Main Street, Bradley, North Yorkshire, BD20


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  • Bedrooms: 3
This attractive detached stone barn conversion provides superbly renovated well presented and imaginatively planned split level three bedroomed accommodation. The property enjoys an enviable private location tucked away behind Bradley Main Street in the picturesque older part of the village with beautiful long distance views across the valley.

The property has been subject to a high standard of modernisation during the last 2 years, the improvements made include;

New Worcester Bosch boiler and replumbed heating system, including new bare metal designer column radiators.Full rewiring to all rooms to current regulations.New painted hardwood windows to the front, including aluminium bi-folding door in the dining room opening onto a Juliet balcony.Rear re-roof including new insulation.New kitchen units, Belfast sink and quartz worktops.Wall removed with oak beam support to form better flowing living space.Re-plastering to the majority of rooms.Fully redecorated with the addition of a combination of hardwood / tile and stone flooringMade to measure California plantation shutters to 2 bedrooms.Alarm system.Cobblers Cottage is approached via an archway from Main Street (between 17 & 18) this is a shared driveway giving access to private parking for up to 2 cars. To the front there is a flagged patio garden including a log store and garden shed. In addition to this there is also a delightful enclosed secluded rear garden providing a very pleasant sitting-out area. Surrounded by beautiful open countryside and adjacent to the Leeds/Liverpool canal, the very popular village of Bradley is served by local amenities including a primary school, a Church and chapel, general store, public house, bus service, and village hall.  The market town of Skipton is only 2 miles away. Keighley and Ilkley are all situated within circa fifteen minutes travelling distance by car whilst the business centres of West Yorkshire and East Lancashire are within comfortable daily commuting distance.  

This property briefly comprises of:

This delightful character property can be entered from the front by a choice of two entrances, an external stone staircase to a superbly appointed fitted kitchen or via ground level into the hallway.


From the ground floor the property is entered through a solid oak studded door into the HALLWAY, with reclaimed Victorian floor tiles and painted wall panelling. Low wattage lighting. There is also a cloaks cupboard and staircase with runner carpet and stair rods leading up to the dining room.

Also on the ground floor leading off the hall is;


12’10” x 9'7" (390cm x 295cm) with hardwood double glazed windows and made to measure plantation shutters to the front elevation. Tall designer bare metal column radiator. Open beamed ceiling. Under stairs cupboard and hardwood floor.

This room leads to;


9'4" x 6'9" (285cm x 205cm) including an antique port hole window. Designer bare metal column radiator. Clothes rails. Beamed ceiling. There is also a potential option of having a washing machine and or dryer in this space.


10'3" x 8' (315cm x 245cm) (both maximum) hardwood double glazed windows and made to measure plantation shutters to the front elevation. Designer bare metal column radiator, low wattage lighting and hardwood floor. 


With a quality contemporary white suite including a low suite WC, a circular hand wash basin standing on a granite worktop/table with a pillar tap and also a large walk-in shower cubicle having a glass screen together with a thermostatic overhead shower. Contrasting travertine wall tiling. Underfloor heating. Ladder central heating radiator in chrome finish. Laminate oak flooring. Velux window. Recessed low voltage ceiling spotlights.


Accessed via the internal hallway staircase is the;


14'8" x 13'4" (447cm x 405cm) A light room with the ceiling open to the rafters. With aluminium double glazed bi-folding doors and a Juliet balcony. Superb long distance views towards the hills across the valley. Stone fireplace with oak beam and full height exposed stone chimney breast and a cast iron multifuel stove. Exposed stripped beams. Designer bare metal column radiator. Spindled balustrade to the staircase leading down to the lower level accommodation. Plantation shutters to bi-fold doors.  A stone archway leads to the: 


15'8” x 6'9" (205cm x 477cm) Superbly appointed with a quality range of oak painted units and shelving with contrasting Quartz (Carrara effect marble) worktops with matching upstands and ceramic wall tiles. Belfast sink with multifunction tap. Concealed Fridge and Freezer. This room also has a striking gothic panel section that looks down into the Lounge. The kitchen also has ceiling lights, low wattage spotlights and reclaimed bulkhead light. The floor is ceramic tiles. There is a window to the front of the property with long distance views across the valley and stable style door to the external stone staircase at the front of the property. 


15’7” x 14’3” (475cm x 435cm) Accessed via a short flight of oak stairs from the dining room is the lounge with lots of light from a wall of UPVC double glazed windows with mullions and french doors leading to the rear garden. This room has many character features. The floor is a combination of solid oak and stone. There is a feature reclaimed stone fireplace with oak beam and electric acti-myst stove. There are two velux roof windows and 3 designer bare metal column radiators. Exposed stonework to one wall and exposed rafters. This room also has the other side of the open gothic panel section shared with the kitchen, beneath this behind folding doors is a storage area which also houses the boiler and currently the washing machine. This room also has a sliding oak barn style door leading to:


8'8" x 8'2" (260cm x 250cm) with views across the delightful rear garden/ponds. UPVC double glazed window. Fitted high level cupboards against a painted stone wall. Designer bare metal column radiators and solid oak flooring. Spot lighting.


To the front of the house accessed via an archway from Main Street is a shared driveway giving access to a:


With 3 plum trees and open to a flagged patio garden including both a log store and a timber garden shed.


The delightful enclosed secluded rear garden provides a very attractive feature - being planned for ease of maintenance to include flowerbeds with a variety of bushes, two small garden ponds, pebble-beds, small trees (including a cherry and plum tree) and a timber decking which provides a very pleasant sitting-out area.  


All mains services are installed. 

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