Ilkley is a property hotspot even in a tepid market
ILKLEY is part of Yorkshire famous “Golden Triangle”, where property prices regularly outperform the market. First time buyers struggle here.
Prices start at about £100,00 for a two bedroom apartment and two bedroom terraced houses start at about £150,000.
The town is one of the most desirable places to live – benefiting from its proximity to countryside, including the famous moor and its facilities that include supermarkets, independent shops, an indoor pool and lido together with a host of clubs and societies.
It also boasts a railway line to Leeds that has boosted its appeal to wealthier commuters.
Close to The Grove and town centre, this very substantial stone built Victorian semi-detached house has six double bedrooms and comes with potential for bed-and-breakfast accommodation. It also boasts a pantry.
It has a large reception hall, cloakroom, study, sitting THIS detached period family home is aptly named and would not look out of place on an Alpine mountain side – as it is set in 0.76 of an acre and has lots of character.
It has a reception hall, coats room, cloakroom, drawing room with views to Beamsley Beacon and French doors onto the garden, a dining room, study, family room, conservatory, kitchen, breakfast and utility rooms. The house also has a boiler room with storage and a basement with store rooms and a wine cellar. Upstairs, there are six bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Outside, a paved terrace forms a seating/dining area with access from the conservatory, a pond, store and a garden room that could be used as a playroom/office/gym.
Ilkley has become one of Yorkshire’s most desirable places to live. Left: Westville Road and right: The Chalet
Westville Road, Ilkley