Park Road, Cross Hills, Keighley, BD20
An incredibly commanding five bedroomed detached family home with games room and bar area, offering stunning views over the Aire Valley along with mature gardens, triple garage and ample parking. With this comes a superb opportunity of land with full planning permission for an expansive four bedroom detached house. Planning No. 2020/21859/FUL
You enter the property through a porch with a stained glass window door which leads into a hallway giving access to the principal rooms and staircase to the first floor.
To the ground floor, the first reception room has an open fire set in a marble fire place and a bay window to the front and a further window to the side. Next, the dining room having a double glazed sash window to the side, a feature tiled floor and an open brick fireplace. Off the hallway is a cloakroom and w.c. with a low flush w.c., wash hand basin and feature tiled floor. The open plan kitchen and living space has a composite door to the side and sash windows to the front along with an open fireplace in cast iron and marble. The kitchen area offers an Aga, Belfast sink, granite worktop surfaces, double oven, microwave, American style fridge/freezer, a gas hob with extractor above, windows to the side and a further window to the rear. From the kitchen there is access to the rear hallway with Amtico flooring and a door to the rear courtyard, also having storage and a utility room with plumbing space for a washing machine. Another door leads through to the games room which has a door to the rear, a single glazed sash window, karndean flooring, opening up to an old feature Victorian w.c. with high flush, single glazed window and feature tiled floor. Through to the bar area with fully functioning bar and with two skylight windows and sliding patio doors giving access to the patio.
To the first floor there is a big feature UPVC leaded window and access to two bedrooms to the front with an open fire in one and both of them being dual aspect with stunning views over the valley. Also to this floor is a study and family bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, a sash UPVC composite window, marble top vanity unit sink, period towel rail and across the landing a separate heritage w.c. with high flush and Amtico flooring. As you proceed down a couple of steps you find the master bedroom with three windows to two sides giving beautiful views and opening up to the dressing room with a window. The en-suite comprises of; a heritage wash basin and w.c., oversized shower cubicle and again with lovely views. Back to the landing which has the benefit of a storage cupboard and a staircase which leads to the second floor.
To the second floor which is ideal for a teenagers pad or granny annexe, with an open landing and one bedroom with windows giving fabulous views down the Aire Valley, also with a walk through dressing area with cupboards and wardrobes either side, further storage off the landing and the bathroom includes a low flush w.c. and a bath, also with a window to the side giving stunning views.
Externally, a tarmaced driveway leads upwards from the private road and gives access to the triple garages which have the benefit of remote control doors, power and light. In addition, there are two secure brick outhouses for storage with one located in the driveway and the other in the rear courtyard. The garden stretches around the house with a courtyard area to the rear and a tiered garden to the front with mature trees and shrubs including a patio area, and a summerhouse which is glazed to the sides and ceiling and has the benefit of power and light. There is also a private hedged area to the side which could provide space for a caravan/motorhome or similar.
The lawned area to the front currently has planning permission for a four bedroomed detached property. Planning No. 2020/21859/FUL.
The many facilities within the villages of Cross Hills/Glusburn are readily accessible which include a supermarket, restaurants, shops and highly regarded primary and secondary schooling. A public transport service links all the surrounding towns and villages whilst the larger bustling market town of Skipton is approximately 5 miles distant. From the local railway stations in Steeton or Cononley, which are approximately two miles away, regular services run to Leeds and Bradford.
From the Crosshills Main Street (B6068) proceed in the direction of Colne. At the mini-roundabout by the Police Station, turn right onto Wheatlands Lane, which bends to the left and becomes Park Road. Take the first accessway on your right and as you enter veer left where the property and plot is located on the left.