A most charming and characterful sitting room of good proportions makes a wonderful first impression. One's eyes are immediately drawn to the wonderful, carved stone fireplace standing on a stone hearth with brick inset surround housing a cast iron, log burning stove - a great place to be on a cold winter's night. Light floods in through the charming twin, timber framed, double-glazed window to the front elevation offering a delightful outlook over the village green and most attractive, character properties beyond.
If you are seeking a charming, quintessential English country cottage in the heart of a picturesque yet conveniently located village with peace and tranquillity in abundance, then look no further. Harrison Robinson is excited to bring to market this wonderful, stone built, two-bedroom, cottage, one of only five, delightfully positioned close to St Paul's Church in the centre of this highly regarded, Yorkshire village, once the setting of Emmerdale with 'The Woolpack' located only a short walk away from this desirable cottage property.
Lovingly maintained by the current owners, this charming home is a delightful combination of stunning, original features such as deep window sills, exposed beams and an original stone fireplace blended with a contemporary, 'cottagey' feel. The accommodation briefly comprises a good-sized sitting room with stunning fireplace housing a log burning stove, a large, galley kitchen with country style, fitted kitchen providing ample storage and a large window offers charming views over the generous, private, rear garden and churchyard beyond. To the first floor, one finds a spacious, double bedroom, a good-sized, single bedroom and a well-equipped house bathroom. The property has that charming 'chocolate box' appeal with a pretty fore garden - an ideal spot to sit on a bench and enjoy a cuppa or glass of wine, listening to the charming bird song and enjoying the pleasant view over the village green. To the rear one finds a true oasis of peace and calm - a good-sized garden with a patio area and some established planting - a great spot in which to enjoy al fresco dining in the summer months or just to sit and relax with nothing to disturb your thoughts other than the bird song!
What more can you ask for a stunning countryside location yet within easy commuting distance to both Leeds & Bradford, commuter train links and Leeds/Bradford Airport.
The well-presented accommodation with gas fired central heating, timber framed double glazing and with approximate room sizes comprises:
A short Yorkshire stone flagged pathway leads through the charming walled foregarden to the heavy, wooden, cottage door with two opaque, glazed side panels, which opens into:
A most charming and characterful sitting room of good proportions makes a wonderful first impression. One's eyes are immediately drawn to the wonderful, carved stone fireplace standing on a stone hearth with brick inset surround housing a cast iron, log burning stove - a great place to be on a cold winter's night. Light floods in through the charming twin, timber framed, double-glazed window to the front elevation offering a delightful outlook over the village green and most attractive, character properties beyond. I understand that an original, stone flagged floor lies underneath the carpeting and an exposed wooden beam and deep window sills add further charm. Radiator and TV point. A wooden door opens onto the carpeted staircase leading to the first floor. A multi paned, wooden door leads into:
A country cottage style kitchen with soft white, wooden fronted base and wall units including cupboards and drawers offering a good amount of storage. A smart, wood effect, laminate work surface incorporates a white, ceramic, one and a half bowl sink with drainer and chrome mixer tap, which sits under a large, timber framed, double-glazed window offering a charming view over the delightful, rear garden. Integrated appliances include a slimline dishwasher, washing machine, fridge and freezer and an electric oven with black, ceramic hob with chimney hood and extractor over. Mosaic, white, tiled splash backs. Original, stone, flagged floor. Worcester Bosch central heating boiler. Spotlights. Useful, under stairs storage cupboard. Half-glazed, rear, wooden door with multi-paned, glazed panels gives access to the rear garden.
A carpeted landing gives access to the two bedrooms and house bathroom. Timber framed, double-glazed window with charming, exposed stone lintel over offers a pleasant view over the rear garden and church yard beyond. A cupboard offers storage for linen and towels.
A spacious, double bedroom with a timber framed, double-glazed window to the front elevation offers a charming view. Carpeting, loft hatch, fitted cupboard and radiator.
A good-sized, single bedroom with a timber framed, double-glazed window to the front elevation with exposed stone lintel above offers a very pleasant view. Fitted wardrobes, carpeting and radiator.
A three-piece, white bathroom suite including a bath with panel and electric shower over with full height tiling around the bath area in white with accent tiles, a white wash-hand basin with tiled splashback and a w/c. A timber framed, double-glazed window with obscure glazing to the rear elevation allows plenty of natural light in. Carpeting and radiator.
To the front, a stone pathway leads from a black, timber gate to the front door. The front garden offers space for a garden bench and there are borders and planting bounded by a low, stone wall to the front. This is a delightful spot to sit with a cuppa overlooking the village green and enjoying the peace and tranquillity.
To the rear one finds a further oasis of peace and calm - a delightful garden mainly laid to gravel for ease of maintenance with established borders displaying shrubs and small trees. A good-sized patio area is positioned to the rear of the garden with ample room for a table and chairs - a great spot to enjoy al fresco entertaining. What an idyllic environment in which to relax with friends and family.
|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)|