Exceptionally attractive with kerb-side appeal and enjoying a stunning Indian stone patio in which to adorn with bay trees and garden furniture, the south facing elevation guarantees summer evenings will be well spent after a long day at work.
The exterior of the existing home conveyed the direction in which the designer wished to renovate and redesign, incorporating as much glass and light and modern amenities but not dramatically change the character of the original cottage rather to amplify its best qualities. Fine features include Kite marked toughened glass Genesis flush welded windows and Elite type 70 Ovolo composite door by Rockdoor with a lantern glass obscured backing.
Alighting into the entrance hall with steps rising to the first floor, the high specification internally is immediately apparent. Under floor heating beneath Classic Oak natural vinyl flooring with luxury vinyl tile underlay takes you from the hallway into the kitchen and original features have been retained to indicate the continued quality you expect throughout.
The large dining kitchen with shaker style Fairford Cash kitchen cabinets includes a central island with breakfast bar provisions. Integral appliances include a Range oven, American fridge freezer, microwave, washer dryer and dishwasher. The lantern ceiling is a delightful feature, cascading light into the "cut grass green" room which is spacious enough to accommodate a large dining table.
The sitting room with bespoke made upholstered window seat with beige velvet is fully carpeted and to the rear cloakroom facilities provide useful ground floor utilities.
The landing is a great demonstration how they have showcased the heritage of the property. By refurbishing the existing external original Delph Yorkshire stone of the building its history won't be forgotten and charming character is forever assured. Leading to three double/king bedrooms, some with beamed architecture, the cottage shares a house bathroom. With L shaped bath and shower above, Victorian styled wash basin and close coupled toilet, the furnishings compliment the property well.
With allocated parking provisions and a delightful outlook with tree lined view and assured privacy in this exclusive hamlet setting, Lady Royd Cottage is a well presented property that can become an enviable family home.
Lady royd gardens prestigious homes Why choose a property in Lady Royd Gardens? Simple really, exclusive, quality and location are just a few of the key points that benefit living within this superior gated development. Every consideration has been taken to ensure properties of the highest standard are ready to move in so you can simply enjoy the attraction of this sought after address.
Private and south facing, the escape from urban living is assured but then close at hand a wealth of fabulous restaurants, bars, boutiques and fashion outlets are all nearby.
Bradford is a city in the northern English county of West Yorkshire. Within close proximity Bradford Royal infirmary is a large teaching hospital, often used as a central congregation point for business meetings given the well stocked Costa, Restaurant and Marks and Spencer food outlet. The National Science and Media Museum focuses on photography, film and television, and has an imax cinema. Lister Park has a boating lake and Cartwright Hall art gallery, with a space dedicated to local artist David Hockney. The Alhambra Theatre is regarded as the North's premier receiving venue and hosts the best in large scale entertainment from international dance to musicals, drama and Yorkshire's biggest panto.
Bradford Grammar School is a co-educational independent grammar school, a centre of academic, sporting and creative excellence and within comfortable walking distance from Lady Royd Gardens.
Transport facilities are highly developed assisting the perfection of urban living, Bradford is a fabulous mix of cultures, job opportunities and with access to shops and amenities. The positioning of our properties ensure less time can be spent commuting and more time spent enjoying the wide variety of luxuries and niceties that surround the locality.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||5.3%||£134,000||3.4||0.8|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£96,495 (12)||£136,477 (27)||£215,303 (16)||£236,996 (15)|
|Flats||£62,475 (4)||£82,272 (9)||£154,998 (2)||-||-|
|All||£62,475 (4)||£90,399 (21)||£137,754 (29)||£215,303 (16)||£236,996 (15)|