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3 Bedroom Semi-Detached

The Croft, Stirton, Skipton

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A well appointed and presented link-detached (by the two garages) chalet style property constructed of Yorkshire stone under a pitched slate roof. Benefiting from UPVC double glazing and oil fired central heating, this modernised and upgraded property sits in delightful and substantial gardens in the sought after hamlet of Stirton.Backing onto open fields and with parking for up to three vehicles, and with the added advantage of planning permission to extend the single storey former garage into a master bedroom with en-suite or two double bedrooms. Superbly located, being just a mile or so into Skipton and on the cusp of The Yorkshire Dales National Park. The current owners have spent a good deal of time and expense on upgrading the property to include a spacious dining-kitchen converting the garage into a large utility and hobby room and updating the general finishes, flooring and internal fixtures and fittings. The principal reception rooms having great views over the gardens, and the living room features a wood burning stove. Currently 2/3 bedrooms but with scope to create 4. https://archive.yorkshiredales.org.uk/living-and-working/planning/planning-applications/application-details?appNo=C%2F65%2F635&dotAppNo=C%2E65%2E635&appAddress=3+The+Croft%2C+Stirton+Lane%2C+Stirton GROUND FLOORApproached from the spacious entrance lobby which provides for a home study area, into a spacious reception hall with return staircase leading up to the first floor, and having Karndean style flooring and attractive wall coverings. The upgraded dining-kitchen features a range of shaker-style base and wall units finished in soft cream, with drawers, cupboards and display cabinets and with oak-effect worktops over, and having with matching upstands. A four ring electric hob with extractor over and 2 side-by-side ovens provide baking and cooking facilities. A one and a half bowl composite sink sits below a panoramic double glazed window with some delightful long distance views over into the countryside. A further UPVC double glazed window gives light to the dining area of this good sized room and with full height door giving access to a useful walk-in pantry. Finished with Khandean stone-effect flooring and with recessed lighting. The utility room was the former garage and now benefits from a range of fitted base and wall units with marble effect worktops with composite sink, providing excellent utility and hobby space, and with doors to either end opening onto the front and rear gardens. There is a cloakroom with WC and washbasin to the rear. The sitting room features almost full width double glazed windows with a large sliding double glazed door to the middle offering delightful views across the superbly maintained and well stocked gardens. There is ample space for a couple of sofas and chairs centred around the feature fireplace, which incorporates a wood burning stove, and with cupboards and shelving to either side of the chimney breast..The dining room / bedroom 3 has UPVC French doors giving attractive views and access onto the sun terrace and gardens, and has laminate oak-effect flooring. There is ample space as a king sized bedroom or for an eight person dining suite. A good sized shower room features a quadrant shower enclosure with a pair of sliding doors encompassing a thermostatic shower unit, dual flush WC, washbasin, a range of fitted cupboards for linen / storage, and with partially panelled walls, feature wallpaper. two UPVC double glazed windows with obscure glass, and with full tiling to the shower area. FIRST FLOOROff from the landing a WC with hidden system dual flush toilet and washbasin being half tiled with Velux window giving fine long distance views. Bedroom one is currently set up as a twin bedroom with panoramic UPVC double glazed window giving some superb long distance views taking in the whole of the garden and the countryside beyond, and with fitted cupboards and wardrobe. Bedroom two is a further double bedroom again with fitted cupboards and wardrobes, a walk-in-cupboard and with a large UPVC double glazed window looking out onto the side garden.OUTSIDETo the front of the property approached down a private drive there is parking for three vehicles, and a delightful enclosed cottage style garden leading to side gardens and passing a large timber shed and greenhouse, opening out into a generous sized stone flagged south west facing sun terrace. The rear gardens are substantial, very private and well stocked, and it is obvious that the current owners take great pride and get much enjoyment out of them. The gardens are laid out into three areas with a large stone flagged sun terrace leading onto a substantial circular lawn with well stocked borders, and then continuing through to a second lawned area incorporating a substantial summer house/studio with windows to three sides and having electric supply. Passing through a gate and garden sheds to an attractive ‘secret garden‘ with a pedestrian bridge over a stream providing a tranquil area to observe the wildlife.FOOTNOTECurrently a two double bedroomed property with substantial ground floor accommodation, the dining room could be used as a third bedroom and there is planning for a fourth over the utility room / former garage, so in effect, with not too much expense this could be a four bedroomed link-detached property. There is also plenty of space to add a sunroof / orangery at the rear. https://archive.yorkshiredales.org.uk/living-and-working/planning/planning-applications/application-details?appNo=C%2F65%2F635&dotAppNo=C%2E65%2E635&appAddress=3+The+Croft%2C+Stirton+Lane%2C+Stirton
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Floor Area: 243m²

