With a diverse array of property types on offer, Keighley’s one of the most affordable areas in Yorkshire.
Comparing the amount of property you’ll get for your money to nearby areas like Ilkley and Skipton, you realise you can get more in Keighley.
With that in mind, we’ve searched through local estate agents websites, to find the most expensive house on the market at the moment.
What we found was this incredible five-bedroom home, on the market for £725,000. Perhaps the most surprising feature is the swimming pool!
You’d have to travel pretty far to find a house for that price which includes a swimming pool, with comparable properties in other areas have much less space.
Selling estate agents Dacre, Son & Hartley describe the property:
“A most attractive five bedroom detached house of character and style with amazing swimming pool, annexe and well-stocked gardens delightfully situated in this premier residential area of Keighley.
The Mundens is a unique detached house of character and style set across three floors which briefly comprise spacious entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, study, kitchen with utility, rear sun lounge, annexe with hall, 50ft swimming pool area with Jacuzzi, separate sauna, storage, gym, w.c., and two his and hers shower rooms. Outside driveway large well-stocked principally lawned gardens.
The Munden’s retains many character features combined with the modern-day convenience of gas-fired heating and quality modern fixtures and fittings throughout.
The home will undoubtedly appeal to the family and can only be fully revealed by an internal inspection. The amazing annexe which is to the rear of the house has a 50ft long swimming pool area with Jacuzzi, separate gym and his and hers showers, sauna and being an amazing entertaining space.
Delightfully situated in one of Keighley’s premier residential areas standing in large private gardens yet only a five-minute drive away from the first-class shopping facilities of Keighley town centre which offers links by both road and rail to the major towns and cities of West Yorkshire.
From North Street office, continue on North Street and turn left into Spring Gardens Lane, continue up the hill passing Holy Family School on the left, then turn left into Glenlyon Drive at the top, then left and continue forward onto the unmade road and the Mundens can be seen on the right-hand side identified by a for sale board.”