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4 bedroom detached bungalow for sale

Holme Lea, Moor Lane, Eastburn

Sold STC £315,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Superbly positioned detached bungalow
  • Top of a quiet lane with delightful views up the valley
  • Spacious and versatile living space
  • Fab dining-kitchen
  • Delightful and generous size gardens
  • Garage and further parking for 4 or 5 vehicles
  • Excellent transport links.

Full description

As below:

Set to the front of the property, a spacious double bedroom with ample space for a king sized bed and fitted or free-standing furniture and with magnificent views to wake up to, from the panoramic UPVC double glazed window overlooking the park onto the moors beyond, and with double panel heating radiator below. With oak flooring throughout, feature wall and centre light point.

Currently used as home office but a double bedroom if required and with natural light a large UPVC double glazed window to the front of the property with attractive views across the gardens, and with heating radiator below.

Slightly smaller than bedroom 3 and again with a UPVC double glazed window looking onto the front gardens with heating radiator below, and this time with oak flooring.

Snug by name but not by nature, a good sized room featuring a multi-fuel stove sat on a raised stone hearth which no doubt throws vast amounts of heat into this cosy second living room. Featuring a stone arch which leads to further space and an exposed-stone-mullioned window with double glazed units looking out onto the front gardens. With secondary heating from a wall mounted electric radiator and with further arched stonework encompassing a leaded and double glazed window giving further light. Having centre light point, coving to the ceiling and oak flooring.

More recently refurbished and with the added benefit of a separate shower enclosure. A three-piece suite includes a quality clawed foot roll-top period-style bath with wall mounted mixer lever taps and shower head attachment, set below a double glazed window with obscure glass. Period style full pedestal basin with matching taps to the bath and a close-coupled WC. In addition, there is a quadrant shower enclosure featuring body shower jets, drench head and hand held adjustable shower head unit. With full height tiling to the walls and contrasting tiling to the floor, period-style heating radiator, recessed lighting and attractive listello to the basin and WC walls which are half-tiled.

Giving access to the remaining rooms of the house with oak flooring, heating radiator, centre light point, attractive timber coving to ceiling and with a full-height cupboard providing excellent storage for outdoor gear. A pair of panelled and glazed French doors open up onto to a small front entrance vestibule with further UPVC stained and leaded door leading out onto the front gardens.

With fantastic views and great amounts of natural light from a double glazed sliding patio-style window with two further full height windows to either side. Having oak flooring throughout and featuring a coal-effect living flame gas fire with marble surround and hearth. Further natural light from a double glazed window to the side elevation with heating radiator below. With coving to ceiling, attractive feature wall, period-style centre light point and two matching wall lights.

Off from the dining-kitchen and with a pleasant outlook from the floor-to-ceiling double glazed windows across the length of one wall, onto the attractive gardens. Two full-height side-hung windows give access directly onto the stone flagged footpaths and gardens. Further natural light from a double glazed window to the rear elevation with attractive views across the village recreation park towards Kildwick. A pair of UPVC French doors open onto the side garden. Having ample space for a double bed and with a range of built-in full-height wardrobes with cupboards over. Featuring two retro period-style radiators, quality oak flooring, multipoint adjustable spot light, coving to ceiling, loft hatch to roof space and with a dressing area to one end.

Incorporating a quadrant shower cubicle with ‘drench’ shower head, body jets, integrated lighting and hand held shower head. Dual flush close coupled WC and contemporary, glass vanity basin with mixer lever tap sat on a chrome pedestal. Natural light from a UPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation with some pleasant long distance views and this room being fully tiled including an attractive listello and with contrasting tiling to the floor, recessed lighting and an extractor fan

Just off from the inner hall, a useful space with plumbing and space for a washing machine, tumble dryer, fridges and freezers if required and also housing the property’s Vokera wall-mounted combination boiler. With stone flagged flooring and centre light point.

The property is approached via a pair of double wrought-iron gates leading onto a key-block driveway and with further gravelled drive areas providing parking for four or five vehicles, and also leading to the detached garage. To the front of the property, there is space for (and the sale includes) two timber garden sheds. There are extensive gardens being well-tended and laid mainly to lawn with well-stocked borders, featuring specimen trees and shrubs along with a pond and pleasant sitting areas. The gardens return down each side of the property and onto the back with further substantial borders, bounded by walls and fencing and also with attractive laurel hedge. Having a slate al-fresco dining area immediately off from the sitting room sliding door and the rear entrance porch, being south facing and providing a private area to enjoy an evening meal whilst looking out over the recreation area below, and onto the hills towards Skipton.

A detached garage, approached from the limestone driveway with up and over door and window to the side elevation for natural light. There is also power and lighting to the garage.

All mains services are connected


During the dictation of these particulars, it became very apparent that Holme Lea is something special and well worthy of a viewing. Whilst stood in the gardens, all I can hear is birdsong and the occasional very distant vehicle down on the old Skipton to Keighley road. A tranquil location, offering a high degree of privacy with great parking, beautiful gardens and versatile living space. Do not miss the opportunity to have a look at this property, you will be impressed with the size and position.

The village of Eastburn is twix Cross Hills and Steeton and offers a general store, Post Office and public house together with a highly regarded primary school. The neighbouring village of Crosshills is only a short distance away and offers an excellent selection of schools, shops and recreational facilities. There is a regular bus service and Steeton train station is approximately one mile away with direct trains to Leeds, Bradford and Skipton, Settle and the west coast in the other direction.

A superbly presented and spacious family-sized bungalow, set in delightful gardens in an almost semi-rural location, situated towards the top of Moor Lane, which is an un-adopted road. The property has superb long distance views across the Aire Valley towards Skipton and beyond with the famous Sharphaw Hill, clearly visible in the distance. Having generous sized, well-stocked gardens and including a single garage and parking for four or five vehicles. Offering four bedroomed accommodation, superb farmhouse-style dining-kitchen, sitting room with splendid views across the valley, utility room and further snug/ sitting room. Off from the dining-kitchen, a conservatory looking out onto the gardens. Holme Lea offers a private and secluded living space, yet handy for transport links and local amenities.

A partially glazed and pitched-slate roof, more a sun room than a conservatory. Having panoramic UPVC windows to three elevations and with a door leading out onto the gardens. With slate flooring and ample space for four or five chairs or an eight seat dining suite. Having two contemporary-style wall light points, electric power outlets and a contemporary-style heating radiator.

Constructed of stone and having a pitched slate roof. Opening onto a stone flagged floor with natural light from the UPVC panelled and glazed door and having two further UPVC windows to each side elevation. Offering a handy space to kick off wet shoes and clothes before entering into the dining-kitchen, through a leaded-stained-glass door.

Of excellent proportions, with a good range of beech-effect base and wall units with antique-style handles and with some glass fronted display cabinets. Having granite-effect worktops offering large amounts of food preparation space and with a one and a half bowl, stainless steel sink and mixer tap located below a large double glazed window looking out onto the delightful gardens. With tiling between the worktops and the wall units, which have under-pelmet lighting. Featuring a range-cooker which is built into a chimney breast style recess with oak jambs and mantle and tiled splash-back. The cupboards offer ample storage space and also include an integrated Zanussi dishwasher and space for a tall fridge freezer. A superb family living space with room for a six seat farmhouse-style table and with oak flooring running throughout.

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22 June 2016

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