Wheatley Lane, Ilkley, LS29
£575,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Spacious 4 bedroom Victorian end terrace located in the heart of Ben Rhydding, being the former village post office and conveniently located within this sought after village. This family home offers flexible living accommodation which briefly comprises: reception hall with the original parquet flooring and oak wall panelling, sitting room, dining room, breakfast kitchen, large cellars, 4 bedrooms and house bathroom. Outside there is a small terraced area with ample space for a table and chairs and space to park a car.

Ben Rhydding is situated to the south of the River Wharfe beneath the famous Cow and Calf Rocks. It has a delightful village feel and offers a number of local shops, post office, church, train station and the well regarded Ben Rhydding primary school. Ilkley town centre is located approximately one mile away and offers a wide range of amenities, boutique shops, everyday stores, traditional pubs, wine bars and restaurants to suit all tastes, as well as excellent social facilities to include the playhouse, lido pools, rugby, cricket and golf clubs. The town also benefits from well-regarded schools for all ages including Ilkley Grammar School. In addition, the stunning scenery of the Wharfe Valley provides the perfect location for countryside walks.

ACCOMMODATION

Having gas central heating, UPVC double glazing to most windows and retains many period features including high ceilings, ceiling roses, dado rails, parquet flooring. oak panelled walls and fireplaces.

RECEPTION HALL

2.08m (6' 10") x 3.66m (12' 0")

A welcoming hallway with window to the front aspect, ceiling light, traditional parquet flooring, oak panelled walls, built in storage cupboard and stairs to the upper floors.

KITCHEN

4.52m (14' 10") x 3.62m (11' 11")

A lovely bright room with window to the side aspect, exterior door to the garden, inset spot lights and pendant ceiling light, central heating radiator, door to the cellar. Having a tiled floor, shaker style wall and base units with complementary quartz work tops with inset sink, integrated electric Zanussi double oven and hob with extra fan above, fridge freezer. There is also a moveable central breakfast island with storage beneath at one side and a breakfast bar down the other.

LIVING ROOM

4.54m (14' 11") x 4.50m (14' 9")

A spacious room with window to the front aspect, log burning stove, ceiling light(the owners will be taking the chandelier) and central heating radiator.

DINING ROOM

4.96m (16' 3") x 4.18m (13' 9")

A generous room with bay window to the side and a further window to the front aspect, feature fireplace, 2 central heating radiators, ceiling light (the vendors will be taking the chandelier).

FIRST FLOOR

Spacious landing area with window to the front elevation, ceiling light and stairs to the top floor.

BEDROOM

3.66m (12' 0") x 3.65m (12' 0")

Large double bedroom with window to the side elevation with views up towards Ilkley Moor

SITTING ROOM/BEDROOM

4.16m (13' 8") x 4.18m (13' 9")

Another spacious room which is currently used as a further sitting room with window to the front aspect, feature fireplace, ceiling light and central heating radiator.

HOUSE BATHROOM

Having 2 opaque windows to the side aspect, shower cubicle, separate bath, low level WC, pedestal hand basin, 2 ceiling lights, central heating radiator and 4 large storage cupboards.

SECOND FLOOR

Having a velux window to the front aspect and ceiling light

BEDROOM

4.14m (13' 7") x 3.38m (11' 1")

Having a small feature fireplace, window to the side aspect with long distant views up to Ilkley Moor, central heating radiator and a ceiling light.

BEDROOM

4.57m (15' 0") x 4.52m (14' 10")

Having a large velux window to the side aspect, central heating radiator, ceiling light and under eaves storage.

CELLARS

The cellar is a combination of 3 further rooms, offering someone the opportunity to create further living space, as this house its own entrance it would ideal an independent teenager or relative. Having a window and door to the side aspect with the original Victorian range and stone sink. The current owners have the washing machine and tumble dryer in here, the boiler is also housed here.

OUTSIDE

To the front of the property there a pedestrian gate which provide access to the front door with is a small area for pots, to the side of the property there is a paved area providing space for table and chairs and further pots if desired, the kitchen and cellars can also be accessed from here. This area is currently used as a driveway but if desired it would be possible to put up a fence and us the whole area as a garden

DIRECTIONS

From our offices in Crescent Court, Ilkley, proceed up Brook Street and turn left onto Station Road. At the mini roundabout, bear left onto Springs Lane and continue onto Bolling Road. Continue past the shops in Ben Rhydding and as the road bends to the left towards the railway bridge, take the right turn onto Wheatley Lane, continue a short distance and the property can be found on the left hand side.

AGENTS NOTES

Council tax band E

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