4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Moor Road, Bramhope

Guide Price £925,000

Property Description

Key features

  • IMPRESSIVE STONE-BUILT SEMI-DETACHED RESIDENCE
  • SET WITHIN MAGNIFICENT GROUNDS AND WOODLAND
  • THREE RECEPTION ROOMS
  • DOWNSTAIRS WC
  • GALLERIED LANDING
  • FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS
  • EN-SUITE TO MASTER BEDROOM
  • DOUBLE GARAGE AND EXCELLENT PARKING
  • EXTENDING LAWN GARDENS
  • PRIVATE WOODLAND

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Located only a short walk out of the picturesque village centre and completely impossible to appreciate from the roadside, a most outstanding and rare opportunity to purchase this stone-built semi detached property which enjoys a most magnificent setting including its own private woodland. Approached via a private drive which winds round to the rear to reveal the very impressive grounds and adjoining woodland, which is a superb environment for a family buyer, the property itself also provides accommodation suited to a larger or growing family. A very pleasant and welcoming atmosphere is noticeable immediately upon entering from the rear which reflects our clients many years of enjoyment. With two formal reception rooms of very good size as well as a snug for relaxation, just off the family size breakfast/dining kitchen, the property is further complemented by four double bedrooms, including a master bedroom of impressive proportions which has an en-shower room and an attractive galleried landing. Combined with the large predominantly lawn gardens which extend away from the house to join the woodland at the far end which also extends, out to the left behind the drive and double garage, we have no hesitation recommending a full viewing appointment without delay to be able to appreciate the "complete picture"! 

AMENITIES BRAMHOPE is located approximately eight miles north of Leeds off the A660 and is also within comfortable daily commuting distance, by car, of the other commercial centre of Bradford and the former spa towns of Harrogate and Ilkley. The active historic market town of Otley is barely 15 minutes drive and offers an excellent choice of shopping facilities including both Waitrose and Sainsbury's supermarkets, and other family amenities. BRAMHOPE VILLAGE has a variety of local shops including a bakery, a newsagent and a fish and chip shop and there is also a chemist and hair and beauty salons...all of which are less than five minutes walking distance from this property! The welcoming public house in the village centre is also only five to ten minutes walk away. The renowned village primary school is within relatively easy walking distance and there is also a selection of recreational facilities to suit a range of age groups including a young children's play area with swings and slides, etc, on The Knoll (a very pleasant area of grassland and established trees) only several minutes walking distance from this property. There are various other activities available in Bramhope including an art group, tennis club and village bowling green. DELIGHTFUL OPEN COUNTRYSIDE and THE FAMOUS GOLDEN ACRE PARK are also within very easy reach (only a few minutes drive by car) and Leeds and Bradford Airport is barely 15 minutes drive away. The village cricket ground is about ten minutes walking distance from the property and the local rugby ground about a mile away. Chevin Medical Practice/Bramhope Health Centre is adjacent to the village primary school and about 20 minutes walking distance.  

ACCOMMODATION The accommodation, which has the benefit of uPVC double glazed windows and gas fired central heating radiators, briefly comprises (all room sizes are approximate):- 

RECEPTION HALL Entered from the rear via a hardwood, half glazed multi-pane door to reveal a pleasant and welcoming atmosphere which enjoys good light proved by windows either side of the entrance door. There is a large cupboard for storage which also houses the central heating boiler and it be accessed by any one of three doors. 

LOUNGE Enjoying a most delightful outlook down the extending lawn garden to the woodland beyond this attractively presented and well proportioned room is an ideal environment for everyday family relaxation as well as entertaining - especially in the summer months with large sliding patio windows giving direct access to the adjoining terrace. Two further windows to the side elevation complement the good natural light and a focal point is provided by the stone chimney breast which incorporate an open fire with a stone hearth. 

SNUG Adjacent to the Family Dining/Breakfast Kitchen, this is a comfortable space for relaxation and also provides a degree of flexibility in its use. Presented with attractive oak flooring, there is a door leading to.... 

FORMAL DINING ROOM Ideal for large family gatherings as well as entertaining and benefiting from a feature stone fireplace with a recessed stone hearth and stone interior, incorporating a living flame gas fire. Fitted cabinet to the left hand side of the fireplace with shelves above, windows to two sides and ceiling coving. 

FAMILY STYLE BREAKFAST/DINING KITCHEN Fitted with bespoke, hand painted wall and base cabinets with contrasting dark granite working surfaces over incorporating a ceramic hob with an extractor filter hood above and an under-mounted 1 1/2 bowl sink beneath the window overlooking the gardens to the rear. Complemented by tiled splash backs, integrated appliances include an electric double oven and a dishwasher. The dining area provides ample space for everyday family dining and there is the benefit of a fitted dresser which matches the kitchen cabinets, tiled floor, window and door the front elevation and further door to the rear garden. 

GALLERIED FIRST FLOOR LANDING Turned staircase with spindled balustrade leading from the Reception Hall to the first floor galleried landing which has feature beam work to the double height ceiling which adds to the overall feeling of spaciousness. Two windows to the side elevation. 

MASTER BEDROOM Enjoying a dual aspect with a window to the side as well as a window to the rear enjoying an elevated outlook over the grounds. Presented in light decor, this impressively proportioned room has the benefit of fitted wardrobes either side of the space for a super-king size bed as well as further fitted robes, matching drawers and a dressing table. Door leading to.. 

BEDROOM Fitted wardrobes with overhead cupboards, vanity wash basin and window to the front. 

BEDROOM Built-in wardrobe with double doors and window to the front elevation. 

BEDROOM Vanity wash basin, window overlooking the lovely grounds to the rear and hatch tot he loft. 

FAMILY BATHROOM Smartly presented and fitted with a four-piece suite comprising a bath recessed between two fitted linen cupboards, pedestal wash basin, WC and bidet. Complemented by tiling to dad height and a full panel behind the bath, there is a chrome towel radiator, recessed ceiling eyeball spotlights and a window to the side elevation. 

OUTSIDE Approaching the property from Bramhope Village centre along Moor Road. proceed down the dip in the road and just as goes up again the woodland of Park Side can be seen on the left hand side. Beyond the wood and just before reaching the first property on the left, there is an entrance into the drive for Park Side which winds round to the rear to reveal the magnificent grounds and there is excellent parking adjacent to the detached double garage with up and over doors.

The gardens are a delightful and exciting feature of this home and are predominantly laid to lawn, with no properties opposite - only the woodland! Whilst being ideal for keen gardeners there is also a great deal of space for children's ball games and the woodland beyond the lawn which extends to the left and down the banking described above is also a great space for children's play as well as for those who enjoy the wildlife attracted by this kind of environment. Only a good walk through the grounds will allow interested applicants to appreciate "whole picture"! 


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  • Weeton (3.5 mi)
  • Guiseley (3.7 mi)
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Walker Smale, Eastgate, Bramhope, Leeds

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Nearest stations

  • Horsforth (2.2 mi)
  • Weeton (3.5 mi)
  • Guiseley (3.7 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Walker Smale, Eastgate, Bramhope, Leeds

The Old Smithy, The Cross Eastgate, Bramhope, Leeds, LS16 9AU

0113 451 3127 Local call rate

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