9 Neville Road, Gargrave BD23 3RE£245,000
Sold Subject To Contract
No floorplans available
No EPC available
Significantly extended at the rear with a magnificent contemporary garden room including wet underfloor heating and bi-folding doors leading onto the attractive south facing rear garden, this truly outstanding three bedroom family sized home has been subject to considerable modernisation and expenditure in recent years incorporating a stylish modern interior with re-fitted kitchen and bathroom together with a cosy living room with cast iron wood burning stove.
Ideally positioned within this sought after village, away from busy main roads yet only a short walk away from all local amenities including the nearby primary school and nursery, this very desirable home also benefits from easy driveway parking at the front for two cars together with excellent external storage facilities at the rear including a useful workshop together with two further outhouses adjoining. The particularly attractive, fully enclosed south facing rear garden is arranged entirely on the level and benefits from an Indian stone paved patio area together with a good sized lawn. There is ample space and potential to erect a summerhouse if desired. Internally the accommodation is presented in immaculate condition throughout including a high standard of décor and with all three bedrooms having built in storage and stylish plantation style shutters/blinds. The imaginatively designed, semi open plan ground floor layout includes wet underfloor heating to the kitchen and garden room areas and with the garden room benefitting from a wonderful degree of natural light with four good sized Velux roof windows set into the pitched/vaulted ceiling and a stylish 'glazed gable' over the large panel bi-folding doors which offer a superb 'wide screen' view over the rear garden.
Surrounded by beautiful open countryside whilst being situated close to the edge of the scenic Yorkshire Dales National Park, the very popular village of Gargrave benefits from a particularly good range of shops and other amenities including a post office, a Co-operative Food grocery store, a village hall, a well regarded primary school and nursery, a church, a railway station and a good selection of places to eat and drink. The village is situated only four miles from the town of Skipton and is blessed with many delightful walks, including scenic level routes along both the River Aire and the Leeds/Liverpool canal towpath which has been resurfaced in recent years.
The historic market town of Skipton known as 'The Gateway to The Dales' provides extensive shopping and recreational facilities together with excellent secondary schooling. The business centres of West Yorkshire and East Lancashire are also within comfortable daily commuting distance.
Equipped with gas central heating together with UPVC sealed unit double glazing the accommodation comprises in further detail: