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Property for sale

Weavers Court, Skipton BD23 £415,000

  • Hunters - Skipton

    1 High Street, Skipton, North Yorkshire

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Bedrooms: 3

A unique and superbly presented semi-detached property, constructed of deep-bedded coursed Yorkshire stone. Set under a pitched slate roof, and with an attractive stone-flagged fore-garden, having the original base of the mill chimney, which could be a striking circular stone raised bed or potential water feature.With spacious hard landscaped south-east facing gardens to the rear, making this an easily maintained property, offering a good level of privacy and also having a large single garage with a workshop area.

Benefiting from gas central heating, double glazing, and comprising in brief:-ground floor approached from the Ceramic tiled floored hallway, utility room, master bedroom with en-suite shower room, a spacious dining-kitchen with intern leads out onto the superb Yorkshire stone-flagged rear gardens and sun terraces. There is under floor heating throughout the ground floor with three individual control zones. To the first floor, a spectacular and generous sized living room with large cantilevered balcony opening over the gardens below, a house bathroom and two further double bedrooms. To the outside, two hard landscaped gardens to the front and rear with access down the side of the property. And a large single garage with additional parking outside.

This property is set in a tranquil part of town on a no-through road with private gated access, yet being very convenient to town with the High Street being a steady five minute walk away. Also being handy to the train station which is approximately ten minutes away.


The historic market town of Skipton (in Craven) is known as the 'Gateway to the Dales' and provides extensive recreational facilities with stunning open countryside nearby. On the cusp of the Yorkshire Dales National Park with excellent walking, climbing and fishing including the famous Yorkshire 3 Peaks. Craven has its fair share of gourmet pubs, restaurants and excellent sporting facilities including a state of the art swimming pool and gym. Leeds and Manchester are within comfortable daily commuting distance and direct trains to London’s Kings Cross as well as Leeds, Bradford and the Settle to Carlisle line, run regularly. Skipton offers a wide range of shopping with High Street brands including Marks & Spencer’s Food as well as a diverse range of private retailers and regular markets. Another central attraction is the Leeds Liverpool Canal which provides fishing, boat hire and sightseeing trips as well as walks on the level. Skipton Castle is one of the best preserved in the UK. There are very well respected primary and secondary schools within the town including Skipton Girls High & Ermysteds Grammar.

Reception hall

Approached from the stone-flagged footpaths to the front of the property, through a timber and double glazed door into a spacious reception hall with natural tiling, and with stairs rising to the first floor. A half height door gives access to under-stairs storage and having a multi glazed door leading into the dining-kitchen, allowing through natural light. With two sets of multi-point adjustable spotlight, underfloor heating, intruder alarm panel, and smoke alarm.

Utility room

Off from the reception hall, a handy space with plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, and having a range of base and wall units with granite-effect worktops over, incorporating a single bowl stainless steel sink. The more recently fitted Ideal combination boiler is also located here, along with the property's electrical consumer unit and intruder alarm system.

Living-dining kitchen

Set to the rear of the property, a large dining-kitchen with ample space for a six person dining suite, a sofa and television area. To the kitchen end there is an excellent range of wood-effect base and wall units offering good storage, having granite-effect worktops over incorporating a one and a half bowl sink. Integrated appliances include a tall larder fridge with freezer below, integrated dishwasher, waist level oven and grill and a four ring gas hob with extractor hood over. Having attractive mosaic tiling between the worktops and the wall units, which have under pelmet lighting. An attractive room with natural stone tilingm and as previously mentioned, ample space for a six person dining/breakfast suite. With further space to one end for a sofa, television and also a large American-style fridge-freezer. Having multi-point adjustable spotlights as well as recessed lighting, underfloor heating, and with a multi glazed door leading into the reception hall. A central and striking feature to this room is the outlook onto the stone flagged gardens from the pair of UPVC double glazed French doors with full height windows to either side. With these doors open, this room very much becomes part of the outside and is ideal for entertaining and alfresco dining in the warmer months.

