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  • Barrett Street, Silsden

    £175,000 Asking Price

    Offered for sale with NO CHAIN, this WELL-PRESENTED, THREE BEDROOM through terrace property is IDEAL FOR FIRST TIME BUYERS and has a SURPRISINGLY SPACIOUS REAR GARDEN. With a STYLISH DINING KITCHEN, UTILITY STORE and GROUND FLOOR WC, the property is well-placed for shops and schools.

    Accommodation:
    To the front of the property is a small, low-maintenance fore garden.

    The property opens through to an entrance vestibule with staircase to the first floor. The living room is a great size and has just had a new carpet fitted. To the rear of the property is the large dining kitchen which has a range of wall and base units with an integrated fridge/freezer, double electric oven and hob and a dishwasher. There is also a utility store that is perfect for a washing machine and ground floor WC.

    To the first floor are two double bedrooms, with the front having a lovely ornamental fireplace and the rear having a large range of fitted wardrobes. There is also a good-sized single bedroom and a fully tiled house bathroom.

    To the rear of the property is an enclosed garden with a large lawn area and rendered outhouse with access on to the cobbled street beyond.

    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, local events being held at the Town Hall, a fantastic park and the Leeds/Liverpool Canal running through it; it’s clear to see why “Cobbydalers” love living in Silsden.

    Beds: 3 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 1
  • Thornhill Road, Steeton

    £170,000 Asking Price

    Offered for sale with NO CHAIN is this TWO BEDROOM, semi-detached bungalow. Located a SHORT STROLL TO AIREDALE HOSPITAL, the property has a driveway, carport and garage and FRONT AND REAR GARDENS. It would certainly BENEFIT FROM A PROGRAM OF MODERNISATION but offers comfortable living in the meantime.

    Accommodation:
    To the front of the property is a low-maintenance garden with mature shrubs and bushes with a large flagged area providing off road parking. The parking extends down the side of the property to a carport and a detached single garage.

    Internally the property opens through to a side entrance hall with storage cupboard. There is a large living room which overlooks the front garden, a kitchen with a range of wall and base units with an integrated electric oven and gas hob and space for a small dining table. To the rear of the property there are two bedrooms. The master bedroom has a range of built-in wardrobes and the second bedroom extends through to a rear conservatory extension with French doors out to the garden. There is also a shower room with wash basin and WC inset in to a large vanity unit.

    To the rear of the property is a flagged garden.

    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
  • Fairfax Street, Silsden

    £165,000 Asking Price

    Offered for sale with NO CHAIN is this spacious THREE DOUBLE BEDROOM through terrace property. Located a short walk in to town, the property has a SUPERB DINING KITCHEN which leads out to a SOUTH FACING REAR YARD. The property would make an IDEAL FIRST HOME.

    Accommodation:
    To the property opens through to an entrance vestibule which has a useful understairs storage area. Beyond is a tastefully decorated living room with feature inset gas fireplace. To the rear of the property is the quality fitted kitchen which has a stylish range of high-gloss wall and base units and a pull-out larder with complimentary tiling between and granite work-surfaces. There is also a central island unit and integrated appliances including under-counter fridge and freezer, double electric oven, 6-ring gas hob and a dishwasher and washing machine. The kitchen really is the heart of the home and there is an external door out to the south facing garden.

    To the first floor are two double bedrooms. The one to the front has a pair of built in wardrobes and the rear overlooks the garden. There is also a spacious shower room and staircase from the landing up to the further attic bedroom which has ample eaves storage and Velux window.

    Externally the property has a low-maintenance garden to the front and an enclosed south facing garden to the rear with garden shed.

    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, local events being held at the Town Hall, a fantastic park and the Leeds/Liverpool Canal running through it; it’s clear to see why “Cobbydalers” love living in Silsden.

