A five-bedroom detached family home which is offered to the market with no chain and sits within an enviable cul-de-sac in the centre of the pretty village of Bardsey.
Occupying a prime position within Bardsey village, this four-bedroom detached family home is being offered to the market with no onward chain. Now requiring general upgrading and modernisation, the property offers the potential purchaser the opportunity to incorporate their own requirements through a programme of refurbishment.
The discerning purchaser is first greeted by a formal entrance hallway which acts as a centrum to the entire ground floor. Progressing further into the property, this home begins to provide a glimpse of the space on offer. A front living room which is currently dressed as a formal dining room provides access to a separate sitting/study via a set a of double doors. The attractive breakfast kitchen boasts an abundance of space, whilst providing an open aspect across the rear garden. Further ground floor accommodation includes a separate family room and useful built in storage cupboards.
Leading from the entrance hallway, a staircase provides access to all the first-floor accommodation. There are five well-proportioned bedrooms and a house bathroom.
Set within an enviable and elevated corner plot, the property is first approached via a private driveway which leads to an attached double garage that when combined, provide parking for several vehicles. There are lawned gardens to both the front and rear of the property which have been carefully planned for ease of maintenance and ensure the thorough enjoyment of this most beautiful village setting.
Mentioned in the Doomsday Survey in 1086, the historic village of Bardsey boasts junior school, Parish Church, village tennis club and historic Bingley Arms Public House. The village is conveniently placed for the commuter with superb access to the A58 to Leeds city Centre and to the A1 linking with the region's excellent motorway network. The renowned Leeds Grammar School is within approximately a three-mile drive, whilst, the neighbouring village of Collingham supports a good range of amenities and a further range of amenities catering for most daily needs can also be found in the neighbouring market town of Wetherby, only a short drive away.