3 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

East Lane, Embsay, Skipton, BD23 6QA

Sold STC £235,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Charming village cottage
  • Generous size accommodation
  • 3 double bedrooms
  • Large through living-sitting room + separate dining room
  • Breakfast-kitchen and small cellar
  • On street parking close by
  • Attractive fore-garden and walled west facing yard to the rear
  • Very close to the shop and one of the 2 village pubs
  • 5 Minute drive into the large market town of Skipton
  • Just within the borders of The Yorkshire Dales National Park

Full description

Below:-

THE PROPERTY 
A substantial terrace property, situated at the end of a row of similar properties in the heart of this attractive and sought after Dales village. Constructed of stone, under a pitched slate roof and with gas central heating and all mains services connected. Whilst the property would now benefit from cosmetic improvements, is ready for immediate occupation. Having attractive features including Georgian-style windows, stone recessed fireplace, tall ceilings and cast iron fireplace to the two double bedrooms. In brief comprising:- three bedrooms, house bathroom, dining room / snug and two reception rooms being open to each other via an open archway. In addition, there is a breakfast kitchen with an attractive outlook onto the enclosed yard and a courtyard-style terrace to the front. The property is adjacent to the village shop and with two excellent public houses in the village.

ENTRANCE HALL 
Approached from the stone flagged sun terrace into a spacious entrance hall with original plasterwork feature and with a return staircase leading up to the first floor landing. With William Morris wall-coverings and a full height door giving access to a small cellar under the stairs, providing great storage and with a window to the gable end.

LIVING / SITTING ROOM  
A spacious, open-plan living / sitting room with through light from large Georgian windows to the front and rear and one having a window seat below. To the front there are some partial long distance views and the rear window looks out onto the attractive walled yard. This spacious room is currently partially divided via a large open archway providing a sitting room to the rear with further living space to the front. Having an excellent range of built-in display shelves and book cases into arched recesses and a central feature being an exposed stone fireplace incorporating a gas fires stove-style fire sat on a tiled hearth. With coving to ceiling, two multipoint spotlight units, central heating radiator and ample space for sofas, further chairs and a television. Also featuring William Morris wallpaper but perhaps now requiring some cosmetic finishes to make a spacious yet cosy family room.

DINING ROOM / HOME OFFICE 
With natural light from two large Georgian-style windows to the front of the property with a pleasant outlook and with heating radiator below. Having wide-board laminate flooring, coving to ceiling, multipoint adjustable spotlights and providing space for either a dining suite, snug or home office.

BREAKFAST KITCHEN 
To the rear of the property and with two UPVC double glazed Georgian-style windows, one to the gable end and one with an attractive outlook to the rear walled yard. Offering a range of base and wall units with Beech-effect doors, laminate worktops over and incorporating a stainless steel sink and drainer. Fitted appliances include; a Neff four ring ceramic hob and matching stainless steel fan oven and grill. Having space and plumbing for a washing machine and fridge, along with a wall-mounted Worcester gas-fired boiler and further space for a four seat breakfast table, fitted shelving and double panel heating radiator. Further natural light and access onto the rear yard via a UPVC double glazed door with window over.

STAIRS AND LANDING  
Off the entrance hall which is decorated with William Morris wallpaper and features an arched window to the half landing. With return balustrade opening onto a spacious landing with a drop down loft hatch and ladder giving access to a substantial roof space (and perhaps with potential for further development, subject to planning and head height). Heating radiator, centre light point and doors off to all three bedrooms and house bathroom.

BEDROOM 1  
A spacious bedroom with ample room for a king sized bed and associated furniture but currently with a range of fitted cupboards to one side of the Victorian cast iron display fireplace and with space for fitted furniture to the recces on the other side. Great amounts of natural light from a large UPVC double glazed window with double panel heating radiator below and offering some attractive views onto open fields as well as a striking view of Embsay Crag in the distance.

BEDROOM 2 
A further good size bedroom, again with a cast iron display fireplace and a range of fitted wardrobes along one wall. Ample space for a double bed and further furniture and with natural light and some attractive long distance views from the Georgian-style UPVC double glazed window to the front elevation, with a heating radiator below.

BEDROOM 3 
Currently set up as a twin but with ample space for a double bed if required and with some attractive long-distance views from the UPVC Georgian-style double glazed window to the front elevation with heating radiator below.

HOUSE SHOWER ROOM  
Featuring a 1200 x 600 walk in shower enclosure with thermostatic shower valve, drench head and hand held shower head unit. Period-style WC and matching full pedestal basin with tiled splash-back and shelving to one side. There is a large built-in-cupboard incorporating the property’s hot water cylinder and providing excellent airing space for towels and linen. Having a double panel heating radiator, multipoint adjustable spotlight and good natural light from a large UPVC double glazed window with some attractive views.

OUTSIDE 
To the front of the property, approached via a short set of stone steps off the street, there is an stone flagged fore-garden with mature shrubs and trees and providing an attractive approach to the front door. To the rear there is an attractive walled yard approached either from the kitchen door or from the side of the property via a timber door. Having raised beds and providing access to two substantial outhouses. This walled courtyard is west facing and provides a very private place to sit and relax. There is on street parking close by.

AUTHORS NOTE  
16 East Lane offers the chance for a young family or retired couple to purchase a delightful cottage in the heart of The Yorkshire Dales National Park, with excellent local amenities and the added advantage of a highly regarded primary school and being in the catchment area for Ermysteds and Skipton Girls Grammar School. As previously mentioned, now requiting some upgrading but very much habitable and with generous internal living space we recommend a viewing at your earliest opportunity.

SERVICES 
All mains services are connected

COUNCIL TAX BAND D 

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20 July 2016

Nearest stations

  • Skipton (2.1 mi)
  • Cononley (4.4 mi)
  • Gargrave (4.8 mi)
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1 High Street, Skipton BD23 1AJ

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Nearest stations

  • Skipton (2.1 mi)
  • Cononley (4.4 mi)
  • Gargrave (4.8 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Hunters, Skipton

1 High Street, Skipton BD23 1AJ

01756 535000 Local call rate

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