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  • Holmroyd Avenue, Cross Hills

    £195,000 Asking Price

    Located over the road from SOUTH CRAVEN SCHOOL, this VERY WELL-PRESENTED and tastefully decorated property offers TWO DOUBLE BEDROOM accommodation with a CONTEMPORARY DINING KITCHEN and a good-sized REAR GARDEN WITH DETACHED GARAGE. Of interest to a variety of buyers, early viewings are recommended.

    Accommodation:
    The property opens through to an entrance vestibule with staircase to the first floor.

    To the front of the property is a spacious living room with feature wall-mounted electric fireplace with large stone mantel.

    To the rear is a contemporary dining kitchen which has a range of high-gloss fronted wall and base units with integrated appliances, plumbing for a washing machine, ample space for a family dining table and a useful pantry off to the side. There is also a rear external door out to the garden.

    To the first floor are two double bedrooms, with the large front facing bedroom having a range of mirror-fronted wardrobes and storage over the bulk-head. Subject to necessary consents it would be possible to split this front bedroom to provide a third single, as have others in the row.

    To the rear is a second double bedroom and a stylish and spacious shower room with a large walk-in shower, wash basin, WC and storage cupboard.

    Externally the property has a walled and fenced garden to the front that has been designed with low-maintenance in mind. To the rear is a good-sized garden that enjoys plenty of the afternoon sun and has a large flagged patio with canopy above, flower beds and a detached single garage with light and power.

    Sutton-in-Craven:
    Sutton is a pretty village with a combination of traditional terraces, newer residential estates and splendid individual properties, all with a fantastic park at the heart of its community. There are a few shops located on the main street with larger shopping facilities available in the neighbouring village of Cross Hills.

    Beds: 2 Reception Rooms: 1 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
  • Wheathead Lane, Keighley

    £185,000 Asking Price

    Available for sale with NO CHAIN is this very well-presented and tastefully decorated semi-detached 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: 0 Baths: 0
  • Sutton Court, Sutton-In-Craven

    £185,000 Asking Price

    Offered for sale with NO CHAIN is this well-cared for TWO DOUBLE BEDROOM, FIRST FLOOR apartment. Strictly for the OVER 55's, the property offers STYLISH LIVING with a communal lounge, DESIGNATED PARKING, GUEST FACILITIES and is positioned in a LOVELY LOCATION with a pleasant outlook to the front.

    Accommodation:
    The property opens through to a communal lobby/reception area with lift access to the rear. The apartment, located on the first floor, has an entrance hall with a cupboard housing the hot water cylinder. The open plan living/kitchen is approximately 30' in length and has a well-equipped kitchen with integrated appliances and large breakfast bar. The living area has a lovely large window that has a lovely outlook towards the countryside. There are two double bedrooms, both enjoying the view, with the second bedroom having a large range of fitted wardrobes. There is also a large, four-piece white bathroom. Externally the apartment comes with a designated parking space and there are well-tended communal gardens and visitor parking.

    NB:
    The property is leasehold.
    The length of the lease is 125 years from 2006
    There is a monthly service charge of £190
    The service charge covers:
    Gas, electricity, Water, Buildings insurance, Grounds maintenance, Window cleaning, Communal cleaning, Building maintenance and repairs

    Sutton-in-Craven:
    Sutton is a pretty village with a combination of traditional terraces, newer residential estates and splendid individual properties, all with a fantastic park at the heart of its community. There are a few shops located on the main street with larger shopping facilities available in the neighbouring village of Cross Hills.

    Directions:
    From our office turn left down Holme Lane, past South Craven School and head towards Sutton. Travel past the park and take a left onto Main Street. Travel through the village and take a left on to Corn Mill Walk. Sutton Court will be found directly in front.

