School Lane, Addingham, Ilkley, LS29


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  • Bedrooms: 5
A five bedroom semi-detached family home located in a quiet residential area with wonderful open countryside views to the rear and within walking distance of the village centre and Primary School. The flexible living accommodation briefly consists: glazed entrance porch, reception hall, open plan kitchen/dining and sitting room, WC, utility/store room and to the first floor there are five bedrooms and a house bathroom.

Outside, there is an attractive garden to the front with private driveway, former garage that is currently used for storage. A path leads down the side of the house to the generous garden to the rear with open countryside views, a large tiered terrace area ideal for al fresco dining and a further seating area.

Addingham is a much sought after village which enjoys a delightful setting amidst some of the area's most beautiful open countryside and stands just a short drive from the Yorkshire Dales National Park and the Duke of Devonshire's Estate at Bolton Abbey. The village benefits from a selection of shops, pubs, a post office and regular bus services to the surrounding areas. Ilkley is located approximately 3 miles away and has a wide range of first class amenities including supermarkets, shops, restaurants, bars and regular rail links to the commercial centres of Leeds and Bradford.


Having gas fired central heating radiators and UPVC double glazed windows throughout.


Having windows to both the side and front elevation, central heating radiator, wall light and glass panelled door leading to:-


A welcoming hall fitted with wall lights, central heating radiator, stairs to the first floor with under stairs storage.


4.75m (15' 7") x 3.33m (10' 11")

A lovely light room with two windows and exterior door to the rear, fitted with cream shaker style wall and base cabinets, an inset stainless sink and drainer, integrated appliances include an electric double oven and hob with stainless steel extractor filter hood above, two central heating radiators, ceiling lights, built in pantry cupboard. Off the kitchen is a door to the WC and Utility/store room. As you go from the kitchen to the dining room there is a seating area with space for a small sofa.


3.48m (11' 5") x 2.67m (8' 9")

With a window to the rear elevation with views over the rear garden to the countryside beyond, a ceiling light and ample space for a large dining table. A wide aperture opens into:-


4.00m (13' 1") x 3.43m (11' 3")

A generous room with window to the front elevation, two wall lights, central heating radiator, a feature stone fire place and hearth which incorporates an open fire.


Fitted with a WC and wash hand basin. Window to the side elevation and ceiling light.


3.45m (11' 4") x 2.47m (8' 1")

A useful storage facility which also accommodates the gas fired central heating boiler and has plumbing provided for an automatic washing machine. This area has been section off from the integral garage and could be re-instated if required.


Staircase from the reception hall leading up to the landing which has access to the two lofts, ceiling and wall lights, airing cupboard and built in cupboard/wardrobe.


3.93m (12' 11") x 3.18m (10' 5")

Double bedroom with window to the front elevation, ceiling light, central heating radiator and fitted wardrobes.


3.36m (11' 0") x 2.43m (8' 0")

Double bedroom with window to the front elevation, ceiling light, central heating radiator and fitted shelving.


3.35m (11' 0") x 2.84m (9' 4")

Double bedroom with window overlooking the rear garden and open countryside beyond, ceiling light and central heating radiator.


3.07m (10' 1") x 2.44m (8' 0")

Currently used as a snug with ceiling light, radiator, built in storage cupboard and window to the rear elevation.


2.44m (8' 0") x 1.98m (6' 6")

At present this room is used as a home office with a window to the front elevation, ceiling light and central heating radiator.


Fitted with a white three-piece suite comprising panelled bath with an electric shower over and screen, pedestal wash basin and WC. Having opaque window to the rear elevation, ceiling light, extractor fan and central heating radiator.


The property is set back from the roadside with a small lawn garden set behind a low-level stone wall and a driveway providing off-road parking in front of the former garage which is now a storage space. A particular feature of this property is the garden to the rear which backs onto open fields. Having a large tiered paved terrace with ample space for a table and chairs, well-maintained herbaceous borders, garden shed, a further seating area and generous sized lawn.


From our offices in Crescent Court, Ilkley, turn left onto Leeds Road and proceed through the traffic lights onto Church Street, becoming Skipton Road. Follow the road towards Addingham. Turn right off the by-pass and follow the road through the village, as you come out of the village you will pass The Craven Heifer pub on the right hand side, take a right turn onto School Lane, then first left continuing on School Lane and the property can be found on the left hand side, clearly identified by the Hunters For Sale board.

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