Ground floor: Reception hall, living room, sitting room, study, wc. Lower ground floor: Lobby, living kitchen, utility room, cinema room, store room, wc. First floor: Master bedroom with en-suite and dressing room; four further bedrooms with one en-suite, luxury house bathroom. Gravel finished driveway to double garage. Lawned gardens with terraced areas.
This stunning family home is just one of two new build properties completing the final phase of the highly regarded Myddleton View development, designed by the award winning architects Halliday Clark. This high calibre detached home offers comprehensive modern specification of a high standard throughout with the accommodation having been thoughtfully planned to provide versatile living space which is sure to meet the requirements of modern day family life.
The extensive accommodation in brief includes a welcoming and spacious reception hall, generous living room with large windows making the most of the superb far reaching views, separate sitting room, study and wc. The lower ground floor is dominated by a stunning living kitchen designed by Design House Interiors Ltd of Wetherby. This expansive room has direct access to the landscaped gardens and has ample seating and dining areas. Adjacent is a cinema / media room, along with a large store, wc and utility.
To the upper level there are five well proportioned bedrooms, two of which benefit from beautifully appointed en-suites, with the principal also having a separate dressing room. Three of the bedrooms benefit from captivating Wharfedale views, with both the principal room and guest bedroom having Juliet balconies. This floor is complemented by a luxury house bathroom.
Externally the property is approached by a long resin / gravel finished driveway providing ample parking and access to the double garage. A lawned garden with mature trees runs down the side of the house providing a large amenity area. To the rear there is a larger garden including two paved areas ideal for outside entertaining which lead to a further level lawned area.
The former Victorian spa town of Ilkley enjoys a wonderful setting in the heart of unspoilt Wharfedale – a location which provides a highly desirable living environment with ready access to some of Yorkshire's finest countryside whilst also providing a practical base for those looking to travel into business centres as far apart as the East Lancashire conurbation, Harrogate, York and the nearby cities of Leeds and Bradford – indeed from Ilkley's railway station there are frequent services throughout the day into both local cities, with regular onward connections from Leeds to London Kings Cross. For those who need to travel further afield an international airport is just some 12 miles distant.
Ilkley is well known for its first class shopping and offers a choice of local and national stores – these are complimented by social and recreational amenities including theatre groups, restaurants and wine bars, as well as a number of sports clubs to suit a variety of interests. The town boasts a highly regarded schooling system with primary schools feeding into Ilkley's popular grammar school. There are a number of private schools for children of all ages available within daily travelling distance. Directions
From our office in the centre of Ilkley proceed up Wells Road turning right immediately after the white apartment block on to Queens Road. Turn right opposite St Margaret's Church on to Princess Road and at the foot, turn left on to Parish Ghyll Drive. After a couple of hundred yards bear left on to Parish Ghyll Lane and Plot 7 will be seen to the right hand side after a further two hundred yards or so.
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