    Beds: 2 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 1
  • Overburn Road, Sutton-In-Craven

    £185,000 Asking Price

    Pleasantly situated a SHORT WALK AWAY FROM SUTTON CLOUGH, this TWO BEDROOM cottage provides SPACIOUS ACCOMMODATION which combines WONDERFUL PERIOD FEATURES with modern day conveniences. The property has the added benefit or a LARGE LOFT ROOM and has a small flagged area to the front for sitting out and is ideal for people looking to downsize or those needing space to work from home.

    Accommodation:
    This very well-presented and tastefully decorated property opens through to a spacious and cosy living room with oak flooring, exposed ceiling beams, bay-window, feature multi-fuel stove and an open staircase to the first floor.

    Beyond the living room is the contemporary dining kitchen which has a range of cream wall and base units with complimentary tiling between and granite effect worktops. There is an integrated electric oven, gas hob, dishwasher and washing machine, space for a fridge freezer and a rear external door.

    To the first floor are two bedrooms, with the front double being a great size and having a range of fitted wardrobes and a pleasant outlook. The rear bedroom has space for a double bed and there is a white house bathroom.

    From the landing is a staircase leading to the loft which has exposed ceiling timbers and stone work and two large Velux windows.

    To the front of the property is an enclosed flagged yard that is perfect for sitting out.

    Sutton-in-Craven:
    Sutton is a pretty village with a combination of traditional terraces, newer residential estates and splendid individual properties, all with a fantastic park at the heart of its community. There are a few shops located on the main street with larger shopping facilities available in the neighbouring village of Cross Hills.

    Beds: 2 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 1
  • Stone Grove, Steeton

    £175,000 Asking Price

    An ideal home for FIRST TIME BUYERS AND YOUNG FAMILIES, this THREE BEDROOM property is located OPPOSITE STEETON PARK and is a SHORT WALK TO THE PRIMARY SCHOOL and train station. The property has good-sized FRONT AND REAR GARDENS, with the front garden enjoying a southerly aspect. Early viewings are recommended.

    Accommodation:
    The property opens through to an entrance vestibule with staircase to the right floor.

    To the right is the living room which has windows to two aspects and a living-flame gas fire on a marble hearth and surround.

    The dining room is located to the left of the entrance and has a range of wall and base units with plumbing for a washing machine and gas point for a cooker. There is also a useful understairs storage area.

    To the first floor is a large master bedroom with a range of wardrobes, a small second double bedroom with storage cupboard and a single third bedroom. There is a white house bathroom and a further storage cupboard on the landing.

    Externally the property has a south-facing front garden with mature plants and bushes, a lawn area and a flagged patio. To the rear is a low-maintenance garden with garden shed and outhouse containing the boiler.

    Steeton:
    Traditionally one of the smaller villages in the area, Steeton provides the amenities you would come to expect. With a popular Primary School, doctors, local store, public house and 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: 3 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 1
  • Main Street, Sutton-In-Craven

    £170,000 Asking Price

    This WELL-PRESENTED, TWO BEDROOM (PLUS ATTIC SPACE), TWO RECEPTION ROOM terrace property is located a SHORT WALK TO SCHOOLS AND THE PARK and offers deceptively spacious accommodation that would be IDEAL FOR YOUNG FAMILIES AND FIRST TIME BUYERS. The property has the added benefit of a CELLAR AND A LARGE STORAGE ROOM ON THE FIRST FLOOR.

    Accommodation:
    The property opens through to an entrance hall with oak flooring and staircase to the first floor.

    The flooring continues through to the living room which has some lovely features and a multi-fuel stove.

    To the rear of the property is a large dining room with access to the cellar and beyond is the kitchen which has a range of wall and base units with laminate work-surfaces incorporating a Belfast Sink. There is also plumbing for a washing machine and an external door to the rear yard.

    To the first floor there is a double and single bedroom to the front, a large house bathroom to the rear and a useful storage room that is between the double bedroom and bathroom. From the landing there is also a space-saver staircase to the attic which has a Velux window and under-eaves storage.

    Externally the property has a rear flagged yard with an outhouse. Beyond the yard there is a garage with parking in front. The current owners pay a quarterly sum of £70 to the owner of the garages for its use.

