Rock View Terrace, Embsay, Skipton BD23


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  • Bedrooms: 2
A cosy Victorian end terrace situated in an elevated position with pleasant long distance views to both the front and rear. Offering two double bedrooms, living room, dining-kitchen, small cellar, rear entrance lobby and a house bathroom. Retaining many period features and offering charm and easily maintained living accommodation with gas fired central heating and double glazing.

An entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor, leads firstly to the cosy living room with period style tiled open fireplace and with dual aspect double glazed windows providing attractive views and plenty of natural light. The dining-kitchen is of good proportions and features a range of shaker style fitted base units with oak worktops incorporating a Belfast sink, four ring gas hob with extractor hood, and fan oven. Featuring an exposed stone recessed fireplace (currently not in use) with stone hearth and original glazed and leaded display cupboards and fitted shelves to each side. Having space for further units if required and room for a six person dining suite. A large double glazed window offers a pleasant outlook. The rear entrance lobby features the original stone flagged floor, a door and window onto the rear yard and provides space for storing outdoor gear and coats. A further door leads down to the keeping cellar.

On the landing there is a double glazed window providing long distance views and with access to two double bedrooms and house bathroom. Bedroom one has some delightful long distance views, a small walk in cupboard providing storage, and there is ample space for a double bed and free standing or fitted units. Room two is a further double bedroom with dual aspect windows, again with pleasant long distance views and a cast iron period fireplace (not in use).

The generous sized bathroom features an enamelled bath with shower screen and thermostatic shower, pedestal washbasin and WC. A double glazed window gives ventilation and fine views towards Embsay Crag.

To the front of the property there is an enclosed front garden area with well stocked beds, and a flagged terrace featuring original cast iron railings providing a pleasant place to sit and watch the world go by. At the rear there is a concreted yard area with ample space for a greenhouse and shed, and leading to a substantial adjoining outbuilding/utility room with electricity supply, central heating radiator, shelving, plumbing for a washing machine and drier and also houses the property's gas fired central heating boiler. Plenty of space in here for bikes and outdoor gear.

A cracking cottage with a unique layout and features, set in the heart of the desirable village of Embsay and in the catchment area for the superb high schools in Skipton which is a five minute drive or a twenty minute walk away. Embsay has a newsagent/village shop two public houses an excellent primary school and cricket and football teams and is in The Yorkshire Dales National Park.

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