49 Shortbank Road , Skipton BD23 2LQ£209,950
Sold Subject To Contract
No floorplans available
No EPC available
Including a stylish modern fitted dining kitchen, a contemporary bathroom, private driveway parking and attractive gardens to both the front and the rear, this superbly appointed traditional bay fronted three bedroom semi-detached property enjoys and enviable cul-de-sac position peacefully tucked away towards the upper end of Shortbank Road close to the beautiful open countryside and moorland above Skipton whilst commanding superb open long distance views at the rear towards Embsay Crag and the Dales beyond.
Strongly recommended for inspection, this excellent family sized home has been subject to considerable modernisation and improvement in recent years with the particularly attractive rear garden offering an exciting outdoor space incorporating a full width Indian stone paved patio area with timber balustrading and steps leading down to a good sized enclosed lawned garden area beyond. In addition, to the side of the property, there is a large adjoining bespoke timber store room with canopy/porch area alongside offering generous external storage facilities behind the secure gated side access.
Internally the accommodation is presented to a high standard throughout being equipped with stylish fixtures and fittings together with UPVC sealed unit double glazing and a newly installed gas combination boiler providing central heating. A useful front entrance porch completes the well planned three bedroom accommodation with all rooms having an excellent degree of natural light and with the rear bedrooms having impressive long distance views.
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' four days a week. The town offers an excellent mix of independent shops, pubs and cafes 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 towns 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.
Certainly representing a superb opportunity, the accommodation comprises in further detail: