Situated on the outskirts of Thornton Village is this Superb Stone Built Detached Property believed to have been built in 1856 with distant views over the valley towards Thornton Viaduct and Bradford. The Bronte Way, The Great Northern Railway Cycle Trail and Thornton Moors are close by. The property briefly comprises of Lounge, Dining Room, Conservatory, Kitchen, Three Bedrooms and Bathroom. Exposed beams and Stone Work. UPVC Windows. Central Heating Large garden. Two Stable Block and Store Room. Garage.
Via front UPVC door to exterior porch with radiator and timber door through to the dining room.
18' 4" x 10' 4" (5.59m x 3.15m) SUDG window. Living flame gas set on a stone hearth. Stone archway through to the kitchen. Door through to the lounge. Exposed stone to walls and exposed beams. Central heating radiator. Central heating radiator.
18' 6" x 17' 2" (5.64m x 5.23m) SUDG windows. Superb large feature stone chimney breast with opening housing a log burning stove set on a stone hearth. Large exposed beams. Open timber stairs to first floor. Doors through to the conservatory.
14' 7" x 12' 6" (4.44m x 3.81m) UPVC conservatory. Stone floor. Central heating radiator. UPVC patio doors to rear garden.
18' 2" x 5' 9" (5.54m x 1.75m) UPVC window. Modern wall and base units with complementary work surfaces and tiling. Inset stainless steel sink with mixer tap. Inset stainless steel oven and hob with stainless steel and glass extractor canopy above. Integrated fridge and freezer. Plumbing for washer. Central heating radiator.
Long landing area with two UPVC windows and central heating radiator. Doors to bedrooms and bathroom.
15' 8" x 13' 7" (4.78m x 4.14m) Two UPVC windows. Central heating radiator. Vanity wash basin. Exposed beams.
13' 8" x 9' 10" (4.17m x 3m) Two UPVC windows. Exposed windows. Central heating radiator.
13' 6" x 8' 9 max" (4.11m x 2.67m) "L" shaped bedroom with UPVC window and central heating radiator.
8' 7" x 8' 5" (2.62m x 2.57m) UPVC window. White three piece suite comprising of bath with shower tap and screen, hand wash basin and wc. Central heating radiator.
Lawned garden to front. Driveway to side leading to a single attached garage. Two stable block and store room. Extensive lawned garden to rear with fantastic long distant views over open fields and Thornton Viaduct towards Bradford.
From Bradford centre travel along Thornton Road (B6145) passing through five sets of traffic lights, continue along this road passing Beckfoot Thornton School on your left and St James Church on your right. Take your first left after the conservative Club into Lower Kipping Lane and continue along this road into Alderscholes Lane, continue along this road passing under the viaduct and at the top turn left into Malt Kiln Lane and number 7/9 can be found on your left displaying the Whitney's for sale board.
Please note that the services & appliances have not been tested & the property is sold on that basis.
Once you are interested in purchasing this property, ideally call in person or telephone this office to discuss your offer, we would suggest that this is done before contacting a bank, building society or solicitor as any delay could result in the property being sold to someone else and any survey and legal fees being unnecessarily incurred.
VALUATION: If you are thinking of selling your home, why not contact one of our offices now for a FREE VALUATION strictly without any obligation. Contact us on Bradford (01274) 880019.
MORTGAGES: A full range of mortgage facilities are available subject to status. Our Financial Consultant will be only too happy to discuss with you your individual requirements. Please contact us for FREE & CONFIDENTIAL ADVICE.
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- Address: 7-9 Malt Kiln Lane, Thornton, England
- Area: Thornton
- Price: £335,000
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 1
- House Type: Land