BEAUTIFUL TWO-BEDROOMED, TWO-BATHROOMED VICTORIAN TERRACE MODERNISED TO THE HIGHEST SPECIFICATION WITH PERIOD FEATURES TO INCLUDE WOODEN SLIDING SASH WINDOWS, EXPOSED FLOORBOARDS AND ORIGINAL FIREPLACE IN MASTER BEDROOM. PAINTED THROUGHOUT IN FARROW & BALL COLOURS. WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE OF ALL SKIPTON'S AMENITIES. Subject to a comprehensive scheme of modernisation over recent years, this property has more to offer than the usual terrace in Skipton. To the ground floor; cosy sitting room, new hand-made shaker-style kitchen diner and a contemporary shower room with floor to ceiling metro tiles. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a stylish bathroom. To the rear is a pleasant yard with two sheds providing generous storage. The current owners have used high quality fixtures and fittings throughout, whilst retaining original features such as high skirting boards, cornicing and panelled doors.
- Recently Modernised
- Garden Fronted
- Retaining Original Features
- Sitting Room
- Shaker-Style Kitchen Diner
- Shower Room
- Two Bedrooms
- EPC Rating: E
- Stylish Bathroom
- Pleasant Yard
Known as the 'Gateway to the Dales', Skipton is a thriving and historic market town on the edge of the stunning Yorkshire Dales National Park, with strong agricultural connections and a magnificent castle dating back to the 11th Century. Its colourful High Street hosts a market four days a week on the cobbled setts, along with a wide choice of shops, restaurants and public houses. The Leeds-Liverpool Canal runs through the town with its pretty towpath walks and for families there is an excellent choice of schooling at both Primary and Secondary level. Small wonder that in 2014 Skipton was voted by The Sunday Times as the best place to live in Britain, receiving commendations for its "ideal combination of low crime rates, top-class schools and great transport links".
Planned over two floors, the accommodation has gas central heating (new Worcester Bosch boiler fitted December 2012) and timber framed sealed part double glazed windows, and is described in brief below using approximate room sizes:-
ENTRANCE HALL Accessed through a robust timber door comprising; deep ceiling coving, original stripped floorboards and radiator.
SITTING ROOM 11' 07" x 10' 07" (3.53m x 3.23m) plus bay. Recessed fireplace with a Welsh slate hearth, original bay window and original stripped floorboards keeping the cosy characteristics of the property. Deep ceiling coving and radiator.
DINING KITCHEN 15' 05" x 12' 08" (4.7m x 3.86m) Range of handmade timber base units with tongue-and-groove finishes, porcelain sink unit and a range of handmade oak and Welsh slate worktops. Original built-in pantry cupboard, space for a cooker (either gas or electric, both fittings are installed), original stripped and varnished floorboards, picture rail and radiator. Useful under stairs pantry cupboard with light and shelving.
UTILITY AREA Porcelain floor tiles and plumbing for a washing machine. Access to the rear yard.
SHOWER ROOM Cleverly added in the recent years this shower room comprises; walk-in shower cubicle with a thermostatic shower over, hand basin with storage beneath and low suite wc. Chrome heated towel rail, polished metro wall tiles, porcelain floor tiles and extractor fan.
FIRST FLOOR Stripped floorboard staircase with original brass fittings for a carpet runner.
BEDROOM ONE 15' 04" x 10' 09" (4.67m x 3.28m) Cast iron ornamental fireplace, stripped floorboards and radiator. Useful built-in storage cupboards.
BEDROOM TWO 12' 09" x 7' 06" (3.89m x 2.29m) Stripped floorboards and radiator.
BATHROOM Recently fitted Burlington three piece suite comprising; slipper bath with shower attachment, pedestal hand basin and low suite wc, all with chrome fittings. Worcester Bosch combination boiler and chrome heated towel rail.
OUTSIDE The house is fronted by mature flower beds and steps to the front door.
To the rear there is a pleasant, secluded yard with two storage areas which have newly fitted doors. Security light.
PLEASE NOTE The extent of the property and its boundaries are subject to verification by inspection of the title deeds. The measurements in these particulars are approximate and have been provided for guidance purposes only. The fixtures, fittings and appliances have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. The internal photographs used in these particulars are reproduced for general information and it cannot be inferred that any item is included in the sale.
COUNCIL TAX This property is in Council Tax Band C. For further details please visit the Craven District Council website.
VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS We would be pleased to arrange a viewing for you. Please contact Dale Eddison's Skipton office. Our opening hours are:-
Monday to Friday: 9.00am - 5.30pm
Saturday: 9.00am - 4.00pm
Sunday: 11.00am - 3.00pm
DIRECTIONS Travelling south down Skipton High Street take a left onto Newmarket Street. At the following mini roundabout take a right onto Brougham Street. Take the fourth right onto Devonshire Street and number 23 will be found on the left-hand-side, identified by our 'For Sale' Board.