A real gem of a property commanding a prime position within the Pudsey conservation area, this Grade II listed three bedroom stone built semi-detached home boasts an interior of generous proportions which simply must be viewed! With three reception rooms, a modern dining kitchen, three double bedrooms with master en suite, off street parking and having undergone a thorough programme of improvement in recent years, the property is offered to the market with no onward chain and on the doorstep of the local schools and amenities, is perfect for the growing family.
Built circa 1760, the property comprises in brief, to the ground floor; entrance vestibule with parquet flooring which continues through into a spacious living room with exposed beams, brass finish living flame gas fire in stone surround and double doors into the sitting room, also with parquet floor, exposed beams and feature cast iron fireplace. To the rear of the property is a bright dining kitchen which has been recently updated with a range of contemporary white fitted units, built in oven and microwave/combination oven, integrated fridge freezer, dishwasher and washing machine, ceiling spotlighting, pantry storage, feature radiator and leading on into a great size formal dining room.
To the first floor is an impressive landing, master bedroom fitted wardrobes and fully tiled en suite with corner shower enclosure, glass wash basin, and spotlighting and two further well-proportioned double bedrooms, bedroom two also with fitted wardrobes. The house bathroom has white three piece suite with over bath shower, complementary splash back tiling and WC and there is also a further separate WC. Externally, a lawned garden to the front affords the property a good degree of privacy from the road side with planted beds and hedge border and to the rear of the property is a smaller cottage-style garden and driveway for off street parking. The property also benefits from a single garage located on nearby Beechroyd.
Pudsey Town Centre 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.
Any information in relation to the length of lease, service charge, ground rent and council tax has been confirmed by our sellers. We would advise that any buyer make their own enquiries through their solicitors to verify that the information provided is accurate and not been subject to any change
|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)|