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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Croft House, Ickornshaw, Cowling,

Sold STC £324,950

Property Description

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This imposing and well equipped individual semi-detached house provides family sized four bedroomed accommodation of particular merit enjoying a slightly elevated location close to the Pennine Way on the edge of beautiful open countryside whilst also commanding fine long distance southerly views at the front.

Constructed circa 1875 predominantly in stone, this very appealing home includes charming original period features together with gas central heating, UPVC sealed unit double glazing, a conservatory extension, quality fittings and fixtures.

Very strongly recommended indeed for inspection, the property offers briefly - a reception hall, a sitting room with a period fireplace and a dining room, a stylish fitted dining kitchen with built-in appliances whilst through to a conservatory extension, a rear hallway, a cloak room and shower room. There is also a cellar including a stone table. On the first floor are four bedrooms which all enjoy fine long distance views and there is a luxurious bathroom with a quality contemporary white suite including a shower to the bath. The house stands in an attractive established garden and there is also off-road vehicular parking. An out-building at the rear provides a studio/study or children's room.

Surrounded by beautiful open countryside, Ickornshaw and Cowling together are served by local amenities including a primary school, a Church and chapel, a sub post office, a public house, a restaurant, takeaways, sports clubs and a bus service.

The larger neighbouring village of Cross Hills provides more extensive amenities together with the well respected South Craven secondary school.

The towns of Skipton, Keighley and Colne are all situated within circa fifteen minutes travelling distance by car whilst the business centres of West Yorkshire and East Lancashire are within comfortable daily commuting distance.

Railway stations are available at the nearby villages of Cononley and Steeton.

Certainly providing a unique opportunity, this attractively improved property has much to commend it, comprising in further detail:



GROUND FLOOR

RECEPTION HALL
With a traditional partly glazed front entrance door. Two central heating radiators. Ceiling cornices, ceiling rose and an archway feature. Spindled return staircase with a mahogany handrail and side panelling.

SITTING ROOM
16'10" (into bay) x 15'9" with a stone mullioned UPVC sealed unit double glazed splay bay window providing fine long distance southerly views. Double and single central heating radiators. Feature Victorian slate fireplace with a black quarry tiled hearth and a living gas open coal fire. Arched side alcove with wall light points. Ornate ceiling cornices and rose. Picture rails.

DINING ROOM
11'7" x 11'6" with UPVC sealed unit double glazing providing views beyond the lawned side garden. Two central heating radiators. Victorian cast iron fireplace surround. Picture rails. Ceiling cornices and rose. Serving hatch through from the kitchen.

FITTED DINING KITCHEN
13' x 12' well equipped with a quality range of base and wall units in contemporary light oak style providing contrasting granite effect worktop surfaces having multi-coloured tiled surrounds. Built-in double bowl stainless steel sink and drainer unit. Matching floor to ceiling shelved cupboards. Integrated Neff dishwasher. Cannon double oven with a four ring gas hob having an extractor hood above. Central heating radiator. UPVC sealed unit double glazing. Recessed low voltage ceiling spotlights. Concealed lighting beneath the wall units. Karndean flooring. There is a matching peninsular unit and the kitchen is open through to the:

CONSERVATORY EXTENSION
11'9" x 7'9" with UPVC sealed unit double glazing including matching twin French doors to the front garden. Fine long distance views. Karndean flooring. Range of fitted store cupboards in light oak style. Concealed plumbing for an automatic washing machine.

REAR HALLWAY
With a traditional partly glazed external door to the rear. Karndean flooring. Access door to the cellar.

CLOAK ROOM AND SHOWER ROOM
With a three piece white suite comprising a low suite WC, a hand wash basin with a vanity cabinet unit beneath and a shower cubicle having a thermostatic shower. Contrasting wall tiling. UPVC sealed unit double glazing. Central heating radiator. Cloaks rail. Extractor fan. Karndean flooring. Panelled ceiling including recessed spotlights.

CELLAR
19'2" (maximum) x 10'3" with stone steps and stone flagged flooring. Stone table and matching stone shelf. Electric light and electricity sockets. UPVC sealed unit double glazing. Ideal wall mounted gas combination central heating boiler.

FIRST FLOOR

SPACIOUS LANDING AND HALF LANDING
With an arched window including stained glass. Spindled balustrade with a mahogany hand rail. Central heating radiator.

BEDROOM ONE
13'7" x 11'5" with stone mullioned UPVC sealed unit double glazing. Fine long distance views. Central heating radiator.

BEDROOM TWO
11'8" x 11'8" with UPVC sealed unit double glazing. Fine long distance views. Central heating radiator.

BEDROOM THREE
12'10" x 8'10" with UPVC sealed unit double glazing. Fine long distance views. Central heating radiator.

BEDROOM FOUR
9'10" x 7'5" with UPVC sealed unit double glazing. Fine long distance southerly views. Central heating radiator.



LUXURIOUS BATHROOM
With a quality contemporary three piece white suite comprising a shower bath having a screen and a Mira independent shower together with a hand wash basin and a low suite WC. Contrasting wall tiling. Slate tiled flooring. UPVC sealed unit double glazing. Central heating radiator. White gloss fronted fitted cupboards. Built-in display shelves.

OUTSIDE
There are established lawned gardens to the front and side of the house - enjoying fine southerly aspects and long distance views - whilst also including flowerbeds, a colourful rockery, block paving and a stone flagged patio which provides a very pleasant sitting-out area.

Tarmac parking area to the front with original wrought iron gates and dressed stone gate posts.

Rear drive with tarmac and block paving providing parking for an additional two cars. Small stone flagged enclosure.

OUT-BUILDING
16'6" x 7'3" - providing a studio/study or children's room.
This includes windows, a predominantly glazed external door, a velux window, electric lights, electricity sockets, a telephone point and an electric night storage heater.

DIRECTIONS
Travelling from Cross Hills and Glusburn, proceed through the village of Cowling before leaving the village turn right downhill following the sign for Cowling CP school into Ickornshaw. Turn left opposite the primary school and continue straight ahead. After Ickornshaw mill apartments on the right, turn sharp right uphill. 2 Croft House is straight in front of you at the top of the small hill.

SERVICES All mains services are installed.

Please note we have not been able to test the equipment or installations in this property and recommend that prospective purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check any appliances before entering into any commitment.

VIEWING Strictly by arrangement with HARRISON BOOTHMAN

Tel: Skipton 799993

Any floor plans are provided for informational and illustrative purposes only. Although we endeavour to provide truthful representation, we do not in any way warrant the accuracy of the floor plan information and the floor plan layout and measurements may contain errors and omissions. We are not liable for and do not accept any liability relating to any loss or damage suffered as a direct or indirect result of use of any information on the floor plan.

These particulars were prepared from observation together with information supplied by the Vendor. We have not carried out a detailed professional survey.

Ref: RAH120418

If you are thinking of selling your property HARRISON BOOTHMAN will be pleased to provide a FREE VALUATION for sale purposes.


These particulars do not constitute an offer or contract of sale.
Any prospective purchaser should satisfy themselves by inspection of the property.


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20 April 2018

Nearest stations

  • Keighley (6.3 mi)
  • Bingley (9.1 mi)
  • Crossflatts (8.7 mi)
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1 Unicorn House Keighley Road, Skipton, BD23 2LP

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  • Keighley (6.3 mi)
  • Bingley (9.1 mi)
  • Crossflatts (8.7 mi)
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1 Unicorn House Keighley Road, Skipton, BD23 2LP

01756 535010 Local call rate

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