A charming period stone property with an impressive designer style interior. Oozing character, with its handsome inglenook fireplace, exposed beams and stone mullioned windows. In the heart of Calverley village, only a short walk away from Victoria park, excellent schools & amenities. This truly stunning family home boasts three bedrooms, spacious lounge, stunning, recently re-fitted dining-kitchen, cellar storage and a bathroom. Rear courtyard. Communal green to the front, the neighbourhood takes great pride in this space, ensuring a beautiful, friendly place where children can play and adults can also enjoy. EPC -
A stunning example of a classic period stone terraced house in the heart of Calverley Village, only a short stroll away from Victoria park, highly regarded schools and good local amenities/commuter links. The vendors have tastefully up-dated the interior, which now boasts a stunning, recently re-fitted dining kitchen, with comprehensive sleek gloss cabinetry that complements the beautiful exposed beams. The lounge has a trendy feel, yet oozes character with its handsome Inglenook fireplace, exposed beams and stone mullioned windows with bespoke shutters. Upstairs are three good sized bedrooms and a smart family bathroom. Decor throughout is tasteful ensuring the whole of property is most appealing. There is a useful cellar, currently providing useful storage space. Outside there is a courtyard style garden area whilst to the front, is a beautiful open communal green and we understand that the neighbourhood takes great pride in this space, ensuring a friendly place where children can play and adults can also enjoy. Call Hardisty and Co today to secure your viewing slot!
Calverley Village enjoys a thriving village atmosphere. Situated between Leeds and Bradford, with excellent access links into the City Centres making commuting straightforward. The A658 and A657 both provide major links to the motorway networks and for those wishing to travel further afield, Leeds-Bradford Airport is a short drive away. A train station at Apperley Bridge gets you into Leeds in ten minutes. Just along the A657 is a shopping complex where a Sainsbury's supermarket and other major retail outlets can be found. The popular Owlcotes Centre at Pudsey offers Marks & Spencers & Asda Superstores, with New Pudsey train station adjacent. The Village has two primary schools, Calverley Church Primary School, and Calverley Parkside School, a park, Village pubs and good local amenities are on hand, in addition there are also two golf courses nearby. Only a short car ride away are the neighbouring 'villages' of Horsforth, Guiseley, Rawdon and Farsley where a further selection of shops, pubs, restaurants and eateries can be found.
Sat nav post code LS28 5PD.
With decorative tiled floor. Staircase to the first floor. Door into...
Spacious and characterful with exposed beams and Inglenook style fireplace with log burner set atop a stone hearth. The window has shutters. French doors.
Fitted with a range of white, high gloss finish wall, base and drawer units with complementary work-surfaces, large pantry and cupboard housing the boiler. Traditional beams and inset ceiling spotlights. Integrated oven and induction hob, four ring gas hob, integrated microwave, washing machine and space for a fridge/freezer. Laminate flooring, stone mullioned windows with shutters. A really lovely room, perfect for entertaining, just add a dining table and chairs.
Steps leading down to...
A good sized cellar, ideal for storage.
Solid oak spindle and balustrade staircase to the first floor landing.
With feature exposed beams, inset ceiling spotlights. Useful storage cupboard. Access hatch into the loft. Door into...
Located to the front of the house with stone mullioned window fitted with shutters. Neutral decor helping to make the room bright.
Another good sized double bedroom with pleasant decor theme. Feature curved wall. Single glazed window.
A good sized third bedroom located at the front of the house. Window with shutter. Pleasant decor.
Larger than many we see! With traditional timber flooring. Bath with thermostatic shower fitted over and a glazed shower screen, low flush WC and a pedestal wash hand basin with twin taps. Ceramic splash-back tiling. Recessed ceiling spotlights.
There is a communal garden at the front which is owned by the Church.
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|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||4.8%||£228,494||2.7||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£154,375 (4)||£174,531 (41)||£235,003 (69)||£395,056 (46)||£510,272 (18)|
|Flats||£91,064 (7)||£129,886 (14)||£355,000 (1)||-||-|
|All||£114,086 (11)||£163,167 (55)||£236,600 (72)||£395,056 (46)||£510,272 (18)|