Price/m²: £1,790

Added: 11 September 2019

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4 Bedroom Semi-Detached

Westville House, Eshton Road, Gargrave

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A superbly presented family size home set in the heart of the much sought after village of Gargarve. Constructed between 1926-1928 for local architect Mr Rodwell, this spacious family home offers 1700 square feet of living accommodation. Having been upgraded over the years, yet retaining many of the original features to include tall ceilings with ornate cornice and fret-work, stained glass windows, a superb return staircase and original doors. Westville House is a semi-detached property set under a pitched slate roof and with delightful gardens to the front and rear. Ample off street parking for 3 or 4 vehicles along with a detached single garage, and a raised sun terrace at the rear of the property. The gardens offer a wealth of mature trees and shrubs and been laid mainly to lawn, ideal for entertaining and relaxing. To the bottom end of the rear gardens there is a vegetable plot area, and a timber garden shed. GARGRAVEThe Village of Gargrave is on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park in North Yorkshire. The River Aire runs through the middle of the village and with three attractive greens running alongside, makes an idyllic place for picnics, paddling, fishing and dog walking. The Leeds Liverpool Canal also runs through the village providing boating, fishing and walking (on the level) throughout the year. A well regarded Primary school, St Andrews Church, Village Hall and Library are all close by. Local amenities include a Post Office, CO-OP supermarket, three public houses, fish and chip shop, Asian restaurant and a caf?. There is a bus service into Skipton and a train station with services to Leeds & Bradford with connections to all UK‘s train stations. The famous Yorkshire Three Peaks are approximately a thirty minute drive away and the Lake District is just over an hour?s drive. Also in the catchment for Skipton Girls High & Ermysteds Grammar School.The property boasts two splendid reception rooms with period style fireplaces and offering ample space for sitting and dining. The more recently refurbished kitchen is finished in a shaker style with soft cream colours and granite worktops. Off from the kitchen there is a spacious utility room which could be opened into the kitchen to make a large kitchen- diner, which in turn leads onto the raised rear sun terrace, and gardens. A modern cloakroom can be found just off the hallway. The impressive reception hall is approached from the side of the property under a large stone storm porch, and provides space for a home office, featuring the original return staircase with a stained glass window at the half landing. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms and with the larger master bedroom enjoying some long distance views. The house bathroom offers a period style suite with full size bath, separate shower enclosure, wash basin and bidet. Between the bathroom and the main bedroom there is a one-person sauna. A further return staircase leads up to the attic room on the second floor, where you will find the 4th double bedroom with a Velux window for natural light. Outside:- there is an access driveway (initially to Westville and 2 bungalows) leading to a private drive / parking area and single garage. The property has good sized and well maintained gardens to the front and rear. A beautiful home which has been in the same ownership for many years and is now waiting for a new family to make it their home. All mains services are connected.
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Added: 14 July 2018

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2 Bedroom Terraced

River Place, Gargrave, Skipton

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An increasingly rare opportunity to purchase a period cottage in the sort after village of Gargrave. River Place runs alongside one of the three village greens and being on the level to the Co-Op supermarket, public houses, restaurant and cafe‘s and just a ten minute stroll up to the train station. The property now requires a comprehensive refurbishment to include wiring, central heating, kitchen, bathroom, carpets and decorations. In our opinion the asking price reflects the condition and allows a substantial sum for the refurbishment. The property comprises in brief :- An entrance hall with stone flagged floors and enclosed staircase rising to the first floor. The living room features a Georgian style bay window and with fitted display cupboards and cupboards to one side of the dressed stone fire place incorporating a coal effect gas fire. The dining-kitchen also features a stone flagged floor along with a multi fuel stove set into a recessed fire place. A recessed alcove under the stairs would provide an ideal pantry, and a rear entrance lobby opens onto the back yards via a UPVC double glazed door. Natural light from a double glazed window and with exposed roof beams. To the first floor, a landing with return balustrade and borrowed light from a glazed drop down loft hatch, central heating radiator and open storage cupboard. The bathroom includes a timber panelled full sized bath, vanity basin set below a double glazed window with pleasant views onto the river , WC with timber seat and a range of fitted cupboards incorporating the properties gas fired central heating boiler. Also having recessed lighting and timber panelled ceiling. Both bedrooms are set at the front and are similar in proportions but with bedroom1 being slightly larger and with built in cupboards proving good storage. Both bedrooms have central heating and double glazed windows with a pleasant outlook at the front. Outside there is on street parking to the front of the property and to the rear, a small store area incorporates the properties solid fuel storage bunker. There is no garden / outside space to this property, however all three village greens and the river banks are very close by, providing delightful picnic areas, stepping stones and fantastic views. The Village of Gargrave is on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park in North Yorkshire. The river Aire runs through the middle of the village and with three attractive greens running alongside, makes an idyllic place for picnics, paddling, fishing and dog walking. The Leeds Liverpool Canal also runs through the village providing boating, fishing and walking (on the level) throughout the year. A well regarded Primary school, St Andrews Church, Village Hall and Library are all close by. Local amenities include a Post Office, CO-OP supermarket, three public houses, fish and chip restaurant, Asian restaurant and two Cafe‘s. There is a bus service into Skipton and a train station with services to Leeds & Bradford with connections to all UK‘s train stations. The famous Yorkshire Three Peaks are approximately a thirty minute drive away and the Lake District is just over an hour?s drive.
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Added: 28 February 2019

