Please view our 3D virtual tour presenting a particularly fine stone built detached house of cottage appeal which is believed to be one of the oldest properties in Bramhope dating back to 1621, as indicated by the insignia above the inner entrance door. A great opportunity therefore to acquire a lovely property of individual charm and character with beamed ceiling and some exposed pine internal doors which occupies a sizeable plot with a private shaped lawn, complemented by established shrubs, flowerbeds and secluded patio areas, located in one of the village’s most exclusive residential areas. The reception hall with part exposed stone walls and previously used as a study/snug opens to a most inviting and spacious lounge with beamed ceiling, a feature fireplace with a multi-fuel stove and open to the conservatory with windows and French styled doors opening to and overlooking the delightful garden. The dining kitchen has integrated appliances including a Stoves fan assisted oven, a Siemens induction hob, a Bosch fridge/freezer and a Miele dishwasher. The separate adjacent utility room with a sink unit and a Miele washing machine provides internal access to the garage which is useful for those with shopping on a rainy day. There are three double bedrooms on the first floor with the principal one having built in wardrobes and a sizeable en suite with a bath and separate shower cubicle. There is a house bathroom with a shower cubicle and a separate toilet. The accommodation has a gas-fired heating system and mostly UPVC sealed double glazed windows.
Please see the Bramhope area video coverage on our website (davidphillip.co.uk) to appreciate how Bramhope is so highly regarded as one of North Leeds most sought-after villages in the heart of Yorkshire’s beautiful countryside. It enjoys an active community spirit with an Ofsted rated “Outstanding” primary school, which currently feeds to Prince Henry’s School in Otley, a children’s nursery, a medical centre including a dental practice, a number of local shops including the village bakery, butchers’ and the Fox and Hounds public house with a coffee lounge and patio area. There are a number of private schools too located nearby catering for all age groups. The village is strategically located for commuting into Yorkshire’s key business centres including Leeds, Bradford and there is the M1/A1/M62 national motorway network near to Wetherby making areas further afield more accessible by road. More extensive daily requirements are available in Otley’s nearby market town approximately 3 miles away with Waitrose, Sainsburys and Asda supermarkets and there are the popular spa towns of Ilkley and Harrogate within comfortable travelling distance. Train stations with main line links are available at nearby Weeton and Horsforth and there is the Leeds/Bradford International Airport at Yeadon.
Leeds 8.5 miles, Bradford 11 miles, Harrogate 11 miles, Motorway 12 miles – approximate.