An attractively presented modern three bedroom townhouse with a rear conservatory, enclosed garden and garage enjoying a head of cul-de-sac location in this popular Wharfedale village. EPC Rating D
This attractively presented, stone faced property offers accommodation over two floors and forms one of an l-shaped block of six mews houses forming the head of an "off the beaten track" cul-de-sac but close to the village centre. The property has a rear conservatory opening to and overlooking a manageable private landscaped garden. There is a garage nearby with parking for two cars in front. The accommodation is offered with a gas fired heating system and the windows are UPVC sealed double glazed.
Covered Entrance Porch
Entrance Hall with laminate floor and useful understair storage cupboard off.
Lounge with oriel front square bay window, wood fireplace surround with marble interior and hearth with electric fire. Laminate floor, two wall light points and inter-connecting door to:
Kitchen fitted with a modern range of wall and base units having working surfaces over, a sink unit inset and tiled splashback surrounding. The kitchen includes an integrated dishwasher, fridge freezer, an oven and hob, together with plumbing for a washing machine. UPVC window and door to the rear garden as well as French doors opening to:
Conservatory with underfloor heating with quality tiles over and windows opening to and looking out over the private manageable landscaped garden.
Landing loft access and a useful storage cupboard.
Bedroom One having front facing window.
Bedroom Two with rear facing window.
Bedroom Three with front facing window and built in double cupboard.
Bathroom with white suite and tiled walls comprising panelled bath, shower cubicle, wash hand basin with cupboard below and rear facing window.
Separate Low Suite WC with wash hand basin.
Outside single garage with up and over door and with car parking space for two cars in front. There is a neat low maintenance front garden with crushed slate and central shrub display and to the rear, the garden is fully landscaped, manageable and private being enclosed, south facing with circular patio and neat lawn and flower borders.
Leave Otley in an easterly direction on the A659 Pool Road. On entering the village of Pol turn right adjacent to the Shell Petrol filling station and then take the 2nd turning on the right onto Church Lane. Church Garth is the first turning on the left and No:17 will be found at the head of the cul-de-sac identified by the Dacre, Son & Hartley For Sale board.
LS21 Zed-Index £248,152£404,249£213,119£196,125£162,795 stats for
Value change £8,564(3.57%)£12,344(5.24%)£15,212(6.53%)£16,003(6.89%)£19,907(8.72%)£13,036(5.54%)£28,311(12.88%) from
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