Period features and rural views offer fine prospect
Airedale House, Micklethwaite Lane, Micklethwaite, near Bingley Price: £450,000 Contact: Dacre Son & Hartley, tel: 01274 560421, www.dacres. co.uk SITUATED on the edge of Micklethwaite village this five bedroom family home enjoys rural views and has period features which include stained glass windows, sash windows, high skirting boards and deep moulded ceiling cornicing.
The house also has a self contained annexe with private entrance.
On the ground floor there is a hallway, living room with views over the Aire valley, sitting room, dining room and dining kitchen.
A return staircase with feature spindled balustrade leads to the first floor and five bedrooms and two bathrooms.
On the lower ground floor Airedale Cottage has a private side entrance, living room, sitting room/bedroom, a kitchen and a store room giving access to a large keeping cellar.
The property stands in beautifully presented garden. There is also a garage block with storage above, an outhouse, w.c, log store, large paved patio area to the rear with lawned garden, shrubs and trees. A paddock/ orchard is available by separate negotiation. Hill Garth, Heyshaw, Harrogate Price: £575,000 Contact: Dacre Son & Hartley,
This individual detached conversion has a fantastic outlook across its land and the property has been planned with the views in mind and has its sitting area on the first floor. It has an entrance hall, dining room, breakfast kitchen with two oven Aga, utility room, inner hall and two bedrooms plus a house bathroom.
On the first floor, there is a sitting room with French doors and Juliet balcony to the side look over Nidderdale scenery and beyond. There are also two bedrooms and an en-suite bathroom on this level.
Outside, there is a shared gravelled driveway with its own parking are, garage, workshop with potential for those working from home or as additional accommodation, subject to the necessary consents.
Gardens include a lawn and terrace plus an ornamental pond. The formal gardens continue with a further lawn to the east. There is also a vegetable plot, orchard and a grassed area surrounded by dry stone walling plus a grassed paddock.
Airedale House comes with its own annexe. RIGHT: Hill Garth has spectacular views over Nidderdale