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3 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

Serendip, Hartley Green, Long Preston


Property Description

Key features

  • Deceptively spacious family home
  • 3 bedrooms, 3 reception rooms and 2 bath/shower rooms
  • Cosy living areas with BAXI open fire to the sitting room
  • Superb open plan kitchen-dining-extended sun room
  • Delightful and enclosed rear gardens
  • Single garage with storage and further drive parking
  • On the level and close to village Post Office, pubs and Church
  • 5 minute walk to Long Preston train station
  • 45 Minutes to the South Lakes
  • 20 Minutes into Skipton

Full description


A superbly presented and deceptively spacious three bedroom, three reception room, en-suite end town house. Constructed of Yorkshire stone under a pitched roof and being extended to the rear in the form of a striking sun room. Offering family-sized living space and with delightful enclosed courtyard-style gardens to the rear, cottage gardens to the front and with the added benefit of a single garage with personnel door from the back gardens. Benefiting from gas central heating and double glazing, this property must be viewed to appreciate the quality and quantity of accommodation. Having a convenient lay out with a sitting room to the front of the property, dining room and large extended dining kitchen with sun room. A modern, well-insulated and economical property yet also retaining Yorkshire Dales characteristics. With great natural light throughout and enjoying a village location within The Yorkshire Dales National Park and conservation area.

To the front of the property, there is an attractive and enclosed cottage-style garden with stone flagging, flower beds and well-stocked gravel beds. A stone flagged path leads down the side to the rear of the property past an iron gate, fuel storage bins and the service door for the Baxi fire. Opening out onto substantial hard landscaped gardens providing a delightful oasis and sun trap and obviously being well-loved and thought out. With extensive garden lighting, gravelled borders and beds, extensive natural stone flagging and being adjacent to both the French doors out of the sun room and the single door out of the kitchen, making this a great space for al-fresco dining and entertaining. Extremely attractive and private gardens with the door leading to the garage. In addition, there is a delightful ‘secret’ walled courtyard area, approached through a door into a sitting area and giving access to a stone-built out-house, providing storage for bikes and other outdoor gear.


This property has to be seen to appreciate the level of quality and space that this family home has to offer. With a great layout downstairs for everyday living and entertaining and opening onto the delightful rear gardens and with all the facilities that you could want from a family home, including parking and a garage. With low maintenance in mind and being handy for the train station and bus as well as two excellent local public houses and a village post office almost directly opposite. You must come and view this property, you will not be disappointed.

With potential to open up into the kitchen to make one very large open plan dining kitchen space, but currently used as a snug. With natural light from a UPVC mullion window looking out onto the delightful rear gardens with heating radiator below. Currently used as a snug (there is ample dining space in the kitchen-diner) and having ample space for a couple of sofas. Centre light and television point.

Of open plan design but laid out in three sections to provide a kitchen area, dining space and a delightful living space into the extension. The kitchen offers a range of shaker-style base and wall units with pelmet and under-pelmet lighting and with contemporary-style brushed chrome handles and beech-effect laminate worktops. Having a contemporary-style circular stainless steel sink and drainer set into the worktop, with a mixer lever tap over and timber panelled splash backs providing an attractive feature. Integrated appliances include a fridge, freezer and full-sized dishwasher, along with cooking facilities of a free-standing stainless steel double oven and grill with four ring ceramic hob, stainless steel splash-back and canopy-style extractor hood over. With space and plumbing for a washing machine, recessed lighting and being open-plan to the dining and sun room areas, great for entertaining. Slate floor tiles continue through to the dining area.

Sun Room An extension by the current owners providing a delightful sun room/living space with a contemporary twist including an exposed stone wall and a bespoke double glazed atrium providing great natural light to this area, which is ideal for relaxing or entertaining. With good natural light and delightful views onto the rear courtyard garden from the UPVC double glazed French windows with matching window light to one side. Background central heating from a contemporary-style vertical radiator, recessed lighting and being open to the dining area and kitchen, making these three areas great for everyday living and entertaining.

