A wonderful family home. Immediate viewing A must.
Situated in the highly desirable, north Leeds suburb of weetwood is this very well appointed semi-detached property. Built in 1930, the home enjoys many original, period features associated with a property of this age, including high ceilings, picture rails, stained glass windows and a stunning cast iron fire surround.
This beautiful, leafy suburb has so much to offer being within easy reach of the vibrant hub of Headingley with its wealth of amenities including shops, restaurants and bars and with its excellent transport links to Leeds City Centre.
In brief the property comprises; reception hall with engineered oak flooring, coving, hanging for coats, under stairs cupboard, door to integral garage, lounge with stained glass bay window, cast iron fire surround with granite hearth, shelving to alcoves, stunning kitchen/dining/family room with engineered oak flooring and inset ceiling lights - the kitchen having a range of contemporary wall and base units with work tops over, Belfast sink and drainer, stainless steel, gas hob with extractor fan over, oven and grill, two integrated fridges and integrated dishwasher, tiling to walls, dining area with ample room for table and chairs, large shelved larder cupboard and family area with door to garden.
To the first floor, landing with stained glass window to the side, three generous bedrooms, two being double, one a large single, the master bedroom has built in wardrobes and a contemporary bathroom.
Outside, to the front there is a block paved driveway allowing ample parking and there is a single integral garage. Externally, to the back, a generous garden with different areas of interest, a generous patio, ideal for outside entertaining, seperate lawned areas and a children’s play area. There is a wooded aspect to the back of the gardens and the home enjoys spectacular views.
Weetwood is a highly popular area with the excellent amenities in Headingley, which include a selection of shops, bars, restaurants and supermarkets being within an approximate half-mile radius. The Ring Road gives access to Horsforth and Moortown. There are schools for all ages within the locality and leisure facilities can be found at The Village Hotel in West Park and The David Lloyd Centre.
|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)|