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Terraced Cottage

4 Victoria Terrace
BD18 3LE

in the historic rural village of Saltaire, this terraced cottage is currently undergoing complete restoration to our exacting standards and will be available for let in June 2009. This property is likely to be highly sought after so please register your interest with us now to avoid missing the opportunity to experience its charms.

Home to a selection of small shops, historical buildings (Saltaire is a UNESCO World Heritage Site), charming restaurants, Saltaire is very popular with house hunters keen to make their home in the area. This is a superb location and an opportunity not to be missed.


2 Bedrooms


The cottage has been recently restored to the highest standards and is situated in the centre of Saltaire village.

Features include:

  • Cottage property
  • Offered to let on an unfurnished basis
  • Newly restored
  • Entrance vestibule
  • Kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Two bedrooms
  • Bathroom
  • Small area to the front
  • Off road parking
  • Well worthy of an internal inspection

3.4 x 5.5
11.2 x 18.0
2.0 x 2.6
6.6 x 8.5
2.7 x 4.0
8.6 x 13.1
2.1 x 1.7
6.9 x 5.6
4.2 x 3.3
13.8 x 10.8
2.6 x 2.9
8.5 x 9.5

All rooms 2.6 metres (8.5 feet) high.

All rooms and exterior recently restored to the highest standards.

Hartley Quality Homes Saltaire

Rent: Let

Minimum lease period six months using an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement, one month’s deposit required.

Hartley Quality Homes Saltaire

In the centre of picturesque and historical Saltaire village, this property is situated at the edge of Roberts Park (originally called Salts or Saltaire Park), created by Sir Titus Salt. Additional amenities can be found in the nearby town of Shipley and the large city of Bradford.

Saltaire is a purpose-built "model" Victorian industrial village, next to Shipley and just to the north of the centre of Bradford in West Yorkshire's Bronte Country. The village itself was built in the nineteenth century by the Victorian philanthropist Sir Titus Salt, to provide self-contained living space for the workers at his woollen mills, a welcome alternative to the then "dark satanic mills" of Bradford and Leeds. More recently Salt's Mill has been converted by the late Jonathan Silver into shops and the "1853 Gallery" which houses a collection of the works of the famous artist, David Hockney (who was of course born in Bradford ).


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