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3 Bedroom Semi-Detached

The Old Saddlery, High Street, Gargrave

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As below: THE OLD SADDLERYA delightful 3 bedroomed period property laid out in a long house style and featuring original beams, superb ‘Shuttleworth‘ Yorkshire Range with working fire, bespoke dining kitchen, open plan living-dining room, walk in pantry, house bathroom and attractive stone flagged and walled, raised sun terrace. Rrenovated in 2001 by a local builder for his own use including rewiring, heating, bespoke kitchen byTim Bentley Interiors, lighting and creating an attractive stone flagged sun terrace. Dating back to the early 1700‘s, the property offers immense charm and surprisingly spacious accommodation with parking close by. The current owner has installed UPVC double glazing throughout along with three new UPVC double glazed stable style doors and a more recently installed boiler. The property benefits from double glazing, gas central heating, mains electric, gas and water. GARGRAVEThe Village of Gargrave is on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park in North Yorkshire. The river Aire runs through the middle of the village and with three attractive greens running alongside, makes an idyllic place for picnics, paddling, fishing and dog walking. The Leeds Liverpool canal also runs through the village providing boating, fishing and walking (on the level) throughout the year. A well regarded Primary school, St Andrews Church, Village Hall and Library are all close by. Local amenities include a CO-OP, three Public Houses, Restaurant and Cafe‘s. There is a bus service into Skipton and a train station with services to Leeds & Bradford with connections to all the UK‘s train stations., London Bradford, Carlisle . The famous Yorkshire Three Peaks are approximately a 30 minute drive away and the Lake District is just over an hour?s drive.DINING KITCHEN Featuring a range of hand finished bespoke base and wall units in a cottage style including drawers, cupboards, integrated fridge, freezer and slimline dishwasher along with an under-mounted Belfast sink; set below granite work tops. Cooking facilities include a Stoves fan oven with a five ring gas hob and extractor fan above. Cornice to the wall units, open fronted plate rack and illuminated display shelves along with under pelmet lighting complete these quality units. A good sized dining kitchen with ample space for a four seater dining table and featuring a ‘Shuttleworth‘ Yorkshire range with exposed stone head over. Double glazed window with seat below for natural light, exposed roof beams and further exposed timber heads over the door ways. An attractive room with quality oak effect laminate flooring and two UPVC stables doors, one leading to the rear sun entrance and one onto the High Street. With double panel heating radiator, TV point and timber panel door leading to the pantry. PANTRY/ UTILITYA large under stairs cupboard providing space for a washing machine and tumble dryer and with shelved storage. Also housing the properties gas fired combination boiler. With laminate flooring running through from the kitchen, recessed lighting and an air vent to the outside wall. LIVING/DINING ROOM A through living-dining room with 2 large UPVC double glazed windows to the front elevation with window seats below. Further light and access through a UPVC stable door to the dining end. With attractive timber panelling with hardwood shelving over incorporating a radiator cover to the lounge area and with further radiator to the dining area. Further features include a recessed book shelf and display area, exposed oak heads over the windows and doors and oak beams to the ceiling. With three picture lights, TV point and ample space to the dining end for a six seat dining suite and for a couple of settees in the living area. LANDING With a straight flight of stairs with return balustrade from the rear entrance lobby and kitchen.Deep display shelf to one wall, exposed roof beam and doors leading off to the bedrooms and house bathroom. BEDROOM 1A attractive double bedroom featuring roof purlins and beams, being open to the ridge and with natural light from a UPVC window to the front of the property and a further smaller window to the gable end. Featuring a period cast iron fireplace with walnut surround and sat on a tiled hearth with timber fender. Double panel heating radiator, two wall light points and ample space for a double bed and associated furniture. With doorway leading off to bedroom 3/ study. BEDROOM 3/ STUDY Approached through bedroom one and with two UPVC double glazed windows one to the front with wide timber sill below and one to the gable end. With a range of fitted bespoke cupboards and book shelves and currently set up a s a home office/study. Space for a single bed or study equipment including desks and chairs and with central heating radiator, exposed roof timbers and a wall light point. BEDROOM 2A further double bedroom with UPVC double glazed window to the front of the property and with deep timber sill below. Further natural light from a velux window. With built in timber panelled cupboards and further storage over the stairs. Again featuring exposed roof timbers including purlins and ridge beam, double panel heating radiator and with space for a double bed and associated furniture. SHOWER ROOMHaving just been completely re-fitted in a contemporary style and including a large walk in shower area with thermostatic shower valve with drench and hand held heads and with UPVC double glazed window for ventilation and natural light. Contemporary style vanity unit incorporating a hand basin with mixer lever tap and dual-flush hidden cistern w/c. Fully tiled throughout and with contrasting tiling to the floor. Chrome ladder style heated towel rail, recessed lighting and exposed oak beam. OUTSIDE To the rear of the property and more or less south facing, an attractive stone flagged garden sun terrace with dry stone walling and providing al fresco dining and barbecue areas. Plenty of space for pots and plants to make this an attractive courtyard garden..
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Added: 18 June 2019

