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£325,000

3 Bedroom Terraced House Sold STC

Station Road, Arthington, Otley LS21 1NN

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Key Features

  • Stunning presentation. It's got appeal in bucket loads!
  • Almost 1500 square feet of living space over 4 floors
  • Attractive open plan kitchen dining room
  • Large living room with wood burning stove & patios doors
  • Basement utility room
  • 3 double bedrooms, the master with ensuite
  • West facing rear garden with Indian stone patio
  • Gorgeous countryside walks directly from the house
  • 2 minutes drive from Pool in Wharfedale Primary School & village amenities
  • EWEMOVE are OPEN 24/7 for your enquiries

Description

THE WOW FACTOR! A gorgeously presented & Tardis-like mid-terraced period cottage set over 4 floors, situated in the beautiful Lower Wharfe Valley with 3 double bedrooms, providing oodles of space for a family. Plentiful off-street parking & a sunny west-facing rear garden. Ewe must see me!

This beautifully presented freehold home has around 1500 square feet of living space and is deceptively spacious. The current owners have created a very inviting property with a homely feel and it needs to be seen in person to fully appreciate the attractive finish and size of the property. It retains elements of yesteryear which add to the character.

Stepping into the attractive open-plan kitchen dining room you instantly know you've walked into a beautiful home and it carries on from there. The spacious living room with a wood-burning stove as its centrepiece is so naturally bright and leads directly via patio doors into the very pleasant west-facing rear garden.

The barrel-shaped basement utility room is not only practical but also provides excellent storage space too. Moving to the first floor, you will discover the spacious master double bedroom with an ensuite shower room, a further double bedroom and the large designer bathroom with a roll-top bath and separate shower. Double bedroom 2 occupies the second floor and there is plenty of room to create an out-of-the-way home office area too.

Plentiful car parking is available very close by next to the village green.

Situated in the beautiful Lower Wharfe Valley, the property location provides easy road access to Otley, Leeds and Harrogate along with Leeds Bradford Airport only a 10-minute drive. Menston train station or Weeton station in nearby Huby is useful for rail commuters to Leeds or Bradford. The property is located in a gorgeous rural setting with wonderful rural walks, yet it is only a couple minute's drive from Pool-in Wharfedale with all of its amenities, such as a popular primary school, the White Hart Pub, Post Office and village store, chemist, petrol station and more. This friendly little hamlet has a small village green which is the centrepiece of the summer Fete.

DIRECTIONS - From the White Hart Pub, leave Pool in Wharfedale at the mini roundabout on the A659 towards Arthington and Harewood beyond. Drive for 2 minutes and Station Road is opposite the former Wharfedale Inn on the right-hand side identified and the property is identified by the EweMove Buy Me Board.

This home includes:
  • 01 - Kitchen Diner

    4.87m x 4.53m (22 sqm) - 15' 11" x 14' 10" (237 sqft)

    With real slate flooring, this elegantly styled large dining kitchen with a moveable island works perfectly for modern living and entertaining. The plentiful base and wall storage units form an L-shape leaving plenty of room for a dining table and chairs. The cooker with gas burners and electric oven neatly fits in the old fireplace. Contrasting solid oak block worktops and Belfast sink finish the kitchen nicely.

  • 02 - Living Room

    5.04m x 4.38m (22.1 sqm) - 16' 6" x 14' 4" (238 sqft)

    A very spacious living room! Natural light floods in from the west-facing patio doors which open out onto the Indian Stone patio. The simply styled contemporary fireplace houses the recently installed wood-burning stove which not only blasts out heat but is a great focal point to cosy up to in the winter.

  • 03 - Utility Room

    4.53m x 2.62m (11.8 sqm) - 14' 10" x 8' 7" (127 sqft)

    The vaulted spacious basement with an arched ceiling is used as a utility room, with space for a washing machine and condensing dryer. A sump pump keeps the room dry so it's an ideal storage room too.

  • 04 - Master Bedroom with Ensuite

    4.38m x 4.2m (18.4 sqm) - 14' 4" x 13' 9" (198 sqft)

    This large double bedroom has the benefit of an ensuite shower room with an old fireplace adds a touch of yesteryear. Engineered wood flooring gives this naturally light bedroom a quality feel.

  • 05 - Shower Room

    En-suite shower room with travertine tiling, white lower level WC, hand basin and shower cubicle.

  • 06 - Bedroom 3

    3.64m x 2.97m (10.8 sqm) - 11' 11" x 9' 8" (116 sqft)

    Another good-sized double room to the front of the property. Engineered wood flooring gives a simple clean look.

  • 07 - Bathroom

    A very attractive split-level substantial bathroom with tiled underfloor heating, Victorian style freestanding roll top bath, WC and built-in wooden vanity unit. Separate walk-in shower cubicle with electric shower.

  • 08 - Bedroom 2

    7.07m x 4.42m (31.2 sqm) - 23' 2" x 14' 6" (336 sqft)

    The loft space has been converted into a sizeable double bedroom with characterful wooden beams, built-in storage and a large Velux window that provides plentiful natural light. Work from home? This room can easily accommodate an office space.

  • 09 - Hall

    A secure composite rear door leads to a small reception hall which providing access to the living room. The reception hall houses a storage cupboard.

  • 10 - Rear Garden

    The landscaped rear garden continues the beautiful presentation theme and is a lovely spot to enjoy the afternoon, and early evening sunshine. There is gated rear access and a brick store is a useful storage addition for your outdoor belongings.

  • 11 - Parking

    There is ample off street unallocated parking on the private road close to the property adjacent to the village green.

  • Please note, all dimensions are approximate / maximums and should not be relied upon for the purposes of floor coverings.


Additional Information:
  • Gas Central Heating

    LPG Bottled Gas. 2 bottles are replaced every 2-3 months at around £70 per bottle. For the majority of the time. the wood-burning stove is used to heat the whole house and is both effective and economical.

  • Double Glazed
  • Council Tax:

    Band D

  • Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) Rating:

    Band E (39-54)
  • Summary

    Additional Information:

    • Council Tax: Band D