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IMPRESSIVE BINGLEY HOME HITS THE MARKET

Residential News | Fri 23 Aug 2019
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A unique, character filled five-bedroom house in Bingley that is full of elegant period features, is being marketed for sale with our Bingley office.

Ash Ghyll sits in a quiet area on Bromley Road, close to Bingley’s famous Five Rise Locks. The property boasts extremely generous living accommodation and offers a wonderful blend of original features and modern style.

The ground floor has a striking entrance hallway which leads to a cloakroom w/c, study and formal dining room. An inner hallway leads to a superb family lounge with adjoining terrace, family room and a bespoke dining kitchen with external laundry room. 

On the first floor, there is a house bathroom and separate shower room along with five double bedrooms and a balcony terrace leading from the master suite. 

Outside there are large secluded gardens, a rear courtyard, detached garage and block paved patio terrace areas, along with access to a lower ground floor workshop and cellar. 
Daniel Elven, branch manager at our Bingley office, said: “This is a rare opportunity to buy a very special period family home that is brimming with character, in one of Bingley’s most sought after residential areas. It will appeal to anyone looking for a tasteful and completely individual home, that’s also very flexible and versatile.

“The substantial gardens and grounds also offer the potential to extend or develop the property further, subject to the relevant planning permission and building regulations being obtained.”

Ash Ghyll is on the market for £550,000. For further information and to arrange a viewing, contact the Bingley team on 01274 560421 or visit www.dacres.co.uk 

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