Primrose Hill, Keighley, West Yorkshire, BD20

£240,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Housesimple is delighted to bring to market this stunning stone built period three bedroom exstended semi-detached cottage with parking and pleasant gardens in a quiet semi-rural location in this ever-popular Aire Valley village.

Primrose Hill is tucked away in a quiet corner of Bradley with fine views over the surrounding countryside. The accommodation stretches to approximately 900 square feet with plenty of character and benefits from all main services including gas fired central heating and sealed unit double-glazing. To the front of the property is a parking area and paved garden whilst to the rear is a utility area and enclosed yard abutting open fields.

The property lies within one of the oldest parts of this very popular village tucked away within easy reach of its many amenities. These include a highly regarded primary school, shop / Post Office, church and traditional public house. There is also a picturesque cricket ground close to some delightful walks along the towpath of the Leeds Liverpool canal. To the rear of the property are stunning views whilst it is readily accessible to some of the Aire Valley's most lovely countryside. Bradley is within a couple of miles of Skipton, renowned as the gateway to the Dales. This historic market town offers a wide range of amenities and is within commuting distance of many West Yorkshire as well as East Lancashire business centres. The towns railway station has services to Leeds, Bradford and London Kings Cross.

From Skipton proceed out on the Keighley road and at Snaygill roundabout take the signpost left turning towards Bradley. On entering the village continue past the school and Post Office up the hill and past College Road, turning left signposted for Primrose Hill where the property will be seen in front of you identified by our ‘For Sale' board.

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