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4 Bedroom Semi-Detached

Raikeswood Drive, Skipton

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Located in the ever popular Raikeswood area of Skipton, this extended 1930s home provides substantial sized, family orientated accommodation. Set in a slightly elevated position and backing onto woods, and with some fantastic long distance views down the Aire Valley, Raikeswood Drive is approximately half a mile from the town centre and close to open countryside for dog walking and outdoor activities. The property is predominantly double glazed with gas central heating, and features two reception rooms, a breakfast-kitchen with dining-conservatory off, four double bedrooms, one being an en suite, an entrance vestibule, reception hall, utility room and cloakroom. Having ample parking at the front, a substantial single garage and to the rear, ample sized gardens with decked areas for alfresco dining and relaxing, and enjoying some pleasant views onto the woods and down the Aire Valley. Skipton has some of the best schools in the country and the bustling high street with an array of shops and restaurants and having excellent transport links to London, Leeds and Manchester. GROUND FLOORAn entrance vestibule with tiled floor provides a boot room and leads into the reception hall with oak flooring and panelled staircase. The sitting room features a Victorian style living flame coal effect fire with timber surround and tiled hearth, cornice to the ceiling and provides ample space for a couple of sofas and furniture, and having a semi-circular bow window with stained and leaded top lights, providing some pleasant long distance views across Skipton onto the moors. A spacious living room is set to the rear of the property and with a panoramic return window offering a pleasant outlook onto the gardens and woods beyond. Featuring a period style fireplace with cast iron and tiled interior encompassing a coal effect gas fire sat on a tiled hearth. With fitted shelves to one side of the chimney breast and extended at the rear, this room has ample space for a couple of sofas and chairs and to the rear, a dining suite. Having oak flooring and cornice to the ceiling. The breakfast-kitchen features a comprehensive range of units finished in a light oak style with traditional handles to the cupboards and drawers, and with some glass fronted display units, wine rack, and having granite effect worktops over. A peninsula breakfast bar area provides seating for two people and there is a Rangemaster cooker with matching canopy hood, and space for a dishwasher and fridge freezer. Attractive views onto the woods and moors beyond from a return double glazed window with twin bowl sink below. A full height door gives access to a walk-in pantry cupboard under the stairs, and a further door leads down into the utility room. GROUND FLOOR CONTINUEDThe utility room and WC are at a lower level to the kitchen and includes space for washing machines and tumble driers, built in units and sink and having a door and window into the rear garden decked area. A cloakroom has a WC and washbasin. The dining-conservatory is approached from the kitchen and has double glazed units to all elevations offering some tremendous views down the Aire Valley and onto woodland, and also accesses onto the Alfresco dining areas from a pair of double glazed French doors. Providing ample space for an eight person dining suite, and a room that is used daily for family meals. FIRST FLOORThe spacious landing is typical of this period and offers ample space for access to the bedrooms as well as a drop down loft hatch giving access to the roof space, providing good storage, and with a separate WC off. The master bedroom is set to the rear of the property with attractive views onto the allotments and woods below, and with feature exposed timber floor, ample space for a double bed, and having a full height door giving access to a walk-in wardrobe. The en suite shower room has an enclosure with thermostatic shower, period pedestal washbasin, WC and timber panelled walls. Bedroom two is set at the front of the property with terrific views across town onto the moors, and again with ample space for a double bed and furniture, also having a range of fitted wardrobes with cupboards above. Bedroom three is of similar proportions to bedroom two with fitted wardrobes and cupboards, and ample space for a double bed and side units and with a pleasant outlook onto the woods. Bedroom four is a single bedroom with views onto the woods at the rear, and bedroom five / home-office is a small single bedroom or perfect home office/study area with double glazed window to the front of the property. The house bathroom featuring a large contemporary style bath with lever taps, thermostatic shower over, washbasin and being fully tiled. A double glazed window looks onto the woods and there is a built-in linen cupboard.OUTSIDETo the front of the property a tarmacadam driveway provides access to the garage and firther parking for a couple of vehicles, and with further on street parking immediately adjacent. To the rear of the property there are two split level raised decked areas provide fantastic barbecue and alfresco dining areas, and a flagged area for sheds and further relaxing space. Steps lead down to a lawned area with raised beds, a timber shed and with all the rear garden space having a pleasant outlook onto allotments and woodland, as well as long distance views down the Aire valley. A large single garage has ample storage for outdoor gear and also houses the property‘s Worcester combination boiler. A dual access timber door provides vehicular access and pedestrian access, and a further door at the rear leads directly into the gardens. SKIPTONThe historic market town of Skipton (in Craven) is known as the ‘Gateway to the Dales‘ and provides extensive recreational facilities with stunning open countryside nearby. On the cusp of the Yorkshire Dales National Park with excellent walking, climbing and fishing including the famous Yorkshire 3 Peaks. Craven has its fair share of gourmet pubs, restaurants and excellent sporting facilities including a state of the art swimming pool and gym. Leeds and Manchester are within comfortable daily commuting distance and direct trains to London?s Kings Cross as well as Leeds, Bradford and the Settle to Carlisle line, run regularly. Skipton offers a wide range of shopping with High Street brands including Marks & Spencer?s Food as well as a diverse range of private retailers and regular markets. Another central attraction is the Leeds Liverpool Canal which provides fishing, boat hire and sightseeing trips as well as walks on the level. Skipton Castle is one of the best preserved in the UK. There are very well respected primary and secondary schools within the town including Skipton Girls High & Ermysteds Grammar. Skipton was voted by The Sunday Times as the best place to live in Britain, in particular for its low crime rates, top-class schools and great transport links. In addition to been voted Best Street Market and Best place to Retire, in 2017 the Office of National Statistics revealed that Skipton is officially the happiest place to live in the UK.
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Added: 29 September 2019

