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West Terrace
burley in wharfedale, west yorkshire

Property marketed by Harrison Robinson

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

Guide Price£300,000
Reception Rooms 1
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1

Key Features

  • Three Double Bedroom Mid Terraced House
  • Beautiful Four Piece House Bathroom
  • Spacious Lounge With Open Fire
  • Sizeable Dining Kitchen
  • Lovely Long Distance Views
  • Retaining Many Original Features
  • Close To Village Amenities
  • Walking Distance To Train Station
  • South Facing Garden Area To Front Of Property

About this property

A deceptively spacious, three double bedroom, mid terraced property offering generous living accommodation, a fantastic new four-piece bathroom and retaining many original features. The property benefits from a south facing garden to the front elevation and beautiful long distance views.

One enters into a welcoming hallway with original feature archway, floorboards and doors leading into the spacious lounge with open fireplace in a timber surround and the sizeable dining kitchen to the rear of the house with Shaker style units and ample room for a dining table. An original recessed fireplace with exposed brickwork and stone surround creates an attractive focal point. A door opens into a useful under stairs utility room. A wide staircase with original timber balustrade leads up to the first floor landing where one finds two great sized bedrooms and the recently installed four-piece house bathroom. A further staircase leads up to the second floor where there is a generous double bedroom with ample under eaves storage and large walk in cupboard. Outside the property has a small, south facing, lawned foregarden with smart fencing maintaining privacy, whilst to the rear there is a quiet access lane and a stone built store providing useful storage. Some of the properties nearby have removed this to create parking or a seating area.
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 well proportioned rooms with beautiful character features close to the vibrant village centre. With GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING and UPVC DOUBLE GLAZING throughout the property comprises:

GROUND FLOOR

Entrance Hall
A uPVC, entrance door with transom light opens into a welcoming hallway with original floorboards, coving and radiator with radiator cover. Doors open into the lounge and dining kitchen. An attractive archway adds to the character feel.

Lounge 4.3 x 3.6 (14'1" x 11'9")
A large room to the front of the property with beautiful, original timber fireplace housing an open fire. Double glazed window with plantation shutters and wooden panelling beneath. Carpeted flooring, picture rail, radiator.

Dining Kitchen 4.3 x 4.1 (14'1" x 13'5")
A loveLy, large dining kitchen to the rear of the house with cream, Shaker style base and wall units with solid wood work surfaces and tiled splashbacks. The original stone fireplace with exposed brickwork is an attractive feature. Appliances include dishwasher, electric oven with electric hob and extractor over. A Belfast sink with brushed steel mixer tap sits beneath a window to the rear with plantation shutters. Vinyl flooring, radiator, ample room for a family dining table. A half glazed uPVC door leads out to the rear access lane. A door opens into the utility room. This is a great entertaining space and one can imagine many happy times with family and friends here.

Utility Room
With space and plumbing for a washing machine, shelving, obscure glazed window to rear. Wall mounted boiler.

FIRST FLOOR

Landing
A wide, carpeted staircase with oak handrail and timber balustrade leads up to the first floor landing. Doors open into two double bedrooms and the fantastic house bathroom. A door leads up to the second floor bedroom. A double glazed window to the rear allows natural light, ceiling rose.

Bedroom One 5 x 3.1 (16'4" x 10'2")
A great sized double bedroom to the front elevation with attractive original fireplace and fitted wardrobes. Carpeted flooring, radiator, window affording lovely views up to the moor with plantation shutters.

Bedroom Three 3.7 x 2.2 (12'1" x 7'2")
A further double bedroom to the front of the house with a window, again with lovely views and plantation shutters. Carpeted flooring,.

Bathroom
Wow! A beautifully presented, four-piece bathroom with low level w/c, two hand basins set in Shaker style vanity cupboards with traditional style chrome mixer taps, deep fill bath with free standing mixer tap and separate, tiled shower cubicle with thermostatic drench shower plus additional shower attachment and glass screens. Wood effect laminate flooring, obscure glazed window to rear, grey ladder style heated towel rail.

SECOND FLOOR

Bedroom Two 5.3 x 5 (17'4" x 16'4")
A carpeted staircase leads up to a very spacious double bedroom with ample under eaves storage and large, walk in cupboard. Carpeted flooring, radiator, Velux with beautiful countryside views.

OUTSIDE
The property has a south facing lawned garden to the front with smart fencing maintaining privacy. To the rear there is a stone outhouse providing storage across the rear access lane. One could remove this to create a parking space or quiet seating area.

COUNCIL TAX
City of Bradford Metropolitan Council Tax Band B.


Property added 27/04/2022