An attractive four bedroom detached bungalow with stunning views across the Wharfe Valley. Three of the bedrooms are doubles and the living/dining room enjoys the valley views. There are two storage cupboards within the house and a further area of substantial dry storage underneath the house. There are well established front and rear gardens, parking for up to three cars and an integral garage.
Ben Rhydding is situated on a north-facing valley beneath the Cow and Calf Rocks and above and to the south of the River Wharfe. It has a delightful village feel and offers a number of local shops, post office, church, train station and the well regarded Ben Rhydding primary school. Ilkley town centre is located approximately one mile away and offers a wide range of amenities, boutique shops, everyday stores, traditional pubs, wine bars and restaurants to suit all tastes, as well as excellent social facilities to include the playhouse, lido pools, rugby, cricket and golf clubs. The town also benefits from well-regarded schools for all ages including Ilkley Grammar School. In addition, the stunning scenery of the Wharfe Valley provides opportunity for countryside walks.
Low wood rise is entered via a UPVC double glazed door with two opaque glass panels leading you into the:-
There are two doors leading off the hallway into useful storage areas with shelves and hanging space. Central heating radiator and loft access.
Timber framed window with opaque glass, low level W.C. And wall mounted wash basin.
(7.98m (max) x 4.80m (max)) - (26' 2" (max) x 15' 9" (max))
UPVC double glazed window overlooking the front aspect including the garden and far reaching views across the Wharfe Valley and down towards Ilkley. To the side of the property is a further UPVC double glazed window and to the rear UPVC double glazed patio doors lead out into the garden. Gas fire set against a slate fire place, double door serving hatch into the kitchen, two central heating radiators.
(3.02m x 2.95m) - (9' 11" x 9' 8")
UPVC door with opaque glass panel to the rear and a UPVC double glazed window overlooks the rear garden. A range of wall and base units with a laminate worksurface and complimentary tiled splashback. Hygena integrated electric oven and ceramic hob above with integrated extractor hood over. Integrated fridge freezer and cream one and a half bowl sink with drainer.
(4.22m (max) x 3.28m (max)) - (13' 10" (max) x 10' 9" (max))
UPVC double glazed window overlooking the front aspect and stunning views. Full height fitted wardrobes to two walls. Central heating radiator.
(3.58m (max) x 3.02m (max)) - (11' 9" (max) x 9' 11" (max))
UPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear garden and fitted wardrobes along one wall. Central heating radiator.
(4.24m x 2.54m) - (13' 11" x 8' 4")
UPVC double glazed window overlooking the front aspect. Central heating radiator.
(3.05m x 0.00m) - (10' 0" x 0' 0")
UPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear garden with full height recessed wardrobe to one wall. Central heating radiator.
UPVC double glazed opaque window overlooking the rear aspect. White bathroom suite comprising of a bath with mixer tap and wall mounted shower attachment, low level W.C, vanity unit including wall and base units and integrated wash basin. Inset ceiling spotlights, extractor fan and central heating radiator.
To the front of the property is a garden mostly laid to lawn with borders down either side with well-established plants and shrubs. There is a tarmacadam driveway for two cars leading to an integrated garage with power and lighting.
To the side of the house is a further tarmacadam area which would comfortable accommodate a further vehicle.
To the rear of the property is a further south easterly facing garden mostly laid to lawn with two flagged seating areas, two rockeries and established hedgerow around the perimeter. Accessible under the rear of the house is a spacious store area which is currently used as a utility room which has plumbing, power, lighting and a Belfast sink. There is a substantial area for dry storage and a timber framed window to the side of the house.
From our Ilkley offices, proceed to the top of Brook Street and turn left onto Station Road. At the mini roundabout continue into Springs Lane passing Tesco on the left hand side. Springs Lane then becomes Bolling Road and proceed to the end bearing right into Wheatley Lane, turning immediately left through the stone gate posts into Ben Rhydding Drive. Turn right onto Low Wood Rise then bear left towards the head of the cul de sac where you will see the property which can be identified by our for sale sign.