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4 Bedroom Semi-Detached

Riversway, Gargrave

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A superbly extended, improved and updated 1950s semi-detached property set in one of the most popular locations in Gargrave, on a quiet cul-de-sac, and with superb and generous sized gardens leading down to the River Aire. Having been in the same family for over 50 years, the current occupiers have just completed an extensive programme of renovation and extensions to now provide a very impressive open plan living-dining-kitchen taking full advantage of the stunning outlook down the gardens towards the river. Also very much an ECO home, with the benefit of solar panels generating electricity and hot water, 14 zone under-floor heating across both floors, making the EPC for this property a very high 85 Band B.Set in large mature gardens with regular visits from wildlife including kingfishers. The property benefits from parking for three vehicles to the front and with further on street parking. Currently boasting four bedrooms including a double with bathroom on the ground floor ( ideal for a dependant relative) and with the option to create a fifth bedroom over the utility room. Further rooms include, a snug, second kitchen/utility room and to the first floor; three bedrooms, a house bathroom and a useful loft space. GROUND FLOORApproached off the tarmacadam driveway into an entrance porch with tiled floor and double glazed windows, leading into the reception hall with stairs rising to the first floor landing, and having oak laminate flooring. The snug is located at the front of the house looking out onto Riversway through a square bay window, and offers space for a couple of sofas and furniture. A superb and spacious living-dining-kitchen incorporating a double atrium style extension takes full advantage of a fantastic outlook down the gardens towards the River Aire.This contemporary living space features full width high quality sliding doors opening onto a Yorkshire stone flagged sun terrace and the gardens A striking space and no doubt the hub of the home and being designed into 3 key areas:- A newly installed contemporary kitchen includes an excellent range of built-in units finished in high gloss wood effect style, and incorporating an eye level oven and multi-function microwave/grill, with warming drawer. A large bespoke central island with further storage includes large pan drawers, and a breakfast area for up to six people. A bespoke tall larder units also provide a housing for a double doored fridge/freezer. Deep worktops incorporate a sink and a five ring induction hob with extractor canopy over, and an integrated dishwasher is also included. To the living room end there is ample space for a wrap around sofa centred around a recessed television area, and with a delightful outlook through the full-width sliding doors. Particularly worth mentioning is the atrium roof with recessed lighting to the perimeter, and a further smaller atrium roof over the dining area, which has ample space for a ten person dining suite. There is an abundance of recessed lighting throughout this space, and underfloor heating as with the whole of the ground floor.GROUND FLOOR CONT‘DOff from the living-dining-kitchen, an inner hall leads to a modern contemporary shower room and a double bedroom with doors opening into the dining/living area, this area of the house would lend itself perfectly to an independent relative or perhaps Air B&B.A kitchen-utility room features a range of fitted base and wall units finished in white high gloss, and includes a fan oven, four ring hob with extractor over, a stainless steel sink, and with space for further fridges, washing machine and tumble dryer. Having a fully tiled floor and a UPVC door opening out onto the driveway. FIRST FLOORWith return balustrade to the landing, and loft hatch with drop down ladder giving access to a loft room with Velux window, and is currently used as an office space. Bedroom 1 is a double bedroom with fitted wardrobes having mirror fronted doors, and with good amounts of natural light from a rectangular bay window. Bedroom 2 set to the rear of the property again with a range of fitted mirror fronted wardrobes and a large double glazed window looking out onto the gardens and the River Aire. Bedroom 3 is an ample sized single bedroom with double glazed window to the front. The house bathroom has been refurbished in a modern-contemporary style with high quality mermaid boarding to the floor and walls, and incorporating a large walk in shower enclosure with thermostatic shower unit, hidden cistern dual flush WC, and a half pedestal wash basin set below a fitted mirror. With good natural light from a double glazed window, and with recessed lighting and ladder style heating radiator. OUTSIDETo the front of the property there is a newly laid tarmacadam driveway offering parking for three vehicles, and further off-street parking. To the rear as the pictures show, a spectacular stone flagged sun terrace with the flagging sourced from a quarry in Haworth; attracting the westerly sun the spectacular gardens run all the way down to the river Aire. Laid mainly to lawn but with well stocked borders including specimen shrubs and trees, and including two substantial garden sheds and a good quality greenhouse. We are informed by the owners that there is an abundance of wildlife towards the bottom end of the garden including kingfishers, ducks, ducklings and the occasional swan, and that the sun terrace and alfresco dining areas catch the afternoon and evening sun beautifully. GARGRAVEThe Village of Gargrave is on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park in North Yorkshire. The River Aire runs through the middle of the village and with three attractive greens running alongside, makes an idyllic place for picnics, paddling, fishing and dog walking. The Leeds Liverpool Canal also runs through the village providing boating, fishing and walking (on the level) throughout the year. A well regarded Primary school, St Andrews Church, Village Hall and Library are all close by. Local amenities include a Post Office, CO-OP supermarket, three public houses, fish and chip shop, Asian restaurant and a caf?. There is a bus service into Skipton and a train station with services to Leeds & Bradford with connections to all UK‘s train stations. The famous Yorkshire Three Peaks are approximately a thirty minute drive away and the Lake District is just over an hour?s drive. Also in the catchment for Skipton Girls High & Ermysteds Grammar School
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Added: 02 December 2019

