed window offers a delightful view over the rear garden and to the hills beyond. Tall ceilings again create a wonderful feeling of space. Pine skirting boards, architraves and door. Carpeting and radiator.
A modern bathroom including a white bath with traditional style taps and cream, tongue and groove, wooden bath panel. Mains thermostatic Grohe shower over the bath with practical, folding, glazed shower screen. White, pedestal style wash basin with traditional taps and low-level w/c. Attractive, acrylic panel around the bath and shower, tiling to half-height around the basin and toilet and tongue and groove wooden panelling to the rest of the room. Coordinating herringbone style, vinyl flooring, chrome, ladder, towel radiator and spotlights. A useful cupboard with pine Louvre door for storing towels and linen.
A short flight of stone steps leads down to a pathway running across the rear of the properties. A timber gate opens into a good-sized, private, rear garden which is presently laid with pebbles for ease of maintenance. A small patio area at the bottom of the garden will be a great spot to catch the afternoon sun. Border with shrubs and plants. Fencing and a stone wall maintain privacy.
City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council Tax Band B.
Property added 01/09/2022