Detached House - GARDEN TERRACE, LOTHERSDALE | Guide Price £250,000
RARE TO THE MARKET, HAVING HAD THE SAME OWNER FOR OVER 70 YEARS, THIS VERY CHARMING AND INDIVIDUAL TWO BEDROOMED STONE DETACHED COTTAGE ENJOYING A QUIET RURAL PICTURESQUE SETTING ADJACENT TO THE BECK WHILST CLOSE TO THE CENTRE OF THIS POPULAR VILLAGE. WITH MANY ATTRACTIVE FEATURES AND HUGE POTENTIAL TO EXTEND, SUBJECT TO RELEVANT PLANNING, THIS PROPERTY SITS IN ITS OWN GROUNDS WITH OFF ROAD PARKING, GARAGE, SHED, STORAGE ,GOOD SIZED GARDEN TO THE SIDE AND SEATING AREA OVERLOOKING THE BECK. THIS PROPERTY IS IN NEED OF CONSIDERABLE RENOVATION. THIS APPEALING COTTAGE OFFERS CONSIDERABLY MORE THAN FIRST MEETS THE EYE AND IS VERY STRONGLY RECOMMENDED FOR INTERNAL VIEWING IN ORDER TO FULLY APPRECIATE THE HUGE AMOUNT OF POSSIBILITIES THIS PROPERTY HAS TO OFFER.
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PROPERTY DETAILS Rare to the market, having had the same owner for over 70 years, this very charming and individual two bedroomed stone detached cottage enjoying a quiet rural picturesque setting adjacent to the beck whilst close to the centre of this popular rural village.
With many attractive features and huge potential to extend, subject to relevant planning, this property sits in its own grounds with off road parking, garage, shed, good sized garden to the side and seating area overlooking the beck. This property is in need of considerable renovation and has multi fuel central heating. This appealing cottage offers considerably more than first meets the eye and is very strongly recommended for internal viewing in order to fully appreciate the huge amount of possibilities this property has to offer.
Described very briefly: living room through to kitchen with basement storage, on to a side extension which forms a utility room with ground floor W/C, stairs from the lounge lead to the first floor bedrooms and a bathroom area.
Lothersdale is a very popular rural village community surrounded by beautiful open countryside whilst served by a variety of local amenities including a primary school, church and public house, whilst the towns of Skipton, Crosshills, Colne and Ilkley are all located within circa fifteen minutes travelling distance away by car. The business centres of West Yorkshire and East Lancashire are also within comfortable daily commuting distance.
LIVING ROOM 15' 8" x 11' 1" (4.78m x 3.38m) with triple aspect windows one over looking the beck. Exposed beams and feature recessed open fireplace with brick base and surround. Staircase leading to the first floor and access to kitchen.
KITCHEN 15' 9" x 8' (4.8m x 2.44m) with duel aspect windows and an attractive aga range, stainless steel sink set into a cupboard unit, beamed ceiling and access to basement storage and additional utility/kitchen area.
UTILITY ROOM/KITCHEN & WC 17' 0" x 9' 2" (5.18m x 2.79m) forming part of a side extension with separate access to the garden, duel aspect windows with views over the garden and back. Selection of storage units and shelves, one housing a sink with taps and drainer. Ground floor W/C off to the side and storage areas.
BEDROOM ONE 14' 9" x 7' 3" (4.5m x 2.21m) with wooded windows with views across the beck from the rear elevation. Pitched beamed ceiling and access to bedroom two.
BEDROOM TWO 14' 9" x 12' 3" (4.5m x 3.73m) with far reaching views towards hills and views over looking the beck, original cast iron period fireplace with tiled surround. Pitched beamed ceiling and carpet flooring. Panelled bath with tiled surround and pedestal wash basin with tiled splashback.
OUTSIDE There is a large garden to the side of the property. Detached garage and drive for off road parking. Brick built out building for storage and a storage shed. The cottage directly borders the beck at the rear with seating and garden area.