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Perfect, perfect, perfect.... The present owner has gone about turning what was a pleasant, two-bedroom property into a truly stunning home. Meticulous planning and detail, choosing only the best of everything, such as contemporary oak doors and oak flooring, modern kitchen and bathrooms, combined with stunning, creative ideas make this a most desirable two bedroom, character home. It is situated just set back from the Main Street, close to charming, leafy parkland, in a quiet, highly respected area of the original village. The property is entered through a timber door where one is immediately struck by the stunning open-plan, luxury living, presented so beautifully. Comprising an open plan living area of perfect proportions, anyone downsizing will not be concerned with the living space on offer. One‘s eyes are immediately drawn to the spacious lounge area with half-glazed, timber French doors with matching side windows opening to the front garden area. Privacy is maintained by colonial style shutters. Oak flooring and a delightful, polished stone fireplace continues the air of elegance. The dining area and kitchen benefit from tiled flooring with underfloor heating where there is ample space for a family dining table. An understairs cupboard and a cellar area (which is accessed through a hatch in the lounge floor) create a good amount of extra storage space. Although contemporary, the kitchen feels totally at one with its surroundings and is ideal for entertaining. Fitted with a substantial range of wooden fronted units there is ample storage space, complemented by a full range of integrated appliances. A staircase from the dining area leads to the first-floor landing with vaulted ceiling having a Velux roof window allowing the natural light to flood in. Upstairs, one finds a truly luxurious master bedroom with en-suite shower room. A further good-sized, double bedroom and a beautiful bathroom with a contemporary three-piece suite complete the accommodation. Outside to the rear, accessed from the kitchen, is an absolute suntrap of a patio area, ideal for relaxing with a morning espresso.
To the front is a low maintenance, gravelled area perfect for catching the afternoon and evening sun.
This property has been meticulously appointed and is absolutely stunning throughout. An early viewing appointment is highly recommended.

Burley in Wharfedale

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, post office, 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, with direct connections to London Kings Cross or back into Ilkley in 5 minutes, is also available from the village station. There are many delightful walks to be had through the surrounding countryside and the famous Ilkley Moors and the Yorkshire Dales National Park are only a short drive away.

Ground Floor

Open-Plan Living

Lounge Area
5.00m x 3.70m (16‘ 5" x 12‘ 2")

A solid timber door with two glazed upper panels opens into a spacious, open plan living area. The lounge area has solid oak floor and large, timber French doors with matching side panels opening onto the front patio garden. A feature stone fireplace with inset fire immediately catches the eye as one is delighted by the wonderful proportions on offer. A window to the side elevation allows the afternoon and evening light to flood in.

Dining Area
5.60m x 2.70m (18‘ 4" x 8‘ 10")

A spacious dining area with window to the side elevation is ideal for entertaining friends, with tiled flooring with underfloor heating and ample room for a large dining table. A door gives access to a useful, under stairs storage cupboard.

Kitchen Area
5.90m x 2.80m (19‘ 4" x 9‘ 2")

The fully fitted kitchen boasts a useful range of wall and base units with granite effect, laminate worksurfaces over. Integrated appliances include a Hotpoint stainless-steel oven with five burner gas hob and stainless-steel and glass chimney hood and tiling to splashback. Integrated, tall fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine and further stainless-steel, ‘drawer‘ fridge. A stainless-steel sink with chrome mixer tap overlooks the church and park. Downlighting and pelmet level lighting. A door gives access to a most charming, south facing patio area - ideal for a coffee on a sunny morning. A cupboard houses the Valliant boiler. Under floor heating.

Cellar
3.90m x 1.90m (12‘ 10" x 6‘ 3")
A useful dry cellar area is accessed through a hatch in the lounge floor, with a flight of stairs down.

First Floor

Landing
Stairs lead to the first-floor landing with Velux window affording natural light. Charming, exposed beams.

House Bathroom
The house bathroom with travertine style tiling comprises a large, walk-in shower with sliding glazed door, thermostatic shower with adjustable shower head, pedestal wash basin with chrome monobloc tap and low-level w/c. Chrome, ladder radiator, insert mirror and downlighting.

Bedroom Two
4.40m x 2.80m (14‘ 5" x 9‘ 2")
A spacious, double bedroom with vaulted ceiling and a dormer window to the side elevation overlooking Grange Park. Faux wardrobe fronts disguise a most useful, walk-in wardrobe with ample space for all your clothes.


Master Bedroom
5.50m x 3.80m (18‘ 1" x 12‘ 6")
A delightful master bedroom of grand proportions with exposed beams and vaulted ceiling. An exposed, painted stone wall is a lovely feature. A window to the front elevation overlooks the main street and a further window to the side elevation enhances the bright atmosphere. This is a truly spacious room - a haven of calm and tranquillity. Carpeted flooring. A door opens into:

En-Suite Bathroom
A delightful master bedroom of grand proportions with exposed beams and vaulted ceiling. An exposed, painted stone wall is a lovely feature. A window to the front elevation overlooks the main street and a further window to the side elevation enhances the bright atmosphere. This is a truly spacious room - a haven of calm and tranquillity. Carpeted flooring. A door opens into:

Outside

Garden
The property could not be better placed in the heart of the village close to its many amenities having a gravelled patio area to the front and a further area - ideal to catch the morning sun opening onto Johnstone Yard. The low maintenance gardens make this a perfect ‘lock up and leave‘ property and a wonderful ‘bolt hole‘ in such a well-regarded, village location.

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Date Listing Posted: 27/10/2020
Updated: 05/01/2021
Days on : 70

2 Bedroom Village House For Sale

91a, Main Street, LS29

£425,000

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126 Bolling Road, Ben Rhydding,, Ilkley
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Nearby Stations
Ben Rhydding Station - 0.50 miles Ilkley Station - 0.77 miles Burley-in-Wharfedale Station - 2.24 miles Menston Station - 3.39 miles
Nearby Schools
Moorfield School - 0.25 miles Ben Rhydding Primary School - 0.36 miles Ilkley Grammar School - 0.40 miles The Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School - 0.55 miles
Estimated running costs:
Mortgage £1,525
Energy £130
Water £50
Broadband £30
Home insurance £13
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