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3 Bedroom Semi-Detached

Brackenley Avenue, Embsay

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A well presented 1930‘s refurbished semi-detached home including a full re-wire, kitchen and decorations, pleasantly located on the level at the head of a select cul-de-sac, in a well respected residential area within the very popular village of Embsay.The property comprises in brief:- Entrance Hall entered through a UPVC double glazed entrance door up a short flight of steps from the main driveway. Central heating radiator. Staircase leading to the first floor with spindles and balustrade. Under stairs storage cupboard. Living Room Featuring a new double glazed bow window with pleasant views down Brackenley Avenue and with some views onto the moors. Double heating radiator. Attractive Gas fired stove with granite hearth and Oak mantle. TV point. Ample space for a couple of sofas and furniture. Side Entrance Hall With UPVC, double glazed side entrance door. Laminate stone-slate effect flooring. Central heating radiator. Doors off to the kitchen, cloakroom and entrance hall. Cloakroom With dual flush WC and wall mounted wash basin. Combination boiler. Double glazed window to the gable. Laminate stone-slate effect flooring. Ladder style heating radiator finished in chrome. Fitted vanity mirror with tiled surround. Breakfast-Kitchen A modern kitchen with space for dining. Featuring a range of fitted base and wall units with wood effect laminate worktops and striking bonded tiling above. Under-pelmet and kick-space lighting. Single bowl stainless steel sink. Laminate stone-slate effect flooring. 5 ring gas hob and a fan oven and grill. Integrated fridge / freezer and dishwasher. Double glazed window with a pleasant outlook of the rear garden. Double central heating radiator. Breakfast bar table seating 5. Utility / Pantry Double glazed window to the rear elevation. Space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine and dryer. Shelving providing storage. Landing A spacious landing with a return balustrade and built-in cupboards. Double glazed window to the gable. Loft trap with drop down ladder accessing the insulated and boarded loft space providing a large and very useful storage area. Bedroom One A good sized double bedroom. New double glazed bow window with pleasant views onto the moors. Coving to the ceiling. Heating radiator. Range of wardrobes included. Bedroom Two A further good sized double bedroom with a double glazed window with views of Embsay crag. Heating radiator. Fitted shelving. Picture rail. Bedroom Three A double glazed window with long distance views of the moors with central heating radiator underneath. Picture rail. Bathroom A period style bathroom with panelled bath having thermostatic shower over, full pedestal basin, matching WC. Double glazed window. Tiling to the bath/shower area and timber panelling to the remainder. Central heating radiator. Built-in cupboards. Outside To the front of the house there is a private and level driveway providing off road parking for up to three vehicles. To the side of the house is a shared driveway providing further parking and giving access to the garage. Garage A single garage with remote control up and over door. Having power outlets and lighting. Rear Garden A functional rear garden laid to lawn with flagged patio area providing a pleasant and private place to sit. Outside tap.
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Added: 31 October 2019

