A conveniently located and deceptively spacious three-bed chalet bungalow situated in a plot extending overall to around one-third of an acre and offering a high degree of privacy.
There are three double bedrooms and three bath/shower-rooms with en suite facilities to both of the first floor double bedrooms.
The property will appeal to a wide range of potential buyers from families to professional couples and retirees seeking a spacious and surprisingly easily managed property.
Located within West Park the property offers a high level of convenience in terms of access to a wide range of schools, shops, restaurants and other services in and around Headingley; and, of course, commuting to the City centre with good transport links. The nearby lba airport is within fifteen minutes either by car or taxi.
In recent years the property has undergone updating and refurbishment: Including new kitchen, en suite facilities and re-wiring with all new sockets and switches. There is also some obvious development potential subject to the usual consents (Full planning consent to further extend the accommodation was granted in 2012; and the original plans, including the architect’s drawings are available).
Access is by way of a drive leading into the extensive forecourt area with parking for several vehicles and also to a substantial brick built double-garage.
A potentially chain-free sale.
Ground-floor: A side entrance leads into a tiled lobby (4’ 10” x 2’ 11”) with an utility room off and via an inner door directly into the kitchen-diner.
Utility room: 126 x 180 cm (4’ 2” x 5’ 11”) plumbed for a washing machine and containing a Worcester Bosch wall-mounted. Double wall socket and a ceiling light. Matching tiled floor from the lobby and new skirting. Ceiling light. Central heating radiator. Double-glazed window.
Main entrance: Within an aluminium frame the double-glazed door with half-panels to each side and fitted vertically slatted blind leads into a hall.
Stairs with glass balustrade to first-floor and cloaks/storage cupboard under fitted with shelving. Main consumer unit, Smart Meter link and security system unit. Coving to ceiling.
Shower-room: 241 x 168 cm (7’ 11” x 5’ 6”) Half-tiled and fitted with a quadrant shower cubicle and a Grohe thermostatic shower unit. Low-level WC and pedestal basin with a Grohe monobloc tap and mirrored cabinet over. An Xpelair extractor fan ducted to the outside is fitted above the shower. LED ceiling light linked to pir. Double-glazed obscure glass window in a hardwood frame. Wall mounted towel radiator. Fitted roller-blind.
Living/dining: 442 x 420 cm + 340 x 300 (14’ 6” x 13’ 9” + 11’ 3” x 9’ 10”). An open-plan, spacious, light and airy living area leading into the kitchen/diner. Double-glazed aluminium framed door with security-shutter leads into the main garden and a sizeable flagged patio area. Large picture window with open aspect towards Cookridge. One large double central-heating radiator and one single panel radiator. Mounted electric panel fire in black ceramic glass. Coving to ceiling.
Kitchen/dining: 570 x 336 cm (18’ 4” x 11’). Open-plan with access through to the living area. Magnet units in Studio Crème high gloss installed in 2014. Quality fitted appliances, principally neff and DeDIETRICH, including a single electric oven and, in black ceramic glass, a 5-burner gas hob with Wok burner feature and island extractor over: Two-burner electric black ceramic glass modular/domino hob and a black ceramic glass domino griddle over the oven: Xpelair wall mounted extractor fan over. Indesit 50/50 fridge-freezer and Indesit slimline dishwasher (unused to date). Double-bowl/drainer and fitted Grohe monobloc tap with a retractable hose and spray feature. Mosaic tiled splash-back to all worktops. A Smart Meter is currently sited in the kitchen. Double central heating radiator. Coving to dining area ceiling. LED down-lighters controlled by Siemens wall-switch and remote. The kitchen, lobby and utility rooms were all fully re-plastered in 2014 with the installation of the new kitchen.
Natural wood flooring to both kitchen and dining area.
Principal Bedroom: 520 x 376 cm (17’ 1” x 12’ 5” ) (inc fitted ‘robes)). A good size double-bedroom (opposite the shower-room) with quality fitted retro-style timber wardrobes with Birds-eye Maple veneer. Fitted bedside units to match the wardrobes with wall-lights over. Double-glazed windows. Everest secondary glazing. Double central heating radiator. Coving to ceiling.
Bedroom 2: 549 x 340 cm (18’ x 11’ 2” inc. En suite). Two fitted single wardrobes: Matching 3-drawer unit with mirror over: Further six-drawer built-in unit bedhead storage e.g bedding etc. Ceiling hatch with concealed loft-ladder and access to the roof void and storage. LED downlighters. Single panel radiator. Coving to ceiling.
En suite: (limited headroom) 333 x 186 cm (10’ 11” x 6’ 1”). Featuring a low-level wc, pedestal basin and bath with Grohe thermostatic shower unit over. Glazed shower-screen. Natural wood flooring. Down-lighters and two extractor fans. Half-tiling around the bath/shower area. Glazed shower-screen. Wall mounted towel radiator.
Bedroom 3: 549 x 347 cm (18’ x 11’ 5” inc. En suite). Down-lighters with dimmer-switch. Access panel to under-eaves storage. Coving to ceiling. Radiator.
En suite: (limited headroom) 300 x 112 cm (9’ 10” x 3’ 4”). Featuring a tiled floor, low-level WC with Saniflo Slimline unit, pedestal basin with Grohe monobloc tap and tiled shower cubicle fitted with Grohe thermostatic shower unit. Downlighters. Wall mounted towel radiator.
Landing storage room: 186 x 127 cm (7’ 1” x 4’ 2”). A useful storage space and also giving access to further but limited under-eaves storage space.
Loft space: Useful additional storage. This runs the full length of the main property and with limited headroom. Partly boarded.
Forecourt: Extensive level hard-standing by way of a paved, concrete and a central tarmac surfaced area.
Garage: A substantial brick cavity-wall building measuring 823 x 473 (27’ 6” x 15’ 6”) overall and including to the rear a separate full width office/workshop (209 x 473 cm (6’ 10” x 15’ 6”) with power and lighting. Timber side-door giving access to the garden and house. Double width Hormann electric door.
Garden: A very private mainly lawned space surrounded by a combination of hedging and fencing and surprisingly easily maintained. Extensive flagged patio areas both around the main house and outbuildings, including the garage.
Outbuildings: There is a small summerhouse/garden room with its own flagged patio area and a larger wooden outbuilding (500 x 315 cm (16’ 6” x 10’ 4” )) with potential to convert to a garden room or office: Power and light is installed in the latter. Roof timbers and felting renewed in 2016. Between this building and the garage is a good size raised and flagged patio.
Terrace garden area: Of ornamental value but with potential to create a rockery or herb garden feature.
Security: There are fixed to the main house and garage a number of PIRs and floodlights; these are controlled via the panel in the principal bedroom. There are two lockable timber gates and tall fencing to prevent unwanted access from the forecourt to the garden area. There is also an Accenta security alarm system with interior PIRs fitted.
Broadband: The property currently is connected to the BT Infinity service.
Council Tax: Leeds City Council: Band E - £2010.43 in 2019/2020
Services: Electricity, gas (current supplier is Npower) and water are all connected and the main water supply pipe-work to the property has renewed since 2011. The property was also substantially rewired in 2013 with new consumer units and switch-gear throughout. Smart-meter installed.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||0.4%||£240,000||3||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£117,500 (2)||£226,021 (29)||£272,990 (84)||£416,676 (67)||£654,704 (26)|
|Flats||£90,456 (16)||£162,060 (40)||£175,000 (3)||-||-|
|All||£93,461 (18)||£188,942 (69)||£269,611 (87)||£416,676 (67)||£682,270 (27)|