No onward chain - A truly remarkable conversion of two formally separate cottages which have been meticulously renovated to an impeccable standard. Every detail has been considered and the end result is a unique characterful Grade II Listed property of substantial quality in an idyllic village setting. This is a very rare opportunity for the discerning buyer and early viewing is strongly advised.
Individual, charming and characterful, Staircase Cottage in the idyllic conservation area of Esholt is a spectacular property. This Grade II Listed cottage, formally two separate dwellings, has been tastefully renovated over recent years to an exceptional standard whilst retaining many of the property's original features. With attractive stone work throughout, mullioned windows, restored exposed beams and high ceilings an internal inspection is essential to fully appreciate..
The property has undergone extensive refurbishments at considerable cost both inside and out, to provide a character home with high quality fixtures and fittings throughout. Planned over two floors with split levels this beautiful home comprises; open plan kitchen dining area featuring solid oak units with a mixture of solid oak and granite worktops, Rangemaster Elan gas cooker, large island and a wonderful feature fire place with a Dovre wood burning stove. There is also underfloor heating and access to the rear gardens. The living room is accessed via several stone steps leading to a most inviting room with feature open fire place, exposed beams and a solid oak staircase leading to the first floor. There is also a useful tanked storage cellar accessed under the stairs.
The first floor comprises; double bedroom featuring an en suite shower and W.C., a most impressive house bathroom with large mullioned window and freestanding roll top bath sitting below, and the larger of the two double bedrooms with walk in wardrobe and stunning views from three different sides of the cottage.
Externally the property has a delightful landscaped garden mostly paved in Yorkshire Stone, which was reclaimed from the kitchen during the renovations. There are well stocked raised borders, an attractive decked area with seating and many well-kept trees and hedges to make for a welcoming yet private place to enjoy on an evening. Another rare feature of this property is the integral garage and separate off-road gated driveway.
The property is delightfully situated within the beautiful village of Esholt. The village is close to open countryside and walks, yet within easy access of Guiseley, Baildon and Shipley. Esholt village is a much sought after location which has a public house nearby. The location is also with commuting distance of many West Yorkshire business centres including Leeds and Bradford city centres.
From the roundabout in the centre of Baildon proceed down Browgate, at Threshfield crossroads turn left into Station Road, continue along Station Road until you meet the junction with Otley Road (A6038) turn left onto Otley Road, continue up Otley Road which then becomes Hollins Hill, go through the traffic lights and turn immediate right onto Station Road, follow Station Road round onto Chapel Lane where Church Lane is the first turning on the left.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||6.5%||£238,182||2.6||0.7|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£102,491 (6)||£202,067 (21)||£268,317 (36)||£347,114 (33)||£431,596 (25)|
|Flats||£78,312 (16)||£124,814 (23)||£265,000 (2)||-||-|
|All||£84,906 (22)||£161,685 (44)||£268,142 (38)||£347,114 (33)||£422,112 (26)|