Kirk Lands, Baxter Wood, Crosshills BD20 8BB£325,000
Sold Subject To Contract
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No EPC available
Conveniently positioned in the prestigious 'Baxter Wood' area of the village, away from busy main roads yet only a short walk away from all local amenities, this superior 1920's semi-detached period home offers particularly spacious three bedroom accommodation which has been subject to considerable modernisation and improvement in recent years including an imaginative re-design and extension to the kitchen whilst standing in an enviable elevated position commanding spectacular long distance, panoramic views over the Aire Valley towards Farnhill Moor and Skipton in the North.
Beautifully presented and updated throughout incorporating high quality fixtures and fittings together with a range of attractive period features, this truly outstanding character property also benefits from excellent private driveway parking, attractive gardens with a timber summerhouse, a small greenhouse and excellent supplementary external storage facilities including two timber garden sheds (one with power).
To the ground floor a useful side entrance porch with integral cloaks cupboards leads to a spacious traditional reception hallway with return staircase leading off to the first floor and with the great advantage of a dedicated re-fitted utility room and ground floor WC adjoining. There is a delightful living room with gas fire and large feature bay window enjoying superb open views over the front garden across the valley. The magnificent extended and tastefully re-fitted breakfast kitchen includes an impressive central island/breakfast bar together with contrasting oak and granite worktop surfaces and an excellent range of quality integrated appliances including a large dual-fuel range cooker. The kitchen is open plan to a spacious dining/family room with a cast iron gas stove and door leading out onto the beautiful lawned front garden, also having long distance views beyond. This sociable open plan layout is ideal for families and for entertaining and the interior has been equipped to a high specification throughout incorporating luxurious Amtico flooring and contemporary column style radiators.
To the first floor there are three generously proportioned bedrooms with the two front rooms having a range of fitted wardrobes/furniture whilst also benefiting from magnificent long distance views across the valley. The spacious landing also leads to a stylish and contemporary re-fitted bathroom with modern four piece suite. There is a large attic storage void perhaps having potential for conversion to form a fourth bedroom, subject to necessary approval.
Unlike many modern dwellings, this elegant and very distinctive period home was constructed in an era when style and substance took priority over other commercial building considerations and therefore benefits from a strong sense of overall quality and robustness whilst having a range of beautiful creative design elements such stained glass and stone mullioned windows. All recent improvements have been sympathetically carried out in keeping with this high level of flair and attention to detail and a first hand inspection is therefore certain to impress.
The well established and highly sought after Baxter Wood cul-de-sac is an exclusive 'up-market' residential setting accessed just off the bottom of Park Road on the semi-rural edge of the village incorporating an interesting range of distinguished, individually styled homes peacefully positioned close to open fields and countryside yet only a few minutes walk away from the centre of Crosshills with it's excellent range of everyday shops and other amenities. A footpath at the upper end of Baxter Wood leads into the beautiful Victorian Glusburn Park and recreation area beyond.
The popular Aire Valley village of Crosshills shares a particularly good range of amenities with the neighbouring villages of Glusburn and Sutton including excellent primary schooling together with South Craven Secondary School which has been awarded an 'Outstanding' rating in recent years. Crosshills includes Cooperative Food and Spar grocery stores, a butchers, a health centre and a choice of venues to eat and drink. There is a 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, UPVC sealed unit double glazing and a security alarm/CCTV system this extremely well appointed home comprises in further detail: