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2 Thompsons Terrace, Carleton ,
- Ref: 30617_40349948730001
- Availability: For Sale
- Bedrooms: 2
- Address Title: 2 Thompsons Terrace, Carleton ,
LIVING ROOM WITH A CAST IRON WOOD BURNING STOVE. STYLISH FITTED KITCHEN WITH CREAM FRONTED UNITS. TWO FIRST FLOOR BEDROOMS. SUPERBLY APPOINTED BATHROOM WITH A QUALITY WHITE SUITE INCLUDING BOTH A BATH AND A SHOWER CUBCILE. BEYOND THE RAISED STONE FLAGGED AND RAILED FRONT PATHWAY IS A COMMUNAL ACCESS LANE. THE COTTAGE OVERLOOKS A PRIVATELY OWNED GRASSED AREA WITH A VARIETY OF TREES. A CONCRETED REAR YARD PROVIDES A PLEASANT SITTING OUT AREA. WOOD STORE. OUT-BUILDING/STORE PLACE NEARBY. VIEWING ESSENTIAL.
CURRENT ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING BAND C70 - (POTENTIAL RATING BAND B89)
This outstanding two bedroomed stone terraced cottage provides attractively improved and superbly appointed accommodation which is very pleasantly situated in Carleton village centre with all local amenities and beautiful open countryside nearby.
Strongly recommended indeed for inspection and certainly providing an excellent opportunity, this beautifully presented property includes gas central heating, UPVC sealed unit double glazing, oak internal doors, quality contemporary fittings and fixtures whilst comprising briefly:
A living room with a cast iron wood burning stove and a stylish fitted kitchen which is well equipped with cream fronted units. On the first floor are two bedrooms and a superbly appointed bathroom with a quality white suite including both a bath and a shower cubicle. Beyond the stone flagged and railed front pathway is a communal access lane overlooking a privately owned grassed area with a variety of trees. A concreted rear yard provides a pleasant sitting out area and also includes a wood store. There is also an out-building/store place nearby.
Surrounded by beautiful open countryside, the very popular rural village of Carleton is served by local amenities including a highly regarded primary school, a Church, a public house, a general store, a chemist, a village hall, community events, sports clubs and a bus service.
The historic market town of Skipton known as the 'Gateway to the Dales' is only circa two miles away providing extensive shopping and recreational facilities together with excellent secondary schooling.
With much to commend it, this very appealing cottage comprises in further detail:
14'5" x 12'10" with a traditional UPVC Regency style front entrance door. Double central heating radiator. UPVC sealed unit double glazing. Pleasant aspects at the front beyond a privately owned grassed area with a variety of trees. Fireplace recess with a substantial timber mantel and a cast iron wood burning stove on a stone flagged hearth. Square display alcoves and a high level cupboard. Built-in store place under stairs including an electric light, shelves and a cupboard unit.
11'2" x 8'10" Well equipped with a range of cream fronted base and wall units providing contrasting parquet block style worktop surfaces having complimentary tiled surrounds. Stainless steel sink and drainer. Plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Gas cooker point and a fitted extractor hood. Double central heating radiator. Recessed low voltage ceiling spotlights. Down-lights beneath the wall units. UPVC sealed unit double glazing and a similar external door to the rear yard. A Flavel double oven with a four ring gas hob and also a Miele automatic washing machine may be negotiable. A stone staircase leads to the:
12'10" x 7'10" with UPVC sealed unit double glazing including an exposed stone work surround. Double central heating radiator. Built-in individually crafted wardrobes and chests of drawers.
14'2" x 5'2" (both maximum) with UPVC sealed unit double glazing and a central heating radiator. Built-in floor to ceiling cupboard including a Vokera gas combination central heating boiler.
Superbly appointed with a quality white suite comprising a built-in pine panelled bath having a shower to a Victorian style mixer tap together with a pedestal wash basin, a low suite WC and a shower cubicle having full jeight wall tiling and a thermostatic shower. Exposed stone features. UPVC sealed unit double glazing. Ladder central heating radiator in chrome finish. Slate style flooring. Extractor fan. Recessed LED ceiling spotlights.
Beyond the stone flagged and railed raised front pathway is a communal access lane. The property overlooks a privately owned grassed area with a variety of trees.
A concreted rear yard provides a pleasant sitting out area and also includes a wood store. There is also an out-building/store place nearby.
COUNCIL TAX BAND
The council tax band quoted for this property on the Gov.UK website is Band: B
The tenure for this property is Freehold.
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.
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. The extent of the property and its boundaries are subject to verification by inspection of the title deeds.
These particulars were prepared from observation together with information supplied by the Vendor. We have not carried out a detailed professional survey.
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.