You enter the property through a UPVC door into the kitchen diner found at the rear of the property. The kitchen diner benefits from being neutrally decorated with three large double glazed windows which allow ample light in. Underfoot is a tiled effect floor. The kitchen comprises of ample lower and upper level cupboards finished to a shaker style. Above the low level cupboards a Oak worktop with tiled splash backs is present. The kitchen utilities comprise of a pot sink with drainer which benefits from one of the double glazed windows above, space for a range style oven which has a built in extractor hood above, space for a free standing fridge freezer, space for a dish washer and space for a washing machine are also present. The kitchen has a high ceiling with a number of exposed beams adding character to this space. A serving hatch/ opening is present which looks into the sitting room while catching some of the view through the double glazed window in the sitting room. A timber door with glass panels leads into the sitting room.
Again a neutrally decorated space which boasts a multi fuel burning stove sat on a stone hearth with a brick surround and Oak mantel. The sitting room boasts integrated storage with timber doors perfect for cloak and shoe storage. A large double glazed window, and double glazed stained glass feature window above the stable door both allow ample light to pour in. A lovely view out over Keighley exists from this room. The sitting room gives access via staircases to the lower ground floor and the first floor.
A spacious bedroom/ playroom which is neutrally decorated with inset spot lights and a large double glazed window which is also a fire escape. Extra storage is found under the staircase. A wooden door leads into the office/ music room.
A neutrally decorated office/ music room which benefits from a timber desk and direct access into a large storage area behind. Inset spot lights exist above and the vendor informs us the walls of the office/ music room have been sound proofed.
A large storage area which is neutrally decorated and is the full width of the office and bedroom.
A spacious and neutrally decorated landing which leads to two bedrooms and the family bathroom. Behind a panelled timber door a staircase leads upto the second floor master bedroom/ snug.
A neutrally decorated double bedroom with a high ceiling and a large double glazed window which allows ample light in and offers a lovely view out and over Keighley. A feature brick chimney breast is presented and underfoot a wood effect floor.
A neutrally decorated bedroom which again benefits from a high ceiling and a large double glazed window which looks out and over Keighley.
A fully tiled bathroom which comprises of a Jacuzzi bath with lighting, a power shower above and glass screen. A pedestal wash basin and W.C. exist. A frosted double glazed window allows ample natural light in.
An outstanding master bedroom which is neutrally decorated and benefits from a high ceiling and a feature exposed brick chimney breast. Underfoot a Canadian red wood timber floor is present and above exposed beams which are believed to originate from one of Plymouth’s shipyards. Inset spot lights also exist above.
Externally the property benefits from being tucked away from the road making it private and quiet. A path leads to the property from Alpha Street, you access the property through a gate which leads around the side of the property to a shared yard at the rear. Internally the property can be accessed either through a UPVC door into the kitchen diner or a UPVC stable door into the sitting room. A timber decked area also exists which is currently rented from The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway Preservation Society at a nominal fee. The timber decked area offers the perfect space for sitting out in the warmer months and the opportunity for railway enthusiasts to enjoy the steam railway from close proximity, directly above and in the comfort of their own home with added bonus of far reaching viewings over Keighley and beyond.
• The decked area referred to as the garden is currently rented from The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway Preservation Society at a cost of £5.00 per annum.
• Property Tenure – Freehold-
• Council Tax Band A.