11 Skipton Road, Gargrave, BD23 3SA£429,000
Sold Subject To Contract
This spacious and well equipped individual 1920's semi-detached house includes three first floor bedrooms together with the advantage of a second floor attic conversion fourth bedroom which also incorporates an en-suite shower room.
Standing in an attractive garden including a generous private driveway together with useful out-buildings, this very appealing home is pleasantly situated on the level only minutes walking distance away from Gargrave village centre amenities whilst beautiful open countryside is also nearby.
Including gas central heating, UPVC sealed unit double glazing, quality fittings and fixtures, inspection is strongly recommended indeed, comprising briefly:
An entrance hall, a study/children's room, a sitting room with a cast iron multi-fuel stove, a dining room with a period fireplace and also open to a refitted kitchen which is superbly appointed with a quality range of contemporary units including quartz worktops and fitted appliances. There is also a rear entrance porch and a utility room. On the first floor are three bedrooms and a bathroom with a quality white suite including both a bath and a shower cubicle. On the second floor is an attic conversion/fourth bedroom including a dormer window, superb long distance open views and an en-suite shower room. The front garden is planned for ease of maintenance. A pebble bed and a private tarmac driveway provide parking for several vehicles. The well proportioned enclosed rear garden provides an attractive feature - enjoying fine southerly aspects whilst including a lawn, pebbled beds and a stone flagged patio which offers a very pleasant sitting out area. There are also three out-buildings.
Surrounded by beautiful open countryside adjacent to the River Aire and the Leeds/Liverpool canal, the very popular village of Gargrave is served by a good variety of local amenities including everyday shops, a Co-op, a chemist, a doctors surgery, a primary school, a Church, public houses/restaurants, a village hall, community events, sports clubs, a bus service and a railway station offering a regular service to Skipton, Keighley, Bradford and Leeds together with the scenic Settle to Carlisle line.
The historic market town of Skipton known as 'The Gateway to the Dales' is only circa four miles away providing extensive shopping and recreational facilities together with excellent secondary schooling.