A meticulously presented three-bedroom semi-detached family home which adjoins open countryside and offers far reaching views.
A superb opportunity to acquire this beautiful three-bedroom semi-detached family home which is situated within the historic village of Bardsey. Occupying an enviable plot, the property has been sympathetically maintained and updated by the current owners and now boasts well-presented and most versatile accommodation, whilst adjoining open countryside.
The property is approached via a private driveway which leads to the front of the property. On entering this ideal family home, the discerning purchaser is welcomed by a light and airy entrance hallway which provides access to the principal ground floor accommodation. A spacious living room offers an inset wood burning stove, providing an ideal space to unwind. Leading from the living room, access is gained to the separate dining room which provides access to the private rear garden via bi-folding doors. At the centre of this wonderful home sits a recently appointed breakfast kitchen which offers a wealth of fitted cupboards and appliances, whilst providing an open aspect across the private rear garden.
Stairs from the entrance hallway provide access to the first-floor landing which provides access to all the first-floor accommodation. There are three bedrooms and a recently appointed house bathroom.
Outside, the property which offers a secluded feel, is approached via a private driveway which provides parking for several vehicles. The grounds of this delightful home lie predominately to the rear of the property and have been carefully planned and landscaped with many mature plants, trees and hedges which all ensure an ideal sense of privacy is maintained and enjoyed. Ideal for the growing family and al fresco dining alike, these wonderful gardens further boast a stone flagged patio area which is sure to be enjoyed by all.
Mentioned in the Doomsday Survey in 1086, the historic village of Bardsey boasts junior school, Parish Church, village tennis club and long-established Bingley Arms Public House. The village is conveniently placed for the commuter with superb access to the A58 to Leeds city Centre and to the A1 linking with the region's excellent motorway network. The renowned Leeds Grammar School is within approximately a three-mile drive, whilst the neighbouring village of Collingham supports a good range of amenities and a further range of amenities catering for most daily needs can also be found in the neighbour market town of Wetherby, only a short drive away.<br /><br />
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||0.4%||£275,000||1||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£204,600 (5)||£259,597 (15)||£363,469 (59)||£610,680 (43)||£662,488 (12)|
|Flats||£153,818 (14)||£216,203 (57)||£459,150 (6)||-||-|
|All||£167,182 (19)||£225,244 (72)||£372,301 (65)||£610,680 (43)||£634,604 (13)|