A charming detached period house occupying a semi-rural elevated position within approximately 17 acres of grounds together with a substantial agricultural barn, double garage and work shop, all of which enjoys arguably one of the best views in Bingley.
The sale of Deer Park offers a somewhat unique opportunity to acquire a lovely period house and small holding which will be suitable for those seeking a small private equestrian facility, a number of alternative uses or small cottage industry subject to planning approval. Deer Park occupies an established position within easy reach of Bingley town centre, offering an extensive range of facilities including a railway station giving ready access to Leeds, Bradford and Skipton. Bingley Grammar School, Cross Flatts Primary School and Lady Lane Park School are all within easy reach, together with pleasant walks along the nearby canal tow path and surrounding countryside. Leeds and Bradford are within daily commuting distance, together with the fashionable town of Ilkley, some 8 miles away. There is also good access to the regions motorway infrastructure for those wishing to travel further afield.
The ground floor is approached through a solid oak arched front door into the reception hall with oak doors to all rooms including fully tiled guest cloakroom with W/C. There is a lovely well proportioned lounge enjoying far reaching views across the valley, feature Inglenook style fireplace with large cast iron gas fired stove and two significant exposed ceiling beams. Two steps and matching oak door leads up into a separate dining room currently used as a games room with Yorkshire stone flagged floor, fitted glazed and illuminated display cabinet, windows on two sides and fitted window seat. An inner staircase vestibule with glazed doors opening out onto a paved terrace leads through into the breakfast kitchen with a comprehensive range of bespoke units in pippy oak, Belfast sink with maple work surface, Falcon professional range cooker with Stoves extractor hood above, central island and breakfast bar with granite preparation surface and integrated butchers block, pippy oak dresser with integrated fridge and freezer, recessed plate rack, stone flagged floor, two significant exposed ceiling beams, feature period cast iron range with stone surround and small lobby with built in shelving, also providing access down to a vaulted wine/keeping cellar. A wide archway leads from the kitchen into a family TV/sitting room with matching stone flagged flooring, feature recess with an original stone sink, vaulted ceiling with exposed beams. Oak door leading through into a large utility room with wall and base units, sink, built in cylinder/boiler cupboard and an arched oak stable type door to the side garden.
The first floor accommodation is approached off a galleried landing with window seat and exposed beams and built in linen cupboard. The principal bedroom enjoys spectacular views across the valley, features three significant exposed beams and has a recently refitted en suite shower room with vanity wash hand basin and W/C. The second double bedroom has fitted wardrobes with central dressing table, fitted window seat and also includes views across the valley.
Bedroom three is also a double room with windows on two sides and a fitted window seat. There is then a lovely house bathroom with tiled walls and partially exposed stone features, enclosed bath with marble surround, Vernon Tutbury suite including wash basin, bidet, W/C and large tiled shower cubicle.
Outside, the property is approached from Walsh Lane down a long sweeping private drive into a walled courtyard providing ample private parking for numerous vehicles and in turn giving access to the substantial detached barn measuring approximately 60ft x 60ft and including an integral strong room/home office. There are sliding double doors to both the front and rear of the building providing direct access to the land beyond.
A further driveway leads down from the courtyard to another parking area which then provides access to a detached stone built double garage with automatic up and over door and adjoining fitted workshop with washroom and W/C.
Neat and well maintained formal gardens immediately surround the house with lawns, stone rockery, waterfall and ornamental pond, decking area and walkway, and stone flagged pathways. To the east of the house there is a private enclosed garden with lawn, stone paved sun terrace with decking area and integrated hot tub and further attractive lawned garden area at a lower level, all of which enjoy magnificent views across the valley and facing virtually due south.