Beltrees, Occupation Lane, Oakworth, BD22
A grand six bedroom detached period house with double garage and a range of outbuildings standing in large well kept gardens, delightfully situated in this popular suburb of Keighley.
Built in 1927 Beltrees is a large family home with character and style and rarely do these types of property come to the open market.
Spacious, flexible accommodation, which if desired could be arranged to provide an annexe/separate living space, is provided across two floors.
The ground floor has a large, impressive entrance hall, four reception rooms with original features, including two with open fires, study, breakfast kitchen, utility room, conservatory, downstairs cloakroom and two pantries.
On the first floor are six bedrooms, two bathrooms, a laundry room and a box room which could be utilised to provide an en-suite to the master bedroom.
Whilst many original features have been retained, the property benefits from UPVC double glazing, gas central heating, a new Everhot range cooker in the kitchen and recently modernised bathrooms.
This is undoubtedly a property that will appeal to the growing family or extended family and will only be fully appreciated by an internal inspection.
Beltrees stands in well maintained grounds of approximately an acre which are principally lawned but also contain a well established vegetable garden and an ornamental pond as well as a double garage and various out-buildings including a stable. The driveway to the front and side provides further parking.
The property, which enjoys far reaching views, is situated in a popular suburb of Keighley and is conveniently located for both Oakworth village and Keighley town centres. In addition, several major towns and cities in both West and North Yorkshire are readily accessible by both road and rail.
From our North Street office proceed onto the High Street and go straight across the first roundabout onto Oakworth Road. Follow Oakworth Road for approximately 1 mile then turn right into Wheathead Lane. Continue to the top of Wheathead Lane, turn left into Branshaw Drive and continue straight forward into Camborne Way. At the end of Camborne Way turn left into Occupation Lane. Beltrees is the first entrance on the left.