43 Main Street, Sutton in Craven, BD20 7HX£149,500
Sold Subject To Contract
No floorplans available
No EPC available
This individual two bedroomed stone terraced cottage includes the advantage of an attractive enclosed rear garden which enjoys fine southerly aspects whilst also incorporating parking/hard-standing and is conveniently situated on the level in the centre of the very popular village of Sutton in Craven with all local amenities nearby.
Including gas central heating, UPVC sealed unit double glazing and further potential, this very appealing property is strongly recommended for inspection, comprising briefly:
An entrance hall, a fitted kitchen, a living room and a cellar whilst on the first floor are two bedrooms (one enjoying fine long distance southerly views across the valley towards countryside) and a bathroom with a white suite including a shower to the bath. The attractive and well proportioned established enclosed rear garden provides a very appealing feature - enjoying fine southerly aspects - whilst including a flowerbed, a pebble bed, a variety of bushes, conifers, a stone flagged patio/sitting out area and an additional flagged hard-standing with timber gates to enable vehicular access/parking. There is also a stone out-building/store.
Surrounded by beautiful open countryside, Sutton-in-Craven is served by a good variety of local amenities including a convenience store/off-licence, two primary schools, two Churches, a chemist, an attractive park, two public houses, community events and a cricket club.
The nearby neighbouring village of Cross Hills provides an increased choice of facilities together with the well respected South Craven Secondary School.
The towns of Skipton, Keighley and Colne are all situated within circa fifteen/twenty minutes travelling distance by car. Railway stations are available in the villages of Cononley and Steeton.
With much to commend it, the property comprises in further detail: