No onward chain - A well-presented 1930's semi-detached family home situated towards the head of Collier Lane in Baildon, a highly sought after residential location off West Lane. Offering three bedrooms, two reception rooms, sun room, front and rear gardens, ample off-street parking and substantial garage. Early viewing is strongly recommended.
We are delighted to offer to the market this highly desirable three bedroom semi-detached family home, boasting well-presented, spacious living accommodation and attractive fixtures and fittings. This much loved property enjoys an envious Baildon setting along with two generous reception rooms, a sun room and a lovely landscaped gardens, the rear enjoying a south westerly aspect. Making an excellent purchase for a wide variety of buyers, we expect this house to be very popular therefore early viewing is highly advisable.
The accommodation briefly comprises on the ground floor; entrance porch, hallway with understairs cupboard, kitchen, dining room with open fire, living room with wood burning stove leading to a lovely sun room with access to the rear garden. On the first floor; three good sized bedrooms, two of which are doubles with fitted wardrobes, and a house bathroom with separate shower cubicle and electric underfloor heating. The property further benefits from a dual zone gas fired heating system, burglar alarm and a partly boarded loft with fold down wooden ladder.
Externally, the house is approached via a generous driveway providing off-street parking for at least four vehicles, leading to a detached garage measuring 20ft x 10ft with electrical supply and lighting. The gardens are well maintained and feature a variety of attractive planting borders, lawned gardens and mature hedging. The rear garden in particular faces south west and enjoys a pleasant level of sunlight and good a degree of privacy.
Baildon is a popular village which offers a wide variety of amenities including shops, restaurants and recreational facilities including a golf course, rugby, cricket and football grounds. Baildon has a rural location with moorland countryside close by as well as allowing daily commuting by rail to Leeds and Bradford. Motorway and air networks are also within easy reach. The area is also close to the World Heritage site of Saltaire and to the green corridor of the Leeds Liverpool Canal with its scenic walks and national cycle path.
From the roundabout in the centre of Baildon village proceed up Westgate turning left at the junction with West Lane then first right into Collier Lane where the property can be identified by our for sale board.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||6.5%||£238,182||2.6||0.7|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£102,491 (6)||£202,067 (21)||£268,317 (36)||£347,114 (33)||£431,596 (25)|
|Flats||£78,312 (16)||£124,814 (23)||£265,000 (2)||-||-|
|All||£84,906 (22)||£161,685 (44)||£268,142 (38)||£347,114 (33)||£422,112 (26)|