No onward chain - A charming Grade II Listed two bedroom stone built cottage situated in the ever popular rural village of Esholt. Formally two separate one bedroom cottages, and more recently a privately owned textiles shop, this quaint home which is in need some sympathetic modernisation sits in a prime location and early viewing is highly advised.
The sale of Bobbin Cottage, which is situated in the idyllic and highly sought after rural village of Esholt, poses a very rare an unique opportunity purchase a property which seldom is comes to market. Formally two separate stone cottages, and more recently a privately owned textiles shop selling wool and cotton to the locals, this quaint Grade II Listed home affords an excellent opportunity for redevelopment.
Briefly comprising on the ground floor; entrance porch, dining room with stone fireplace and oven, kitchen, living room and rear porch leading to the garden. On the first floor, two double bedrooms, the master having a walk in storage area, and a house shower room which has undergone a more recent refurbishment.
Externally there is an attractive garden to the rear featuring a lawn and Yorkshire stone paving, mature hedging and lovely views the park and woodland. The adjoining properties, of which there are two, have a right of access through the rear garden.
The property is delightfully situated within the beautiful village of Esholt. The village is close to open countryside and walks, yet within easy access of Guiseley, Baildon and Shipley. Esholt village is a much sought after location which has a public house nearby. The location is also with commuting distance of many West Yorkshire business centres including Leeds and Bradford city centres.
From the roundabout in the centre of Baildon proceed down Browgate, at Threshfield crossroads turn left into Station Road, continue along Station Road until you meet the junction with Otley Road (A6038) turn left onto Otley Road, continue up Otley Road which then becomes Hollins Hill, go through the traffic lights and turn immediate right onto Station Road, follow Station Road round onto Chapel Lane where the cottage sits on the junction of Chapel Lane and Church Lane.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||4.1%||£201,658||1.7||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£193,738 (4)||£187,679 (26)||£272,096 (49)||£443,552 (21)||£553,125 (8)|
|Flats||£99,499 (10)||£107,436 (22)||£206,667 (3)||-||-|
|All||£126,424 (14)||£150,901 (48)||£268,321 (52)||£443,552 (21)||£686,111 (9)|