A delightfully presented and deceptively spacious period cottage located on this quiet street in the popular village of Hellifield. The accommodation briefly comprises;- a reception hall, spacious living/dining room with log burner and bespoke solid oak book shelf, breakfast kitchen, utility area, large cellar with good head height, three double bedrooms and a superb house bathroom. On street parking to the front and a delightful landscaped garden to the rear with long distance views and catching the sun all day. Viewing is highly recommended.
In the Domesday Book, Hellifield is mentioned as Helgeflet; meaning 'Holy Marsh or Stream', translated from Saxon, the village also could have been dedicated to the Saxon Goddess 'Hel' Hellifield nestles on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and is surrounded by rolling hills, dry stone walls and agricultural land. Just a short drive from the Famous market towns of Settle & Skipton and about a 45 minute drive to the South Lakes. Hellifield also boasts its own train station and local amenities include a village shop/grocery,garage, public house and Chippy!
Entered via a UPVC door with obscure double glazed panel and double glazed window above allowing ample natural light. Recessed mat well, oak cupboard housing the electric meter, heating radiator with oak shelf above, wood effect laminate flooring, built in oak shelving for shoes, staircase to the first floor with timber handrail and an original pine panelled door into the living/dining room.
A good sized room with a high ceiling and lots of natural light. To the living end of this room is a log burning stove sat on a tiled hearth with original stone mantle above and feature wallpapered wall. TV point, heating radiator, large UPVC double glazed window (fitted in 2014) to the front elevation, coving to the ceiling, original centre ceiling rose and ample space for sofas, coffee tables etc.
To the dining end of this room, there is ample space for a four/six seater dining table with heating radiator, bespoke solid oak bookshelf with cupboards below, coving to the ceiling, original centre ceiling rose and a timber and glazed door leads into the breakfast kitchen.
With a good range of solid oak wall and base units with oak veneers and contemporary handles, granite effect laminate worktops over and complimentary tiling in between. Four ring gas hob with stainless steel extractor hood over and fan oven below. Double bowl Belfast style sink with mixer tap over. Large UPVC double glazed window (fitted in 2014) with delightful views of the garden. Breakfast bar, space for a fridge, deep pan drawers, high ceiling with coving, oak shelving, heating radiator and original pine panelled door into the utility area. Tiled flooring, spotlight rail, fitted blind and a UPVC door with obscure glazed panel to the garden.
Off the kitchen, with space and plumbing for a washing machine with oak worktop over, timber window, shelving, tiled floor and housing the wall mounted Valiant combination boiler which is circa 6 years old and has been serviced annually. Stone steps lead down to the cellar.
A good sized cellar with good head height, concrete floor, two timber windows allowing natural light, fitted work benches, power and light, space and plumbing for a tumble dryer and freezer and original coal shoot.
A spacious landing access via a straight flight of stairs with handrail and from the reception hall. Original pine panelled doors off to bedrooms and the house bathroom. UPVC double glazed window (fitted in 2014) allowing ample natural light and with views of the garden.
A generous double bedroom with a range of oak built in wardrobes, built in oak dressing table with drawers, UPVC double glazed window (fitted in 2014) to the front elevation, heating radiator, coving to the ceiling and spotlight point.
A double bedroom with a built in wardrobe with timber panelled doors, heating radiator, coving to the ceiling, UPVC double glazed window with views of the garden and allowing ample natural light. Feature wallpapered wall and recess with oak shelving.
A stunning house bathroom featuring a bath with mixer tap and thermostatic shower valve over with contemporary tiling. Dual flush WC and full pedestal wash basin with mixer tap and tiled splash back. Recessed spotlighting, tiled flooring, heated contemporary chrome towel rail, UPVC obscure double glazed window (fitted in 2014) with deep timber sill below and oak display shelving.
On the second floor and accessed via a straight flight of stairs with timber hand rail. A generous double bedroom with two heating radiators, two timber roof lights allowing ample natural light, original pine exposed floor boards, two large eaves storage cupboards with timber panelled doors, loft hatch, telephone point, feature recess and ample space for a double bed and associated bedroom furniture.
To the front of the property there is on street parking. To the rear of the property there is a block paved sitting out area with outside tap. There is gated access across the terrace to the right hand side (Note: number 24 is the only property with access across number 22.) A low stone wall and gravelled pathway leads into a further garden area with a lawn and well stocked raised borders with specimen trees and shrubs. Power point, well stocked vegetable beds and at the end of the garden there is a timber decked area with space for a dining table and surround by the vegetable beds to include a plum tree and rhubarb. Bounded by timber fencing and catching the sun throughout the day.