Three Bedroom Barn Conversion
Spacious Sitting Room With Stove
South Facing Conservatory
Cottage Style Kitchen
Dining Hall With Solid Oak Floor
Three Good Sized Bedrooms
Immaculately Presented Throughout
Private 'Secret Cottage Garden'
Garage With Off Street Parking
Early Viewing Essential
Harrison Robinson is delighted to offer this most charming, three-bedroom, traditional, stone cottage, converted from an original barn, offering excellent accommodation with many recent, stylish and contemporary improvements and an early internal viewing is highly recommended. This deceptively spacious, most charming home is approached via a Yorkshire stone pathway to the front with a half-glazed doorway opening into a welcoming dining hall with solid oak flooring and ample room for a family dining table. This opens into a delightful, cottage style kitchen with limed oak units and granite work surfaces. A doorway gives access to stairs leading to the first floor and leads into the spacious sitting room bursting with character. One’s eyes are drawn to the feature stone chimney breast housing a log burning stove complemented by solid oak flooring and exposed beams. Light floods in through a south facing, corner, glazed area, ideal for relaxing with a good book and a cup of tea. This property just keeps giving with a spacious, south facing, double-glazed conservatory with French doors opening into the private garden. A cloakroom and rear porch/utility complete the ground floor accommodation. To the first floor one finds a spacious study landing, a master bedroom, a second double bedroom overlooking the fields to the rear, a third bedroom and a smartly presented bathroom. Outside there is a further jewel in the crown, a south facing, Yorkshire stone paved, ‘secret garden’ to the rear, ideal for relaxing and al fresco entertaining, together with a large, stone outhouse at the rear, ideal for storing all the family paraphernalia or for housing a home gym or workshop. A short road leads up from the Main Street to where there is a single parking space in front of a single garage with a pathway leading to the rear garden.
An early viewing is highly recommended to avoid disappointment as this immaculately presented, character property will certainly appeal to the most discerning of buyers.
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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 immaculately presented accommodation with GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING,WOOD EFFECT UPVC DOUBLE GLAZED, WINDOWS & DOORS WITH HIGH SECURITY LOCKS and with approximate room sizes comprises:
3.50m x 3.40m (11' 6" x 11' 2")
A Yorkshire stone pathway with low maintenance gravelled areas leads to a half-glazed, timber door opening into the most welcoming dining hall with solid oak flooring and double-glazed side window affording ample space for a family dining table and one can imagine many happy times here entertaining friends and family. Opening through into:
3.50m x 2.10m (11' 6" x 6' 11")
A most charming, cottage style kitchen fitted with a range of solid, limed oak wall and base units with delightful plate rack and chimney hood, solid, pale granite work surfaces over and pillar box red, tiled splash backs. Appliances include a Neff double, integrated oven, a four burner, gas hob with extractor over, a Bosch dishwasher, a Miele washing machine and a tall, white fridge freezer. An inset stainless-steel sink with modern, stainless-steel, monobloc tap sits under a double-glazed window. Under pelmet lighting and ceramic, tiled flooring.
A doorway opens from the dining hall to an inner-hallway with stairs to the first floor. The solid oak floor continues through into:
6.00m x 5.30m (19' 8" x 17' 5")
A most charming and spacious sitting room with feature stone wall housing a cast iron multi-fuel stove standing on a stone hearth. Feature solid oak beams and south facing, glazed, corner creating a bright area in which to relax. A bespoke, fitted wall unit creates space for books and useful storage with a central cupboard creating housing for a flat screen T.V. A door gives access to a large, under stairs cupboard with fitted light. Two fitted radiators. This is a most wonderful space in which to relax and entertain. Double-glazed, timber French doors open into:
3.50m x 2.60m (11' 6" x 8' 6")
A south facing, double-glazed, hard wood conservatory with leaded, opening top windows and French doors giving access to the rear garden. Fitted window & roof blinds and rustic, ceramic, terracotta flooring adds to the cottage feeling. This again is a wonderful spot to sit and relax, fitted with light, power and radiator.
Rear Utility Porch
A doorway from the sitting room gives access to the rear utility porch with space for a tumble drier. Terracotta, tiled flooring is ideal for kicking off muddy shoes and boots after a long walk in the surrounding countryside. (A half-glazed, timber door gives access to the rear garden where a pathway behind the garage gives access to the rear.)
Fitted with a modern, corner basin with tiled splashback and low level w/c.
Stairs lead up to a spacious study landing with space for a small desk. Loft Access with Aluminium loft ladder to partially boarded out area and extra insulation.
3.70m x 3.10m (12' 2" x 10' 2")
A good-sized, double bedroom to the front elevation with a double-glazed window affording views across the village and countryside beyond. Carpeted flooring and radiator.
3.80m x 3.60m (12' 6" x 11' 10")
A further double bedroom with south facing, double-glazed window affording stunning views over the open countryside. Carpeted flooring and radiator.
3.70m x 2.40m (12' 2" x 7' 10")
A great sized, single room with double-glazed window to the front elevation, carpet and radiator.
A smartly presented house bathroom with panel bath with pine bath panel, mixer tap with shower over and full white, ceramic tiling to the bath area with mosaic, tiled border. Separate fully tiled shower cubicle with thermostatic mains shower and glazed door. Low level w/c. Vanity basin with useful, pine cupboard below and white, tiled splashbacks. Tiled flooring, radiator and halogen downlighting.
To the front of the property a gated, Yorkshire stone path with gravelled areas leads to the front door with ample space for pots to add a splash of colour. (There are plans passed to build a porch on this area).
Rear Cottage Garden
Rarely does one find this close to the village centre an absolute jewel in the crown, this amazing, south facing, Yorkshire stone paved, ‘secret garden’ to the rear, ideal for relaxing and al fresco entertaining, having a delightful, patio area with gravelled borders flanked by stone walling and well stocked borders, together with a large, stone ‘cowshed’ at the rear, ideal for storing all the family paraphernalia or housing a home gym or workshop. A gate gives access from a pathway running down the side of and behind the garage.
Garage & Parking
A short, private road runs up from Addingham Main Street to where there is anadditional single parking space in front of a single garage fitted with an up and over, remote-control door, light and power giving the unusual benefit of parking for two cars. A pathway leads to the rear garden creating a storage area for bins.
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In accordance with the Property Misdescriptions Act (1991) we have prepared these sales particulars as a general guide to give a broad description of the property. They are not intended to constitute part of an offer or contract. We have not carried out a structural survey and the services, appliances and specific fittings have not been tested. All photographs, measurements, floorplans and distances referred to are given as a guide only and should not be relied upon for the purchase of carpets or any other fixtures or fittings. Lease details, service charges and ground rent (where applicable) are given as a guide only and should be checked and confirmed by your Solicitor prior to exchange of contracts. The copyright of all details, photographs and floorplans remain exclusive to Harrison Robinson.