5 bedroom terraced house for sale

The Rag Mill, Goose Eye

£360,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Versatile family sized accommodation
  • Unique and full of character
  • 4 / 5 double bedrooms
  • Private and extensive gardens with heated kennels
  • Planned over three floors with spacious reception rooms
  • Grade II listed building
  • Large paddock/croft of 1/2 acre +
  • Potential to create further space in the immaculate loft.
  • Excellent village pub and community
  • Bronte Country with scenic walks.

Full description

Below:-

THE PROPERTY  
An exciting opportunity to acquire a deceptively spacious Grade II listed 5 bedroom character property forming part of what was an historic Rag Mill in this idyllic village location. The property includes Gas Central Heating, private off street parking for several vehicles and extensive private gardens. Viewing the property is an absolute must to fully appreciate the extent of this unique property. The Grade II listed Rag Mill in Goose Eye dates from 1795 and was one of the first Cotton Mills in Yorkshire, worsted cloth and finally used to supply grounded rags to the larger mill also in the village. The property has been sympathetically modernised and now provides tastefully decorated and versatile accommodation spread over three floors but still retaining many character features including beamed ceilings, wooden sash windows, exposed stone features and fireplaces together with the advantage of modern day fixtures and utilities.

ENTRANCE HALL 
Access via a timber door with glazed panel into a large entrance hall with an open hand balustrade staircase to the first floor landing and living accommodation. With original varnish timber flooring, central heating radiator, contemporary-style light fitting, alarm control panel and exposed roof timbers with under stairs storage and access to the ground floor utility room.

UTILITY ROOM 
Housing the property’s’ gas boiler and providing a good amount of storage along with vinyl floor covering along with space and electric for white goods/utility appliances.

CLOAKROOM 
Accessed via the utility room with a window to the side elevation, w.c, wash hand basin with tiled splash back, electric consumer unit, fitted base units with further plumbing for washer and dryer.

KITCHEN DINING ROOM 
A large country-style kitchen with sash windows to the side and front elevations giving a dual aspect and views over the beck and rolling countryside. Comprising a range of fitted wall and base units in grey with contrasting black granite effect worktops with an inset stainless steel bowl-style sink and matching drainer with chrome mixer tap. Partially tiled walls and splash backs. Space for free standing fridge freezer, space and plumbing for dishwasher, a New Home Stoves fan assists double oven with four ring electric hob above. Recessed lighting, telephone point, italian terrazzo floor, timber stable door with glazed panels leading to the side elevation and patio area.

RECEPTION ROOM 1 
A quirky feature of the property with stairs leading to reception room 1, which features oak parquet flooring which has been treated and varnished and gives character to a lovely room which has a large feature window leading onto a second patio area and side gardens giving a large flow of natural light into the room which has exposed timber roof trusses, recessed lighting and a large fireplace sat on a stone hearth with timber mantle and featuring a multi-fuel stove. Wall-mounted electric heater, telephone point, television point.

STAIRS AND LANDING 1 
An open hand balustrade leading from the ground floor arrives at the first floor landing area which has a return staircase leading to the second floor, a large sash window with views over the beck and rolling countryside. With two chandelier-style light fittings and a second alarm control panel.

RECEPTION ROOM 2 / BEDROOM 1  
This room has been previously used as a master suite with access to en-suite bathroom but is also currently occupied as a second reception room giving the large feature window which has views of rolling countryside. The arched window housed the original water wheel to the Rag Mill. With windows to both rear and side elevations, again having a good flow of natural light. This room has the original timber flooring which has been treated and varnished. Exposed timber roof trusses, recessed lighting, central heating radiator, television point, view of a small waterfall from the side window.

BATHROOM 2 / EN SUITE BATHROOM 
A compact and quirky room comprising a three-piece suite with panelled bath, w.c and a wash hand basin sat on a fitted vanity unit. Vinyl floor covering, central heating radiator, recessed storage and pendant-style light fitting.

BEDROOM 2 
A larger than average double bedroom with two sash windows with deep sills overlooking the side elevation and giving a good flow of natural light with five large joiner fitted wardrobes, vanity area, central heating radiator and contemporary-style light fitting.

STAIRS AND LANDING 2 
An open hand balustrade leads from the first floor to the second floor living accommodation and landing with a large sash window at the top of the stairs, again allowing natural light to flow throughout the space. A loft hatch gives access, via a drop down ladder to a large fully carpeted loft space with velux window. A split level landing with two pendant-style light fittings and gives access to the house bathroom and three further bedrooms.

HOUSE BATHROOM 
A three-piece suite comprising a panelled bath with shower attachment and shower curtain, w.c, wash hand basin, partially tiled walls, extractor fan, fitted vanity mirror, recessed storage, pendant-style light fitting and varnished timber flooring.

BEDROOM 3 
Of good-proportions with sash windows to front and side elevations enjoying the same views as previously described. Currently being used as an office space with gas central heating radiator and pendant-style light fitting.

BEDROOM 4  
Currently being used as a nursery with a fitted wardrobe, timber sash window to the side elevation, telephone point, central heating radiator and pendant-style light fitting. A double bedroom or certainly a good single bedroom.

BEDROOM 5  
Currently being used as the master suite, provides large, bright and airy living accommodation on split levels with a feature sloping timber ceiling with double glazed windows giving a flood of light from the top of the room and a further three sash windows to the side and rear elevations give views of rolling countryside. With contemporary-style light fittings, central heating radiator and telephone point.

OUTSIDE 
Access from Main Street, Goose Eye; there is a shared private driveway which provides off-street parking and eventually returns to number 34 The Rag Mill. Beck-side setting with views of rolling countryside to every aspect and a gravelled pathway for the use of number 34 only through two black wrought iron gates which give access to the private gardens which create a real selling feature of the property. The grounds provide a private and tranquil space to enjoy with an array of trees, plants and shrubs with access and views over the beck. Three Yorkshire stone flagged patio areas with access back into the property, hard standing for two sheds and long wood store and a pond which is not currently in use but could easily be reinstated and makes a feature of the original water wheel which was used by The Rag Mill.

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14 May 2016

Nearest stations

  • Keighley (2.4 mi)
  • Steeton & Silsden (2.7 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Keighley (2.4 mi)
  • Steeton & Silsden (2.7 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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