    Beds: 3 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 1
  • Queen Street, Steeton

    £165,000 Asking Price

    This EXCEPTIONALLY WELL-PRESENTED, THREE BEDROOM terrace property offers SPACIOUS AND CONTEMPORARY LIVING that combines modern day conveniences with some LOVELY PERIOD FEATURES. Pleasantly situated in a backwater location, the property is in EASY ACCESS TO THE TRAIN STATION and village amenities and an internal inspection is sure to impress.

    Accommodation:
    To the front of the property there is an enclosed garden with gated access through to a pathway that provides a right access for properties in the row.

    The property opens through a beautifully decorated living room with feature multi-fuel stove inset in to the chimney breast. Beyond the living room is a well-equipped kitchen which has a range of wall and base units with complimentary tiling between, Belfast sink and plumbing for a washing machine and slim-line dishwasher.

    To the first floor is a large master bedroom with feature ornamental fireplace and a spacious house bathroom.

    To the second floor are two further bedrooms with Velux windows.

    To the rear is a good-sized yard with a stone-built outhouse.


    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
  • East Parade, Steeton

    £152,500 Asking Price

    This well-presented and tastefully decorated terrace offers DECEPTIVELY SPACIOUS accommodation with TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS and the added benefit of a large ATTIC space. Conveniently placed for the TRAIN STATION, the property has a lovely living room with LOG-BURNER and the added advantage of OFF-ROAD PARKING TO THE REAR.

    Accommodation:
    The property opens through to an entrance vestibule with the living room beyond that has a wonderful log-burning stove inset in to a feature fireplace with timber mantel. There is an inner-vestibule to the rear which has access down to a large cellar-head that is used as a handy utility room. To the rear of the property is the dining kitchen with a range of wall and base units with integrated electric oven and gas hob. There is also a full tiled wet-room and an external door to the rear. To the first floor are two double bedrooms and a contemporary house bathroom and a staircase leading to a very useful attic with Velux window. Externally the property has a small fore-garden with a larger, enclosed yard to the rear as well as a flagged patio that is also used to provide off-road parking.

    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.

    Directions:
    From our office travel down Keighley Road to the traffic lights. Take a right on to Skipton Road and continue for approximately 2 miles in to Steeton. At Steeton Top traffic lights take a left down Station Road and then a right onto East Parade and the property will be found on the left hand side.

    Beds: 2 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 1
  • Ryeland Street, Cross Hills

    £150,000 Asking Price

    Offered for sale with NO CHAIN, this DECEPTIVELY SPACIOUS, THREE BEDROOM, TWO RECEPTION ROOM terrace property has RETAINED SOME LOVELY PERIOD FEATURES and is located a short walk from the village amenities. The property WOULD BENEFIT WITH MODERNISATION and this has been reflected in the sale price, but offers COMFORTABLE, FAMILY ACCOMMODATION in the interim and would also be ideal for FIRST TIME BUYERS.

    Accommodation:
    Situated in the middle of a row of similar properties, to the front is a typical walled fore-garden.

    The property opens through to an entrance vestibule with a lovely hallway beyond which has feature plaster work and a traditional archway. The decorate plasterwork is a feature in both reception rooms with the front facing living room also having a gas fire and sliding doors through to the large dining room which has two arched alcoves, a useful keeping cellar and access through to the rear kitchen. The kitchen has a range of wall and base units with plumbing for a washing machine, a gas point for a cooker and an external door out to the garden.

    To the first floor is a large landing which has a large storage cupboard and a glass ceiling panel providing borrowed light from the attic space. There are two spacious double bedrooms, both of which have a range of fitted wardrobes, with the rear bedroom wardrobe housing a boiler. There is also a very good-sized single bedroom and a shower room.

    To the rear of the property is an enclosed yard with an adjoining stone-built outhouse with power and a garden area beyond with flagged and lawn areas.

    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: 3 Reception Rooms: 2 Baths: 1
  • Longbottom Avenue, Silsden

    £145,000 Asking Price

    Having been owned by the same family for many years, this THREE BEDROOM through terrace property has some great kerb appeal and A HUGE AMOUNT OF POTENTIAL. The property may well need a FULL PROGRAM OF MODERNISATION and a re-shuffle of the rooms, but will make a beautiful home for someone and has a GOOD-SIZED GARDEN at the rear and is available for sale with NO CHAIN.

