A well presented detached family sized four bed property in excellent order.
The village of Bradley is located approximately two miles south of Skipton and is surrounded by beautiful countryside, glorious views and borders the Leeds/Liverpool canal. Bradley offers quite a substantial range of amenities for a small village including a general store, well respected primary school, church, public house, village hall and cricket club. Skipton offers a more comprehensive range of shopping and amenities together with excellent secondary schooling and also has a railway station providing regular daily services into Leeds and Bradford, as well as a bus service.
A well presented detached family sized four bed property in excellent order. Set in a quiet location at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac amongst delightful well maintained gardens. Gas central heating, UPVC double glazing throughout, and a double garage with further parking to the front of the property. With an added bonus of a spacious conservatory to the rear of the property looking out onto the pleasant and well stocked gardens.
Entered from the front driveway via a timber and glazed door with matching glazed side windows and into an oak floored entrance hall; with partly exposed feature stone wall. Natural light provided by two double glazed windows, one to the side of the property and one overlooking the rear gardens. This space provides an attractive entrance into the main property and also provides a handy home office/computer work station area. Open to the main reception hall by way of an open square entrance way. Double heating radiator, multi point adjustable spotlight and recessed bookshelf.
With oak flooring running through from the entrance hall and giving access to the main reception areas including the kitchen, living room and staircase rising to the first floor. Central heating radiator and intruder alarm panel.
Incorporating a full pedestal basin with Onyx taps and tiled splash back. Matching close coupled WC and 900 x 900 fully tiled shower enclosure with Triton T80 independently powered electric adjustable shower unit. Natural light is provided by an obscure double glazed UPVC window with central heating radiator below.
Approached by a timber and multi glazed (bevelled glass) door, into a spacious immaculately presented and very light living room. Finished in pleasant neutral colours with soft creams to the walls and coving to the ceiling. Featuring a contemporary and modern limestone fireplace with living flame gas fired pebble style gas fire, sat on a matching limestone hearth. Natural light is provided by way of two large UPVC double glazed windows to either end of this good sized living room with a further arched UPVC double glazed window, all of which overlook the pleasant and very well stocked gardens. TV point, Sky point and telephone point. Two central heating radiators, three contemporary wall light points and recessed arch shelf/display area. Double width archway leading through into the dining room.
As previously mentioned open to the living room by way of an archway, with doors leading off to the kitchen, under stairs cupboard and a pair of timber and full height glazed French doors opening into the spacious conservatory. This allows natural light to flow through the living room and dining room areas. Two fitted display shelves with double panel heating radiator below one of these, coving to ceiling and dado rail.
Approached from the dining room and main living space by way of a pair of French doors into the large conservatory at 16 ft 2 by just short of 10 ft, and giving superb long distance views across Bradley and the Aire Valley. The conservatory has a fully tiled ceramic floor and features 20 ml double glazing all set in panoramic UPVC windows giving views and natural light to the all elevations. All with made to measure blinds and with a tiled roof to match the main house roof. Recessed adjustable spot lighting on a dimmer control and sliding French door opening onto the good sized patio area for al fresco dining.
Featuring a range of fitted base cupboards, draws and wall cupboards finished with laminate fronts with medium oak. Contrasting 40 ml granite effect worktops. Fully tiled splash back above the worktops which incorporate a single bowl stainless steel sink and drainer unit overlooking the patio and with pleasant long distance views across Bradley. Natural light provided by a large UPVC double glazed window set above the sink. Further natural light provided by a single glazed window looking into the conservatory and a panel and glazed UPVC door giving access from the kitchen to the al fresco dining/patio area and driveway. Space and plumbing is provided for an automatic washing machine and dishwasher to the left of the sink and a free standing oven and hob. Further space provided under the worktops for a fridge and freezer. Coving to ceiling and two sets of adjustable spot lights finished in chrome. Central heating radiator with fitted shelving above and to the side giving storage for recipe books and so on.
Approached from the first floor via a straight flight stairs opening onto the landing which provides access to all four bedrooms and the house bathroom and also with a drop down loft hatch giving access to the roof space. The airing cupboard is also situated on the landing and incorporates the hot water cylinder.
A good sized double bedroom featuring a range of built in wardrobes with louvre doors giving full height access and excellent clothes storage. Very much a double bedroom with natural light provided by way of a large UPVC double glazed window with heating radiator underneath and providing very pleasant long distance views towards Carleton Moor.
Again with superb long distance views towards Carleton and also the moors surrounding the approach to Bradley village. All of this by way of a large UPVC double glazed window with heating radiator below. Pair of full height panel doors give access to a large built in wardrobe providing handy storage. Certainly a double bedroom with coving to the ceiling and a centre ceiling light controlled by a dimmer switch.
To the rear of the property this time and again with a large UPVC double glazed window with spectacular views across Bradley and to the moors beyond, with heating radiator below. Again a pair of double panel full height doors opening into a built in wardrobe and with fitted shelving over the window and to the side providing handy storage for books and so on.
Perhaps the smallest of the bedrooms but certainly a good sized single bedroom with once again a UPVC double glazed window to the rear of the property with very pleasant long distance views across Bradley and beyond. Heating radiator below. Coving to ceiling and fitted display shelf across the window providing storage for books.
Featuring a three piece suite finished in a peach colour and comprising of a full pedestal basin with Onyx taps, matching WC and bath again with Onyx taps and with a Triton T80 independent electric shower with adjustable head over the bath. Natural light provided by way of an obscure glazed UPVC double glazed window, heating radiator, built in cabinet over the WC and contemporary style adjustable light fitting.
Detached double garage
With up and over door, power sockets, lighting, water tap and natural light provided by a window and side access door.
The property is set in very pleasant and well stocked gardens including specimen trees and shrubs and further mature trees, lawned areas, gravelled beds and borders. Mainly to the side and the rear of the property the gardens provide a high level of privacy by way of walls, mature conifers and copper beech hedges. Certainly plenty of areas to sit and enjoy the sun, along with a good sized flagged patio area providing hard standing for outside dining furniture and entertaining. The glazed greenhouse to the far corner of the garden is included in the sale. There is parking for four cars on the tarmacadam driveway.
Council tax band - E