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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

The Old Saddlery, High Street, Gargrave

Fixed Price £185,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A superbly presented cottage dating back too the 1700's
  • Offering a charming, cosy retreat with Yorkshire Range in the dining kitchen
  • Extensively refurbished in 2001 and with more recent upgrades including a new boiler, UPVC windows and contemporary shower room.
  • 3 bedrooms
  • Dining-kitchen but with further open plan living-dining room
  • Exposed beams and timbers.
  • Pleasant south facing stone flagged terrace to the rear.
  • Bespoke hand built and hand painted kitchen with walk in pantry/utility area under the stairs
  • A charming property with lots of character

Full description

As below:

With a straight flight of stairs with return balustrade from the rear entrance lobby and kitchen.Deep display shelf to one wall, exposed roof beam and doors leading off to the bedrooms and house bathroom.

A attractive double bedroom featuring roof purlins and beams, being open to the ridge and with natural light from a UPVC window to the front of the property and a further smaller window to the gable end. Featuring a period cast iron fireplace with walnut surround and sat on a tiled hearth with timber fender. Double panel heating radiator, two wall light points and ample space for a double bed and associated furniture. With doorway leading off to bedroom 3/ study.

Approached through bedroom one and with two UPVC double glazed windows one to the front with wide timber sill below and one to the gable end. With a range of fitted bespoke cupboards and book shelves and currently set up a s a home office/study. Space for a single bed or study equipment including desks and chairs and with central heating radiator, exposed roof timbers and a wall light point.

A further double bedroom with UPVC double glazed window to the front of the property and with deep timber sill below. Further natural light from a velux window. With built in timber panelled cupboards and further storage over the stairs. Again featuring exposed roof timbers including purlins and ridge beam, double panel heating radiator and with space for a double bed and associated furniture.

Having just been completely re-fitted in a contemporary style and including a large walk in shower area with thermostatic shower valve with drench and hand held heads and with UPVC double glazed window for ventilation and natural light. Contemporary style vanity unit incorporating a hand basin with mixer lever tap and dual-flush hidden cistern w/c. Fully tiled throughout and with contrasting tiling to the floor. Chrome ladder style heated towel rail, recessed lighting and exposed oak beam.

A large under stairs cupboard providing space for a washing machine and tumble dryer and with shelved storage. Also housing the properties gas fired combination boiler. With laminate flooring running through from the kitchen, recessed lighting and an air vent to the outside wall.

A through living-dining room with 2 large UPVC double glazed windows to the front elevation with window seats below. Further light and access through a UPVC stable door to the dining end. With attractive timber panelling with hardwood shelving over incorporating a radiator cover to the lounge area and with further radiator to the dining area. Further features include a recessed book shelf and display area, exposed oak heads over the windows and doors and oak beams to the ceiling. With three picture lights, TV point and ample space to the dining end for a six seat dining suite and for a couple of settees in the living area.

The Village of Gargrave is on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park in North Yorkshire. The river Aire runs through the middle of the village and with three attractive greens running alongside, makes an idyllic place for picnics, paddling, fishing and dog walking. The Leeds Liverpool canal also runs through the village providing boating, fishing and walking (on the level) throughout the year. A well regarded Primary school, St Andrews Church, Village Hall and Library are all close by. Local amenities include a CO-OP, three Public Houses, Restaurant and Cafe's. There is a bus service into Skipton and a train station with services to Leeds & Bradford with connections to all the UK's train stations., London Bradford, Carlisle . The famous Yorkshire Three Peaks are approximately a 30 minute drive away and the Lake District is just over an hour’s drive.

Featuring a range of hand finished bespoke base and wall units in a cottage style including drawers, cupboards, integrated fridge, freezer and slimline dishwasher along with an under-mounted Belfast sink; set below granite work tops. Cooking facilities include a Stoves fan oven with a five ring gas hob and extractor fan above. Cornice to the wall units, open fronted plate rack and illuminated display shelves along with under pelmet lighting complete these quality units. A good sized dining kitchen with ample space for a four seater dining table and featuring a 'Shuttleworth' Yorkshire range with exposed stone head over. Double glazed window with seat below for natural light, exposed roof beams and further exposed timber heads over the door ways. An attractive room with quality oak effect laminate flooring and two UPVC stables doors, one leading to the rear sun entrance and one onto the High Street.

To the rear of the property and more or less south facing, an attractive stone flagged garden sun terrace with dry stone walling and providing al fresco dining and barbecue areas. Plenty of space for pots and plants to make this an attractive courtyard garden.


A delightful 3 bedroomed period property laid out in a long house style and featuring original beams, superb 'Shuttleworth' Yorkshire Range with working fire, bespoke dining kitchen, open plan living-dining room, walk in pantry, house bathroom and attractive stone flagged and walled, raised sun terrace. Rrenovated in 2001 by a local builder for his own use including rewiring, heating, bespoke kitchen byTim Bentley Interiors, lighting and creating an attractive stone flagged sun terrace. Dating back to the early 1700's, the property offers immense charm and surprisingly spacious accommodation with parking close by. The current owner has installed UPVC double glazing throughout along with three new UPVC double glazed stable style doors and a more recently installed boiler. The property benefits from double glazing, gas central heating, mains electric, gas and water.

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24 September 2015


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