5 Airebank Terrace, Gargrave, BD23 3RU£289,950
Sold Subject To Contract
This well presented, stone built late Victorian period terraced property has been sympathetically modernised and updated retaining many charming character features whilst standing in an idyllic semi-rural location within this sought after village, backing onto the banks of the scenic River Aire whilst commanding superb open long distance views over the surrounding fields and countryside to both the front and rear.
Presented in superb condition throughout whilst offering a spacious and versatile internal layout, ideal for both families or those now working from home including three well planned bedrooms together with a useful attic space, this very appealing property also benefits from a delightful south facing rear garden incorporating a lawn together with an enclosed patio/yard area whilst also featuring two outbuildings. On street parking is directly available outside whilst the residents at Airebank Terrace also benefit from further parking along a section of Mill Lane just before the row of houses.
Internally the property offers numerous attractive features such as period ceiling coving, large feature windows, two coal effect gas fires and Victorian panelled cupboards and complementary doors. An entrance vestibule leads to a traditional reception hall. There is a tastefully updated dining room to the front with feature fireplace and a spacious sitting room again with a feature fireplace whilst to the rear a spacious kitchen leads to a utility room. A good sized first floor landing leads to two bedrooms with superb open countryside views whilst to the rear is a very spacious master bedroom enjoying outstanding open views. From the landing there is access to a useful attic room via a pulldown ladder with light, power and Velux roof windows.
On the route of the River Aire and the Leeds/Liverpool canal the popular and sought after village of Gargrave is surrounded by beautiful open countryside and is only circa four miles away from the historic market town of Skipton. The village offers a variety of everyday shops and other amenities including a Cooperative Food grocery store, a village hall, a well regarded primary school and nursery, a church, a railway station and a good selection of venues to eat and drink. The village is blessed with many delightful walks including scenic level routes along both the river and canal towpath.
The historic market town of Skipton, known as 'The Gateway to The Dales', is only circa four miles away providing extensive shopping and recreational facilities together with excellent secondary schooling. The scenic Yorkshire Dales National Park is easily accessed to the North whilst the business centres of West Yorkshire and East Lancashire are within comfortable daily commuting distance.
Equipped with gas central heating together with UPVC sealed unit double glazing the accommodation comprises in further detail: