2 bedroom terraced house for sale

Lark Rise, Chapel Terrace, Bradley

Sold STC £199,950

Property Description

Key features

  • A superbly presented period cottage
  • Cosy, charming yet of generous proportions
  • Inglenook with multi-fuel stove
  • Large dining-kitchen
  • 2 Double bedrooms with views
  • Fore-garden with lawn and seating area
  • Rear Al-fresco stone flagged patio
  • Some pleasant views across the village onto moors
  • Excellent village Primary school, public house and shop
  • 5 minute drive into Skipton and train station

Full description

Below:-

THE PROPERTY  
A well-maintained and presented period cottage, dating to the mid-seventeen hundreds and offering a wealth of charm and character. Having deceptively spacious accommodation comprising in brief; a good sized square shaped sitting room with an exposed stone inglenook fireplace, spacious dining-kitchen, two double bedrooms and a house bathroom. Being double glazed throughout, with gas central heating and a pleasant outlook across the village with some long distance views. Outside, there is a fore-garden laid to lawn and a tarmacadam path leading to the street.To the rear there is a stone flagged sun terrace and al-fresco dining area.

BRADLEY  
The village of Bradley is located approximately two miles south east of Skipton and is surrounded by beautiful countryside, glorious views and borders the Leeds/Liverpool canal. Bradley offers a substantial range of amenities for a small village including a general store, primary school, Church, public house, village hall and cricket club. Skipton offers a more comprehensive range of shopping and amenities together with excellent secondary schooling. Bradley is within 3 miles of two railway stations providing regular daily services into Leeds/Bradford, Settle/Carisle and a daily direct London service. Enjoying a regular bus service, the village is ideally located for commuting to Leeds and Manchester. Leeds Bradford Airport is approximately 25 minutes driving time.

ENTRANCE LOBBY  
Off from the front gardens via an oak door leading into an entrance vestibule with double panel heating radiator, door and original stone stairs leading to the first floor, and further ledged and braced door leading into the living room.

LIVING ROOM 
Of square shape in lay out with space for a couple of sofas and featuring a superb exposed stone Inglenook fireplace incorporating a multi-fuel stove sat on a stone hearth and with background lighting. Natural light from a UPVC double glazed window to the front of the property with a pleasant outlook across the fore-gardens, having a window seat and double panel heating radiator. With built in cupboards, raised television shelf, exposed roof timbers and centre light point and providing for a charming yet spacious cottage-style living room.

CELLAR 
Approached off living room, down a flight of original stone steps into a carpeted cellar with a small window to the front of the property for natural light and having double panel heating radiator, and adjustable spot light. This room has been used as an occasional bedroom, and would certainly make a great home office / storage / wine cellar.

KITCHEN 
Of good proportions and with ample space for a six seat dining suite. Having a range of bespoke, timber-fronted base and wall units with laminate worktops. Fitted appliances include; a Whirlpool stainless steel fan oven, four ring gas hob and with space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. The worktops incorporate an under-mounted Belfast sink with timber drainers to either side and antique brass taps over and with tiled splash back running along the length of the worktops. Featuring exposed roof timbers with recessed lighting and a superb Yorkshire Stone floor. With natural light from a UPVC double glazed window to the rear of the property with double panel heating radiator below. Further natural light from the hardwood timber and glazed door leading out onto the rear sun terrace.

LANDING  
Approached from the original exposed stone stairs onto an attractive landing with borrowed light from the bathroom and with doors leading off to both bedrooms.

BEDROOM 1 
A large and superbly presented double bedroom, featuring exposed wide board original floor boards and roof timbers. With ample space for a king sized bed and fitted or free standing bedroom furniture but also having a range of built-in timber-fronted wardrobes with cupboards above. Natural light and attractive long distance views across the village onto the moors from the UPVC double glazed window with window seat and heating radiator below.

BEDROOM 2 
To the rear of the property, currently set up as a twin bedroom and with natural light from a UPVC double glazed window looking across onto open farmland. With further space for fitted or free standing furniture and a centre light point.

BATHROOM 
Comprising of; a panelled bath with antique-style taps and shower head attachment over. Armitage shanks full pedestal basin finished in white and matching WC. Being fully tiled throughout and with UPVC double glazed window for natural light, heated chrome ladder-style radiator, fitted mirror and a louvre-fronted built-in cupboard housing the property’s Vokera gas central heating boiler.

OUTSIDE  
To the front of the property, there is an attractive triangular-shaped fore-garden laid to lawn and a tarmacadam path leading to Main Street. To the rear, a raised sun terrace providing al-fresco dining area and catching the westerly sun.

SERVICES 
All mains services are connected

COUNCIL TAX BAND C  

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
17 October 2016

Nearest stations

  • Cononley (1.2 mi)
  • Skipton (2.3 mi)
  • Steeton & Silsden (3.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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1 High Street, Skipton BD23 1AJ

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Nearest stations

  • Cononley (1.2 mi)
  • Skipton (2.3 mi)
  • Steeton & Silsden (3.0 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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