2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Marton Cottage, East Marton. Skipton

Sold STC £200,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Superbly presented double-fronted semi-detached
  • Offering generous sized living space
  • Large living-dining with Danish wood burner
  • Kitchen, cloaks and study
  • 2 double bedrooms and a modern shower room
  • Ample parking
  • Delightful communal grounds
  • Excellent commuter links to Manchester / Leeds

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A superbly presented and deceptively spacious, semi-detached cottage style property, benefiting from the use of delightful communal gardens set in front of Marton House. This attractive 'chocolate box' double fronted and white washed cottage sits under a stone slate roof and with ample parking adjacent to the property. The property was formally part of the original coach house to Marton House and dates back in parts to the 1820's, having been converted to a lovely family home in 2006. Offering spacious accommodation to include two double bedrooms, a modern shower room and a large living-dining room, in addition to a study, cloakroom and kitchen. Benefiting from electric central heating, double glazing, and to include a high quality wood burning stove to the main reception rooms. East Marton is located on the A59 with good connections to Manchester and the business centres of Lancashire as well as Leeds and Leeds/Bradford airport. Just 10 minutes from Skipton with all the facilities that this ever popular market town has to offer.


EAST MARTON 
East Marton is a village in the Craven district of North Yorkshire. It is situated approximately 5.5 miles (8.9 km) west of the market town of Skipton and is on the A59 road. The Leeds and Liverpool Canal passes through the village on its descent from Foulridge and is followed by the Pennine Way. East Marton was an ancient parish, sometimes known as Church Marton or Marton in Craven. Together with West Marton it forms the civil parish of ‘Martons Both’ The Cross Keys pub sits in an elevated position above the canal and Harbour Café-Restaurant.

RECEPTION HALL 
Approached off the parking areas, into an attractive and spacious entrance hall with half-landing staircase leading up to the first floor with cupboard storage below, two heating radiators and a full height door giving access to the hot water storage tank and airing cupboard; ideal for storing and drying clothes.

KITCHEN 
A well planned kitchen offering an excellent range of fitted base and wall units with brush steel contemporary handles and granite effect worktops over. A single bowl stainless steel sink sits to the right of a double glazed window offering a pleasant outlook towards the communal gardens. Offering ample space for baking and food preparation and incorporating a fully integrated fridge / freezer, full size dish washer and with space and plumbing for a washer-dryer. Cooking facilities include an under-mounted fan oven, four ring electric hob and a canopy-style extractor hood over. A full height door gives access to a storage cupboard which also houses the electric consumer board. Recessed lighting, smoke alarm and heating radiator.

LIVING ROOM  
Open plan to the dining room, this very spacious living room has ample space for a couple of sofa's and living room furniture, centred around a high quality Danish wood burning stove. With natural light from a Georgian style sliding sash double glazed window, wall light fittings, heating radiator and finished in period colours.

DINING AREA 
Open plan to the living room and receiving natural light from the living room window as well as a high level Velux window, directly over the dining table area. With ample space for an eight person dining suite and associated furniture, and having heating radiator, adjustable spot lights and finished in period colours.

STUDY 
Off the half landing, a handy home office with exposed roof timbers Velux window and ample space for a desk and study furniture, telephone point, and broadband connection.

CLOAKROOM 
Featuring a dual flush WC and wall mounted wash basin finished in white and with tiled splash-back, heating radiator, extractor fan and multi point adjustable spot lights.

LANDING 
Approached off the return stair case with feature half-landing incorporating a UPVC double glazed window providing good natural light to the stairs area, and with return balustrade opening on to a wide landing. Having two period light fittings and superb exposed king trusses. In addition there is a three quarter height door giving access to some extremely useful eaves storage space, with lighting.

BEDROOM 1 
Offering ample space for a king size bed and side tables along with fitted or free standing furniture. With exposed king truss and purlin, and double glazed Georgian style window to the front of the property, with heating radiator below.

BEDROOM 2 
A further double bedroom again with an attractive exposed king truss and purlin, and with space for a king size bed or double with side tables. Natural light from a double glazed Georgian style window with heating radiator below. A full height door gives access to a walk-in wardrobe, however there is room for further fitted bedroom furniture if required.

SHOWER ROOM 
Of good proportions and featuring a large walk-in shower with side panel glass incorporating hidden valve with thermostatic shower. Also having a dual flush WC and full pedestal basin finished in white and with mirror and illuminated shaver point over. With recessed lighting, exposed roof purlin, Velux window for natural light, chrome ladder style heating radiator, and travertine style tiling

OUTSIDE 
Marton Cottage benefits from access to the large mature communal gardens located in front of the main house, and a dedicated parking space.

SERVICES 
Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property, and the modern heating system is electrically driven via water filled radiators. There is broadband at the property, and a satellite dish.

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Added on Rightmove:
18 May 2018

Nearest stations

  • Gargrave (2.2 mi)
  • Skipton (4.7 mi)
  • Hellifield (5.2 mi)
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1 High Street, Skipton BD23 1AJ

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Nearest stations

  • Gargrave (2.2 mi)
  • Skipton (4.7 mi)
  • Hellifield (5.2 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Hunters, Skipton

1 High Street, Skipton BD23 1AJ

01756 535000 Local call rate

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