Two Bedroom Cottage
Quiet Village Centre Location
Charming Cottage Garden
Two Double Bedrooms
Spacious Sitting Room
South Facing Rear Patio
Close to all Village Amenities
Early Viewing Essential
No Onward Chain
Pleasantly situated in a courtyard style development just off the village Main Street with a southerly facing, rear patio garden adjoining open fields, is this charming, stone built, end terrace cottage providing an easily managed, contemporary styled, two-bedroom home within the heart of this popular Dales village community. The property benefits from a courtyard setting approached over a small bridge to a block paved, parking space and a pathway through the delightful, cottage style garden leads to the front door. One enters under the cover of a charming portico through a half- glazed, timber door into the hallway, opening through into the south facing sitting room. South facing patio doors create a tremendous feeling of light and a gas, coal effect fire creates a cosy feeling. The breakfast kitchen is fitted with smartly presented units and a window overlooks the front, cottage garden. The sliding patio doors open onto a charming suntrap of a patio with a small, raised area beyond overlooking open fields - an idyllic spot for relaxing or al fresco entertaining. A gated pathway leads around the property giving access to the garden. The front cottage garden is delightful and ideal for pottering through the shrubs and borders. Stairs lead up from the hallway to a spacious landing giving access to two good sized, double bedrooms, one to the rear with views overlooking fields and a spacious room to the front with wardrobes overlooking the cottage garden and village 'beck' beyond. A contemporary style bathroom completes the picture.
An early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate this charming, cottage home.
Steeped in history, Addingham is an attractive and popular Dales Village that lies to the west of Ilkley on the banks of the River Wharfe, surrounded by beautiful open countryside (as highlighted by the recent Tour De France and Tour De Yorkshire coverage). The village offers a useful range of shops (including a new Co-op store), a post office and doctor’s surgery, various excellent inns and eateries, including the long-awaited re-opening of the Fleece Inn, and its own well regarded primary school. Local bus services to surrounding towns are available from the village Main Street, whereas the railway station in Ilkley, just over three miles away provides a regular commuter service to Leeds and Bradford city centres (around 35 minutes commute), providing regular connections to London Kings Cross. Leeds Bradford International Airport is just over 15 miles away with national and international services.
The smartly presented accommodation with GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING, TIMBER FRAMED, DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOWS, with NO ONWARD CHAIN and with approximate room sizes comprises:
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A pathway leads through the delightful, front cottage garden to the front portico. A half-glazed, timber door gives access to the hallway and a timber framed, double-glazed, side window creates further natural light. Stairs lead to the first floor and there is a useful, under stairs cupboard.
The kitchen is fitted with Shaker style, cream, base and wall units with contrasting laminate work surfaces over and tiled splash backs. A stainless-steel sink sits under a window affording aspects over the front, cottage garden. Fitted, stainless-steel, electric oven with a stainless-steel, gas hob and extractor over, space and plumbing for a washing machine and a tall fridge freezer and tile effect, vinyl flooring. A gas boiler is fitted to the front wall. There is ample space for a small, breakfast table.
A most bright and spacious, south facing sitting room with feature, gas, coal effect fire standing on a light coloured, marble hearth with timber surround. Patio doors open out onto the south facing sun trap of a patio and allow the natural light to flood in. This creates a wonderful, inside-outside feeling and is just the spot for relaxing or al fresco entertaining. Carpeted flooring throughout.
Stairs from the hallway lead up to a spacious landing.
A spacious, double room to the rear aspect with a timber framed, double-glazed window affording lovely views over the fields. Carpeted flooring, radiator and ample space for wardrobes.
A further double bedroom to the front aspect with useful, storage cupboard. Double-glazed window overlooking the charming, cottage garden and village beck beyond. Carpeted flooring.
A contemporary bathroom comprising a panel bath with electric, Mira shower over. Full tiling to the bath area and half tiling behind the pedestal wash basin and low-level w/c. Smart, timber effect, vinyl to the floor. Timber framed, double-glazed window with obscure glazing and a radiator.
The absolute piece de la resistance is the most charming, cottage style garden to the front, laid mainly to level lawn with mature borders affording splashes of colour. It is rare to find such a charming outdoor space this close to the village centre and is truly ideal for those with green fingers to potter to their hearts’ content. The rear, south facing, patio garden is approached via a gated pathway that runs down the side of the property. The rear garden is very private and is an absolute sun trap - ideal for relaxing or al fresco entertaining with friends and family. The outlook over the fields is absolutely charming.
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