Superb, detached family home enjoying generous living space with light and spacious rooms
Useful Annex accommodation
Large, private and established grounds
Double garage, private drive and extensive parking
Idyllic position with attractive views in historic part of Addingham
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Set within attractive, private grounds in this idyllic position within Addingham village, Greendyke House offers a most appealing detached home having generous well planned accommodation with the advantage of a self-contained Annex / office.
Greendyke House offers a rare and exciting opportunity to acquire a superb, detached home in this historic part of Addingham village, set well within large, private and established gardens that provide an enviable backdrop in this beautiful location.
The spacious and well planned accommodation on offer is set over two floors and in brief includes a spacious and welcoming entrance hall, large through sitting room that enjoys an abundance of natural light and access to the garden, dining room once again having access to the garden, study, cloakroom / wc, and modern fitted kitchen being open to a garden room which enjoys some pleasant views over the garden. From the kitchen there is access to a utility room which also provides access to the integral double garage. Stairs lead from the utility to the first floor Annex accommodation.
To the first floor, a central galleried landing gives access to four spacious bedrooms, some of which enjoy stunning, far reaching views down the Wharfe Valley. The master bedroom has the added luxury of a modern en-suite and separate dressing room. The Annex accommodation, which can be accessed from both the ground floor and through bedroom three, includes a wc, study area and two good sized reception rooms which offer particularly versatile accommodation and could suit a number of uses, including a home office / Annex or extension of the principal property’s accommodation.
Access to the property is via a single track, tarmacadam private drive which opens to a larger parking area that also provides access to the integral double garage. The property sits centrally in extensive gardens that include both front and rear lawns, westerly facing patio, a variety of planted beds and herb garden.
The village of Addingham enjoys a lovely setting on the southern bank of the River Wharfe, just some three miles drive from the former Victorian spa town of Ilkley and equally accessible to the Duke of Devonshire's renowned Bolton Abbey Estate. The village retains a strong sense of community and offers a good provision of everyday amenities including a number of local shops, a popular primary school, choice of pubs/restaurants, and sporting amenities. A number of clubs fish the River Wharfe, whilst the surrounding moors and countryside offer many an opportunity for delightful walks and other rural pursuits.
The former Victorian spa town of Ilkley is well known for its highly desirable living environment, complemented by a broad range of retail and cultural amenities. An excellent choice of restaurants, wine bars and tea rooms add to the busy social round, whilst highly regarded sports clubs include those catering for golf, rugby, tennis and squash. There is direct access from Ilkley's railway station into the cities of Leeds and Bradford, and from the former city there are also regular services throughout the day to London Kings Cross. Leeds Bradford International Airport is only some 14 miles from Addingham.
From Ilkley proceed westerly towards Addingham and at the foot of the bypass turn right towards the village. Take the next right hand turn signposted towards Grassington and Bolton Abbey and continue ahead for a couple of hundred yards before turning sharp right onto Low Mill Lane. Continue down Low Mill Lane. Access to Greendyke House can be found on the right hand side, immediately after the property named Greystones.
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