A fabulous converted Lodge with a modern extension attached, built to the highest of standards blending period detail with modern style. With two bedrooms, two bathrooms, living, dining and kitchen, double garage, parking and a generously sized corner plot.
Formerly the lodge house to Malsis Hall the property now provides:- Entrance hall with glass panelled door leading into the open plan kitchen and living space. The Living room has a fireplace with wood burning stove, also with windows to three sides giving ample light. The kitchen has a selection of wall, drawer and base units with complementary worktop surfaces over, integrated dishwasher, induction hob with extractor over, integrated oven, fridge/freezer, washing machine and window to the front with views over neighbouring hills. Also off the kitchen is a dining room which has a door to the rear garden and windows to two sides.
Through to the bedroom wing, there is a Jack and Jill shower room with a three piece suite which offers an oversized shower cubicle with rain hood, a concealed system w.c., wash hand basin and heated towel rail, with access to the hallway and also from Bedroom two. The hallway has a large picture window giving views out to the hills and gives access to the master suite which has glass to two sides with a sliding door, dressing room, Velux window and a bathroom with three piece suite with bath with shower attachment, wash hand basin, concealed system w.c., window and Velux. With the second bedroom having a window and a cupboard.
Externally, there is the benefit of a double garage with double door. The garden is fenced and mainly laid to lawn but includes paved areas, a patio seating area, steps to the side of the property and a decorative gravelled area to the front.
The former Malsis Estate is set on the westerly edge of Glusburn village. Within Glusburn there is a primary school and everyday shops, with nearby Crosshills (one and a half miles) offering wider shopping, recreational and social amenities, as well as South Craven Secondary School. The nearby bus stop offers regular travel to Burnley/Colne/Keighley/Skipton, with railway stations at Cononley (three miles) and Steeton/Silsden (just over three miles) for links to Bradford, Leeds and London Kings Cross.
Proceeding through Cross Hills to Glusburn. The Dog and Gun pub will be seen on the left-hand side, take the right hand turning opposite where the property will be seen on the right hand side identified by our Dacre, Son & Hartley for sale board.