    NB: There is no building regulations approval for the attic space.

    Sutton-in-Craven:
    Sutton is a pretty village with a combination of traditional terraces, newer residential estates and splendid individual properties, all with a fantastic park at the heart of its community. There are a few shops located on the main street with larger shopping facilities available in the neighbouring village of Cross Hills.

    Beds: 3 Reception Rooms: 2 Baths: 1
  • Howbeck Avenue, Riddlesden

    £165,000 Asking Price

    Occupying a slightly elevated position on a small cul-de-sac is this well-presented and spacious, THREE BEDROOM, TWO RECEPTION ROOM semi-detached FAMILY HOME. With off road parking, carport and a private rear garden that has steps leading DIRECTLY ON TO THE LEEDS/LIVERPOOL CANAL and is available for sale with NO CHAIN.

    Accommodation:
    The property opens through to an entrance hall with a useful ground floor WC.

    To the right of the hallway is the bay-fronted living room with living flame gas fire. To the rear is the dining room which has patio door out to the garden. The kitchen has a range of wall and base units with complimentary tiling between and laminate work surfaces incorporating a stainless steel sink and drainer, gas point for a cooker and plumbing for a washing machine.

    To the first floor are two double bedrooms, both of which have lovely outlooks with the front having views up towards St Ives Estate and the rear overlooking the garden towards the canal. There is also a single bedroom and a shower room.

    Externally the property has a rockery garden to the front with plans and shrubs and a raised flagged patio that enjoys the sunshine. There is also an area for parking.

    To the rear is a shared driveway which leads to a carport. The rear garden is a great size and has an array of plants and shrubs, an artificial grassed area and a private raised flagged area which has direct access to the Leeds/Liverpool Canal.

    Riddlesden:
    Enjoying a southerly facing aspect, Riddlesden has a vast array of property types with some wonderful detached residences, typical three bedrooms semi-detached properties and traditional rows of terraces, all within a short drive to the amenities in Keighley and open countryside. Located within the village are a Primary School, Co-op, Post office and public houses.

    Beds: 3 Reception Rooms: 2 Baths: 1
  • Providence Crescent, Oakworth

    £160,000 Asking Price

    Occupying a slightly elevated position, this TWO BEDROOM semi-detached property is RIPE FOR RENOVATION and has a LARGE REAR GARDEN, DRIVEWAY and GARAGE. Of interest to a variety of buyers, the property is a SHORT WALK TO OAKWORTH PRIMARY SCHOOL, VILLAGE AMENITIES AND PARK. The property is available for sale with NO CHAIN.

    Accommodation:
    The property opens through to the entrance hall with staircase to the first floor.

    Off the hallway is a spacious living room which has a dining area to the rear that overlooks the garden.

    There is a good size kitchen with a range of wall and base units with gas point for a cooker, plumbing for a washing machine. There is a serving hatch through to the dining area and an external door out to the rear garden.

    To the first floor at two spacious double bedrooms, with the front bedroom in particular being a generous size and having fitted wardrobes and a pleasant outlook over the rooftops. The rear double bedroom overlooks the large garden and there is finally a house bathroom which comprises of bath with electric shower over, a wash basin and a WC.

    Externally the property has a driveway to the front which leads to an integral garage. There is a pathway and steps to the side of the property which leads to the main entrance with the path continuing to the garden. The large rear garden has a lower flagged patio area with steps up to a lawn area and a further mature garden beyond which has an array of plants trees and shrubs.

    NB: Heating is provided by a gas fire and gas wall heaters.

    Oakworth
    A popular village with some excellent amenities, Oakworth has a lovely park at its centre and a very popular primary school. Nestled amongst some wonderful countryside, yet a short drive from the larger shopping facilities in Keighley, Oakworth remains a very popular choice for families.

    Beds: 2 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 1
  • Elmsley Street, Steeton

    £159,950 Asking Price

    Ideal for FIRST TIME BUYERS and YOUNG FAMILIES, this THREE DOUBLE BEDROOM through terrace property has recently been re-decorated throughout and is centrally located in Steeton, only a SHORT WALK TO THE PRIMARY SCHOOL AND TRAIN STATION. With accommodation over three floors, the property has a large living room, a well-equipped dining kitchen and a large, contemporary house bathroom and enjoys a PRIVATE YARD TO THE REAR.

    Accommodation:
    The property opens through to the spacious living room, which has recently been re-decorated and has a gas fire. The rear dining kitchen has a large range of wall and base units with complementary tiling between, tiled flooring, an integrated electric oven and hob and space for a dining table.

    To the first floor are a large front double bedroom and a spacious, recently installed house bathroom.

    To the second floor are two further double bedrooms. The rear has a Velux window and the front has a dormer window with useful storage.

    Externally the property has a walled yard to the front and a larger, private yard to the rear with flagged patio and decked areas.

    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: 3 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 1
  • Barrows Lane, Steeton

    £156,500 Asking Price

    This VERY WELL-PRESENTED, double fronted cottage combines WONDERFUL PERIOD FEATURES with QUALITY FIXTURES AND FITTINGS. Situated in the older part of Steeton, the THREE BEDROOM home is a short walk to village amenities including doctors, hospital and train station. With a MODERN KITCHEN and CONTEMPORARY BATHROOM, viewings are highly recommended to appreciate this charming period home.

    Accommodation:
    The property opens through to a large living room with feature exposed stone chimney breast, plinths, exposed ceiling timbers and window seats. The room is large enough to accommodate sofas and a dining table and there is an open staircase to the first floor and doorway through to the kitchen.

    The modern kitchen has a range of wall and base units with integrated double oven, gas hob and washer/dryer. The floor is tiled with under-floor heating and there is an external door to the rear.

    To the first floor is a lovely landing with a feature archway display and rear external window overlooking the nearby green.

    The master bedroom is a superb size and has enough space for a double wardrobe. There is also a small storage cupboard and window seat.

    The two further bedrooms are comfortable single rooms and both have feature windows seats with the rear bedroom currently being used as a home office. Finally there is a stylish house bathroom.

    Externally there is an open yard to the rear with access through to Chapel Road.

    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: 3 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 1
  • Elm Road, Sutton-In-Craven

    £150,000 Asking Price

    Situated in a PLEASANT CENTRAL LOCATION in the village, this TWO BEDROOM cottage offers COMFORTABLE LIVING with a STYLISH SHOWER ROOM, USEFUL SNUG and a LOVELY REAR GARDEN. Tucked away off Ash Grove, the property had a new central heating boiler installed in January 2021 and has a lovely, COSY LIVING ROOM which has a feature fireplace with GAS STOVE. Of interest to a variety of buyers, the property is available for sale with NO CHAIN.

    Accommodation:
    The property opens through to an entrance vestibule with access to the first floor.

    The cosy living room has a superb stone fireplace with feature gas stove and flagged hearth, a useful storage cupboard and window seat.

    To the rear of the property is the galley kitchen which makes excellent use of the available space, with an integrated 5 ring gas hob, electric oven and microwave. There is also plumbing for a washing machine and space for a fridge/freezer.

    Beyond the kitchen is a small snug area that is currently used as a dining room, with external access out to the rear garden.

    To the first floor there is a double bedroom to the front with a built-in cupboard housing the combination boiler and a large fitted wardrobe. To the rear of the property is a single bedroom overlooking the garden and a contemporary shower-room.

    Externally there is a good-sized cottage garden to the rear.

    Sutton-in-Craven:
    Sutton is a pretty village with a combination of traditional terraces, newer residential estates and splendid individual properties, all with a fantastic park at the heart of its community. There are a few shops located on the main street with larger shopping facilities available in the neighbouring village of Cross Hills.

    Beds: 2 Reception Rooms: 2 Baths: 1