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7 The Fold, Lothersdale,
- Ref: 30617_404245351078063
- Availability: For Sale
- Bedrooms: 3
- Address Title: 7 The Fold, Lothersdale,
- BEAUTIFUL RURAL VILLAGE LOCATION
- EXTENDED STONE MID TERRACED COTTAGE
- CHARACTER FEATURES
- WOOD BURNING STOVE
- MODERN OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING
- MODERN BATHROOM
- DECEPTIVELY SPACIOUS ACCOMMODATION
- VIEWING ESSENTIAL
Viewing is essential to appreciate the accommodation on offer which is much larger than expected with the cottage being considerably wider at the rear and having also been extended on the ground floor to create a fabulous open plan garden room adjoining the delightful kitchen with adjacent dining room/snug.
This charming home benefits from a variety of attractive character features such as mullioned windows, oak flooring, exposed beams, a wine cellar, window seating and a solid fuel stove. The property is situated in a truly delightful location overlooking open countryside at the rear and the deceptive accommodation comprises very briefly:
ENTRANCE PORCH. LIVING ROOM WITH SOLID FUEL STOVE. INNER HALLWAY LEADING TO OPEN PLAN KITCHEN. OPEN PLAN DINING ROOM/SNUG. OPEN PLAN GARDEN ROOM EXTENSION OVERLOOKING THE REAR GARDEN. UTILITY ROOM/REAR ENTRANCE HALL. WINE CELLAR. FIRST FLOOR LANDING. TWO WELL PLANNED BEDROOMS TOGETHER WITH A SMALL OCCASIONAL THIRD BEDROOM/STUDY/DRESSING ROOM. RECENTLY RE-FITTED BATHROOM WITH THREE PIECE SUITE. SMALL GARDEN FRONTAGE. SMALL PAVED PATIO AREA ADJOINING THE GARDEN ROOM AT THE REAR. SHARED ACCESS ROAD AT REAR LEADING TO PAVED PARKING AREA WITH LAWNED GARDEN ADJOINING OPEN FIELDS BEYOND (THE REAR GARDEN IS SUBJECT TO A PEPPERCORN GROUND RENT). OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING. SEALED UNIT DOUBLE GLAZING. INTERNAL INSPECTION ESSENTIAL. A SUPERB OPPORTUNITY.
CURRENT ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING BAND C69 - (POTENTIAL RATING BAND B84)
Offering far more than first meets the eye, this extended stone built cottage offers deceptively spacious living accommodation incorporating a range of character features and is situated in this beautiful, highly sought after rural village only a few miles south of the historic market town of Skipton.
Viewing is essential to appreciate the accommodation on offer which is much larger than expected, with the cottage being considerably wider at the rear and having also been extended on the ground floor to create a fabulous open plan garden room adjoining the delightful kitchen with adjacent dining room/snug.
This charming home benefits from modern oil fired central heating together with a range of character features such as mullioned windows, oak flooring, exposed beams, a wine cellar, window seating and a solid fuel stove. The property currently provides two bedroom accommodation together with a further occasional bedroom/home office/dressing room and there is potential to re-design the first floor layout should this be required. The bathroom has recently been re-fitted with a contemporary modern white suite. The property enjoys the use of a delightful garden area together with parking at the rear, for which the vendor pays only a peppercorn ground rent. The lawned rear garden enjoys a superb southerly aspect and adjoins open fields.
The property is situated in a truly delightful location overlooking open countryside at the rear and is within a few minutes walk of the extremely well regarded village primary school, the nearby park and also the 'Hare & Hounds' public house.
Situated on the route of the famous Pennine Way, the idyllic rural village community of Lothersdale is surrounded by beautiful open countryside yet is only a short drive away from the nearby towns of Skipton, Keighley and Colne. There is a railway station in the nearby village of Cononley together with a wide range of everyday shops and amenities being available in the nearby village of Cross Hills. The village also includes both fly and coarse day-ticket fishing at the nearby Raygill Lakes quarry with bar/clubhouse.
