Main Street, Farnhill

£169,950 Asking Price
2 Bedroom
1 Bathroom

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Quick Information

  • Ref: 13595
  • Type: Cottage
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Council Tax Band: C
  • Tenure: Freehold

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Property Features

Property Features

  • TWO BED END TERRACE COTTAGE
  • SMALL YARD AREA WITH WOOD AND COAL STORE
  • TWO RECEPTION ROOMS
  • CHARM AND CHARACTER
  • SPACIOUS ACCOMMODATION
  • CLOSE TO EXCELLENT SCHOOLS
  • LOCAL VILLAGE PUB
  • PERFECT FIRST TIME BUYERS PROPERTY
  • EARLY VIEWING A MUST!

Property Summary

This CHARMING, CHARACTERFUL STONE-BUILT COTTAGE boasts an attractive DOUBLE-FRONTED design and is nestled at the end of a row, offering surprisingly SPACIOUS AND WELL-PRESENTED ACCOMMODATION with TWO BEDROOMS, TWO RECEPTION ROOMS and SMALL YARD AREA with wood and coal store. Ideally located in a desirable Aire Valley village, it's just a short walk from the picturesque Leeds/Liverpool canal.

Full Details

PROPERTY DETAILS
This charming stone-built cottage boasts an attractive double-fronted design and is nestled at the end of a row, offering surprisingly spacious accommodation with two bedrooms and two reception rooms. Ideally located in a desirable Aire Valley village, it's just a short walk from the picturesque Leeds/Liverpool canal.
Character abounds in this intriguing cottage, featuring a quaint porthole window on the gable end, a multi-fuel stove, and the convenience of gas central heating along with UPVC sealed unit double glazing. The well-presented interior comprises: A cosy living room with feature multi fuel stove, separate dining room, fitted kitchen, a first-floor landing with exposed stone feature walls, generously sized master bedroom with fitted wardrobes, spacious second bedroom and bathroom complete with a white three-piece white. Outside there is a small yard area adjoining the rear access together with a small wood and coal store opposite.

Kildwick with Farnhill, a highly regarded village community, sits near the River Aire and is intersected by the Leeds/Liverpool canal. The village boasts amenities such as a respected primary school, a park/playground, a medieval Church and the popular White Lion pub. Nearby Cross Hills offers a variety of shops and facilities, along with the esteemed South Craven secondary school. Residents can enjoy scenic walks along the village waterways and surrounding moorland. The historic market town of Skipton, known as the 'Gateway to the Dales', lies just four miles away, providing abundant shopping and leisure opportunities. For commuters, the business hubs of West Yorkshire and East Lancashire are easily accessible, with railway stations in the neighboring villages of Cononley and Steeton offering regular services to Leeds and Bradford.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
There is a pedestrian right of way for neighbours to the rear of the property.