    Accommodation:
    Occupying a slightly elevated position, the property has a low-maintenance garden to the front with a pathway leading up to the front door.

    Internally the property opens through to an entrance vestibule with staircase to the first floor. To the front is a spacious living room with bay window and an open fireplace. At the rear is the dining kitchen which has a range of wall and base units with plumbing for a washing machine and a useful cellar head. The layout of the property is all original and as such the bathroom can be found just off the kitchen.

    On the first floor are two double bedrooms and a spacious single.

    To the rear of the property is a good-sized garden with lawn area and a detached single garage.

    Clearly in need of modernisation the property has original single glazed units and electric heaters.

    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: 0 Baths: 0
  • Sun Street, Eastburn

    £145,000 Asking Price

    Offered for sale with NO CHAIN is this THREE BEDROOM, through terrace property. Located a SHORT WALK TO THE PRIMARY SCHOOL and being ADJACENT TO EASTBURN PARK, the property would be ideal for FIRST TIME BUYERS and those you young families.

    Accommodation:
    Situated towards the top of Sun Street with lovely countryside walks on its doorstep, the property opens through to a tastefully decorated living room with feature fireplace. Beyond the living room is the contemporary dining kitchen which has a range of white-fronted wall and base units with contrasting black work-surfaces, tiling and exposed stonework. From the kitchen is the useful conservatory which has an external door to the rear. Upstairs are two double bedrooms, a third single bedroom and a house bathroom. Externally the property has a flagged yard to the rear with a lovely open outlook over the park.

    Eastburn:
    One of the smaller villages in the area that has grown in the past number of years and now is home to many different property types from period properties to new builds. The village is served by a popular Primary School, a post Office and convenience store, fish and chip shop and public house, The Inn at Eastburn. Airedale Hospital is located between Eastburn and Steeton and there is a larger array of amenities located in nearby Cross Hills.

    Directions:
    On approaching Eastburn from Cross Hills, continue towards the Post Office and Sun Street is on your right hand side. The property will be found towards the top of the road and will be identified by our for sale board.

    Beds: 3 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 1
  • Harewood Avenue, Eastburn

    £145,000 Asking Price

    This THREE BEDROOM mid-townhouse occupies an elevated position in this popular village and is only a SHORT WALK TO EASTBURN PRIMARY SCHOOL. The property is IN NEED OF SOME MODERNISATION and has LARGE FRONT AND REAR GARDENS making it IDEAL FOR FAMILIES AND FIRST TIME BUYERS looking for a property where they can introduce their owns tastes.

    Accommodation:
    To the front of the property is a tiered, low-maintenance garden with steps leading up to the front door. There is shared access to the right of the property to the rear garden.

    The property opens through to an entrance vestibule with staircase to the first floor. The living room has a bay-window which overlooks the south-facing rear garden. The spacious dining kitchen has a range of wall and base units and external door to the gardens.

    To the first floor are two double bedrooms, a good-sized single bedroom and a house bathroom which has a separate shower cubicle.

    The south-facing rear garden has a large lawn area and a large outhouse.

    Eastburn:
    One of the smaller villages in the area that has grown in the past number of years and now is home to many different property types from period properties to new builds. The village is served by a popular Primary School, a post Office and convenience store, fish and chip shop and public house, The Inn at Eastburn. Airedale Hospital is located between Eastburn and Steeton and there is a larger array of amenities located in nearby Cross Hills.

    Beds: 3 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 1
  • The Bungalows, Glusburn

    £140,000 Asking Price

    Occupying an elevated positon with a PLEASANT OUTLOOK is this VERY-WELL PRESENTED TWO DOUBLE BEDROOM mid-terrace property. Ideal for a variety of buyers, the property has a spacious bay-fronted living room, CONTEMPORARY DINING KITCHEN, FRONT GARDEN and OFF ROAD-PARKING TO THE REAR, all nicely tucked away in this sought after village.