Ideal for those seeking a rural lifestyle yet within a short commute of all local business centres, this impressive cottage property has much to commend it and the accommodation comprises in further detail:
With composite front entrance door. UPVC sealed unit double glazed windows to both sides. Panelled ceiling. Fitted light. Glazed panelled door leading to:
15' (into alcoves) x 14'10" - a charming room with single glazed mullioned windows to the front including deep sill. Cast iron solid fuel stove set in recessed open fireplace with substantial stone slab hearth. Exposed beams. Oak flooring. Contemporary column style central heating radiator. Recessed ceiling spotlights. Tall recessed shelf/alcove area with substantial stone plinth. Recessed meter cupboards. Recessed storage cupboard including panelled doors. Doorway with step up to:
With stairs leading off to the first floor with spindled balustrade. Central heating radiator. Oak flooring. Recessed ceiling spotlight. Traditional latched door leading to:
REAR HALLWAY (Open plan to Kitchen)
With Welsh slate effect flooring with electric underfloor heating. Recessed ceiling spotlight. Stable style door leading to rear entrance hall/utility room. Square archway adjoining kitchen. Space for free standing fridge/freezer. Timber door with steps leading down to:
10'7" x 8'2" (restricted head-height) with vaulted ceiling. Stone flagged flooring and substantial stone slab shelving. Meat hanging hooks. Fitted light. Water filtration system.
REAR ENTRANCE/UTILITY ROOM
With composite sealed unit double glazed external door. Fitted worktop surfaces, wall cupboards and shelving. Plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Chrome radiator.
OPEN PLAN KITCHEN
11'2" x 8' - superbly appointed with a range of fitted pine wall and base units in a farmhouse/country style with painted fronts and contrasting solid wood worktop surfaces with matching up-stands. Freestanding stainless steel sink and drainer unit with shelving below. Freestanding electric range cooker with twin cavity oven/grill and five ring ceramic hob. Stainless steel splash-back. Recessed ceiling spotlights. Welsh slate effect flooring including electric under-floor heating. Contemporary spotlighting mounted under wall cupboards. Square archway leading to adjoining dining room/snug. Square archway leading to adjoining garden room extension and providing a view towards open fields at the rear.
OPEN PLAN DINING ROOM/SNUG
11'1" x 10'6" with recessed stone fireplace. Welsh slate effect flooring. Recessed storage cupboard including a traditional timber panelled door. Recessed ceiling spotlights. Central heating radiator. Square opening leading through to:
SUPERB OPEN PLAN GARDEN ROOM EXTENSION
16'9" x 11'4" - a versatile living space with ample space for a dining table and/or sofas and enjoying impressive open views over the surround countryside to the rear. UPVC double glazed bi-folding doors together with double glazed windows extending to the side. Hardwood double glazed roof lights. Recessed ceiling spotlights. Partial Welsh slate effect flooring including electric under-floor heating. Step up to raised carpeted area. Central heating radiator.
With spindled balustrade. Double glazed window to the rear providing a view over fields.
13'42 x 10' with mullioned double glazed timber window to the front including an attractive panelled window seat with hinged lid providing built-in storage. Central heating radiator. Recessed double door wardrobe.
11'2" x 10'11" with multi-paned double glazed window providing a view over the surrounding fields and countryside and including a window seat. Loft hatch. Recessed shelving. Recessed wardrobe with latched timber door. Electric storage heater.
OCCASIONAL BEDROOM THREE/HOME OFFICE/DRESSING ROOM
14'8" x 4'10" (maximum) with single glazed window to the front including a fitted window seat with hinged lid providing built-in storage. Electric storage heater.
Superbly appointed with a stylish modern white three piece suite incorporating a low suite WC, floating hand wash basin and a panelled bath with chrome mixer shower over. Light grey wall tiling. Complimentary LVT flooring. Multi-paned double glazed timber window including a fitted window seat. The window contains obscured glazing to the lower half with the top section providing a view over fields and surrounding countryside. Built-in airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder.
To the front there is a small paved garden frontage enclosed by a low stone built wall with attractive planted wall beds.
To the rear there is a paved patio area adjoining the house. Modern external oil fired boiler. Outside light. Outside tap. Shared access road leading to:
Lawned garden area adjoining open fields and enjoying a superb southerly aspect. Paved Parking area. A peppercorn ground rent of £1 per annum is payable for the use of this garden/parking area. Private oil storage tank.
SERVICES Mains electricity and drainage are installed. Water is from a shared spring supply with filtration system. Mains gas is not available. The central heating is oil fired.
Please note we have not been able to test the equipment or installations in this property and recommend that prospective purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check any appliances before entering into any commitment.
VIEWING Strictly by arrangement with HARRISON BOOTHMAN
Tel: Skipton 799993
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These particulars were prepared from observation together with information supplied by the Vendor. We have not carried out a detailed professional survey.
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