Commanding a prime position at the head of a highly regarded private cul-de-sac, this stone built semi detached home dating back to circa 1840 simply must be viewed. Retaining much of the original period character, combined beautifully with modern additions, the property boasts a very well presented interior with two reception rooms, two well-proportioned bedrooms, a large double garage with versatile workshop space above and with stunning views over the Tong Valley from the decked seating area at the top of the garden, an internal inspection is essential to appreciate such a unique property.
The approach to the property is via a private road of just a select few homes and through a lawned front garden with attractive planted borders. The interior comprises in brief, to the ground floor; entrance hallway, living room with original panelled ceiling, exposed beams, sash window and wood burner on a stone hearth and sitting room also with wood burner, bay window and exposed stonework to the chimney alcoves. To the rear of the property, the kitchen has been sympathetically updated with a range of cream shaker-style units, gas cooker point, integrated fridge freezer and has high ceiling with Velux roof lights and spotlighting, feature radiator and door out to the side elevation.
The first floor has been re-configured from three bedrooms to two, both a good size; the master with fitted wardrobes, dressing table and drawers and bedroom two with feature cast iron fireplace and tiled hearth. The bathroom has a traditional white suite, complementary splash back tiling and exposed beams. Externally, ample off street parking is available in the generous detached double garage which has a superb workshop space above offering a wealth of potential. The rear garden is a real gem with a stunning decked terrace to the top, recently updated and with fabulous far reaching views over the Tong Valley.
Situated in the highly regarded Smalewell area of Pudsey with walks on the doorstep to Fulneck and into the Valley. The nearby centre of Pudsey offers a vast range of local facilities including schools for all ages, shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. Pudsey Park is centrally located in the town and offers a children’s playground and fabulous gardens. Out-of-town shopping on a larger scale is found at the nearby Owlcotes Shopping Centre which offers both Asda and Marks & Spencer Superstore, with bus links and New Pudsey Railway Station also being close by.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||9.5%||£212,266||2.6||0.7|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£132,174 (8)||£181,331 (64)||£266,220 (76)||£405,709 (38)||£575,714 (7)|
|Flats||£92,249 (4)||£131,500 (30)||-||-||-|
|All||£118,866 (12)||£165,428 (94)||£266,220 (76)||£405,709 (38)||£575,714 (7)|