20th Nov 2019
5th Dec 2019
- Type: Detached house
- Bedrooms: 3
- Listing status: sale
- Country: England
The three bedroom detached Oxford Lifestyle reimagines the traditional family home to create a level of luxury far beyond your expectations. Removing the single bedroom and family bathroom creates the space for a superior standard of living, with each of the three stunning double bedrooms enjoying its own high specification en-suite. It also makes room for a striking master bedroom suite of a size you would normally only see in much larger, more expensive properties, including a walk through dressing room and a huge en-suite with both bath and shower.
Downstairs, the Oxford Lifestyle is just as well designed and the rooms equally well appointed. The generous lounge has plenty of room to relax, while the open plan kitchen / dining room is a truly inspiring space, stretching across the rear of the property and flooded with natural light from the double width French doors. The kitchen is fitted to the very highest standard, including premium brand appliances, and has a separate utility with downstairs cloaks.
If you're looking for something more from your home, you'll find the Oxford Lifestyle special, spacious and full of surprises.
About The Poplars At Roundwood, Garforth
About the Development
The Poplars at Roundwood offers a choice of Arts and Crafts inspired three and four bedroom family homes from Redrow’s award winning Heritage Collection. Designed to combine attractive period exteriors with modern interior designs, these are family homes to be proud of, designed around the dynamics of family life.
Located close to great schools, with excellent commuter connections by both road and rail, these family homes near Leeds are bound to prove popular, so register your interest today to make sure you are first in the queue for the pick of the plots. Remember, you need just 5% deposit with Help to Buy, and Redrow could help you sell your old home too with our Help to Sell scheme.
There is a One Stop convenience store close to Roundwood, with a Tesco Superstore and a CoOp also available within the village.
For GPs register with either Hazelwood Avenue Surgery (Sat Nav LS25 2AW, call , Garforth Medical Centre (Sat Nav LS25 1HB, call or Moorfield House Surgery (Sat Nav LS25 1AN, call . Dentists can be found at Garforth dental (Sat Nav LS25 1DS, call .
Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion, or just treating yourself on payday, Garforth a wide range of pubs and restaurants to choose from. You can find affordable pub grub at, the Gaping Goose, the Crusader, the Podger, the Newmarket Inn, the Miners Arms and the Bird in Hand, with a Streakhouse at the Miller & Carter, a Hungry Horse at the Lord Gascoigne and a Wetherspoons at the Briggate.
For more formal dining, try the Mediterranean inspired Station House Bistro, the Italian flavours of La Bella Vita, or the Indian and Pakistani dishes of Aagrah Restaurant. Naturally, nearby Leeds has a much wider selection of restaurants to suit every taste and budget, from familiar family chains to fine dining.
Roundwood is perfectly placed for children of all ages, with the local primary school, Ninelands Primary, just a couple of minutes walk away. The school is very popular with both pupils and parents and was rated ‘good’ with ‘outstanding’ features in its last Ofsted inspection. St Benedict’s Catholic Primary offers an alternative close by.
Older pupils are even better served, with Garforth Academy, also within walking distance, rated ‘outstanding’ in all areas by Ofsted.
Garforth Squash and Leisure Centre is located right next to the development, offering a range of courts and sports, while Garforth Golf Club, across the M1, offers a challenging round.
Nearby Leeds provides sport for spectators, with everything from test and county cricket, and rugby league, at Headingley, along with Championship football at Elland Road. The city is also home to a choice of cinemas, plus a host of live entertainment including the Northern Ballet, the Grand Theatre, the West Yorkshire Playhouse and the Opera North. The famous Leeds Festival in Roundhey Park is a highlight of the musical year and most major concert tours include the First Direct Arena on their schedule.
Garforth Main Street has an interesting selection of shops throughout the year, with an annual Christmas market in the festive season. For a more extensive shopping trip, hop the train just two stops and you’ll reach the huge Crossgates Shopping Centre on the outskirts of Leeds, giving you loads of choice without the hassle of visiting the city.
Leeds itself is a shopper’s paradise, with something for everyone from the international fashion brands of the Victorian Quarter, to the offbeat wonderland of the Grand Arcade and the magnificently quirky Corn Exchange. The 1million sq ft Trinity Leeds is the ultimate shopping centre, with all your favourite names and much more.
East Garforth Station is just a few minutes walk from the development, so you can leave your car behind and take the train to work. Direct services link to Leeds in 13minutes and York in just 21minutes.
If you prefer to drive, you’ll find the M1 conveniently close, with J46 for southbound and J47 for northbound both just a couple of miles away. The A1(M) junction 42 is also just a short drive away. Castleford is just 6miles, Leeds 9miles and York 19miles. For both family holidays and business trips, Leeds Bradford Airport is just 17miles away, with motorway most of the way.
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