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Strathview, The Avenue, Threshfield,
- Ref: 30617_4046089597994055
- Availability: For Sale
- Bedrooms: 4
- Address Title: Strathview, The Avenue, Threshfield,
ENTRANCE HALL. SITTING ROOM WITH A PERIOD FIREPLACE. SPACIOUS DINING ROOM OPEN THROUGH TO THE PINE FITTED KITCHEN. REAR ENTRANCE HALL/UTILITY AND A CLOAKS/WC. THREE FIRST FLOOR BEDROOMS, A SHOWER ROOM AND A SUN ROOM/STUDIO ENJOYING SUPERB LONG DISTANCE VIEWS ACROSS FIELDS AND COUNTRYSIDE. SPACIOUS SECOND FLOOR FOURTH BEDROOM WITH AN EN-SUITE BATHROOM. WELL PROPORTIONED ESTABLISHED GARDENS EXTENDING TO THREE SIDES. PRIVATE GRAVELLED DRIVEWAY. ADJOINING GARAGE.
CURRENT ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING BAND TBC - (POTENTIAL RATING BAND TBC)
This spacious, attractively improved and well equipped individual Edwardian semi-detached house provides family sized four bedroomed en-suite accommodation which is planned on three floors whilst pleasantly situated on the level in an exclusive cul-de-sac only a few minutes walking distance away from local amenities and the highly respected Upper Wharfedale Secondary School.
Including gas central heating together with sealed unit double glazing, this very appealing home certainly provides an excellent opportunity and is strongly recommended indeed for inspection, comprising very briefly:
An entrance hall, a sitting room, a spacious dining room through to a fitted kitchen, a rear entrance hall/utility and a cloaks/WC. On the first floor are three bedrooms, a shower room and a sun room/studio commanding fine long distance views across fields and countryside whilst also having access to a sun balcony. On the second floor is a spacious fourth bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. There are well proportioned established gardens extending to three sides including rockeries, flowerbeds, a variety of bushes, conifers, stone flagged pathways, a small garden pond, stone boundary walling and a stone flagged patio area. A private gravelled driveway gives access to an adjoining garage.
Surrounded by beautiful open countryside adjacent to the River Wharfe in the picturesque Yorkshire Dales National Park, Threshfield and the larger neighbouring village of Grassington together provide an extensive variety of local everyday shops, amenities and services including well respected primary and secondary schooling, Churches, public houses, cafes and restaurants, a doctors surgery, a chemist, a dentist, a sub post office, a petrol station, various sports clubs, community events, festivals and a bus service.
The local area is renowned for its stunning scenery providing an excellent landscape for walking, cycling, fishing, fell running, horse riding and a range of other outdoor pursuits. Grassington also hosts a very popular annual Dickensian Christmas Festival.
The historic market town of Skipton known as the 'Gateway to the Dales' is only circa nine miles away to the South whilst the business centres of West Yorkshire and East Lancashire are within comfortable daily commuting distance.
Skipton also offers a railway station providing a regular service to Bradford and Leeds.
With much to commend it, Strathview comprises in further detail:
With a traditional partly glazed front entrance door. Double central heating radiator. Pine panelled staircase to the first floor with a matching spindled balustrade.
14'10" (into bay) x 11'7" With a stone mullioned sealed unit double glazed half splay bay window. Double central heating radiator. Ornate cast iron period fireplace with an open grate, a Cornish slate hearth and a matching ornate cast iron fender. Picture rails. Delft shelf. Open square archway through to the:
SPACIOUS DINING ROOM
16'7" x 12' With UPVC sealed unit double glazing, a central heating radiator and also a contemporary vertical central heating radiator. Fireplace recess with a timber over-mantle and a free standing cast iron multi-fuel style stove on a stone flag hearth. Built-in bespoke alcove cupboards, a glazed display cabinet and matching bookcase. Built-in store cupboard under stairs. This room is partly open through to the:
10'6" x 10'2" Including a range of individually crafted pine fitted units providing cupboards, drawers, wall shelves and display units. Contrasting sycamore worktop surfaces with tiled surrounds. One and a half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer. Quarry tiled flooring. Rangemaster range oven providing two ovens, a grill and a five ring gas hob. Fitted extractor hood above in a stainless steel finish chimney style canopy.
REAR ENTRANCE HALL/UTILITY
With a traditional external door giving access to the rear garden. Covered external entrance. Quarry tiled flooring. Plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Fitted pine shelving.
With a two piece white suite comprising a hand wash basin and a low suite WC. Quarry tiled flooring. Window. Central heating radiator. Fitted wall shelves. Fitted meter cupboard.
With a pine spindled balustrade. Enclosed staircase giving access to the second floor.
14'6" (into bay) x 10'9" (maximum) With a stone mullioned UPVC sealed unit double glazed half splay bay window. Long distance views at the front. Contemporary vertical central heating radiator. Range of individually crafted pine fitted wardrobes with cupboards above. Matching bedside chest of drawers, display shelves, display surfaces and a matching bed head.
12'7" x 10' With UPVC sealed unit double glazing providing fine long distance views at the rear beyond the grounds of Upper Wharfedale Rugby Club towards woodlands. Picture rails. Individually crafted fitted cupboards including a matching wardrobe and display shelves. Also includes the shelved linen cupboard with a hot water cylinder. Cast iron period fireplace.
7'8" x 7' With UPVC sealed unit double glazing providing long distance views at the front. Double central heating radiator. Fitted worktop surface and wall shelves.
17'6" x 9'5" With extensive sealed unit double glazing providing fine long distance views across fields and countryside. Two velux windows. Bench central heating radiator. Sealed unit double glazed access door to a:
Enjoying fine long distance views.
With a three piece white suite comprising a pedestal wash basin, a low suite WC and a tiled shower cubicle including a thermostatic shower. Half height wall tiling. UPVC sealed unit double glazing providing fine long distance views at the rear beyond the grounds of Upper Wharfedale Rugby Club towards woodlands. Ladder central heating radiator. Built-in mirrored medicine cabinet and drawer.
18' (into reducing head room) x 13' (maximum) With UPVC sealed unit double glazing to two sides providing superb long distance views. Contemporary vertical central heating radiator. Pine spindled balustrade. Two exposed beams. Access to roof void storage. Built-in wardrobe.
With a quality three piece white suite comprising a hand wash basin, a low suite WC and a panelled bath including a retractable shower. Contrasting half height wall tiling. Velux window providing superb long distance views. Chrome heated towel rail. Shaver point.
There are well proportioned established gardens extending to three sides including rockeries, flowerbeds, a variety of bushes, conifers, stone flagged pathways, a small garden pond, stone boundary walling and a stone flagged patio area.
PRIVATE GRAVELLED DRIVEWAY
Giving access to the:
16' x 9'6" With an up/over door, electricity sockets, an electric light, a cold water tap and a Worcester gas central heating boiler.
COUNCIL TAX BAND
The council tax band quoted for this property on the Gov.UK website is Band: E
The tenure for this property is Freehold.
SERVICES All mains services are installed.
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.
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.
If you are thinking of selling your property HARRISON BOOTHMAN will be pleased to provide a FREE VALUATION for sale purposes.
These particulars do not constitute an offer or contract of sale.
Any prospective purchaser should satisfy themselves by inspection of the property.