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2 Bedroom End of Terrace

Rock View Terrace, Embsay, Skipton

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A cosy Victorian end terrace situated in an elevated position with pleasant long distance views to both the front and rear. Offering two double bedrooms, living room, dining-kitchen, small cellar, rear entrance lobby and a house bathroom. Retaining many period features and offering charm and easily maintained living accommodation with gas fired central heating and double glazing. An entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor, leads firstly to the cosy living room with period style tiled open fireplace and with dual aspect double glazed windows providing attractive views and plenty of natural light. The dining-kitchen is of good proportions and features a range of shaker style fitted base units with oak worktops incorporating a Belfast sink, four ring gas hob with extractor hood, and fan oven. Featuring an exposed stone recessed fireplace (currently not in use) with stone hearth and original glazed and leaded display cupboards and fitted shelves to each side. Having space for further units if required and room for a six person dining suite. A large double glazed window offers a pleasant outlook. The rear entrance lobby features the original stone flagged floor, a door and window onto the rear yard and provides space for storing outdoor gear and coats. A further door leads down to the keeping cellar. On the landing there is a double glazed window providing long distance views and with access to two double bedrooms and house bathroom. Bedroom one has some delightful long distance views, a small walk in cupboard providing storage, and there is ample space for a double bed and free standing or fitted units. Room two is a further double bedroom with dual aspect windows, again with pleasant long distance views and a cast iron period fireplace (not in use). The generous sized bathroom features an enamelled bath with shower screen and thermostatic shower, pedestal washbasin and WC. A double glazed window gives ventilation and fine views towards Embsay Crag. To the front of the property there is an enclosed front garden area with well stocked beds, and a flagged terrace featuring original cast iron railings providing a pleasant place to sit and watch the world go by. At the rear there is a concreted yard area with ample space for a greenhouse and shed, and leading to a substantial adjoining outbuilding/utility room with electricity supply, central heating radiator, shelving, plumbing for a washing machine and drier and also houses the property‘s gas fired central heating boiler. Plenty of space in here for bikes and outdoor gear. A cracking cottage with a unique layout and features, set in the heart of the desirable village of Embsay and in the catchment area for the superb high schools in Skipton which is a five minute drive or a twenty minute walk away. Embsay has a newsagent/village shop two public houses an excellent primary school and cricket and football teams and is in The Yorkshire Dales National Park.
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Added: 16 June 2019

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5 Bedroom Terraced

Rockwood House, Main Street, Embsay

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A fine example of a Victorian town house, being double fronted and having a good size south facing garden, double garage and off street parking. Located in the centre of the village and on the level for the nearest public house, primary school and village hall. Originally built as a rectory and featuring all you would expect from a property of this era. The rooms are spacious, square shaped and boast tall ceilings, ornate coving, good amounts of natural light and a fabulous feature staircase. At the front there are super views towards Embsay Crag, and a village car park provides further parking when necessary. The property has been run as a highly regarded and successful Bed and Breakfast business for many years and is ‘oven-ready‘ either as a large family home, or to continue alongside the B& B business. GROUND FLOORApproaching from the double fronted and attractive garden areas via a stone flagged path up to the front door with storm canopy over, into an impressive reception hall with oak staircase rising to the first floor. The rear hall gives access to the shower/cloak room with dual flush WC, washbasin and a recessed shower area (not currently in use). Stairs lead off the rear hall to the lower ground floor rooms. The sitting room has views onto the countryside from a splay-bay mullioned window providing an attractive feature to this light and generous sized sitting room. With ample space for a couple of sofas and chairs, tall ceilings, ceiling rose, cornice and a Minster style fire surround encompassing a coal effect living flame gas fire. The breakfast-kitchen is of good proportions and square with an extensive range of units finished in light oak effect and with granite effect worktops over, including a breakfast bar area. Having some glass fronted display cabinets, built-in wine rack and integrated appliances include a Bosch oven and microwave/grill, four ring electric hob with canopy hood, and a dishwasher, Good amounts of natural light comes from a large double glazed window overlooking the south facing garden. A large dining room offers ample space for a ten person dining suite and furniture, and with an attractive oak fire surround encompassing an electric coal effect fire with tiled inset and hearth, and with display shelving to one side. French doors open onto the stone flagged sun terrace and Al fresco dining areas making this a perfect link from the kitchen to the dining room and into the garden. The final room on the ground floor is a twin bedded guest room with a pleasant outlook across the front gardens onto the countryside, and having built-in cupboards and an en suite shower room. LOWER GROUND FLOORHaving being tanked and damp-proofed, currently used as a home office with great potential as a gaming or cinema room, and housing the property‘s gas fired boiler. A utility area has space for a washing machine and tumble dryer, stainless steel sink and storage areas. FIRST FLOOROnto the landing from the impressive original oak balustrade staircase and with a sliding sash window to both the front and the rear providing good natural light. A further flight of stairs rises to the second floor. There is master bedroom and house bathroom to the rear elevation currently used by the owners and with ample space in the bedroom for a super king-sized bed and featuring a range of high quality full height wardrobes and cupboards. This room has two sliding sash windows with an attractive outlook over the gardens. On the opposite side of the landing there is the house bathroom with corner bath having shower attachment, WC, vanity wash basin, built in cupboards, and a large sliding sash window. There are two further bedrooms on this floor, one being a double with en suite shower room and superb long distance views of Embsay Fell, and a triple bedroom again with fantastic views of the Fell and with built-in cupboards and with an en suite bathroom with built in cupboards.SECOND FLOORThere is a Velux window at the head of the stairs to the final bedroom which is a further double with some restrictive head height, and Velux windows for natural light. A shower room has a WC, wash basin and shower enclosure. A half height door leads to a passageway to the rear of the shower room and into a study / workshop space, or excellent storage. There is further useful eaves storage.OUTSIDEAt the front of the property a fore garden has iron railings, small lawns and well stocked borders, and a stone flagged path leads to the front door. To the rear and being south facing a large stone flagged sun terrace provides Al fresco dining and sun bathing areas, and leads to a level lawn with well stocked borders. A tarmacadam drive winds round from Main Street to double gates, parking and to the double garage which has up and over doors and lighting. 2 good sized outhouses provide useful space for garden equipment and dry storage.
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Added: 27 July 2019

