One of the most desirable streets in saltaire. Available for sale is this grade II listed 1860s house, built in the Titus Salt era. The house has been very well maintained and improved by the current owners and has a perfect character/ contemporary balance, with many original features retained.
Saltaire Village is near Bradford in West Yorkshire, England. It is named after Sir Titus Salt who built a textile mill (Salts Mill) and the Saltaire village on the River Aire. Designed by architects, Lockwood and Mawson, Salts Mill was opened on Sir Titus Salt's 50th birthday, 20 September 1853 and in December 2001, Saltaire was designated a World Heritage Site by unesco. Properties within the village are very desirable, not only for their beauty, but also because location wise they are second to none; close by to a plethora of local shops, restaurants and businesses and fantastic travel links via road and the Saltaire village train station. The village is bustling with community feel and this oozes out of every street in the many social activities engaged in annually such as the Saltaire Beer Festival, The Saltaire Arts Trail and the Saltaire Living Advent Calendar.
Ground Floor Entrance
Entrance to the property is granted via the grand entrance hall which is rare to have in the village. The downstairs hallway allows access to the living room and cellar.
Located on the ground floor at the front of the house is the warm and welcoming living room. This is an impeccably tasteful room with lovely décor throughout. The Living room has a large front window looking over the charming and well maintained front garden.
The heart of any home, this kitchen/ diner is no exception. The kitchen units are beautifully laid out making great use of the available space and even incorporating a built in dishwasher. There is a gas hob and an electric oven and there is space in this room for a dining table (currently there is a movable breakfast bar). There is a rear door to the yard also.
First Floor Master Bedroom
The master bedroom is located to the front of the first floor and is a very impressive size. The master bedroom is a very large double bedroom with views of the front garden. The master bedroom also has the benefit of an original cast iron fire with a tiled hearth.
The first floor is also home to another double bedroom which faces out onto the rear aspect. This is another good sized bedroom.
There is a third bedroom at the front of the house which is a good sized single bedroom or it would make a fantastic home office/ study.
The house bathroom is located on the first floor and benefits a modern, white, three piece suite including a bath with overhead shower, toilet and hand basin; the well proportioned bathroom is adorned with tasteful tiling to the walls.
Lower Ground Floor Cellar
There is a storage cellar accessed via a staircase in the hallway, this is a dry room which is a very handy space for numerous reasons.
Rare for a village house there is a good sized outside space both at the front and the back of the house. Out front there is a large front garden laid mostly to lawn with some nicely planted beds, a Yorkshire stone path and private hedges surrounding. To the rear of the house the rear yard is a good size which is gravelled for low maintenance with a stone patio. The rear yard boasts an outhouse for additional storage and has a gate to a wide rear street which is used by the current owner as off street parking.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||5.2%||£245,499||4.8||1.2|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£97,475 (2)||£145,926 (22)||£194,538 (34)||£284,086 (22)||£358,737 (8)|
|Flats||£106,407 (7)||£135,569 (13)||-||-||-|
|All||£104,422 (9)||£142,079 (35)||£194,538 (34)||£284,086 (22)||£358,737 (8)|