2 Higher Row, Keighley, BD21 5QT
Guide Price £165,000
- Stone built middle cottage
- 2 bedroom accommodation
- Private parking and garden
The property is accessed directly from Shaw Lane situated between Long Lee and Cullingworth on the south eastern edge of Keighley. The town of Keighley offers a wide range of amenities including shops, supermarkets, primary and secondary schools, bars, restaurants, a leisure centre and a golf course. Keighley railway station has regular services to Skipton, Burnley, Bradford and Leeds and has good access to the wider road network.
The cottage is entered from the front via a useful porch which opens into the main living room, the focal point of which is a large multi fuel stove set in a wooden surround with stone flag hearth. There are beams to the ceiling, spotlights and an enclosed staircase leading to the first floor. A couple of steps lead down into the kitchen which has a range of base units with laminate work surfaces, a stainless steel sink and drainer and tiled splash. There is a separate pine wall mounted display unit, electric cooker point, plumbing for a washing machine, beamed ceiling and spotlights. The kitchen leads through to a generous single storey sun room extension with laminate floor, exposed feature stone wall and external door to a paved seating area overlooking the garden.
Stairs lead up from the living room via a half landing with window to the central landing, with useful walk in storage cupboard. Bedroom 1 is a charming room with exposed feature stone wall and mullion window, beams to the ceiling, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and immersion heater and access to loft storage.
The bathroom is well planned with a panelled bath having an electric Titon shower unit over, pedestal basin with shaver socket over and w.c. There is a roof light, a chrome electric heated towel rail, extractor fan and tiled walls. Bedroom 2 is a good sized single room with beams and views to the rear.
Private off road parking has been created across the front of the cottage with a generous block paved area and lower level yard leading to the porch. To the rear is a pleasant terraced seating area adjacent to the sun room. Beyond a shared access path down a couple of steps is a delightful garden with mature shrubs and plants and a further seating area.
Mains water and mains electricity. Drainage to a shared septic tank. Double glazing. Solid fuel and electric heating.
Band B (Bradford Metropolitan Council)
From Keighley town centre head west towards Long Lee up Park Lane and turn right onto Glen Lee Lane. Continue on Glen Lee Lane climbing up through the bends where it becomes Shaw Lane. Higher Row can be found on the right, a for sale sign has been erected outside No. 2.