Abracadabra! It’s our magical BowlandPosted on May 30th, 2019
Our designers have pulled off a conjuring trick with the Bowland. From the outside, it’s an attractive 3 bedroom property, but open the front door and something magical happens… This is no ordinary semi-detached home!
Our nickname for the Bowland is ‘the Tardis’. Why? Because everybody who looks around the contemporary layout and bright, welcoming rooms comments on the feeling of size and spaciousness.
The large, light-filled lounge is a taster of things to come with the Bowland. Its extra-large windows overlook the front of the property and there’s a useful understairs store cupboard.
There’s even more space in the kitchen/dining area, which has French doors leading to the enclosed, turfed rear garden. What a stunning, well-designed room this is – with a versatile adjoining utility area.
There’s plenty of space for a dining table and room for relaxing with family or friends. Fling open the French doors on sunny days and balmy evenings and bring the outdoors inside!
Whichever member of the family is cooking or washing up, you’ll love the Bowland kitchen! The high quality, rigid-built wall and floor units have soft close doors and drawers. Hard wearing laminate worktops and under pelmet LED lighting are fitted as standard and the kitchen area has ceramic floor tiling. Integrated appliances include a 4 ring gas hob, electric oven, stainless steel cooker hood and fridge freezer. Best of all, every one of these ‘extras’ is included in the price! A handy WC completes the downstairs accommodation.
Upstairs, the large master bedroom is a charming retreat for the grown-ups. Bright and spacious with views to the front of the property, it incorporates a luxurious en-suite with rainfall shower. There are also two further bedrooms: a generous double and a single. The family bathroom has stylish white sanitaryware from the Ideal Standard Tempo range with half height tiling around the bath.
If you love the Bowland, then we know you’ll adore Belvedere! Set in the idyllic landscape surrounding Malsis Hall – a grand 19th-century mansion – this is an enchanting location. And residents can enjoy the country estate lifestyle, with exclusive access to secret paths, waterfalls and shallow streams.
On the approach to Belvedere, you’ll travel along a tree-lined driveway that takes you past the original Malsis gate lodge. From here, you’ll catch a glimpse of the Belvedere tower, which gives the developments its name.
The beautiful Malsis staterooms and chapel can be hired out for special occasions. And the grand pavilion and nearby football pitches are also available for bookings.
Belvedere offers the best of all worlds: A picturesque rural location with the convenience of local amenities. The pretty nearby villages of Cross Hills and Glusburn have shops, primary schools, country pubs and a busy calendar of social events. The larger schools and shops of Keighley and Skipton are a 15-minute drive away. There are frequent rail services to Bradford and Leeds from Keighley railway station.Blog page Older Posts Newer Posts