Situated in this prime residential area of Spring Gardens towards the top end of Keighley, this beautifully presented house has much to offer by the way of gardens, internal accommodation, views and lifestyle. A substantial 1930's arts and craft style semi detached property, set under a rosemary tile roof with whitewashed walls making it a chocolate box style home, retaining many of its original features. Offering in brief:- delightful gardens to the front, side and rear, setting the house off to its best. Two spacious reception rooms, a dining kitchen, and to the first floor, three bedrooms and a house bathroom. To the second floor a substantial bedroom/home office suite. Benefitting from a single garage, off-street parking and gas central heating.
With leaded and double glazed door leading into a reception hall, with period wall coverings and woodwork to include a plate rack and original staircase. With further natural light from a leaded window to the gable, making it a light reception hall, and having built in cupboards for storage.
RECEPTION ROOM 1
Of square shape in layout and of good proportions, offering ample space for three sofas and associated living room furniture, centered around a more recently fitted coal effect gas fire mounted onto a tiled back and matching hearth with timber surround. A beautifully presented room with feature bay window, having leaded lights looking across the front gardens and with some pleasant long distance views. Coving to ceiling and double panelled radiator.
RECEPTION ROOM 2
Currently used as a dining room. Again a square shaped and spacious reception room, with ample space for an eight person dining suite and associated furniture. With panoramic double glazed and leaded windows looking onto the rear garden and with heated radiator and coving to ceiling.
A contemporary dining kitchen with a range of shaker style base and wall units in pastel colours with chrome handles. Having quality laminate worktops, incorporating a single bowl sink and a four ring gas hob with electric fan oven below and canopy hood above. Good amounts of natural light from two leaded windows looking out onto the rear garden, and with space and plumbing for a washing machine and fridge freezer. Benefitting from a dining-booth providing built in seating for four people, ideal for breakfast and less formal meals and with natural light to this area from a leaded window looking out onto the side garden. A spacious and light dining kitchen with a timber and glazed door opening onto the side gardens and driveway.
Approached off the original 1930's staircase with an attractive panelled returned balustrade, onto a spacious landing with natural light from a leaded window to the gable.
Featuring a dual flush 'art deco' style wc, natural light from a double glazed and leaded window to the gable end, and having heated radiator.
Beautifully presented and spacious master bedroom with ample room for a king size bed and side tables, along with fitted or freestanding furniture. Featuring a large double glazed and leaded window (almost the full width of the room), and offering terrific long distance views across the Aire Valley. Exposed timber flooring, cornice to ceiling and dado rail.
A further large and square shaped bedroom with space for a king size bed and furniture. A large double glazed and leaded window looking out onto the rear garden with some pleasant long distance views onto the moors.
The third and final double bedroom on this floor. Currently set up as a large single bedroom but with ample space for a double bed. With flyover shelf above a leaded and double glazed window to the front of the property with lovely views onto the Aire Valley. Heating radiator.
Set to the rear of the property with good amounts of natural light from a leaded and double glazed window. Featuring a panelled bath with thermostatic shower over and a full pedestal basin. Of good proportions, this room also has a range of built-in cupboards providing excellent storage as well as space for a tumble dryer. Having laminate flooring, heating radiator and being fully tiled to the shower area, reducing to half height tiling to the remainder.
BEDROOM 4/HOME OFFICE SUITE
A substantial attic conversion, with some restricted head height. Previously used as a double bedroom, and currently used as a spacious home office/study. With good natural light from three Velux windows which also provide fantastic views onto the Aire Valley, ample space for desks, music equipment and a bed if required. With double panelled radiator, exposed roof timbers and a return balustrade staircase down to the first floor landing.
The property benefits from good sized gardens. At the rear, a hard landscaped flagged garden with raised border, and offers bin storage and alfresco dining areas, being very private. To the side there are stone flagged paths leading across beautifully kept and stocked borders onto the substantial sun terrace at the front of the property. The remainder of the front gardens are laid mainly to lawn with a tarmacadam path running down to a wrought iron gate onto View Road. Again with well stocked and maintained borders, evergreen hedging and mature trees and shrubs providing the boundaries.
Garage with a tarmac parking space in front leading to a single garage with an up and over door providing cover parking for one small vehicle and with power supply.
There is a very useful outhouse approached from the side of the property, housing the gas central heating boiler and meter, and providing good storage for garden equipment.
All mains services are connected.
COUNCIL TAX BAND
Council tax band E