This charming three bedroom cottage forms part of a stunning barn conversion in the sought after Yorkshire village of Esholt. Displaying many original features with exposed beams and stripped floorboards, this character property is bursting with style and poses a rare opportunity therefore early viewing is highly advised.
Unique, charming and characterful, 3 Upper Esholt Farm in this idyllic conservation area is a lovely property. This quaint cottage, forming part of a large barn conversion, has been tastefully renovated over the years to a fantastic standard whilst retaining many of the property's original features. An internal inspection is essential to fully appreciate the quality on offer.
Planned over two floors this beautiful home comprises on the ground floor; open plan kitchen dining area featuring kitchen units and worktops in solid pine, Belfast sink, floor to ceiling larder cupboards giving useful additional storage space and W.C. A most attractive reception space at the rear of the property having being fitted with a wood burning stove, there are character beams and spotlights to the ceiling, a stripped wooden floor and attractive double glazed French doors with windows to either side to the rear elevation leading to the rear garden.
To the first floor; An open staircase with glass panel from the kitchen leads up to the first floor landing where you will find loft access to a boarded loft area with drop down ladder, the landing area features the stainless steel flue piping from the wood burning stove situated in the sitting room. Three bedrooms, the master having fitted wardrobes and useful storage cupboard, and a house bathroom complete with a modern white three piece bathroom suite and shower over the bath, a high ceiling with character beams and Velux window to the rear elevation.
Externally to the front of the property there is off-street parking available for two cars, a useful wood store and a paved patio area with established planting around and a delightful area to sit and enjoy the morning sun. To the rear of the property is a charming cottage style garden which has circular paved patio area and steps leading up to a further raised patio area, there are mature planting beds, various seating spaces and a dry stone wall lends character to the garden.
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 the property can be found on the right handside.
|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)|