A substantial detached bungalow set in a slightly elevated position and with some pleasant views from the principal rooms towards Embsay Crag. Set in generous sized gardens to the front side and rear, and with a single integral garage, driveway parking and further on street parking. Now requiring modernisation but offering 2/3 bedrooms, living room with a view, and a spacious dining-kitchen looking onto the rear gardens.
In Brief:- A reception hall provides a welcoming space and features an entrance vestibule for kicking off outdoor gear, and with drop down loft hatch giving access to a large roof space which could be converted to further bedrooms subject to planning approval. The living room has dual aspect windows with a pleasant outlook and with ample space for living room furniture, and a coal effect gas fire. Bedroom 1 is of good proportions with a range of mirror fronted fitted wardrobes and a great view onto Embsay Crag, Bedroom 2 which could also be used as a dining room also has dual aspect windows onto the gardens and is a large double bedroom. Bedroom 3 is a good size single, again looking onto the rear gardens; and the house bathroom incorporates a full sized bath with independent shower over, WC and wash basin.
A spacious dining-kitchen has a range of base and wall units with laminate worktops over, and two windows looking onto the rear gardens, giving good natural light. With ample space for washing machine, fridges and cooking appliances and although in good condition, perhaps now requiring a refit. A door out of the kitchen leads into the integral garage which has a remote controlled door, window onto the side gardens and with pedestrian access onto the side garden / driveway. To the front of the property, an attractive and good sized garden is laid mainly to lawn with attractive perimeter borders, and with further lawn to the side and leading round to the rear lawned gardens having evergreen hedging and timber fencing to the boundaries.
There is ample space to extend at the rear as well as into the roof space and whilst the property requires modernisation, it is rare to find a bungalow of such good proportions, gardens and position in this sought after village.
Embsay with Eastby is on the Southern border of The Yorkshire Dales National Park and is situated below the well-known Embsay & Eastby Crags at the foot of Black Park. There is a sailing club on the reservoir in Embsay and fishing by licence. If you like to walk through breath taking scenery and then finish off with a Gastro Pub meal then you will be spoilt for choice in the nearby Dales. Embsay with Eastby has a great local community with an excellent Primary School, Church and Village Hall. The village has a cricket team which competes in the Craven League and also has a moderately successful football team. Both football and cricket teams play games at Shires Lane on the north side of the village. Embsay also boasts two pleasant public houses that serve meals, and a village shop selling groceries and newspapers etc. Nearby is the market town of Skipton with its abundance of shops, restaurants, pubs and supermarkets. The town also boasts excellent primary and secondary schools, along with Craven College and its extensive portfolio of courses. Skipton offers High Street brands along with an abundance of independent retailers and a Metro-Link train station with direct trains to London.