Undoubtedly a most attractive property of such considerable charm which commands an idyllic semi-rural setting on the fringe of the village, overlooking the “Listed” duck pond to the front and commanding the most amazing views especially from the upper floor to the rear, over adjoining farmland, across the picturesque Wharfe Valley and the famous landmark of Almscliffe Crag seen in the distance. An immaculately presented property complimented by a lovely private rear garden, lawned with extensive decking
Undoubtedly a most attractive property of such considerable charm which commands an idyllic semi-rural setting on the fringe of the village, overlooking the “Listed” duck pond to the front and commanding the most amazing views especially from the upper floor to the rear, over adjoining farmland, across the picturesque Wharfe Valley and the famous landmark of Almscliffe Crag seen in the distance. An immaculately presented property complimented by a lovely private rear garden, lawned with extensive decking, water feature and large powered timber shed. A decent sized block paved drive to the front provides ample off-road parking. An enclosed front porch opens to a well-lit hall with a guest cloaks/WC. The delightful front facing lounge has a feature fireplace with a wood burning stove. The dining kitchen with integrated appliances and granite worktops and double French windows opening to the decking and rear garden. The two double bedrooms have built in wardrobes and both take full advantage of the stunning views respectively. The house bathroom is Travertine tiled and the landing features a solid fine exposed oak staircase. The accommodation is offered with a gas-fired heating system and the windows are UPVC sealed double glazed.
Please see the Bramhope area video coverage on our website () to appreciate how Bramhope is so highly regarded as one of North Leeds most sought-after villages in the heart of Yorkshire’s beautiful countryside. It enjoys an active community spirit with an Ofsted rated “Outstanding” primary school, which currently feeds to Prince Henry’s Grammar School in Otley, a children's nursery, a medical centre including a dental practice, a number of local shops including the village bakery, butchers’ and the Fox and Hounds public house with a coffee lounge and patio area. There are a number of private schools too located nearby catering for all age groups. The village is strategically located for commuting into Yorkshire's key business centres including Leeds, Bradford and there is the M1/A1/M62 national motorway network near to Wetherby making areas further afield more accessible by road. More extensive daily requirements are available in Otley's nearby market town approximately 3 miles away with Waitrose, Sainsburys and Asda supermarkets and there are the popular spa towns of Ilkley and Harrogate within comfortable travelling distance. Train stations with main line links are available at nearby Weeton and Horsforth and there is the Leeds/Bradford International Airport at Yeadon.
Leeds 7.3 miles, Bradford 11 miles, Harrogate 11 miles, Motorway 12 miles – approximate.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||0.4%||£240,000||3||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£117,500 (2)||£226,021 (29)||£272,990 (84)||£416,676 (67)||£654,704 (26)|
|Flats||£90,456 (16)||£162,060 (40)||£175,000 (3)||-||-|
|All||£93,461 (18)||£188,942 (69)||£269,611 (87)||£416,676 (67)||£682,270 (27)|