|Grade II listed 2 Bedroom Cottage|
|Beautiful location with long distance views|
|Garage and Drive|
|Lapsed Planning Permission to extend 06/02829/FUL|
A delightful Grade II listed, stone built with a stone slate roof, end terrace cottage. This property boasts a wealth of charm, character and original features. Highly desirable location. Needs to be viewed to fully appreciate the picturesque location. EPC D
A delightful Grade II listed, stone built with a stone slate roof, end terrace cottage. This property boasts a wealth of charm, character and original features including stone mullions and leaded light windows. The accommodation briefly comprises, to the ground floor, kitchen, utility, dining room and living room and two double bedrooms and a modern recently refitted bathroom with separate shower cubicle to the first floor. To the front of the property is a large stone terrace with stunning, open and far reaching views. The property also benefits from a raised lawn with mature shrub and tree borders, a single detached garage with two out houses and a drive.
EPC – D Council Tax Band - E
Porch – leaded, single glazed wooden entrance door with additional side glazed panels. Tiled floor. Corrugated roof panels. Original wooden door with half leaded glass into
Dining Room – leaded window to front with distant views. Open chimney breast with stone hearth and wood mantel. Ceiling beam. Radiator. 4 x wall lights. Door to Kitchen, under stairs store and stairs to first floor. Door to
Lounge - window to the front elevation and small window to the rear elevation. Ceiling Beam. Yorkshire stone fire surround. 2 wall lights. Radiator.
Kitchen – half glazed door to front elevation, window to side and Velux roof window. Range of base and wall units in hand painted cream colour with complementary worktops above. 1.5 bowl acyrlic sink with matching mixer tap. Plumbing for dishwasher. Slot in double electric oven. Tiled floor. Opening to
Utility – window to side elevation. Plumbing and space for appliances. Wall mounted gas fired central heating boiler. Storage cupboards. Tiled floor.
Landing – Window to rear elevation. Wall lights. Exposed beams. Doors to
Bathroom – window to rear elevation and Velux roof window. Part tiled walls. Three piece suite in white with chrome accesories incorporating a panelled bath with mixer tap, wash hand basin and low flush WC in vanity unit. Separate fully tiled shower enclosure with glass door. Ceiling light. Loft access.
Bedroom 1 – window to the front and side elevation. Chimney breast with cast iron fire surround. Radiator. Ceiling light. Ceiling beam.
Bedroom 2 – window to the front elevation. Chimney breast with cast iron fire surround. Radiator. Wall light. Built in floor to ceiling robes.
Brook Hill is a highly desirable location and needs to be viewed to fully appreciate the picturesque location. The stone flagged, enclosed front garden of this delightful property over looks a large open green area and has far reaching views beyond. The raised lawn to the side with mature shrubs, trees and borders leads to a single detached garage with power, a metal up and over door and a rear access door as well as two useful outhouses and a drive.
Baildon is a popular village situated on the edge of attractive moorland and countryside yet within easy daily commutable distance of Leeds, Bradford
and Leeds Bradford Airport. Baildon offers a variety of amenities for all age groups with good schools and shops, restaurants, rugby, cricket and golf.
VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS- Strictly with the agents Baildon office – 01274 809254
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