Circa 1809 grade II listed weaver's cottage with three double bedrooms -utterly charming - Stylish spacious rooms oozing period features - with many modern additions - Entrance hall, 18ft lounge, lovely 14ft kitchen-diner - period style bathroom - Delightful enclosed paved areas to three sides. Lovely spot in rodley with great village vibe, transport links, schools, near nature reserve and canal-side walks. EPC - E
Charming Grade II listed 'Weavers' cottage, dating back to 1809, steeped in history, offering a wealth of period features mixed with a stylish finish. This home really does offer spacious rooms that are so well suited to modern day living. The current owners have sympathetically improved their home by revealing many features over the years, whilst adding some modern touches as necessary such as gas central heating, stylish kitchen and bathroom fittings etc. The ground floor provides a tiled entrance hall with spacious lounge off, having an inglenook fire surround, cast iron stove and window seat, the kitchen-diner offer space for all the essential 'mod cons' and a dining area too where you can add a table and chairs for cosy meals or entertaining. Upstairs there is a spacious landing with three double bedrooms leading off, exposed beams and a period style three piece bathroom with shower over the bath. Having patio areas to three sides with a mix of stone paving and cobbles, the gardens are fully enclosed offering the perfect space to unwind and enjoy time with friends and family.
The increasingly sought after village of Rodley is extremely popular with professionals, first time buyers and families alike and is easily accessed from the Ring Road (A6120). The canal, Millennium Trail and Rodley Nature Reserve can be found close by and offer a range of beautiful places where you can walk or enjoy water-side activities. Commuting to the business centres of Leeds & Bradford is easy either by private or public transport. Just a short car ride away is the popular Owlcotes Centre at Pudsey offering an M & S store, Walmart and a train station. Rodley 'village' offers a selection of shops, restaurants, cafes and local pubs. The neighbouring villages of Calverley, Horsforth and Farsley are only a short distance away and offer a comprehensive range of facilities, restaurants, public houses and eateries. A few miles away in Apperley Bridge a new train station has recently opened getting you into Leeds in ten minutes.
From our office at New Road Side, Horsforth (A65) proceed up towards the Horsforth roundabout. Turn left and proceed down the Ring Road to Rodley roundabout. Turn left and continue along for a short distance, pass The Owl public house and Wesley Street can be found on the right hand side. The property can be identified by our 'For Sale' sign. Post Code LS13 1JH.
Oak door leading into...
With attractive, practical ceramic tiled flooring, feature exposed stone wall and exposed beams - sets the scene for what's to follow throughout the house. Staircase to the first floor. Strpped and stained panelled doors leading into...
A fabulous sized reception room with striking presentation/decor theme.Inglenook fire surround with wood burner inset onto a stone hearth, a cosy addition indeeded and perfect for those chilly times. Exposed stonework and beams. The window provides a seat so you can enjoy the outlook over the garden. Useful under-stairs storage cupboard in which you can hide a multitude of bits and pieces.
Fitted with a range of shaker style cabinets and drawers with solid wood work-surfaces. Inset ceramic sink and side drainer with tall chrome mixer tap. Double oven and gas hob, space for a tall fridge/freezer, plumbed for an automatic washing machine. Attractive decor. Open fire with commanding fire surround, such a handsome feature. Exposed brickwork. Travertine marble flooring. Space to add a table and chairs for either formal or casual dining. Stained and leaded windows. Door leading outside to the paved patio area.
Spindle and balustrade staircase from the ground floor hallway leading up to...
A spacious landing with exposed beams. Door leading into the bedrooms etc.
A double bedroom with attractive decor theme. Deep window sill, perfect for display photographs or as a window seat from where you can look through the window and enjoy the garden outlook. Exposed beam. Wrought ironwork.
A second double bedroom with feature exposed beam. Stained glass windows. Again, deep window sill where you could add photos.
Presented in a style which is very much in keeping with this lovely home! Roll top bath with claw feet and chunky mixer tap/, thermostatic shower attachment, fixed shower over and separate shower access. W.C and a pedestal wash hand basin. Brickwork style ceramic tiling and grey patterned tiled flooring to complement the room perfectly. Shaving point. Window aiding natural light and ventilation. Chrome heated towel rail. Useful airing cupboard and separate store.
A double bedroom with so much space to add large period style furniture if desired. Exposed beams, partially exposed rafters. Windows with stained glass and a view over the garden.
At the front of the property there is a delightful cobbled garden, the perfect place to add pots of flowers and a table and chairs, enjoy your own little piece of heaven! This area continues down the side of the house, leading to a stone paved area at the rear which is enclosed by stone walling.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||5.4%||£160,192||3.1||0.9|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£114,375 (4)||£139,070 (58)||£162,783 (116)||£236,837 (19)||£345,000 (5)|
|Flats||£64,250 (4)||£106,846 (27)||£159,995 (1)||-||-|
|All||£142,722 (9)||£128,834 (85)||£162,759 (117)||£236,837 (19)||£345,000 (5)|