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Presented in outstanding condition throughout whilst including a range of attractive period features, this double fronted stone built late Victorian terraced property offers deceptively spacious three bedroom accommodation arranged over three floors and has been subject to a variety of improvements in recent years including a stylish modern bathroom with quality contemporary four piece suite.
Highly recommended for inspection, this cosy and easy to maintain home will appeal to a wide variety of potential purchasers and the extremely well presented accommodation comprises very briefly:
An entrance hall, a delightful living room with large feature window and gas fire, a modern fitted kitchen with breakfast bar area, a useful and extremely tidy keeping cellar with utility area, a first floor landing leading to a very spacious bedroom with range of wardrobes and drawers included, a smaller second bedroom, a stylish refitted bathroom with contemporary white four piece suite incorporating drench head mixer shower together with travertine style wall and floor tiling whilst to the second floor there is a further spacious bedroom with exposed beams and two double glazed velux roof windows. Street parking is available on the unadopted road to the front, part of which is included in the title, whilst the property also enjoys a small but delightful enclosed patio garden providing an attractive sitting out space with stone boundary wall. The front of the property faces west and therefore enjoys a good degree of afternoon sun whilst number 6 also benefits from a more favourable position on the street with an open aspect.
Croft Street offers a delightful selection of former mill workers cottages, being constructed in the late Victorian era alongside the historic Hayfield Mill when the textile industry was in its prime. The nearby Grade II Listed Glusburn Institute is an iconic and much loved local landmark, thoughtfully commissioned as a community facility in the late 1800's by the local textile magnet Sir John Horsfall and proudly still offering an ongoing programme of arts and theatrical events.
Surrounded by beautiful open countryside, the popular village of Glusburn benefits from a well respected primary school and pre-school and also shares a wide range of shops and other amenities with the neighbouring villages of Cross Hills and Sutton including the highly respected South Craven Secondary School which has been rated 'Outstanding' in recent years. The village itself has a choice of delightful walks alongside the beck through woodland and the surrounding fields and countryside and also includes a superb park on the edge of the village with tennis court and other recreation areas. There are a good selection of local pubs and restaurant all within walking distance.
There is a regular bus service to the towns of Skipton and Keighley and there are railway stations in the nearby villages of Steeton and Cononley, providing regular daily services into Leeds and Bradford.
Equipped with gas central heating together with UPVC sealed unit double glazing, the accommodation comprises in further detail: