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4 bedroom detached house for sale
Banks Lane, Riddlesden, Keighley
- Central heating
- Partial double glazing
- Four bedrooms
- Two reception rooms
Stone built circa 1900 and with some unique and attractive features in an elevated setting, this four bedroomed home will whet the appetite of those looking for something special. Two spacious reception rooms are matched by the large and comprehensively fitted dining kitchen. The main hall is oak panelled using reclaimed panelling. The three main bedrooms are well proportioned, two being unusually large, whilst the fourth is an interestingly shaped single. Features include uniqure timber paneling and fine stained glass windows that orginally came from Strong Close House. The vendors have advised that the property was constructed around the time that Cliffe Castle was built and that, at that time, it was speculated to be the most expensive house built in Keighley. The gardens provide an attractive frame for the house and the garage will take two cars, with careful manoeuvring. We think that this is a really lovely home with true character.
The first thing you notice as you approach this property is the attractively splayed angle of the main entrance door leading to the entrance vestibule. From the vestibule things just get better as you lead onto the main hallway.
This is a truly impressive entrance hall with timberwork reclaimed from (vendor to supply details). From the entrance hall is the return staircase providing access to the first floor accommodation with a beautiful long window at the second half landing. CH radiator. Understairs storage cupboard. Doors from the entrance hall provide access to the living room, dining room and adjacent dining kitchen.
Living Room : 4.5M x 4.29M (14'9" x 14'1")
(14' 1" max) Bow window to front elevation with additional window to gable elevation. Living flame style gas fire set in slate and stone fire surround. 2 CH radiators. TV point.
Dining Room : 5.46M x 4.37M (17'11" x 14'4")
(14' 4" max) This large room benefits from windows on 2 elevations and features a gas fire set in marble and timbered fire surround. Floor covering finished in cork tiling. 2 CH radiators.
Dining Kitchen : 5.03M x 3.53M (16'6" x 11'7")
(16' 6" max) This substantial room has a comprehensive range of fitted kitchen floor units with co-ordinated working surfaces and mosaic ceramic splashbacks, together with matching wall mounted kitchen cabinets above. Stainless steel hob with stainless steel extractor chimney above. Stainless steel effect integral gas oven with mirrored doors and microwave. Stainless steel sink. Integrated dishwasher. CH radiator. Gas fired CH boiler. Leading off from the kitchen is a useful pantry and a sizeable larder.
Rear Porch : 3.35M x 1.12M (11'0" x 3'8")
A useful little storage room with ground floor cloakroom off housing a low suite wc.
Bedroom One : 4.5M x 4.27M (14'9" x 14'0")
(Maximum dimensions) CH radiator. Range of fitted wardrobes and cupboards. Windows to 2 elevations. Telephone point.
Bedroom Two : 4.88M x 4.37M (16'0" x 14'4")
(14' 4" max) CH radiator. Pine flooring. Range of fitted cupboards and wardrobes. This is another room with windows to 2 elevations. Telephone point.
Bedroom Three : 3.51M x 2.64M (11'6" x 8'8")
CH radiator. Fitted wardrobe and cupboards. Pedestal wash basin.
Bedroom Four : 3.35M x 2.64M (11'0" x 8'8")
(8' 8" max) This is an unusual L-shaped room. CH radiator. Fitted cupboards and fitted single divan.
Three piece suite comprising bath, pedestal wash basin and corner shower cubicle. CH radiator. Linen cupboard.
Low suite wc.
Gardens & Garage
The property is set in modest sized gardens given over to a raised level rockery at the rear with more established and sizeable gardens to the front elevation and both sides. There is a small outhouse to the rear garden with light and water. Approached from Ilkley Road is the double garage which is an unsual shape but will, with careful manoeuvring, accept 2 vehicles. The garage is supplied power, light and water.
Travel down Cavendish Street, Keighley, to the traffic lights and turn left following the road onto the roundabout. Take the third exit being the old main Keighley/Bingley road. At the third set of pedestrian traffic lights turn left into Granby Lane and continue over the canal bridge. Follow the main road up and then bear left into Banks Lane. Continue up Banks Lane and the property will eventually become visible on the right hand side at the junction with Ilkley Road.
By prior appointment through the Keighley offices of the Chartered Surveyors.