Situated on the main road into the village of Cowling, is this contemporary, family-friendly end-terrace cottage, 184 Keighley Road.
Offering superb countryside views to the rear and close to a host of amenities, as well as being within easy reach of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, 184 Keighley Road is an ideal property for a family or group of up to eight adults wanting to explore the picturesque Yorkshire dales countryside.
Parking is available on the driveway next to the property, and as you enter the home, you will discover a stylish sitting room with eye-catching flame-effect electric fire, dark wooden flooring, quirky chandelier-style lighting and a large, L-shaped leather sofa, placed in front of the TV, where you can enjoy a family movie night together.
The spacious dining room offers dining for six, in front of a cosy woodburning stove, creating a warming space to enjoy home-cooked meals together, prepared in the contemporary, well-equipped kitchen, with quirky print tiled flooring and matching walls, an American-style fridge/freezer and plenty of worktop space for preparing ingredients and cooking up culinary delights, as well as patio doors that open up onto the rear, enclosed garden.
The shower room completes the ground floor, while upstairs you will find a family bathroom with shower over bath and four spacious, carpeted bedrooms, consisting of a family room with a double and child's bed in the style of a race car, plus three double bedrooms, one of which has a feature brick fireplace.
Outside there is a patio garden with outdoor furniture, ideal for catching some sun and enjoying an alfresco lunch, as well as an external games room with a pool table, which will provide hours of entertainment, particularly if the weather isn't great.
The ancient village of Cowling is half a mile away, with a pub in walking distance and a restaurant and café slightly further afield.
Walkers will delight in joining the Pennine Way, on a stretch from Cowling to Gargrave, on the fringes of the Yorkshire dales National Park.
The market town of Skipton is six miles away, with a Medieval castle and dungeon, delightful old parish church and bustling market, held on the cobbles of the high street.
The nearby Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway offers scenic excursions and you can walk or cycle along the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, which runs right through Skipton.
Known as the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales, from Skitpon, you can explore the national park, enjoying walks through moorland, valleys, hills and quaint villages, as well as discovering attractions such as Malham Cove, a unique rock formation and waterfall, the scenic waterfall and natural pool of Janet's Foss and the limestone gorge of Gordale Scar.
184 Keighley Road is a fantastic base for discovering the wonderful Yorkshire countryside.