    Accommodation:
    The property opens through to a spacious and bright and airy living room with gas fire. Beyond the living room is a lovely dining kitchen with a range of modern wall and base units with integrated fridge/freezer and microwave. There is also space for a range cooker and plumbing for a washing machine. From the dining area are steps leading down to a useful storage cellar and to the rear of the property is the contemporary house bathroom and porch. To the first floor are two double bedrooms with the front facing bedroom having a feature apex window and the rear having a pleasant outlook. Externally the property has a private and low-maintenance garden to the front and to the rear is a hard-standing area providing off road parking and a raised flower bed.

    Glusburn:
    The older part of the Glusburn and Cross Hills parish, Glusburn has a mixture of old and new properties and is on the fringe of open countryside. Glusburn Institute holds many music, comedy and theatre events, regular classes and clubs for the wider communities. There is a popular park in the village and the amenities in Cross Hills are a few minutes’ drive away.

    Directions:
    From our office, travel out of the village towards Glusburn. Continue past the Primary School and Institute and take a right onto Hartley Street which turns into Higher Hartley Street. The property will be found at the top on the left hand side.

    Beds: 2 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 1
  • Sun Street, Cowling

    £135,000 Asking Price

    This EXCEPTIONALLY WELL-PRESENTED, TWO BEDROOM terrace combines some lovely PERIOD FEATURES with CONTEMPORARY FIXTURES AND FITTINGS. Located in this popular village close to amenities and OVER THE ROAD FROM THE PARK, the property would make an IDEAL FIRST HOME with viewings sure to impress.

    Accommodation:
    The property opens through to a spacious living room with feature log-burning stove with flagged hearth and exposed stone lintel. The dining kitchen has a modern range of grey-fronted wall and base units with space for a range cooker and plumbing for a washing machine. There is a useful understairs storage area and an external door to the rear yard. To the first floor is a large master bedroom to the front with built-in wardrobes, a single bedroom with fitted storage and a stylish and contemporary house bathroom. Externally the property has a good-sized flagged rear yard with stone-built outhouse.

    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 you can be on the M65 in a little under 20 minutes.

    Directions:
    Turn left from our office and head out of the village towards Glusburn. Travel through Glusburn, past the Dog & Gun and head up the hill and you will soon enter Cowling. Travel through the village and take a left after Harlequin Bistro onto Sun Street and the property will be found on the left hand side.

    Beds: 2 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 1
  • Willow Avenue, Steeton

    £130,000 Asking Price

    This WELL-PRESENTED, FIRST FLOOR APARTMENT is located on the popular Redrow estate in Steeton. With an open living/kitchen, TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS (one EN-SUITE) and TWO ALLOCATED PARKING SPACES, the property is ideal for FIRST TIME BUYERS or those looking to downsize to a more manageable home.

    Accommodation:
    Access to the apartment is via the communal door, which has a secure entry system. Climb 1 flight of stairs to the first floor to the apartment.

    Inside the property opens through to an entrance hall with a large, front facing living room with storage/boiler cupboard and a well-equipped kitchen with integrated appliances. There are two double bedrooms, with the master bedroom having an en-suite shower room, and a stylish house bathroom.

    Externally the property has two allocated parking spaces directly outside the rear communal entrance.

    NB:
    Tenure: Leasehold
    Term: 125 years from 1 January 2014
    Service charge, ground rent and Buildings Insurance: £725 pa

    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.

    Directions:
    From the main road in Steeton turn down Thornhill Road. Turn right onto the Redrow estate and follow the round past the communal areas on the right and at the very end turn left on to David Emmott Walk and follow the road around the corner and take a right on to Willow Avenue. The apartment is in the second block on the left.

    Beds: 2 Reception Rooms: 1 Baths: 2