39 Shortbank Road, Skipton, BD23 2LQ£199,000
Sold Subject To Contract
This traditional 1930's semi-detached house is pleasantly situated in a popular residential area, close to the moors and beautiful open countryside whilst less than one mile away from Skipton town centre amenities.
Enjoying fine long distance views, this very appealing home certainly provides an attractive opportunity whilst offering significant potential for further modernisation and improvement.
Including well proportioned established gardens, a private driveway, gas central heating and UPVC sealed unit double glazing, this property is recommended for inspection, comprising very briefly:
An entrance hall, a living room, a kitchen and a shower room whilst on the first floor are three bedrooms. The large bedroom at the front of the house includes an en-suite WC with a two piece white suite and also commands superb long distance views beyond Whinny Gill reservoir across the valley towards the hills and moors. The established front garden includes lawn, flagging, flowerbeds, bushes and a small tree. A private tarmac driveway provides off road parking for a vehicle whilst also extending along the side of the house with an enclosing gate. The well proportioned enclosed rear garden is planned for ease of maintenance whilst providing a very pleasant sitting out area. There is an integral store place and a timber garden shed.
The increasingly popular market town of Skipton has won many accolades in recent years, being independently judged to be one of the best areas to live in the UK via multiple media sources. Catering to residents of all ages, the town offers the perfect combination of excellent schooling, easy access to countryside and an extensive choice of leisure, shopping and recreational facilities. The town is intersected by the scenic Leeds/Liverpool canal and is well known for its Medieval Church and Castle together with a bustling High Street featuring an outdoor market on the cobbled 'setts' three days a week. The town offers an excellent mix of independent shops, pubs and cafés in addition to having well known branded stores and a choice of fashionable bars and restaurants. There are excellent public transport links, including a railway station providing regular daily services to Leeds and Bradford. The town enjoys an annual programme of community events and festivals, attracting an ever increasing degree of tourism. In addition, the beautiful Yorkshire Dales National Park is only a short drive away to the north, offering some of the finest countryside and scenery in the UK.
With much to commend it and considerable further potential, the property comprises in more detail: