Roundell Drive, West Marton, Skipton BD23

£665,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
A magnificent and superbly presented stone built detached property, offering family size living space of about 2600 sq.ft. Set to the edge of this attractive village on a former dairy farm with tremendous long distance views over open countryside. This attractive development features a shared biomass central heating system along with natural reed bed sewage system and also benefits from a communal green to the centre of the development. No. 11 is the last but one detached property on the far edge of the development having spectacular long distance views across the surrounding farmland. West Marton is conveniently located just a 10 minute car ride from Skipton and 15 minutes to Clitheroe; the business centres of Leeds and Manchester can be reached in around an hour. The plot was purchased by the current owner who redesigned the property, particularly the internal layout, which flows extremely well from room to room. This high specification home is fitted with recessed lighting and an abundance of television points, power outlets, oak and stone flagged flooring.

The impressive entrance/storm porch provides cover for the timber panelled door, leading into an impressive stone flagged reception hall, with oak staircase rising to the first floor and with doors leading to the three main reception areas. A spacious second sitting room/snug at the front of the property with dual aspect from double glazed windows provides ample space for a couple of sofas and armchairs, which is currently used as a home cinema room. Also off from the reception hall, a spacious home office/study with feature wall paper and oak flooring, providing ample space for a couple of desks and again with a dual aspect from double glazed windows at the front of the property. A cloakroom features a hidden cistern WC and Savoy period-style wash basin, and with feature wall coverings. To the rear of the property across the whole width, there is a superb quality and spacious kitchen and dining area having multi-fold doors leading into the main sitting room. The kitchen includes a large range of shaker style base and wall units finished in pastel colours, having granite worktops, dual under mounted sinks, a built-in five ring hob with catering style canopy hood over and a centre island, again with granite worktops. Providing an excellent range of storage and with space for an American style fridge/freezer, and with recessed lighting and a lovely aspect from a mullion double glazed window looking out onto open fields. Featuring stone flooring throughout and with ample space adjacent to a pair of French doors for a ten person dining suite. A high quality dining kitchen with a lovely aspect onto the rear gardens and countryside.

Multi-fold doors open into an oak-floored, large spacious sitting room, with ample space for three sofas, armchairs and featuring a wood burning stove set into a recessed chimney breast with stone hearth. With good natural light from two Georgian windows and a pair of French doors opening onto the rear gardens. A good size utility room is accessed from the kitchen and provides space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer, and having a base cupboard and sink over. Again with stone flagged floors, and a full height door giving access to the property's heating system. This room provides excellent storage for outdoor gear, and with a door leading into the integral garage.

An oak staircase with attractive return balustrade leads onto a spacious landing with double glazed window, providing good natural light and superb long distance views onto the countryside.

To the first floor there are five double bedrooms, all of excellent proportions and with pleasant views from double glazed windows onto open countryside. The master bedroom is of a particular generous size and with a feature wall, and an en-suite bathroom incorporating a bath, separate shower enclosure, WC and basin, and with fully tiled walls and floor. The house bathroom is finished in a mediterranean style, again benefiting from a bath and a separate shower enclosure, his and hers basins set into a vanity unit, hidden-cistern, dual flush WC, and with full height travertine style tiling to the walls and the floor. All the bedrooms have television points, ample sockets and space for fitted or free standing bedroom furniture. This is a true five bedroomed house with no shortage of space.

To the outside there are well maintained gardens to the front, side and rear, laid mainly to lawn but with well stocked borders and with an attractive laurel hedge providing the boundary. With ample parking on the driveway for three or four vehicles reached through automatic gates, leading to a double garage with remote control up and over door, and natural light from over door windows, as well as a further window at the rear. With ample space for storage in the roof space, and having lighting, power sockets and a personnel door onto the rear gardens.

Services

The property benefits from a communal Biomass boiler system, natural reed bed sewerage system and with mains water and electricity.

Council tax band

Council Tax Band G

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