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4 Bedroom Semi-Detached

Moor Crescent, Skipton

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A superbly presented semi-detached property of generous proportions, having a two storey side extension. Boasting modern UPVC double glazing, gas central heating and with off street parking, gardens to the front and rear, and fantastic views across Skipton and onto the moors. On entering the property into a reception hall with stairs rising to the first floor, a further timber and glazed door opens into a spacious living room with feature bay window, and having space for a couple of sofas and living room furniture and with a contemporary inset gas fire. Attractively finished in pastel colours and with timber and glazed door leading into the living kitchen. The living-kitchen has fantastic views across town and onto the moors. To the kitchen area, a range of shaker-style light oak effect units and having quality worktops incorporating a single bowl sink set below a double glazed window with those lovely views. Appliances include a Bosch fan oven, Belling four ring electric hob and there is recessed space for a large fridge-freezer, with cupboards over. Off from the kitchen and being open-plan, there is a dining area with space for an eight person dining suite, adjacent to a large double glazed window with spectacular views across town onto the moors, Off from the dining area, a full height door gives access to a pantry/storage cupboard. A further open-plan snug / living space has UPVC double glazed doors, again providing spectacular views, and opening onto the decked al-fresco dining area. There is a cloakroom with WC and washbasin, and a utility room with space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer, and having fitted shelving and worktops. To the first floor, Bedroom 1 is set at the front of the property and is of good proportions having ample space for a double bed and furniture, and with a view onto Skipton Moors. An en-suite shower room has a WC, pedestal basin and shower enclosure incorporating a thermostatic shower unit. Bedroom 2 is set to the rear of the property and is a further double with spectacular views and built in cupboards. Bedrooms 3 and 4 are similar in size, both being are generous sized single bedrooms or perhaps a smaller double, both have great views of the moors from UPVC double glazed windows. The house bathroom features a full size bath with Mira Sport independent shower unit over, full pedestal basin, WC and having half tiling and a double glazed window. Outside, and to the front of the property there is a low maintenance pebbled garden area with well stocked borders, and a parking space for one vehicle and further on street parking. At the rear of the property there is a modern UPVC raised decked area for dining and sunbathing, having UPVC railings and with flagged steps onto a two tiered garden laid mainly to lawn and decorative pebbles at the first level, and with further steps to a well stocked garden area with further pebbling, timber shed and well maintained hedging to the rear boundary. The views from the garden are just as spectacular as from the house. SKIPTONThe historic market town of Skipton (in Craven) is known as the ‘Gateway to the Dales‘ and provides extensive recreational facilities with stunning open countryside nearby. On the cusp of the Yorkshire Dales National Park with excellent walking, climbing and fishing including the famous Yorkshire 3 Peaks. Craven has its fair share of gourmet pubs, restaurants and excellent sporting facilities including a state of the art swimming pool and gym. Leeds and Manchester are within comfortable daily commuting distance and direct trains to London?s Kings Cross as well as Leeds, Bradford and the Settle to Carlisle line, run regularly. Skipton offers a wide range of shopping with High Street brands including Marks & Spencer?s Food as well as a diverse range of private retailers and regular markets. Another central attraction is the Leeds Liverpool Canal which provides fishing, boat hire and sightseeing trips as well as walks on the level. Skipton Castle is one of the best preserved in the UK. There are very well respected primary and secondary schools within the town including Skipton Girls High & Ermysteds Grammar. Skipton was voted by The Sunday Times as the best place to live in Britain, in particular for its low crime rates, top-class schools and great transport links. In addition to been voted Best Street Market and Best place to Retire, in 2017 the Office of National Statistics revealed that Skipton is officially the happiest place to live in the UK.
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Added: 09 October 2019

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Skimpton Property Market Insights

PropertyHeads has 32 properties for Sale in Skimpton, and a further 3 properties for Rent in Skimpton

This can be broken down as follows, 4 detached houses for sale in Skimpton, 10 semi detached houses for sale in Skimpton, 6 terraced houses for sale in Skimpton, and 2 bungalows for sale in Skimpton

The average property sold price in Skimpton is £334,021

Nearest Stations to Skimpton

Gargrave Station is 2.32 miles from Skimpton

Skipton Station is 2.64 miles from Skimpton

Cononley Station is 5.48 miles from Skimpton

Hellifield Station is 7.14 miles from Skimpton

Nearest Schools to Skimpton

Craven College is 2.10 miles from Skimpton

The Skipton Academy is 2.20 miles from Skimpton

Skipton Girls' High School is 2.29 miles from Skimpton

Gargrave Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School is 2.36 miles from Skimpton

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