Master bedroom

Set to the front of the property and with natural light from a double glazed window, looking out onto the attractive landscaped fore garden. A double bedroom with a range of fitted wardrobes and fly-over cupboards to the bed wall, with further matching dresser units and wardrobe. Having multi-point adjustable spotlight, television point, underfloor heating and ample space for a king-sized bed.


An en-suite shower room with quadrant shower enclosure, incorporating a thermostatic shower valve with adjustable drench head. A set of vanity units across the width of one wall, provide good bathroom and toiletry storage, and incorporate a hidden cistern dual-flush WC, and a wash basin with mixer lever tap.Having natural light from a double glazed window to the gable with obscure glass and tiled sill, having full height tiling to the walls with attractive vertical listellos and contrasting slate tiling to the floor. With chrome ladder-style heated towel rail, recessed lighting into a mermaid boarded ceiling and an extractor fan.


Approached from the stairs off the reception hall onto a spacious landing with return balustrade, having ample space for a range of tall cupboards which we understand are included in the sale. With further space for display furniture, and with two period-style light fittings and loft hatch to the roof space, which again we are informed is partially boarded and insulated.

Living room

Of great proportions being the full width of the property and featuring a hand-carved stone fireplace with coal-effect inset gas fire sat on a stone hearth. Having ample space for a couple of sofas and additional armchairs, along with a corner space for a super-sized television. With great amounts of natural light from the pair of double glazed French doors, which open onto the quadruple width Juliet balcony, having glass and timber balustrade, which gives a pleasant outlook over the rear gardens and onto the Leeds-Liverpool canal. A very pleasant place to sit and enjoy an evening drink and watch the world trundle by. This room in common with the rest of the first floor has tall ceilings, and is finished with period-style light fittings, laminate flooring, and an exposed steel beam. With two heating radiators and a multi-glazed door leading onto the landing.

Bedroom two

Set to the front of the property, again with a range of fitted wardrobes and fly-over cupboards over the bed wall and with space for a double bed. With natural light from a double glazed window looking out over the front gardens onto the attractive stone-built neighboring properties, and with double panel heating radiator below.

Bedroom three

A third and final double bedroom, with space for a bed and fitted or free standing furniture, but also with a large over-stairs cupboards providing good storage. Natural light from a double glazed window to the front of the property, with double panel heating radiator below. Currently set up as a single bedroom and home office, with space for a substantial desk.

House bathroom

Incorporating a three piece suite to include; a panelled bath with period-style taps and shower-head attachment, full pedestal basin with matching taps to the bath, and a WC. Having three quarter height tiling to the bath walls and a tiled splash back to the wash basin. The floor is finished with white tiling and natural light from a double glazed window to the gable end, with frosted glass. Double panel heating radiator, vanity cupboard, fitted mirror and recessed lighting.


To the front of the property there are attractive hard landscape gardens with stone-flagged pathways, a superb and unique feature stone raised flower bed or water feature and gravel beds. There are 2 parking spaces at the front of the property in addition to the garage area. Access down the side of the property is via a stone-flagged pathways to the rear gardens via a lockable iron gate. At the rear of the property there is a substantial south facing hard landscaped garden area. Providing easily maintained, superb dining, living and sunbathing space, as well as being attractively finished with wall mounted hay-racks, and with a well stocked border to the far end. Overlooking the Leeds-Liverpool canal, but with a tall stone wall providing a high level of privacy. The stone flagging from the rear gardens lead down a private pathway to the single garage.

Single garage

Of excellent proportions, larger than most single garages by some way, and offering vehicular access via a remote control up and over door with good height and with ample space to the rear for a work bench and shelving as well as further fridges and freezers if required. With white-washed walls and a masonry painted floor, a clean and versatile garage with storage into the rafters, power, water and lighting.

Council tax

Band E


All mains services are connected,

Neighbourhood average sold house prices


Based on 9 transactions covering the past 5 years. Prices are not adjusted for inflation. Data is supplied by the Land Registry.

  • Hunters - Skipton

    1 High Street, Skipton, North Yorkshire

    • Request details

      I would like to:
    • 01756 228033