3 bed Detached house (for sale) Calverley Bridge, Leeds LS13

£350,000
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Hardisty and Co
101 - 103 New Road Side, Horsforth, Leeds
0113 482 9671
First Published

26th Jul 2021

Last Published

19th Aug 2021

 

Features

  • Type: Detached house
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Listing status: sale
  • Country: England

Description

*Small Holding opportunity* We are pleased to offer on to the market this unique & historic former Station House which dates back to the mid 1800s & forms part of a unique small holding which includes approximately 2 acres of land, stables & ancillary buildings. The main house has undergone a scheme of recent improvements & offers a comfortable modern living space & whilst the land and outbuilding would benefit from some tlc, this really is a unique opportunity for one looking for something different & a bit of the 'good life'! Nestled by the side of the railway line the property is accessed through recent double gates & offers parking & gardens along with the paddock land. Such a rare & exciting opportunity, early viewing a must! EPC - D

Introduction

*Small Holding Opportunity* Ready for a taste of the good life! We are pleased to offer on to the market this unique and historic former Station House which dates back to the mid 1800's and forms part of a unique small holding which includes approximately 2 acres of land, stables and ancillary buildings. The main house has undergone a scheme of recent improvements to offer a comfortable, modern three bedroom family home and whilst the land and outbuilding would benefit from some tlc, this is such an exciting opportunity not to be missed! Nestled by the side of the railway line the property is accessed through recently fitted double gates and offers parking and gardens along with the paddock land. Great location too with Parks, the Leeds Liverpool Canal, amenities and schools all on hand, ring now to book your viewing!

Location

The property is tucked away in a most pleasant spot, close to the beautiful River Aire, Clariant sports field and Calverley Lane Park. Nestled between Rodley & Horsforth, with both villages being desirable and sought after by professionals, first time buyers and families alike, providing exceptional schools and amenities too. The canal, Millennium Trail and Rodley Nature Reserve can be found close by and offer a range of beautiful places where you can walk or enjoy water-side activities. Commuting to the business centres of Leeds & Bradford is convenient, either by private or public transport, the Ring Road (A6120) provides a major road link and there are train stations at Horsforth, New Pudsey & Apperley Bridge offering regular and fast services into Leeds and various other business regions. Just a short car ride away is the popular Owlcotes Centre at Pudsey with an M & S store & Asda. A vibrant array of restaurants, cafes, shops and pubs are within close proximity.

How To Find The Property

Sat nav post code LS13 1NP. The access is through the new development (formerly the Paris Restaurant). The access point is approximately halfway between the new houses.

Accommodation

To The Ground Floor

Entrance door into...

Entrance Porch

Revealed stone. Substantial traditional door into...

Entrance Hall

With modern decor theme and flooring. Door into...

Dining/Family Room (3.96m x 3.66m (13'0" x 12'0"))

A lovely sized room with dual aspect windows letting the light flood in. Feature wood burning stove upon a raised slate hearth inset to the chimney breast. Open into the kitchen.

Dining Kitchen (3.96m x 2.13m (13'0" x 7'0"))

Whilst the kitchen is a defined space, it flows ideally through to the dining/family room thus giving an open sociable feel, well suited to modern day living. Recently re-fitted with a range of wall, base and drawer units with complementary work-surfaces over. Inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink, side drainer and modern mixer tap. Plumbed for a washing machine, point for a dishwasher. Integrated appliances include an oven and fridge/freezer.

Rear Porch/Potential Orangery (4.27m x 2.44m (14'0" x 8'0"))

A really useful and versatile area with slate floor covering, presently providing storage space easily converted to provide additional living/entertaining space.

Former Boiler Room (3.81m x 1.22m (12'6" x 4'0"))

Again, currently providing an excellent storage area.

Lounge (5.33m x 3.96m (17'6" x 13'0"))

A superb sized light room with feature wood burning stove set atop a slate hearth. Modern floor covering.

