Beech Close, Gargrave, Skipton, BD23
NO ONWARD CHAIN - A SUBSTANTIALLY built DETACHED house sat within its own grounds offering GOOD internal and external space including a double GARAGE, parking and a well stocked good sized GARDEN.
Standing towards the end of a cul de sac is this detached stone built property with double glazed windows throughout. On entering the property is a central hallway which has a useful storage cupboard and provides access to the principle rooms on the ground floor and a staircase leading to the first floor. The living room has windows to three sides and features a marble fireplace. A further study and dining room provide living accommodation and there is a useful ground floor w.c., partially tiled and fitted with a two piece suite. The kitchen diner has Amtico flooring, a good range of wall, drawer and base units with contrasting worktops and an AGA. French doors lead to a delightful patio. From the kitchen is access to the utility room, which has an external door to the garden and also houses the boiler along with plumbing for a washing machine
The First floor landing has a useful storage cupboard housing the hot water tank and provides access to all first floor rooms. The master bedroom is a large double room with a very large storage cupboard running the full length of the room. In addition there is access to the en-suite, fitted with a four piece suite comprising shower cubical, wash basin, bidet and low flush w.c.. There are a further three good sized bedrooms, two of which have fitted wardrobes. The house bathroom is fitted with a four piece suite comprising bath, shower cubical, wash hand basin and w.c..
Externally the property stands in good sized pleasant gardens. To the front is a double garage with up and over door and additional block paved parking with a decorative area to the side. The house is surrounded by gardens, mostly laid to lawn, with decorative borders, and two delightful patio areas. The gardens are very private and take advantage of the afternoon sun.
Gargrave is a particularly popular village in which to live and includes a good selection of local shops including a supermarket and post office, as well as having a railway station which gives direct access to Leeds in 50 minutes, as well as Bradford and London Kings Cross. Designated as a Conservation Area, it is little wonder that Gargrave is such a popular choice as a place to live - not only is it on the level, but it also has the Pennine Way, as well as both the River Aire and Leeds-Liverpool canal running through, with pretty towpath and river bank walks. Within the village there are also three public houses, cafes, a doctors, chemist, restaurants, a primary school, church and village hall which is the hub of activities for this thriving community. The historic market town of Skipton is 5 miles away with a wider range of shops, social/recreational amenities and reputable schooling.
Entering Gargrave on the A65 from Skipton, in the centre of the village turn left over the bridge on to Church Street, taking the first right by the Masons Arms public house. Procced down Marton Road, and Beech Close will be seen on the right hand side. The property is located to the left of the cul de sac where a Dacre, Son & Hartley 'For Sale' board has been erected.
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