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2 bedroom terraced house for sale

Zetland Terrace, Low Laithe, HG3


Property Description

Key features

  • Very well-presented terrace cottage
  • Two bedrooms
  • Modernised throughout
  • Enclosed rear cottage garden
  • Views to the front
  • Desirable village location
  • Viewing highly recommended

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

This particularly well-presented terrace cottage features a delightful enclosed garden, offering two bedroom characterful accommodation which has been modernised throughout, with attractive views in a desirable village in Nidderdale.

An appealing terrace cottage which has been stylishly updated throughout whilst preserving its period charm, in a lovely village location in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The property has been recently refurbished in 2010/2011 and is offered with new gas-fired central heating system, new double glazed windows and has been rewired and replastered, with neutral decor throughout. Approached at the front by a porch and access to a well-proportioned sitting room with a stone fire surround, there is a breakfast kitchen to the rear with a range of modern units, integrated appliances and a staircase to the first floor. There is a double bedroom to the front with attractive views, a further bedroom to the rear and a modern bathroom with a white suite. Externally there is a forecourt garden to the front and to the rear there is an established garden, with a path adjacent to the house and above steps lead through a terraced garden with a stone built storage shed. Having well-stocked beds and borders and a seating area to the far end of the garden with a gate leading to the lane.

Proceed towards Pateley Bridge and pass through the village of Summerbridge. On entering Low Laithe continue until the left hand bend where Zetland Terrace can be found on the right hand side, opposite Ye Olde Oak public house, the property is identified by our for sale sign.

Low Laithe is a popular Nidderdale village offering convenient access to both Harrogate and Pateley Bridge as well as the beautiful countryside including walks along The River Nidd and Brimham Rocks nearby. The property is within easy reach of the village's public house, bus stop and bridalways, extensive amenities catering for most daily needs are provided at the neighbouring village of Summerbridge where there is a primary school, shop, post office, petrol station/garage and butchers. There is a regular bus service and easy road access into Harrogate and Pateley Bridge which each offer more extensive facilities and give access to Ripon, York and further afield are accessible for the commuter.

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Added on Rightmove:
22 November 2016

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