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  • Park Road, Cross Hills

    £225,000 Asking Price

    ** DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY **
    Currently occupied as a 4 bedroom apartment, planning permission has been granted to split the home into two individual, 2 bedroom and 1 bedroom dwellings. Each apartment will have use the communal outside space and an allocated parking space that is accessed via electronic gates.
    (REF: 2021/22397/LBC)

    Current accommodation:
    There is a communal entrance that can be accessed via the pavement on Park Road or via the communal courtyard adjacent to the parking area. This communal area leads upstairs to the property.

    There is a spacious hallway with space saving steps leading up to the very useful loft area.

    A large open plan living/kitchen has a wide range of wall and base units with integrated appliances. The living area has a feature log burning stove with recess storage either side.

    The master bedroom has built-in storage, a feature fireplace and access to the Jack and Jill three-piece contemporary bathroom suite which is also accessed via the hallway.

    There are a further two double bedrooms, both with built-in storage cupboards, a spacious single bedroom, an additional white four-piece bathroom suite and a large utility room.

    As well as the feature fireplaces and ample built-in storage cupboards, the property also has fantastic feature double glazed windows throughout with ornate wood surrounds.

    Externally there is a communal courtyard and two allocated parking spaces.

    NB:
    The property is leasehold * The new owner will automatically receive 2 shares in the management company * £36 pcm is payable for electricity and buildings insurance * The annual buildings maintenance fee for 2018 was £290.85 * The lease is for 999 years from 2014
    The property is a Grade II listed building

    Cross Hills:
    A thriving village with a popular Main Street that has many independent business including hairdressers and barbers, Italian restaurant, bespoke gift shops and cafes. There is also a Co-op and Spar for your everyday shopping needs. South Craven School was rated Outstanding by Ofsted in 2013 and remains one of the most popular upper schools in the district.

    Beds: 4 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 2
  • High Whin Fold, Keighley

    £220,000 Asking Price

    Constructed by Barrett Homes in 2016, this FOUR BEDROOM, DETACHED FAMILY HOME provides contemporary living with a LARGE REAR GARDEN, CONSERVATORY and ample OFF-ROAD PARKING.

    Accommodation:
    The property opens through to a central entrance hall with storage cupboard and WC.

    To the left is the spacious living room which has doors leading to the rear conservatory.

    To the right of the hallway is the dining kitchen which has a range of wall and base units with integrated electric oven, gas hob, dishwasher and fridge freezer. There is an external door to the rear garden and a door back through to the hallway.

    To the first floor are three double bedrooms, with the front two having fitted wardrobes and the rear having a range of mirror-fronted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room. There is also a fourth bedroom that is currently being used as an office with fitted furniture and a house bathroom.

    Externally the property has a low-maintenance garden to the front with a driveway to the side. The rear garden is a great size and has been designed with low-maintenance in mind and offers a nice degree of privacy.

    Beds: 4 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 2
  • Harwal Mill, Silsden

    £210,000 Asking Price

    This EXCEPTIONALLY WELL-PRESENTED, TWO BEDROOM, GROUND FLOOR apartment was lovingly converted in 2017 by Skipton Properties and occupies a splendid CANAL SIDE POSITION. OFFERING STYLISH AND CONTEMPORARY LIVING, the spacious home will suit both YOUNG PROFESSIONALS and THOSE LOOKING TO DOWNSIZE and comes with an ALLOCATED PARKING PLACE.

    Accommodation:
    Accessed via a secure video entry system, the property opens through to a communal entrance vestibule.

    The apartment is located at the end of the corridor and has a splendid corner position with views over the Leeds/Liverpool Canal.

    The property opens through to an entrance hall with a large storage cupboard that houses the boiler.

    At the end of the hallway is the open plan living/kitchen/dining room. Flooded by plenty of natural light, thanks to the floor to ceiling windows on two elevations, this room is a fantastic space with the kitchen area having a range of contemporary wall and base units with integrated fridge/freezer, electric oven and hob, washing machine and dishwasher. There is also plenty of space for a formal dining area and a space to relax and unwind.

    There are two spacious double bedrooms, each with their own TV and telephone points. The main bedroom has a pleasant view over the canal.

    Finally there is a contemporary shower room with a large walk-in shower.

    Externally the property has an allocated parking space and stands in well-maintained grounds.

    NB:
    Tenure: Leasehold
    Length of lease: 999 years from January 2017 Annual service charge: £1,344 (£112 pcm)
    Annual ground rent: £50

    Silsden:
    With a bustling small town feel about it, Silsden has a great sense of community with numerous independent shops on its high street and a large Co-op for your everyday shopping needs. With two popular primary schools (with plans for a new super school to be built which will combine them), a fantastic park and Town Hall and the Leeds/Liverpool Canal running through it; it’s clear to see why “Cobbydalers” love living in Silsden. The village is well-placed for commuters too, with Steeton/Silsden train station approximately 1 mile away.

