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4 beds | 2 baths | 3 receptions | Guide price £650,000 Having knowledge of the purchase price allows you to calculate the overall expense incurred in acquiring the property. Read our glossary page


  • An elegant period home
  • Three reception rooms
  • Stunning open plan dining kitchen
  • Garden room extension
  • Four good size bedrooms
  • Recently appointed house bathroom & en-suite Beautifully kept grounds & gardens
  • EPC Rating: D

A beautifully presented and most individual period home. Offering flexible and spacious accommodation throughout, this charming home extends to approximately 1800 Sqft and retains much of the buildings original character.

On approaching this picturesque home, the discerning purchaser is first drawn to a magnificent entrance which is set within a dressed stone creating a wonderful first impression. The elegant sitting dining room features an array of original features, including parquet flooring and a wood burning stove which is set within the original stone fireplace. Proceeding further into the property, the prospective purchaser is then welcomed by a further family room which provides a multitude of uses.

At the centre of the property sits a skilfully crafted open plan dining kitchen which offers a variety of quality fitted appliances and features patio doors that lead to the conservatory extension and private garden beyond.

Further ground floor accommodation includes a modern guest w.c., a useful utility room, large storage area and separate study - ideal for those working from home.

From the family room, a staircase leads to the first-floor landing which provides access to all the first-floor accommodation. The master bedroom offers vaulted ceilings which are complimented by exposed timber beams and is serviced by an impressive en-suite. There are three further generously proportioned bedrooms - one offering a separate dressing room, and a most attractive house bathroom.

The grounds of this wonderful home are well enclosed. To the side of the property resides an extensive stone flagged forecourt which provides parking for several vehicles and leads to the former garage which has been partially converted, creating useful storage and a garden room which is used as a home office. To the rear of the property is a beautifully maintained garden which will appeal to gardening enthusiasts and families alike. A south facing stone patio provides a superb place for outdoor entertaining with well stocked flower bed borders in stone walled surrounds and offers a sensational area for this most wonderful setting to be fully enjoyed. The remaining rear garden offers a variety of trees and mature shrubbery.

Mentioned in the Doomsday Survey in 1086, the historic village of Bardsey has a first-class Junior school, renowned for its education feed to The Grammar School at Leeds and it has a Parish Church, a village hall and a village tennis club plus a long-established Public House. The Bingley Arms, or The Priests Inn as it was called hundreds of years ago, has a known history that dates back as far as 953A when Samson Ellis brewed in the central part of the building. Bardsey also enjoys a thriving community spirit. The immediate area is further well served by numerous sporting facilities including golf courses and swimming pool, sports clubs, shops and schools, whilst providing easy access to the market town of Wetherby, Harrogate and Leeds, with the national motorway network also within easy reach.

A fabulous property and one that is well worth a view early viewing of this fine home is highly recommended and should be arranged at your first convenience.

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