A charming three-bedroom Grade ll listed period home boasting a beautiful landscaped garden and private parking within the centre on Thorner village.
Occupying a prime position within one of the region’s most sought-after villages, this most charming stone-built Grade ll listed cottage has been sympathetically extended and modernised and retains much of the buildings original character and charm. Having been the subject of a meticulous programme of improvements, this sensational home now offers a distinguished quality which is rivalled by few.
On approaching the property, the discerning purchaser is greeted by a bright and airy dining hallway which provides an ideal space for more formal gatherings and opens on to the extended breakfast kitchen. Offering several built-in appliances, granite work surfaces and exposed timber beams, this delightful room is further enhanced by offering direct access to the private rear garden.
At the centre of this wonderful homes sits a most spacious sitting room which features a beautiful central exposed brick fireplace with inset gas fire. Further ground floor accommodation includes a useful utility room and guest w.c.
A staircase within the inner hallway provides access to the first-floor landing which leads to all the first-floor accommodation. There are three bedrooms – the master boasts vaulted ceilings and exposed timber beams, and a modern house bathroom.
The property is accessed via a shared driveway which provides parking for two vehicles. Delicately planned and hard landscaped for ease of maintenance, these wonderful gardens provide an ideal space for al fresco dining where the enjoyment of this peaceful village setting can be thoroughly realised.
Thorner remains one of the more sought-after villages in the north Leeds area being within 8 miles of Leeds City Centre, Leeds General Hospital and St James Hospital, Leeds Bradford Airport and the Grammar School. The village is blessed with delightful surrounding countryside with an array of bridle paths. The village itself with its notable wide main street offers a good range of amenities including two public houses, restaurant, village shop and post office, as well as bowling green, cricket ground, tennis club, village hall, church and junior school. The area is considered ideal for the commuter as easy access can be gained onto the A64, Leeds and to the A1 linking with the region's motorway network.<br /><br />
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||2.9%||£180,843||3||0.9|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£150,000 (2)||£169,623 (35)||£182,780 (86)||£424,921 (53)||£539,778 (23)|
|Flats||£81,255 (11)||£113,304 (23)||-||-||-|
|All||£91,831 (13)||£147,290 (58)||£182,780 (86)||£424,921 (53)||£539,778 (23)|