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Skipton Old Road, Colne
Gorgeously blending traditional features with modern style, this six bedroom detached residence and detached 3 bedroom bungalow truly is the epitome of opulent country living. Completely rebuilt in 1990 by the current…
Gorgeously blending traditional features with modern style, this six bedroom detached residence and detached 3 bedroom bungalow truly is the epitome of opulent country living. Completely rebuilt in 1990 by the current family, every detail has been lovingly thought out,solid oak doors,bespoke handmade staircase and cornicing. Sitting proudly on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales,approached down a long drive,next to Colne Golf club and surrounded by grazing fields this prestigious property offers approximately ten acres of land and a paddock making this an ideal equestrian opportunity. As well as the rolling fields and panoramic views, the grounds offer an array of outbuildings including four double garages and two large workshops presenting an endless amount of conversion possibilities. Built for use as two separate homes currently used as one residence, there are two entrance porches which both provide access to two entrance hallways through solid oak doors. The main entrance hall on the ‘West Wing’ has a handmade oak staircase to the first floor and doors to an open plan living kitchen, reception room and a WC. The reception room has a sliding door to the panoramic garden room and a door to the open plan living kitchen. The living kitchen is the hub of the home and offers a beautiful fitted kitchen with numerous integrated appliances, high gloss units and a breakfast bar looking into the living area. The living area boasts a feature curved log burner, dual aspect views through the mullion windows and sliding doors to the rear garden, there is also an internal door leading to the entrance hallway of the ‘East Wing’ where there is a staircase to the first floor and doors to a WC and two reception rooms. The first reception room on this side of the house has a door to the kitchen and sliding doors to the rear garden. The second reception room provides access to a sun room which is flooded with light courtesy of the two sets of bi-folding doors to the front and rear.