Tenure: Freehold Set amidst mature and surprisingly private gardens, close to Ilkley\'s central amenities, this substantial six bedroom Victorian home provides well appointed family accommodation,
principally over three floors (plus basements), with the added advantage of a more recent annexe providing extensive accommodation, again over three floors.
Entrance Vestibule with double glazed entrance door and a pair of bevelled glass doors to:-
Reception Hall - the centre piece of the property with an elegant return staircase off to the first floor with a substantial newel post, ceiling coving and a pair of radiators - both with covers. Wall light points. Coats cupboard.
Cloakroom fitted with a two piece white suite comprising low flush WC and corner washbasin. Part wall tiling and coats rail.
Living Room pleasantly proportioned with a loft ceiling having ceiling coving and ornate rose, picture rail. Open fire with a marble surround with matching hearth and timber mantel. There is fitted storage and display shelving to either side of the fireplace. Television aerial point.
Dining Room, a lovely room enjoying dual aspects, with a square bay overlooking the front garden and double glazed French doors leading to the side terrace. Timber effect Amtico flooring. Deep ceiling coving, picture rail and ornate rose. Open fire within a lovely cut stone fireplace with matching hearth. Serving hatch to kitchen.
Kitchen fitted with a comprehensive range of oak fronted eye level and base storage cupboards with matching island unit having integrated breakfast bar and granite worktop. Slate tiled floor and further tiled finish to the majority of the kitchen working surfaces. Inset one and a half bowl glazed sink unit with waste disposal unit. Four oven gas fired Aga within a tiled recess with timber surround / mantel, original storage cupboards to either side. Further integrated appliance comprise a fridge / freezer, dishwasher and microwave. Downlighters and ceiling coving. TV aerial and telephone point. Pantry off.
Garden Room - bright, spacious and L-shaped, incorporating part of the original property which has been added to with Amdega conservatory. There are double glazed windows to two sides incorporating Gothic style arches, along with French doors leading out to the garden. Amtico light oak finished flooring throughout with central compass motif and ornate border. Electric blinds to the roof. A pair of radiators, both with covers. Pebble gas fire recessed within a cut stone surround with brushed stainless steel hood. There is access from the conservatory to \'the annexe\'.
. From the rear of the reception hall there is access to extensive cellars consisting of a utility room, plumbing for an automatic washing machine and with a comprehensive range of base storage cupboards with stainless steel sink unit and fridge / freezer. Further cellar rooms to the front of the house.
Landing with ceiling coving and dado rail. Internal staircase off to the second floor.
. To the half landing there is a Washroom with a low flush WC, a washbasin having tiled splash and storage beneath.
Master Bedroom Suite comprising:-
Double Bedroom with ceiling coving, downlighters and wall light points. Period style open fire within a timber surround with granite hearth. French windows lead to a balcony. Television and telephone point.
Dressing Room with extensive integrated storage having hanging rails, drawers, shelving and shoe racks. Downlighters.
Luxury En-Suite Bathroom fitted with a five piece suite comprising low flush WC, twin washbasins within a granite counter having a useful range of storage cupboards and drawers underneath. Further shelving over and integrated downlighters. Spa bath with hand held shower fitting within a predominantly tiled recess with further granite features. Large shower cubicle with power shower. Pair of heated towel rails, ceiling coving, downlighters, panelling to dado height.
Bedroom 2, a lovely double room to the front enjoying dual aspects with views across town towards the moors and Cow & Calf Rocks. Raised seating area with Karndean flooring. Fitted furniture comprising desk / dresser unit with integrated drawers and a range of wardrobes with hanging rail and shelving. Television and telephone point.
En-Suite Shower Room off with tiled floor, low flush WC, pedestal washbasin and Mira Sport electric shower in a fully tiled cubicle. Downlighters, ladder style heated towel rail and shaver point. Under floor heating.
Bedroom 3, a double room to the rear enjoying aspects onto the principal garden, period style open fireplace with storage cupboards to one side. Downlighters and ceiling coving. Integrated bedroom furniture provides drawers and wardrobes. Television and telephone point.
En-Suite Shower Room with low flush WC and pedestal washbasin. Mira Sport electric shower in a tiled cubicle. Tiled floor and part wall tiling to dado height. Shaver point. Under floor heating.
. A return staircase with Velux rooflight leads to landing. Storage off.
Bedroom 4, a characterful double room having exposed beams and with a range of fitted wardrobes, desk unit and drawers. Heritage rooflights to front and rear and a lovely Gothic arched recess mirror. Downlighters. Television and telephone point. Under eaves storage.
Bedroom 5, again full of character a double room with exposed beams, and a Gothic arched window from where there are stunning far reaching views across town towards the moors and Cow & Calf Rocks. Fitted wardrobes, storage cupboards, drawers and desk unit. Television and telephone point.
Bedroom 6, with a Gothic arched window to the rear enjoying lovely views towards Myddleton Lodge and the surrounding woodland and countryside. Fitted wardrobes, cupboards, desk unit and drawers. Television and telephone point. Under eaves storage.
Shower Room fitted with a three piece white suite comprising a low flush WC, washbasin and shower cubicle with electric shower. Part wall tiling and a ladder style heated towel rail. Karndean flooring.
. Immediately adjoining Yew Bank House with integral access is the annexe - currently providing a home based office environment but with clear scope for the provision of accommodation for a dependent relative or simply an extension of the main accommodation - subject to any necessary planning consents.
. The annexe has its own independent access and the accommodation provides:-
Reception Hall with Amtico flooring and staircase off to the first floor. Access to the integral double garage, and also to the garden room / conservatory.
Room 1, with door to the garden. Television and telephone point.
Landing with downlighters, audio door entry and return staircase off.
Room 2 running across the full width to the rear with store room off.
Room 3, to the front with French doors leading to a balcony area. Television and telephone point.
Room 4, again to the front with French doors leading out to a balcony area. Telephone point.
Room 5, a large L-shaped open plan room with extensive fenustration including Heritage style rooflights, and a lovely Gothic style arched window enjoying aspects across the rear garden towards Myddleton Lodge.
. Yew Bank House is approached through a pair of wrought iron gates leading to tarmacadam parking with turning area with Double Garage beyond - the latter with remote control electric roller door. Power and light.
. The gardens to Yew Bank House are surprisingly private and are delightful and mature. To the front the gardens are designed for minimum maintenance with expansive gravel interspersed with heathers and shrubs, with mature firs and shrubs to the boundary adding to the privacy of the house.
. By far the majority of the gardens are set to the rear of the property and form a delightful amenity. There is a sweeping lawn with well stocked borders with colourful plants and shrubs along with a raised decked area and pergola. Gravelled pathways lead down the side of the house where there is an ornamental pool and a paved terrace - again this area is densely planted for privacy and interest.