Hargreaves Street, Crosshills

£100,000 SSTC


A fantastic opportunity to purchase a starter home or investment property, which has been a successful rental property for the last 7 years or so. Situated on a quiet street and being constructed of coursed Yorkshire stone with stone jambs heads and sills, set under a pitched roof. Offered with vacant possession and perhaps now requiring some further modernisation, although the property has just been redecorated throughout. Further improvements might include a new kitchen and bathroom suite, however the property is double glazed and benefits from gas central heating. Offering two bedrooms, a bathroom, a large reception room, and a fitted kitchen to the rear of the property with a bulk head cellar. Outside there is on street parking and a yard/garden to the rear with open views. Offered at a realistic price, this quaint cottage is ready for your finishing touches.


Cross Hills is home to the many pubs and restaurants including a Cantonese and an Italian restaurant and the village has several smaller retail outlets. The larger retailer is the Co-Op supermarket just off Main Street. There is also a SPAR store towards the western end of Main Street with a Post Office inside. The village has a large health centre on Holme Lane and is only a mile or so from the Airedale NHS Trust hospital at Steeton. There is a public library and a police station as well and the largest secondary and sixth form college in the area, South Craven School, is located in Cross Hills off Holme Lane. Local primary schools are in Sutton-in-Craven, Glusburn and Kildwick. The village is well served by road communications as it is close to the main A629 connecting Keighley and Skipton. The A6068 trans-Pennine route from Colne forms the village's Main Street and joins the A629 at the large roundabout between Cross Hills and nearby Kildwick.


Approached off Hargreaves street through a UPVC glazed door into a generous sized reception room with ample space for a couple of sofas, armchairs and living room furniture. With natural light from a double glazed window to the front and having a recessed alcove encompassing a fitted cupboard housing the property's modern electric consumer unit. With multi-point adjustable spotlight, central heating radiator and finished in modern colours.


Set to the rear of the property and with a range of base and wall units finished in white with brush steel handles. Having granite effect worktops over, incorporating a four ring gas hob with whirlpool fan oven below. A separate base unit incorporates a sink, set below a large UPVC double glazed window looking out across the rear yard onto a field. With further natural light and access into the yard from a UPVC panelled and double glazed door and having a heating radiator. Off the kitchen there is a bulk head cellar with original stone keeping shelves and with plumbing and space for a washing machine.


Approached from the original stone staircase onto a central landing with the bedrooms and bathroom off.


A very generous sized double bedroom featuring exposed wide board flooring and with great natural light from a large double glazed window with heating radiator below. Ample space here for a super king size bed and fitted or free standing bedroom furniture.


Set to the rear of the property, a smaller double bedroom or an excellent sized single bedroom with some pleasant long distance views onto the Moors from a large UPVC double glazed window. Again having wide board exposed timber flooring, central heating radiator and a loft hatch giving access to the roof space.


As mentioned, perhaps now requiring a refit but functional and finished in white, to include a panelled bath with shower head attachment to the taps, full pedestal basin and a dual-flush WC with timber seat. Having part panelling to the bath wall incorporating a vanity area, and with a built-in cupboard housing the property's gas fired boiler. Natural light from a double glazed window with some attractive views over the adjacent field, extractor fan and central heating radiator.


To the front of the property there is on street parking and to the rear there is a good size yard/garden area with plenty of scope to make an attractive and useful alfresco dining space and garden.


All mains services are connected.


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