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This beautiful three bedroom home is much bigger on the inside than you would ever suspect from the outside. There are many original features as well as some modern additions, which make the most of the extensive space.
A neat, low maintenance front garden sets this charming property back from the road. Entering the property from the front into the lounge, a stunning exposed brick chimney encases the log burning stove and with the beautifully stripped floor boards underfoot, you immediately start to enjoy the homely feel this delightful property exudes.
Moving through to the rear of the property the dining room has a second gorgeous fireplace and log burning stove. The stripped floor boards continue in this lovely, light room with its high ceilings and neat shelving and cupboards that offer useful storage.
The basement of the property has been recently converted into a good sized dining kitchen with useful adjacent store room which houses the boiler. The kitchen has an abundance of storage space and is a clever combination of contemporary and traditional, with sleek white units contrasting against the refurbished stone block which has been repurposed as an island - this space is sure to be the envy of all your friends!
Returning to the ground floor the owners have converted the original kitchen into a utility and downstairs loo - another couple of ticks on the must haves list!
On the first floor there are two bedrooms, both with large built in wardrobes and both superbly decorated. The principal bedroom features a lovely cast iron fireplace. A fantastic family bathroom completes the first floor accommodation. The modern white bathroom is beautifully finished with a bath and shower over.
The second floor is a great space - a large double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and stunning views into the distance. This could make a fabulous master suite offering bliss for parents, their quiet space at the end of the day, or perhaps the teenager of the house will love this room - independence and space from the rest of family!
To the rear of the property there is a gated yard off of the utility, off street parking and the possibility of building a garage (subject to obtaining permission) as many of the neighbours have done.
The rear garden, laid mainly to lawn, has one large raised bed that has been used by the current owners to successfully grow various fruits and vegetables. A neat flower bed edges the garden and at the end there is a small raised patio from which to make the most of the evening sunshine.
The property is brilliantly located to access Guiseley town centre and the train station, but is also ideal for getting out to that great Yorkshire countryside with the beautiful Chevin Forest Park just a short walk away.
4.33m x 3.81m (14'2" x 12'5")
4.01m x 4.33m (13'1" x 14'2")
2.15m x 1.55m (7'0" x 5'1")
2.07m x 1.09m (6'9" x 3'6")
4.32m x 3.80m (14'2" x 12'5")
3.21m x 2.49m (10'6" x 8'2")
2.30m x 1.74m (7'6" x 5'8")
5.77m x 3.99m max (18'11" x 13'1" max)
2.09m x 1.69m (6'10" x 5'6")
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