    Beds: 2 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 1
  • Land Off Scott Lane, Riddlesden

    £200,000 Guide Price

    LAND FOR SALE (APPROX 765 sqm). WITH PLANNING PERMISSION FOR A DETACHED DWELLING. (Ref 20/02822/FUL)

    Full planning permission was passed on the 20th October 2020 for the construction of a large, four bedroom detached property with a double integral garage. The property would in brief comprise of: double integral garage, WC. Living room, dining kitchen, utility room/office. Four double bedrooms (one en-suite), house bathroom. The land is situated up a private track of Scott Lane.

    Viewing arrangements
    Any time during daylight hours. Physical appointments with the estate agents are required.

    Beds: 0 Reception Rooms: 0 Baths: 0
  • Mill Croft, Cowling

    £200,000 Asking Price

    This VERY WELL-PRESENTED and tastefully decorated end-townhouse property has been extended to provide spacious, THREE BEDROOM ACCOMMODATION with AMPLE OFF ROAD PARKING and a LOVELY REAR GARDEN. Situated in the popular cul-de-sac in the village, the property would be IDEAL FOR FAMILIES and an internal inspection is highly recommended.

    Accommodation:
    To the ground floor is an entrance porch which leads through to the large living room which has a staircase to the first floor and double doors to the superb dining kitchen..
    The kitchen has a range of wall and base units, integrated oven, gas hob and dishwasher. There is also a utility room to the side with plumbing for a washing machine.

    To the first floor are two spacious double bedrooms, a generous single bedroom and a contemporary bathroom with separate shower.

    Externally the property has parking to the front and a fantastic, private rear garden that is accessed via French doors from the kitchen. With a flagged area straight outside the kitchen and two lawn areas, the garden is surrounded by well-tended plants, shrubs and trees and offer a fantastic outside space for the family.

    Cowling:
    A mixture of old and new properties with some lovely individual and small cul-de-sac developments, all being overlooked by The Pinnacles, more commonly known as the Salt and Pepper Pot! There is a main road heading through its centre with a number of shops and a Primary School and you can be on the M65 in a little under 20 minutes.

    Beds: 3 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 1
  • Glendale, Ribble Valley

    £198,555 Asking Price

    Set in the idyllic Lancashire countryside just on the outskirts of the Yorkshire Dales, Ribble Valley Country and Leisure Park is perfectly situated to enjoy the beautiful surrounding area. Whether it’s the great outdoors or the picturesque nearby towns, Ribble Valley is the perfect location for a 5* escape.

    Ribble Valley Country and Leisure Park:
    Set in the idyllic Lancashire countryside just on the outskirts of the Yorkshire Dales, the park is perfectly situated to enjoy the beautiful surrounding area. Whether it’s the great outdoors or the picturesque nearby towns, Ribble Valley is the perfect location for a 5* escape.

    Unlike many Holiday Parks, Ribble Valley Country & Leisure Park is a 12-month park which means you can enjoy your holiday home all year round.

    Nature lovers can enjoy the local wildlife, nearby walking trails and cycling routes. The park is pet friendly so all members of the family can enjoy Ribble Valley.

    Combining the finest luxury holiday homes in Lancashire with a scenic and central location; this is a holiday destination that ticks all the boxes and is designed for those looking to escape from the pressures of everyday life and offers peace and tranquillity right on your doorstep.

    Boasting beautiful gardens, with water features and prestige landscaping, the park is designed with you in mind, just relax and unwind with breath-taking views of local Pendle Hill.

    NB:
    Purchases are subject to the completion of a site agreement.
    These homes cannot be classed as your primary residence. Subletting is not permitted.
    Site fees start form £5,395 p/a
    £4,000 of site fee credit is available in 2021
    Insurance: £325 p/a

    Purchase Options
    All of Ribble Valley holiday homes can be bought outright or on finance. A representative of Park Leisure can discuss purchase options at your request.

    Directions:
    On approaching Gisburn from the direction of Skipton, turn right at the roundabout and follow the follow the road to Settle for approximately 2 miles where you will see a signs for the Buck Inn and Ribble Valley Caravan Park. Turn Left down towards Paythorne, continue over the bridge and up the hill. Ribble Valley Caravan Park will be found after the pub on the left hand side.

