A significantly larger than average 1920s semi-detached with particularly spacious, light and airy accommodation with high ceiling rooms, three generous double bedrooms and a lovely long and private south westerly facing garden. The property has PVCu double glazing and gas central heating provided by a combination boiler, and families of all ages will also appreciate the great location close to the excellent facilities and amenities on Oakwood Parade.
The lovely wide ground floor entrance hall has a turned staircase to the first floor, features Lincrusta panelling to the walls and has reclaimed period panelled internal doors throughout. A useful ground floor guest WC is fitted with a modern suite in white. The property has two versatile and interchangeable reception rooms which are linked by folding glazed doors, to create a large open plan living space measuring just over 30' in length. The living room has a rectangular bay window to the front elevation and a living flame gas fire, whilst the dining room has double French doors onto the rear garden. The large kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of storage units and laminate worktops incorporating a breakfast seating bar. There is also a separate utility/laundry with side external access door onto the driveway. A first floor landing provides access to three double bedrooms, a modern house bathroom with fitted storage units and both a bath and shower, and a separate WC.
The house is set back from the roadside with ample off road parking. Trellised gates enclose the rear where there is further parking and a very large double garage which has power and lighting. The garden enjoys a sunny south westerly facing aspect and backs onto a central wooded area between the houses which gives a great degree of privacy. There is a lawned garden to the rear with established borders, which leads to a patio seating area covered by a pergola alongside the garage. Beyond the patio is a further lawn area with mature borders, a shed and an arbour.
The property is within access of local amenities on Easterly Road and more extensive amenities on Oakwood Parade, including restaurants, bars, cafes, and a variety of shops, a library and the iconic Oakwood Clock which hosts a popular monthly Famers Market. Leafy Roundhay Park offers many recreational amenities including parkland walks, the lakes, the sweeping lawns and sports grounds on Soldiers Field, tennis courts, pretty Canal Gardens and Tropical World which is a particularly popular attraction with children. Roundhay is also a much sought after area with growing families, due to the range of highly regarded local primary and high schools. Regular public transport services are available on Easterly Road and Roundhay/Wetherby Road which provide access to the city centre and surrounding areas and the outer Ring Road is also close by, providing access to the business centres of Harrogate, York and Bradford and the A1-M1 link road for those commuting further afield.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||2%||£252,989||4.2||1.4|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£94,150 (9)||£109,264 (27)||£221,630 (82)||£282,621 (44)||£403,937 (19)|
|Flats||£134,177 (13)||£190,421 (42)||£375,000 (2)||-||-|
|All||£117,802 (22)||£158,664 (69)||£225,282 (84)||£282,621 (44)||£403,937 (19)|