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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Croft House, Old Road, Thornton in Craven

Sold STC £460,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Spacious detached property
  • Set in superb gardens, with fabulous long distance views
  • Upgraded and immaculate presentation
  • Large living / dining room
  • Separate dining room / bedroom 5
  • Master en-suite with new bathroom
  • Garden room / bedroom 4
  • 2 further bedrooms & house bathroom
  • Secluded gardens and living
  • Double garage and ample parking

Full description

A superbly presented four bedroom detached property in an excellent location, offering a very high level of privacy along with stunning, uninterrupted views from the principle rooms onto farmland and the moors beyond. Constructed in 1986 by respected local building company MW & RF Brewster, this individually designed home has a thoughtfully designed layout, taking advantage of the views and offering light and spacious living accommodation. The current owners have upgraded the property during their ownership to include a redesigned master suite with a large bath/shower room, house bathroom and the breakfast kitchen. Offering in brief; a reception hall leading to a cloakroom/utility room, dining room/bedroom 5, a modern breakfast-kitchen with fitted appliances, master bedroom with large en-suite shower room and a spacious sitting room with Minster fireplace. To the lower ground floor, there are two further bedrooms and a delightful garden room with French doors onto the beautiful gardens, which could also be used as a forth bedroom, and a house bathroom. Outside the tarmacadam driveway is approached through a traditional five bar gate, onto parking for three or four vehicles, as well as turning area and leading to a large double garage. The house has beautifully landscaped and maintained gardens to all four sides, offering a high level of privacy and some stunning views onto wooded farmland and the moors. Presented to an excellent standard, this unique family size home has much to offer.

Thornton-in-Craven is a village and civil parish in the Craven district of North Yorkshire. The Pennine Way passes through the village, as does the A56 road which gives direct routes to Manchester which is approximately 45 minutes by car. The village has a church and a primary school. Near the medieval church to the west of the village is a holy well, dating from Saxon times and now covered by an octagonal structure completed in 1764 by the rector. The village playing field, at the bottom of Boothbridge Lane, is home to the first and second XI of Thornton in Craven Cricket Club who compete in different divisions of the Craven League. The village is close to the town of Barnoldswick, with a variety of shops, restaurants, businesses and bus routes to Manchester and beyond and with the bustling market town of Skipton just 10 minutes by car. Manchester can be reached within 1 hour by car or by train (from Colne and Clitheroe) and the M6 within 30 minutes or so. Thornton-in Craven is on a main bus route running between Burnley and Skipton.

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Added on Rightmove:
14 June 2018


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