The Grade II Listed cottage is a wonderful traditional home offering more internal space than one might first consider. With three bedrooms arranged over two floors, the cottage has some fabulous features which includes timber beams, central wide staircase, mullion windows and distinctive features attributed to a listed building.
Access is through two doors to the front elevation, one leading into the sitting room and the other into the kitchen. The property sits behind a stone boundary wall with gardens to the front and a blocked paved driveway able to accommodate one vehicle.
Internally the cottage is presented to a nice standard with kitchen including an under counter fridge and new Blomberg freezer, 4 ring gas hob with electric oven and grill and plumbing is provided for a washing machine.
With two reception rooms that offer a great deal of space for free standing furniture, the property has a small double bedroom/home office to the ground floor which sits in close proximity to cloakroom facilities.
The first floor is approached via a wide staircase, open to the sitting room with textured plastered walls approaching the landing. With window overlooking the garden, the landing leads to two bedrooms and house bathroom.
The front bedroom with a bank of fitted furniture comfortably supports a king bed whilst the second bedroom overlooks the rear elevation and is a generous single or small double.
The house bathroom has a bath with gold coloured traditional shower/tap mixer, wash basin with pedestal and low level w.c. The room is partially tiled.
The property sits in a quiet location opposite Chrisharben Park and within only a moments walking distance of the local primary school.
Clayton The village is three miles from Bradford city centre, with the village of Thornton located on the other side of the valley and the village of Queensbury further up the hill in which Clayton is situated. Also within close proximity to the M606 and Halifax. Clayton Beck runs through the bottom of the valley below Clayton and tributaries for this stream, including Bull Grieve Beck, run through the village.
The centre of the village was designated as a conservation area in 1977.The main street of the village, Clayton Lane, includes several traditional pubs and in close vicinity resides a library, village hall, butchers and takeaways. In fact, Clayton boasts several shops, churches and a nearby golf club and country park at Thornton View with views of the city of Bradford and the village of Thornton across the valley
The village has four schools, three of which are state primary schools, Clayton St. John's Church of England Primary School, Bradford Road, Clayton Village Primary School, John Street and St. Anthony's Roman Catholic Primary School, Bradford Road.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||3.4%||£74,950||2||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£99,950 (1)||£148,330 (10)||£173,805 (11)||£312,500 (2)||£310,000 (1)|
|Flats||£80,000 (1)||-||£135,000 (2)||-||-|
|All||£89,975 (2)||£148,330 (10)||£167,835 (13)||£312,500 (2)||£310,000 (1)|