    Beds: 2 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 2
  • Bolton Road, Silsden

    £190,000 Asking Price

    Offered for sale with NO CHAIN is this DECEPTIVELY SPACIOUS, THREE BEDROOM, TWO RECEPTION ROOM through terrace. Located a SHORT WALK TO AMENITIES IN TOWN, the property has a MODERN KITCHEN, a LARGE UTILITY/CELLAR and a top floor attic bedroom with an adjoining hobby/crafts room.

    Accommodation:
    The property opens through to the dining room which has a feature recess in the chimney breast with exposed stone lintel.

    To the rear of the property is the living room which has access down to the large storage cellar that has a stone flagged floor.

    Beyond the living room is the contemporary kitchen which has a range of wall and base units with an integrated fridge, dishwasher, electric oven and gas hob. There is also an external door out to the rear yard.

    On the first floor is a front facing double bedroom with built-in storage and another feature recess in the chimney breast with exposed stone lintel. There is also a single bedroom and a spacious house bathroom with wall-mounted combination boiler.

    On the second floor is the third bedroom, which has a pleasant outlook over rooftops down in to Silsden. There is also a second large room that is currently being used as hobby/crafts room that has side and Velux windows.

    Externally the property has a front garden with artificial grass and a rear yard.

    Silsden:
    With a bustling small town feel about it, Silsden has a great sense of community with numerous independent shops on its high street and a large Co-op for your everyday shopping needs. With two popular primary schools (with plans for a new super school to be built which will combine them), a fantastic park and Town Hall and the Leeds/Liverpool Canal running through it; it’s clear to see why “Cobbydalers” love living in Silsden.

    Beds: 3 Reception Rooms: 2 Baths: 1
  • Rivendale, Ribble Valley

    £187,245 Asking Price

    Set in the idyllic Lancashire countryside just on the outskirts of the Yorkshire Dales, Ribble Valley Country and Leisure Park is perfectly situated to enjoy the beautiful surrounding area. Whether it’s the great outdoors or the picturesque nearby towns, Ribble Valley is the perfect location for a 5* escape.

    Ribble Valley Country and Leisure Park:
    Set in the idyllic Lancashire countryside just on the outskirts of the Yorkshire Dales, the park is perfectly situated to enjoy the beautiful surrounding area. Whether it’s the great outdoors or the picturesque nearby towns, Ribble Valley is the perfect location for a 5* escape.

    Unlike many Holiday Parks, Ribble Valley Country & Leisure Park is a 12-month park which means you can enjoy your holiday home all year round.

    Nature lovers can enjoy the local wildlife, nearby walking trails and cycling routes. The park is pet friendly so all members of the family can enjoy Ribble Valley.

    Combining the finest luxury holiday homes in Lancashire with a scenic and central location; this is a holiday destination that ticks all the boxes and is designed for those looking to escape from the pressures of everyday life and offers peace and tranquillity right on your doorstep.

    Boasting beautiful gardens, with water features and prestige landscaping, the park is designed with you in mind, just relax and unwind with breath-taking views of local Pendle Hill.

    NB:
    Purchases are subject to the completion of a site agreement.
    These homes cannot be classed as your primary residence. Subletting is not permitted.
    Site fees start form £5,395 p/a
    £4,000 of site fee credit is available in 2021
    Insurance: £325 p/a

    Purchase Options All of Ribble Valley holiday homes can be bought outright or on finance. A representative of Park Leisure can discuss purchase options at your request.

    Directions: On approaching Gisburn from the direction of Skipton, turn right at the roundabout and follow the follow the road to Settle for approximately 2 miles where you will see a signs for the Buck Inn and Ribble Valley Caravan Park. Turn Left down towards Paythorne, continue over the bridge and up the hill. Ribble Valley Caravan Park will be found after the pub on the left hand side.

    Beds: 2 Reception Rooms: 2 Baths: 2
  • Starkey Lane, Farnhill

    £185,000 Asking Price

    This superb, double fronted, TWO BEDROOM COTTAGE is a SHORT WALK TO BEAUTIFUL OPEN COUNTRYSIDE and combines some WONDERFUL CHARACTER FEATURES with modern day conveniences. Occupied by HOUSE-PROUD OWNERS, the property would suit those that prefer a quieter lifestyle and also has great potential as a HOLIDAY LET.

    Accommodation:
    The property opens through to the cosy yet spacious living room with ceiling timbers, feature fireplace with log-burning stove and tiled hearth. The wall to the original dining room has been removed which provides a much more open and contemporary space.

    To the rear of the property is the kitchen which has a range of wall and base units with an integrated electric oven, gas hob and plumbing for a washing machine and external door to the rear garden.

    At the base of the stairs there is a useful storage area which houses the combination boiler that was installed in 2021.

    To the first floor are two bedrooms, with the large master bedroom having windows to the front and rear elevations. There is also a stylish, fully tiled shower room with large walk-in shower, wash basin and WC.

