- An extended semi-detached home
- Spacious lounge and family room
- Modern open plan dining kitchen
- Three good size bedrooms
- House bathroom, en-suite and modern wet room
- Well maintained gardens and off-street parking
- Peaceful village setting
- EPC Rating: D
Set within the heart of Bardsey village is this well presented and extended semi-detached family home. The property, which has been enhanced by the current owner, now offers spacious and versatile accommodation throughout, along with well maintained gardens.
Situated within a prime position within this popular residential location is this well-maintained and extended semi-detached family home. The property which enjoys a peaceful setting, yet is within easy commutable distance of Wetherby, Harrogate and Leeds.
Boasting an enviable plot, the property is approached via a private driveway that leads to the main entrance. On entering the property, the discerning purchaser is first welcomed by a spacious entrance hallway which provides access to a bright and airy sitting room. The open plan dining kitchen offers a range of modern fitted cupboards and built in appliances. Further ground floor accommodation includes a family room which offers a variety of purposes including that of home office, home gym or dining room and in turn provides access to the modern downstairs wet room. Stairs form the entrance hallway lead to the first-floor landing. There are three good size bedrooms – one of which offers a modern appointed en-suite shower room, and an attractive house bathroom.
Outside, the property offers a spacious private driveway that provides off-street parking facilities for several vehicles. To the rear of the property is a fully enclosed and most private garden. Predominately laid to lawn, the garden of this spacious home has been carefully planned to offer both a space for the growing family and outdoor entertaining.
Mentioned in the Doomsday Survey in 1086, the historic village of Bardsey has a first-class Junior school, renowned for its education feed to The Grammar School at Leeds and it has a Parish Church, a village hall and a village tennis club plus a long-established Public House. The Bingley Arms, or The Priests Inn as it was called hundreds of years ago, has a known history that dates back as far as 953AD when Samson Ellis brewed in the central part of the building. Bardsey also enjoys a thriving community spirit. The immediate area is further well served by numerous sporting facilities including golf courses and swimming pool, sports clubs, shops and schools, whilst providing easy access to the market town of Wetherby, Harrogate and Leeds, with the national motorway network also within easy reach. A fabulous property and one that is well worth a view!!
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