3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Oak Lea, Bradley

Sold STC £165,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Delightful South-West facing cottage
  • Deceptively spacious having 2 double bedrooms and a large single
  • Spacious sitting room and a modern dining-kitchen
  • Off street parking for 2 vehicles
  • Pleasant gardens and views
  • Village location with shop, pub and school
  • GAS heating and double glazed
  • Just a short drive from the busy market town of Skipton
  • 2 trains stations within 3 miles. On a bus route.
  • No forward chain.

Full description

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THE PROPERTY 
A well-presented, three bedroomed mid-terrace property, set in a pleasant and slightly elevated position in this attractive and sought after village. Enjoying mainly lawned gardens to the front, providing an attractive approach and being south-west facing with a stone flagged sun terrace across the front of the property. Offering in brief:- a spacious living room, modern dining-kitchen, small utility room, three bedrooms ( two of which are double), refurbished house bathroom and parking for two vehicles including a car porch, to the rear. Being double glazed throughout and with gas central heating and providing a deceptively spacious family sized property with some delightful long distance views, yet only being a few minutes’ drive from the busy market town of Skipton.

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 HALL 
Approached from the south-west facing front gardens into an entrance hall via a UPVC panelled and glazed door with matching side light. Having a heating radiator, centre light point, smoke alarm and stairs rising to the first floor.

LIVING ROOM 
Of excellent proportions and being square shaped in layout, allowing ample space for a couple of sofas and associated living room furniture. Featuring a large double glazed and mullioned window looking out onto the south westerly garden with delightful views onto the back of Rombolds Moor. A central feature is the contemporary-style pebble effect fire, set into a limestone surround and hearth. Further features include pictures rails and a range of built in cupboards providing excellent storage. With centre light point and doors leading to the dining-kitchen and entrance hall.

DINING-KITCHEN 
A modern kitchen of good proportions and featuring a range of oak-fronted base and wall units with cornice and pelmet and granite-effect worktops. Great natural light from two double glazed windows looking out onto the rear courtyard, having a one and a half stainless steel sink below the larger one. With space for a tall fridge freezer, free standing cooker and automatic washing machine. Having ceramic tiled floor and ample room for a four seat dining suite and with further natural light and access to the rear courtyard via an oak effect UPVC stable-style door.

UTILITY CUPBOARD 
Off from the kitchen through a full-height door into a small utility area incorporating the property’s Worcester combination boiler and with natural light from a double glazed window with obscure glass.

UNDER STAIRS CUPBOARD 
Again off from the kitchen and with the ceramic flooring continuing through, a large walk in cupboard providing great space for the storage of coats and other outdoor gear.

LANDING  
Approached from the straight flight of stairs with a return balustrade onto the landing. With loft hatch giving access to the roof space and centre light point.

BEDROOM 1 
Of good proportions and set to the front of the property with some delightful far reaching views across the village from the double glazed UPVC window with heating radiator below. Ample space for a double bed and fitted or free standing wardrobes and with feature cast iron period fireplace (not currently in use), and feature bed head wall.

BEDROOM 2 
At the rear of the property, a further good sized double room again with a large UPVC double glazed window with some pleasant long distance views and heating radiator below. Having a feature wall, picture rail and ample space for a double bed and associated furniture.

BEDROOM 3 
A good sized single bedroom, set to the front of the property and with the now familiar, delightful long distance views across the Aire Valley towards Cononley. With heating radiator and centre light point.

HOUSE BATHROOM 
More recently refitted in a Mediterranean-style with full sized panelled bath, having a HANSGROE thermostatic shower with adjustable head over, Roca full pedestal basin and matching dual flush WC. With travertine-style full-height tiling to the walls and with mermaid boarding to the ceiling incorporating recessed lighting. Natural light from a double glazed window with obscure glass, fitted vanity cupboard, heating radiator and extractor fan.

OUTSIDE  
To the front of the property, there are attractive south-west facing gardens, catching the majority of the sun. Laid mainly to lawn and with a tarmacadam footpath leading up to the front sun terrace which in turn provides a seating area. To the rear of the property, (approached either from the lane to the side or through the kitchen), there is parking for two vehicles and a large shed.

SERVICES  
All mains services are connected.

COUNCIL TAX BAND C 

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
26 October 2016

Nearest stations

  • Cononley (1.3 mi)
  • Skipton (2.1 mi)
  • Steeton & Silsden (3.2 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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48 North Street, Keighley, West Yorkshire, BD21 3SE

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Nearest stations

  • Cononley (1.3 mi)
  • Skipton (2.1 mi)
  • Steeton & Silsden (3.2 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Hunters, Keighley

48 North Street, Keighley, West Yorkshire, BD21 3SE

01535 447009 Local call rate

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