    Externally the property has a private, low-maintenance garden to the rear which has a lovely view down the hill and over towards the surrounding countryside.

    Farnhill/Kildwick:
    A pair of quaint villages pleasantly situated on the fringe of open countryside, adjacent to the Leeds/Liverpool Canal. The local Primary School is located in Kildwick and there are amenities in nearby Cross Hills which is a short drive away and cater for your everyday needs.

    Beds: 2 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 1
  • Oakworth Road, Keighley

    £180,000 Asking Price

    This LOVELY FAMILY HOME has a style and taste that is very much on-trend with TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS and a GREAT SIZED SINGLE, which can't be said for most semi-detached homes. The property is a SHORT WALK TO OAKBANK SCHOOL and stands in a commanding position with a CONSERVATORY AND GARDEN TO THE REAR.

    Accommodation:
    The property opens through to an entrance hall with feature portal window and staircase to the first floor with storage under.

    To the front of the property is a cosy, bay-fronted living room with a feature multi-fuel stove inset in to the chimney breast with exposed brickwork and timber mantle.

    Double doors leads through to the dining kitchen which has tiled flooring and a range of wall and base units with space for a Rangemaster cooker. There is a size external door and French doors leading through to the conservatory.

    To the first floor are two double bedrooms, front and rear and a large single bedroom with storage over the bulkhead. Finally there is a stylish and contemporary, fully-tiled shower room with a large walk-in shower.

    Externally the property has steps leading up to the front garden with access down the side to the rear garden which is fully enclosed and has lawn and flagged areas.

    Exley Head/Wheathead Lane:
    A popular residential location situated approximately 1.5 miles from Keighley town centre and a similar distance to open countryside. The area has a number of local amenities including Co-op, local stores and public houses and there are Primary and Secondary Schools located close by.

    Beds: 3 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 1
  • Wheathead Lane, Keighley

    £179,500 Asking Price

    Available for sale with NO CHAIN is this very well-presented and tastefully decorated semi-detached, through-by-light home. Offering spacious TWO DOUBLE BEDROOM accommodation, the property has a contemporary dining kitchen, utility room and a LARGE FRONT GARDEN that provides AMPLE OFF ROAD PARKING.

    Accommodation:
    The property opens through to an entrance porch with the living room beyond.

    The spacious and cosy living room has a feature fireplace with timber surround and access to the first floor.

    To the right of the living room is the contemporary dining kitchen which has a range of wall and base units with a pull-out larder and granite work surfaces incorporating a Belfast sink and drainer. There is an integrated double electric oven and induction hob with an extractor above and an integrated fridge and dishwasher.

    To the back of the property is a large utility room which has plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer and integrated fridge/freezer. There are also a range of wall and base units and a stainless steel sink and drainer.

    On the first floor are two double bedrooms, both of which have a large range of fitted wardrobes and a large house bathroom which a white suite and fitted storage cupboards.

    Externally the property has a low-maintenance front garden with a large tarmac driveway, garden shed and a flagged patio.

    Wheathead Lane:
    A popular residential location situated approximately 1.5 miles from Keighley town centre and a similar distance to open countryside. The area has a number of local amenities including Co-op, local stores and public houses and there are Primary and Secondary Schools located close by.

    Beds: 2 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 1
  • Hawthorne Road, Steeton

    £175,000 Asking Price

    Available for sale with NO CHAIN is this TWO BEDROOM mid-townhouse that is IDEAL FOR FIRST TIME BUYERS and those looking to DOWNSIZE. The property has MODERN FIXTURES AND FITTINGS throughout, an allocated OFF-ROAD PARKING space and good-sized REAR GARDEN.

    Accommodation:
    The property opens through to aN entrance hall with useful storage cupboard, understairs laundry space and WC. The hallway opens directly through to the kitchen which has a range of modern wall and base units with integrated microwave, fridge/freezer, electric oven and gas hob.

    To the rear of the property is the living room which has space for a small dining table and chairs and has Patio doors leading straight out to the rear garden.

    To the first floor is a spacious landing with storage cupboard and access to the loft space.

    There are two double bedrooms, front and rear and a contemporary white house batrhroom.

    Externally the property has a pretty fore-garden with pathway leading to the front door. To the rear is a good-sized, fully enclosed garden which has a large lawn area and a flagged patio.

    Steeton:
    Traditionally one of the smaller villages in the area, Steeton provides the amenities you would come to expect. With a popular Primary School, local store, butchers, greengrocers, public house and now a small Co-op, a huge benefit to the area is the Steeton/Silsden railway station that offers regular services to Leeds, Bradford Skipton and the Yorkshire Dales.

    Beds: 2 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 1