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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Draughton, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23

Sold STC £499,950

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

A deceptively spacious detached four bedroom family home in a picturesque and popular village with the addition of beautiful gardens and stunning views.

Meadowcroft House is situated in a quiet and mature cul-de-sac and is set in its own gardens which back onto open fields. The views from the rear of this house overlook the North Yorkshire countryside and to Skipton beyond.
The spacious accommodation revolves around a large reception hall which leads to a spacious kitchen/dining/living room with doors leading to the rear patio and gardens.

This family home has been extensively refurbished and decorated including the installation of a new kitchen, AGA, wood burning stove and en-suite bathroom. Outside as well as extensive easily managed gardens there is a garage and parking for 4 cars.

Draughton is a small cluster of high quality dwellings within easy reach of the bustling market town of Skipton and the historic spa town at Ilkley. Both towns provide well respected schooling for all ages including the Skipton Girls' and Ermysteds Grammar schools situated in Skipton, shops, supermarkets and good public transport facilities which links the area with many of the larger business centres of West Yorkshire and East Lancashire. To the north of the village lies the beautiful open countryside contained within the Yorkshire Dales National park.

To fully appreciate this first class property in more detail an inspection is most certainly recommended.

When entering the village from the Skipton/Ilkley road proceed down the hill for approximately 200 metres where the property is located on the left hand side.


Entrance Area/Utility 
with cornice ceiling, a range of fitted base and wall units having shaker style facades, timber worktops, single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, plumbing for automatic washing machine, panelled dado and granotiled floor.

having low suite wc and corner wash basin.

Reception Hall 
with cornice ceiling, open oak stairs to the first floor with storage under and recessed cupboards having hanging and shelving space, radiator.

Sitting Room 
a large area with feature window having stunning views over the rear garden to the fields beyond, three wall light points, timber fire place surround with raised stone hearth, cast iron multifuel stove, two radiators, television and telephone points.

Sun Room 
having windows to two sides with similar views, sliding patio doors to the rear garden, radiator, granotiled floor and double doors to:-

Dining Room 
with cornice ceiling, two wall light points, telephone point, two radiators, opening into:-

Breakfast Kitchen 
having a range of bespoke fitted base and wall units with burr oak facades, under unit lighting, tiled splashbacks, laminate worktops, single drainer twin bowl acrylic sink unit with mixer tap, integrated fridge and freezer, pale blue two oven oil fired Aga for cooking and hot water, recessed low voltage lighting, television point.

Master Bedroom 
with coved ceiling, two wall light points, television point, radiator.

with part tiled walls, Aqualisa shower fitting over panelled bath and glazed screen, low suite wc, wash basin in vanity unit, heated towel rail, shaver point, recessed low voltage lighting, radiator.

having radiator.


a large area split into two sections having exposed timber work, telephone and television points, attractive long distance views, airing cupboard having hot water cylinder, radiator.

Bedroom Two 
with two under eaves storage areas, radiator.

Bedroom Three 
having one under eaves storage area, radiator.

Bedroom Four 
with one under eaves storage area, radiator, fine views over the surrounding countryside.

House Bathroom 
with Mira shower fitting over panelled bath with glazed screen, pedestal wash basin, dual flush low suite wc, part tiled and part panelled walls, radiator.

A five barred gate leads to a tarmacadam driveway providing parking facilities for several cars and a Single Garage 18'9" x 11'3" having timber doors and pedestrian door, natural light, electric light and power, Worcester oil fired boiler for central heating, fuel store, concrete floor. Adjoining lean to aluminium frame greenhouse. There is a central covered area leading to the entrance door with an implement store and oil tank area off.

Between the house and the main street is a large lawned garden area, gently sloping with trees, shrubs and enclosed by a stone wall. At the side of the property are further tarmacadam parking facilities. To the rear of the house are delightful, level, landscaped gardens having two paved sitting out areas, dwarf stone wall, flowerborders and shrubs. Beyond this is an enclosed triangular shaped area of field the length of the rear boundary wall abutting open fields. Further information is available through the sole selling agents.


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04 May 2017

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