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Church Hill, Bramhope

Guide Price £575,000


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Occupying an enviable backwater location yet within the very centre of picturesque Bramhope Village, this individual stone-built residence is a most exciting purchasing opportunity. Stood within an established plot of good size with the predominantly lawned garden enjoying the benefit of a southerly facing aspect, the property provides interesting planned and versatile accommodation arranged over three floors and may suit a family buyer with a dependant relative or independent teenager/young adult. With two reception rooms and a conservatory to the ground floor as well as four bedrooms, en-suite shower room and bathroom the first floor, the versatility is provided by the impressive room on the lower ground floor which could be utilised as a small flatlet or games room and previously it had and external staircase for self containment. Combined with a large double garage, the property, which would respond well to some modernisation, is worthy of a full viewing appointment and has the benefit of immediate vacant possession upon legal completion and therefore no chain!

AMENTITES BRAMHOPE is located approximately eight miles north of Leeds off the A660 and is also within comfortable daily commuting distance of the other commercial centre of Bradford and the former spa towns of Harrogate and Ilkley. The popular and active, historic market town of Otley is about 10-15 minutes drive and offers an excellent choice of shopping facilities including both a Waitrose and a Sainsbury's supermarket, and other family amenities. Public transport facilities to Otley and Ilkley, and in the other direction to Leeds city centre via Headingley and the university are only a few minutes walking distance from the property. BRAMHOPE VILLAGE has a range of local shops including a chemist, a newsagent, a bakery, hair and beauty salons and there is also a welcoming public house and all of which are barely ten minutes walking distance from the property, via a "snicket" from Leeds Road. There is a butchers and a delicatessen, as well as another newsagent in Tredgold Avenue - which is about ten minutes walking distance. THE POPULAR VILLAGE PRIMARY SCHOOL is about 10-15 minutes walking distance and there is also a selection of recreational facilities to suit a range of age groups, including a young children's play area (swings and slides, etc) on The Knoll - which is a very pleasant area of grassland with established trees in the village. Chevin Medical Practice/Bramhope Health Centre is adjacent to the primary school. DELIGHTFUL OPEN COUNTRYSIDE and the FAMOUS GOLDEN ACRE PARK are within very easy reach (less than five minutes drive by car or within relatively easy walking distance) and Leeds and Bradford Airport is about 15 minutes drive. The village cricket ground and the local rugby ground are both about half a mile from the property, in different directions.

ACCOMMODATION The property, which has the benefit of gas fired central heating radiators and sealed unit double glazed windows, briefly comprises (all room sizes are approximate):-

RECEPTION HALL Entered via triple pain sealed unit double glazed door affording good natural light from the southerly facing front elevation. Well proportioned, this is a welcoming environment for welcoming guest and visitors.

CLOAKROOM/WC Fitted with a two-piece suite comprising pedestal wash basin and WC. Window to the front elevation.

LOUNGE Enjoying a lovely light atmosphere with an outlook on to the established southerly gardens and there is the benefit of no properties overlooking from opposite for window privacy. A focal point is provided by an attractive fire place recessed into the chimney breast which has a brick interior and a stone hearth. There are extensive book shelves either side of the chimney breast, window to the rear and double doors leading to...

CONSERVATORY A pleasant environment for quiet relaxation overlooking the southerly facing garden. Double doors to the side giving access to the garden.

DINING ROOM Ideal for everyday family dining or entertaining with windows to the side and rear elevations and a spindled balustrade separates the room from the staircase leading to the lower ground floor. Beamed ceiling adding character to the room and a door leads to...

BREAKFAST KITCHEN Fitted with a range of medium oak fronted wall and base cabinets with working surfaces over as well as a breakfast bar. Complemented by tiled splash backs, there is a sink beneath the two windows to the front southerly facing elevation and there is also the benefit of a further window to the westerly facing side elevation. Integrated appliances include an electric double oven and a gas hob with an extractor filter hood above.

UTILITY ROOM Fitted wall and base units with a working surface over incorporating a sink and drainer beneath the window to the rear elevation. Plumbing is provided for an automatic washing machine and there is a triple pain door leading to ...

ENCLOSED SIDE PORCH With a sealed unit triple pain door to the front and a personal door to the double garage.

LOWER GROUND FLOOR Accessed via a staircase from the Dining Room, this impressively proportioned room has most recently been used as a library but formerly had an external staircase entering the room in the snug area to the front. The snug area enjoys a good degree of natural light from a westerly facing window and the main room, which has extensive oak book shelving, has good natural light provided by patio style windows with a sliding door to the front.

SEPARATE WC Formerly a shower room before the addition of an internal staircase and now fitted with a two- piece suite comprising vanity wash basin and WC.

FIRST FLOOR Staircase leading from the Reception Hall to the first floor landing which has a spindled balustrade and a window to the front, southerly facing garden.

MASTER BEDROOM SUITE A corridor off the landing which has a built-in double wardrobe and built in cupboard as well as access to the En-suite Shower Room, leads to..

MASTER BEDROOM A through room with windows to the front and rear elevation. Fitted oak cupboards.

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM Fitted with a four-piece suite comprising shower enclosure with tiled interior, vanity wash basin, bidet and WC. Half tiled, under eaves storage and window to the front.

BEDROOM Enjoying a duel aspect with windows to the front and side elevation for attractive light. Fitted oak wardrobes and drawers.

BEDROOM With patio style windows incorporating a sliding door to give access to a timber balcony. Built-in double wardrobe.

'L' SHAPE BEDROOM Windows to both the front and rear elevations.

HOUSE BATHROOM Half tiled and fitted with a three-piece suite comprising panelled bath with an electric shower over, pedestal wash basin and WC. Window to the rear.

OUTSIDE The property is approached via a private lane serving three properties but owned Back cottage as is the forecourt where the attractive neighbouring properties can also park and space for guests. Leaving the court yard to the right, the drive provides further parking whilst leading to the large double garage which has a remote controlled up and over door, light and power. The southerly facing established garden is a real feature and is predominantly laid to lawn whilst being well screened for privacy creating a superb environment for outdoor relaxation or entertaining.