Approached from the entrance hall via a straight flight of stairs with stained hand rail and spindles and matching return balustrade, opening onto a spacious landing area. With a drop down loft hatch and ladder, giving access to the boarded roof space, providing great storage. Centre light point, smoke alarm, heating radiator and doors off to all 3 bedrooms and the bathroom.

Set to the front of the property with an almost full-width double glazed and mullioned window, looking out onto the village, with heating radiator below. A double bedroom with an excellent range of fitted, mirror-fronted wardrobes providing hanging space with shelving over. Having recessed lighting, ample space for a king-sized bed and tables and with a door leading to the en-suite.

Approached from the front cottage garden via a stone flagged pathway and composite door with glazed panel and double glazed window to one side. Having slate tiled floor, central heating radiator and also housing the property’s electric consumer unit. A timber and glazed door leads through to the entrance hall and allows natural light to flow into this rea of the house. The entrance porch provides great space for kicking off wet shoes and hanging coats before entering the carpeted entrance hall.

Long Preston is an attractive Yorkshire Dales village sited on the main A65 road twelve miles from Skipton (popularly known as the 'Gateway to the Dales'), and four miles from the historic market town of Settle. The village benefits from two public houses, post office/general store, regular bus service and tree lined greens, with footpaths leading directly to the surrounding hills. Long Preston has just over three hundred households, and is a friendly community with many residents working in the village, as well as commuting to the neighbouring towns. The village's Endowed Primary School is well attended, serving not only Long Preston but also some of the outlying hamlets, has recently had an annexe added for pre-school children. The railway station on the edge of the village gives access to Skipton, Bradford and Leeds in one direction and to Settle, Carnforth and Carlisle in the other. There is also an hourly bus service to Skipton and to Settle.

Having a stained softwood staircase rising to the first floor landing and with a half-height door below giving access to storage space. Heating radiator, centre light point and smoke alarm.

Directly off from the hallway and comprising a two-piece-suite with period-style WC, full pedestal wash basin with antique-style taps and travertine splash-back. With quality timber flooring, heating radiator, extractor fan and centre light point.

Set to the front of the property and with an almost full-width double glazed and mullioned window looking out onto the cottage-style gardens, with heating radiator below. A light living room with ample space for a couple of sofa’s and associated furniture and featuring a carved stone fireplace with a Baxi solid fuel open fire, which is easily cleaned and maintained via an external access point. There is a further radiator for background heating, centre light point and in all, a modern and cosy sitting room.

A three-piece suite including a full-sized timber panel deep metal bath with antique-style taps and shower head attachment over, WC with timber seat and full pedestal basin with matching taps to the bath. Being fully tiled to the bath area and reducing to half-height tiling to the remainder and with heating radiator, shaver point, centre light point and recessed lighting.Having an extractor fan and a UPVC double glazed window for ventilation and natural light. A full-height door gives access to an over-stairs bulk-head cupboard, for the storage of linen and towels and also incorporating the property’s indirect water tank and heating controls. With exposed timber flooring.

Of twin-wall construction and having a pitched roof providing handy storage over the internal parking space, which is approached off the key block drive via an up-and-over door. With the advantage of a personnel door leading straight through to the rear gardens and with outside tap, overhead lighting and storage units to the rear. In front of the garage there is off-street parking for one vehicle on the key block sets.

Incorporating a period-style suite with an 800 x 600 double shower enclosure incorporating a thermostatic shower valve with adjustable head, full-pedestal basin with antique-style taps and matching WC with timber seat. With full-height tiling to the shower area and reducing to half for the remainder, solid wood flooring, recessed lighting, central heating radiator, shaver point and with natural light from a UPVC double glazed window to the gable end.

Set to the rear of the property, a further double bedroom with good natural light and attractive views over the rear gardens from the UPVC double glazed window with double panel heating radiator below. Again with a range of fitted wardrobes with sliding door fronts and providing hanging space with storage over. Ample room for a double bed, tables, further furniture and with recessed lighting.

A good-sized single bedroom with attractive views, some long-distance, from a UPVC double glazed mullion window with heating radiator below. With ample space for a single bed and associated furniture.

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08 July 2016


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