Institute Street, Keighley, North Yorkshire, BD20


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 1
GUIDE PRICE £80,000 - £90,000

This attractively modernised and improved individual end terrace stone cottage provides well equipped, compact and easily manageable accommodation which is imaginatively planned on three floors including gas central heating, UPVC sealed unit double glazing, quality contemporary fittings and fixtures together with stripped pine internal doors.

Pleasantly situated close to the village centre with a good variety of local everyday shops, amenities and services within walking distance nearby shared between Glusburn and the larger neighbouring village of Cross Hills, this very appealing property is strongly recommended for inspection, offering briefly:

A living room and an inner hall whilst in the basement/cellar is a superbly appointed fitted kitchen including contemporary white gloss fronted units with built-in appliances. On the first floor is a double bedroom and a stylish shower room with a white suite. There is a pavement frontage to Institute Street.

Surely providing an attractive opportunity to first time buyers, investors or purchasers seeking an easily manageable home in such a convenient location, this property has much to commend it, comprising in further detail:




13'7" x 13'3" with a UPVC Regency style front entrance door. Double central heating radiator. Stone mullioned UPVC sealed unit double glazing. Feature brick fireplace with a substantial timber lintel and a stone flagged hearth. Staircase off to the first floor. Ceiling rose.


With UPVC sealed unit double glazing. Stone window sill. Cloaks rail. Staircase down to the:




13'7" x 13'4" with a stylish range of contemporary base and wall units having white gloss fronts with contrasting granite effect worktop surfaces including multi-coloured 'stone' tiled surrounds. Stainless steel sink and drainer unit. Built-in Lamona stainless steel finish oven with a matching four ring gas hob having an extractor hood above. Stone flagged flooring. Exposed stonework to one wall and a stone alcove display plinth. Plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Double central heating radiator. UPVC sealed unit double glazing. Former fireplace recess with a brick surround, a matching full height chimney breast and a stone lintel. Beamed ceiling with recessed low voltage spotlighting. Deep store place under stairs with stone flagged flooring, electric light and an electricity socket.




With UPVC sealed unit double glazing and a stone window sill.


13'7" x 9' with stone mullioned UPVC sealed unit double glazing and a double central heating radiator.


With a contemporary three piece white suite comprising a pedestal wash basin including a tiled splash-back together with a low suite WC and a tiled shower cubicle having a thermostatic shower. UPVC sealed unit double glazing and a stone window sill. Central heating radiator. Illuminated mirror. Display surface above the stairwell. Wall-mounted Vokera gas combination central heating boiler.


There is a pavement frontage to Institute Street.

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01787 312401


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