A well established and much loved stone built semi detached home, situated in this highly sought after residential location close to the moors and Baildon centre. Offering great potential for modernisation with three bedrooms, two receptions, west facing rear garden, driveway and garage. Early viewing is strongly recommended.
We are delighted to offer to the market this 1930's semi detached family home. Built in stone with attractive features from the period, this much loved home is being offered to the market for the first time in over four decades. Situated favourably with good sized west facing rear gardens, the house has scope for modernisation throughout.
Briefly comprising on the ground floor; front porch, entrance hallway, living room with bay window, dining room with french doors leading to the rear garden, kitchen, pantry, side porch. On the first floor; two double bedrooms, good sized single bedroom, and house bathroom with separate shower cubicle. The property benefits from uPVC double glazing and gas fired heating.
Externally, to the front there is a driveway providing off-street parking for multiple vehicles, and a low maintenance gravel garden with planting borders. The rear garden enjoys lots of sunlight during the day and into the evening from its westerly aspect. The garden itself is larger than average and features well maintained lawn with attractive borders with a delightful array of mature shrubs and hedges, a paved seating terrace and path leading to a ground level planting bed and greenhouse.
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 village centre proceed up Northgate towards the moors. Turn left into Pennithorne Avenue then right into Highfield Terrace. This road becomes Lens Drive and leads into Brantcliffe Way. Menin Drive is located on the right hand side and the property is on the left identified by our For Sale board.
|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)|