Bathroom (1.83m x 2.44m (6'0" x 8'0"))

Fitted with a modern white suite comprising shaped bath with shower over and glazed screen, feature vanity unit with inset wash hand basin, storage below and a W.C. Stylish ceramics, under-floor heating. Chrome heated towel rail.

To The First Floor

Stairs to...

Landing

A spacious landing area with high ceiling and solid oak doors leading into...

Bedroom One (3.96m x 3.66m (13'0" x 12'0"))

A spacious and well proportioned bedroom with modern scheme of decor. Period cast iron fireplace. Complementary fitted wardrobes. Vanity unit with inset wash hand basin.

Bedroom Two (4.88m x 2.59m (16'0" x 8'6"))

Another excellent sized room. Cupboards fitted within the alcove. Feature cast iron fireplace.

Bedroom Three (3.96m x 2.59m (13'0" x 8'6"))

A comfortable double room with a modern presentation. Vanity unit with inset wash hand basin. The high ceiling adds to the feeling of space. Feature wall.

Double Garage (5.87m x 5.26m (19'3" x 17'3"))

With up & over doors, power & light. This is a substantial garage, currently storage space.

Log Store (9.14m x 2.74m (30'0" x 9'0"))

Oozing potential!

Outside

This is where the 'Wow' factor really kicks in! Very rarely do detached houses in this locality become available with approximately 2 acres of land and paddock land. Accessed through recent double gates is parking for a number of cars. An orchard style area runs from the property up to the railway bridge. Outside is the double garage, log store, extensive stables and out buildings (see floor plan for size indications. The outside would benefit from some tlc but the potential is incredible. A beautiful garden could easily be created and the good life, with hens, sheep and a pony could be achieved!

History

Station House was built in the mid 1800’s by the Leeds and Bradford Railway Company, serving as the Station Master’s residence for the adjacent Calverley and Rodley Station. Although the original station closed in the 1960s, the original station sign survives and can be found at the nearby K.W.V.R. Railway Museum at Oxenhope. The property was later owned by British Rail in the mid-20th Century but has been a private residence since 1979. The former attached railway land became a substantial small holding with pasture for grazing, vegetable plots, bee-hives, woodland and associated outbuildings. Today the railway line is used by the Settle-Carlisle heritage steam route, and the platform provides an unequalled spot to view the steam train at weekends as it passes on its way from Leeds.

Special Note

It should be noted that the property has recently had improved access through the new development which has been formalised.

Additional Services - Disclosure Of Financial Inte

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Mortgage Services

We are whole of market and would love to help with your purchase or remortgage. Call Hardisty Financial to book your appointment today option 3.

Brochure Details

Hardisty and Co prepared these details, including photography, in accordance with our estate agency agreement.

 

Local info for LS13

Floor plan

 

Property Value Data/Graphs for LS13

Property Type % Avg. current value Avg. # beds Avg. # bathrooms
Semi-detached house 30.7% £215,198 3 1.1
Terraced house 27% £180,428 2.8 1.2
Flat 13.5% £137,218 1.9 1.5
Town house 8% £181,905 2.9 1.2
Detached house 7.4% £403,333 3.8 1.5
End terrace house 4.9% £158,112 2.8 0.8
Semi-detached bungalow 1.8% £198,333 2.3 0.3
Detached bungalow 1.8% £336,667 2.7 1
Maisonette 1.2% £109,950 2 1
Bungalow 1.2% £196,725 2.5 1
Block of flats 1.2% £407,500 25 0.5
Land 0.6% £25,000 0 0
Other 0.6% £425,000 4 2

Area Information

Average Price Paid

£159,699

Sales

3356

Current Average Value

£206,568

Value Change

£46,869 29.3%

 

Current Asking Prices in LS13 Average: £206,568

Property Type 1 Bed 2 Beds 3 Beds 4 Beds 5 Beds
Houses £180,000 (2) £155,806 (34) £197,339 (71) £341,976 (27) £345,000 (2)
Flats £82,333 (3) £138,940 (22) - - -
All £121,400 (5) £149,180 (56) £197,339 (71) £341,976 (27) £345,000 (2)

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