An immaculate detached family home featuring stunning side extension with large roof lantern and feature stove. Boasting three good sized bedrooms, dressing room, impressive open plan kitchen diner, living room and snug. Driveway, garage and attractive gardens. Situated within a quiet and secluded residential location.
We are delighted to offer to the market this immaculately presented detached family home boasting a stunning open plan kitchen diner and large side extension creating an impressive reception room with roof lantern, bi-folding doors to the garden, and feature gas stove. The property is in our opinion very well-presented and includes high quality fixtures and fittings together with gas fired heating and uPVC double glazing.
Briefly comprising on the ground floor; entrance hall, snug, W.C., open plan kitchen diner through to the living room. On the first floor, three good sized bedrooms, the master having a dressing room, and a house bathroom. The property originally had four bedrooms, therefore could be reconfigured back utilising the dressing room.
Externally, the front garden has a paved seating terrace leading to a raised composite deck with timber pergola; a fantastic place for outdoor entertaining. There is an artificial lawn providing a low maintenance green space, along with a selection of well established hedges and timber fencing at the boundary. The rear is mostly paved with steps leading to a tarmac drive way providing off-road parking for two vehicles, along with a detached single garage with electric roller door.
Baildon is a popular village which offers a wide variety of amenities including shops, restaurants and recreational facilities including a golf course, rugby, cricket and football grounds. Baildon has a rural location with moorland countryside close by as well as allowing daily commuting by rail to Leeds and Bradford. Motorway and air networks are also within easy reach. The area is also close to the World Heritage site of Saltaire and to the green corridor of the Leeds Liverpool Canal with its scenic walks and national cycle path.
From the roundabout in Baildon village centre proceed down Browgate. At Threshfield crossroads turn left into Station Road. After around half a mile turn left into Foxstone Rise then left again into Fairfield Drive. Ignore the first sign for Fairfield Court and continue up the drive another 50 yards where you will see another sign for Fairfield Court, where No. 1 is the first house and can be identified by our for sale board.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||3.7%||£221,242||2.5||1|
|Block of flats||0.6%||£235,000||0||0|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£85,000 (1)||£211,154 (21)||£302,666 (56)||£431,605 (28)||£590,000 (9)|
|Flats||£97,666 (9)||£121,219 (27)||£219,983 (3)||-||-|
|All||£96,400 (10)||£160,565 (48)||£298,462 (59)||£431,605 (28)||£590,000 (9)|