4 bedroom terraced house for sale

Baring Square, Sutton-in-Craven

Sold STC £230,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Spacious double cottage with parking
  • 4 double bedrooms 2 bath/shower rooms
  • Sitting and further living room
  • Country style kitchen with views
  • Open plan and spacious dining-kitchen
  • Open views to the rear
  • Short stroll to the village centre including parks, pubs and shops
  • Off street parking for 2 or 3 vehicles
  • Excellent local schools and individual shops

Full description

As below:

THE PROPERTY 
Baring Square is a cluster of cottages set round an open forecourt with pleasant long distance views on to the hills opposite and in an area know as The Ellers, which is on the fringe on the larger village of Sutton in Craven. Constructed of coursed stone, set under a pitch stone slate roof and been white washed to the front. With parking for two or three vehicles, this substantial property was formerly two cottages, with number 4 being acquired by the current owners and knocked through to make one larger dwelling. Offering four bedrooms, living room with an open fire, large living/dining kitchen and all with exposed timber floor boards and roof timbers. A further spacious reception room, currently requiring further refurbishment, formerly the lounge of number 4 and complete with open fireplace. The property is predominantly double glazed, with gas central heating and all mains services connected.

SUTTON  
Sutton-in-Craven is a village, civil parish and electoral ward in the Craven district of North Yorkshire. Situated in the Aire Valley between Skipton and Keighley and historically part of the West Riding of Yorkshire, The 2011 Census showed a population of 3,714. The village is adjacent to Glusburn and Cross Hills, but although these three effectively form a small town, Sutton village maintains its distinct identity. With excellent Primary and Second schools and with an abundance of local shops, supermarket, doctors, restaurants and public houses. In the centre of the village there is a superb playing field and park, offering a great space for families and the wider community to enjoy. The village is serviced by regular buses to nearby Keighley and Skipton both of which have excellent rail links to Leeds and beyond and with direct trains running to Kings Cross. The trains stations of Cononley and Steeton are approximately 2.2 and 2.

ENTRANCE PORCH 
Approached from the front forecourt and parking areas via a stable type door, into a covered entrance lobby with a pitched roof, tiled floor and with a further door leading into the sitting room.

SITTING ROOM 
A spacious and square shaped sitting room with feature open fire with bespoke oak jambs and mantle and with an open grate sat on a raised tiled hearth. Attractive recesses with oak beams over to either side of the chimney breast, exposed roof timbers and timber floor. Ample natural light from a double glazed bay window with deep timber sill to the front of the property, with views on to the front gardens and with heating radiator below. A straight flight of stairs lead from the sitting room to the first floor landing and with panelling and bespoke feature wrought iron work. With ample space for one or two settees and associated sitting room furniture.

KITCHEN 
A spacious cottage style kitchen with a range of base units and perhaps requiring a refit but with ample space to do so and featuring and including a range master multi fuel stove cooker set into an exposed stone fireplace recess. With ample natural light from a double glazed window to the rear with a lovely view across open fields and with a Belfast sink below and space for an under mounted fridge freezer. Further features include recessed lighting, exposed roof timbers, and a stable type panel and glazed door again with attractive views and giving access to the rear of the property. A full height door gives access to a small pantry area with plumbing and space for a washing machine and also housing the properties gas boiler.

DINING ROOM 
Open to the kitchen with exposed roof timbers and wide board timber floors and with further door giving access to the utility/wine room. Ample space for an eight or ten seat dining suite and with heating radiator and recessed lighting. Combined with the kitchen this room runs the whole length of the house and being of good width, provides excellent everyday family living space.

SECOND SITTING ROOM  
Currently requiring further renovation being in the recently purchased cottage and providing a spacious second living space with exposed roof timbers, fire place and UPVC double glazed window to the front of the property looking out on to the front gardens. Of good and square proportions and with a number of options.

LANDING  
Featuring built in panel door cupboards to one end and with half height timber panelling throughout providing an attractive feature and with exposed oak timbers and recessed lighting.

MASTER BEDROOM 
A spacious master bedroom with many features including exposed roof timbers, large and useful mezzanine storage area over the en-suite. Original stained glass window and double glazed French doors opening on to aJuliet balcony with fabulous long distance views on to the moors. A square shaped room with ample space for a double bed and fitted or free standing furniture and with central heating radiator and with a door leading into the en-suite shower room.

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM  
Fitted with an unusual 'British telephone box' style shower enclosure, incorporating a 600 x 600 shower tray with thermostatic shower and mermaid boarding. Close coupled WC with matching full pedestal basin with period taps and tiled splash back. Wide-board timber flooring, heating radiator and recessed lighting.

BEDROOM 2 
The largest bedroom in the original cottage and again a very good size double with ample space for a king size bed and fitted or free standing furniture and with two georgian style windows to the front and a further one to the gable giving great natural light. Two central heating radiators, feature exposed king truss and with timber heads over the windows, all provide an attractive feature. Further features include a built in wardrobe over the stairs bulk head and a loft hatch giving access to the roof space.

BEDROOM 3 
To the rear of the property a double bedroom with natural light from two windows one to the gable and one to rear with fabulous long distance views across open fields and up the valley to include Rylstone Fell and Sharphaw Hill in the distance, and with central heating radiator below.

BEDROOM 4 
An unusual and attractive feature wall with children in mind and a smaller double or excellent sized single bedroom, again with fantastic long distance views as with bedroom 3 via the double glazed window with heating radiator below.

HOUSE BATHROOM  
Featuring a clawed-foot bath with side mounted mixer taps and shower head attachment but also with a thermostatic shower with drench head to one end. Matching 'Buckingham' period style full pedestal basin with tiled splash back and high level cistern-period style WC with timber seat. Period style combined heating radiator and towel rail and with tiling to the shower and bath wall areas. Natural light from a Georgian style window to the rear of the property, again with those fantastic views.

OUTSIDE 
There is parking for two vehicles on the front forecourt but potentially for three if the garden area was re-designed, however also incorporating a small lawn area and with a path leading round the house to a raised decking area which in turn leads round to the rear door of the property. With pleasant long distance views from the decking area and gardens and providing a private sun trap and entertaining area and being adjacent to the kitchen door.

SERVICES 
All mains services are connected to the property.

COUNCIL TAX 
Council tax band D

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12 April 2016

Nearest stations

  • Steeton & Silsden (2.0 mi)
  • Cononley (2.2 mi)
  • Keighley (3.9 mi)
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48 North Street, Keighley, West Yorkshire, BD21 3SE

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Nearest stations

  • Steeton & Silsden (2.0 mi)
  • Cononley (2.2 mi)
  • Keighley (3.9 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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