A most impressive stone built end-terrace property boasting a wealth of original period features and an idyllic, mature south-facing garden, in a tranquil location right on the doorstep of central Chapel Allerton 'village'. The property is now in need of modernisation but offers excellent scope and potential to create a superb home for discerning buyers of all ages, and is being sold with the advantage of no onward chain.
The spacious accommodation is reached via an entrance hall with Delft shelf and staircase to the first floor, there are two elegantly proportioned reception rooms including a living room to the front with a focal point period style fireplace, and a dining room to the rear, both rooms having large sliding sash windows with their original wooden shutters. There is also a kitchen fitted with wall and base units, which enjoys a double aspect with windows to two sides and has an external access door to the rear. To the first floor are two generous double bedrooms and a further single bedroom, plus a spacious house bathroom which is fitted with a four piece suite. The property also features a sizeable basement which could be developed to provide further accommodation, subject to all necessary planning and building consents.
Externally, this home has its own parking space along with a garage, and a lovely south facing garden to the front offering a good degree of privacy. An early internal viewing of this wonderfully characterful home is genuinely recommended.
The vibrant 'village' of Chapel Allerton offers extensive local amenities including a range of cosmopolitan restaurants and cafe bars, supermarkets, banks and various other specialist shops. Further shopping amenities are available at Moortown Corner where there is a Marks & Spencer food outlet, Street Lane and Oakwood Parade where there are a variety of restaurants, cafes, shops and designer boutiques. Leisure facilities, including a swimming pool are available at Scott Hall Sports Centre, with additional amenities at Chapel Allerton Tennis and Squash Club. Regular transport services available on Harrogate Road and Scott Hall Road afford easy access to the city centre and surrounding areas. The Leeds outer Ring Road provides access to the business centres of Bradford, Harrogate, York and Wetherby.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||3.5%||£181,250||3.3||0.8|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£52,995 (1)||£145,118 (8)||£245,963 (48)||£281,425 (14)||£265,492 (6)|
|Flats||£85,077 (13)||£137,829 (12)||£228,000 (3)||-||-|
|All||£82,785 (14)||£140,745 (20)||£244,907 (51)||£282,663 (15)||£265,492 (6)|