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Welcome to The Wharfe Valley Property Blog, the place where landlords and homeowners can find useful information, advice, insights, resources and inspiration for owning, renting out, buying and selling property in the Wharfe Valley covering Ilkley, Addingham, Ben Rhydding, Burley in Wharfedale, Menston, Otley and Pool in Wharfedale area.

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August, 2016

Auction property in #Addingham #Ilkley

To me auction means opportunity, although not for the faint hearted, you must have funding in place and can complete in 28 days. If you can do the above then this property is worth looking at. At 18.00 on the 14th September at York Race Course this property will be going under the hammer. Stand by your beds as this offers a fantastic opportunity to acquire a Grade II listed property that needs a full renovation to bring it back to it's...

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August, 2016

Is this a ‘watershed moment’ for a 2 bed terrace on Mornington Road #ilkley ?

It's only a matter of time that the £200k mark is broken on this street, this property new to the market with Dale Eddsion Ilkley has the added advantage of an extended kitchen and is in a great condition to simply turn it back on the market for rent, hitting £700 pcm this will not hang around due to the unprecedented rental demand in the town. Link to property -

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August, 2016

125% increase in property values in #Otley

Otley house prices since the Millennium have risen by 125.07%, whilst average salaries in Otley have only grown by 51.27% over the same time frame. Read the full article below WharfeValley_A42sided_Newsletter_Otley_August-Issue3_edit...

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August, 2016

The #Otley Love Affair with its 2,100 Terraced Houses

Call me old fashioned, but I do like the terraced house.  In fact, I have done some research that I hope you will find of interest my Otley property market blog reading friends! In architecture terms, a terraced or townhouse is a style of housing in use since the late 1600’s in the UK, where a row of symmetrical / identical houses share their side walls. The first terraced houses were actually built by a French man, Monsieur Barbon around...

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