11 Croft Street, Glusburn BD20 8QE£137,500
Sold Subject To Contract
No floorplans available
No EPC available
This truly outstanding two double bedroom garden fronted through terraced cottage is beautifully presented and tastefully updated throughout incorporating a contemporary modern interior with stylish high quality re-fitted kitchen and bathroom together with a delightful living room with feature cast iron wood burning stove set in an inglenook style fireplace recess.
An internal inspection is essential to fully appreciate the high standard of accommodation on offer; including a useful keeping cellar, an attractive garden frontage and a good sized paved rear patio garden enjoying a superb westerly aspect and therefore benefiting from an excellent degree of afternoon sun.
Street parking is available on the un-adopted road to the front, part of which is included in the title, whilst the property is pleasantly situated within easy walking distance of all local amenities within this popular and sought after Aire Valley village.
Croft Street offers a delightful selection of former mill workers cottages, having been elegantly constructed in natural local stone in the late Victorian era alongside the historic Hayfield Mill when the textile industry was in its prime. Number 11 is conveniently positioned towards the lower end of the street and benefits from a more favourable position having an open aspect at the front with views towards the nearby Grade II Listed Glusburn Institute.
Glusburn Institute is an iconic and much loved local landmark, thoughtfully commissioned as a community facility in the late 1800's by the local textile magnate Sir John Horsfall and proudly still offering an ongoing programme of arts and theatrical events.
Surrounded by beautiful open countryside, the popular village of Glusburn benefits from a well respected primary school and pre-school and also shares a wide range of shops and other amenities with the neighbouring villages of Crosshills and Sutton, including the highly respected South Craven Secondary School which has been rated 'Outstanding' in recent years. The village itself has a choice of delightful walks alongside the beck through woodland and the surrounding fields and countryside and also includes a superb park on the edge of the village with tennis court and other recreation areas. There are a good selection of local pubs and restaurants all within walking distance.
There is a regular bus service to the towns of Skipton and Keighley and there are railway stations in the nearby villages of Steeton and Cononley, providing regular daily services into Leeds and Bradford.
Having recently been expertly re-rendered at the rear together with the installation of high performance 'seamless' powder coated aluminium guttering to both the front and the rear, this extremely well equipped and well maintained home also benefits from gas central heating together with UPVC sealed unit double glazing and the accommodation comprises in further detail: