2 Aireside Avenue, Cononley BD20 8LU£209,950
Sold Subject To Contract
No floorplans available
No EPC available
Commanding superb open panoramic views over the adjoining fields and countryside and towards the hills to the both the front and the rear, this extended three bedroom 1930's town-house style home stands in a peaceful position on the edge of this highly sought after Aire Valley commuter village, including a delightful enclosed garden with lawn and fruit trees at the front together with excellent private driveway parking at the rear.
Strongly recommended for inspection, this attractively improved family home certainly has much to commend it, including a spacious dining kitchen with modern fitted units, a cosy living room with Esse cast iron gas stove, a spacious stone built porch extension, three well planned bedrooms (one ideal for a study/home office) and a modern bathroom with three piece suite including mixer shower over the bath. Remarkably, all rooms in the house enjoy superb open views over the surrounding open fields and countryside, with the property being positioned in a desirable semi rural location on the eastern side of the village, close to the scenic River Aire yet within a short walk of the main village itself and only circa three miles from the nearby town of Skipton.
The delightful front garden provides a particularly attractive feature, enjoying an ideal westerly aspect and therefore benefiting from an excellent degree of afternoon sun. To the rear there is a very tidy stone flagged driveway/patio area providing excellent private parking whilst further occasional parking is available on the adjacent shared access road.
The popular and highly sought after village of Cononley offers a good range of local amenities including a well respected primary school and nursery, a village hall, two public houses and also a railway station providing regular daily services into Leeds, Bradford and Skipton. The business centres of West Yorkshire and East Lancashire are within comfortable daily commuting distance by car.
Despite enjoying excellent road and rail commuter links, this traditional Yorkshire village is surrounded by beautiful open countryside and farmland and enjoys a very active village community, having a regular programme of local events including an annual gala, scarecrow festival, beer festival and duck race.
The nearby market town of Skipton is known as the 'Gateway to the Dales' and offers extensive shopping and recreational facilities together with excellent secondary schooling. Further secondary schooling is available in the nearby village of Cross Hills, with South Craven secondary school having been awarded an 'Outstanding' rating in recent years.
Equipped with gas central heating together with recently installed UPVC sealed unit double glazing, this attractive family sized home comprises in further detail: