A stunning example of a Victorian stone, period, property that has been beautifully refurbished & retains a high level of period charm throughout. Set over four floors with two floors of living & two of bedroom space, this fabulous home will suit a number of buyers. Calverley is a well regarded family friendly village with excellent schools, sought after amenities & great commuter links. Offering gardens to the front & rear & overlooking Victoria Park, briefly, a classic Victorian hallway, bright & airy lounge with cast iron working fire, further reception room to rear with cast iron wood burning stove, steps lead down to the amazing open Living/Dining Kit., which is a perfect family space with access out to the garden. To the first floor are two double beds., Master with fitted furniture & period style house bathroom. To the second flr is the third bedroom. EPC - D
Such a prime Calverley location - overlooking Victoria Park! Sited close to amenities, schools and with great commuter links, this stunning, stone Victorian period home has been lovingly updated throughout, retaining delightful character features which combine so well with the modern and stylish themes. Sited over four floors, comprises, to the ground floor, a beautiful Victorian entrance hallway, elegant, formal lounge with pleasant outlook to the front & feature open cast iron fireplace with working fire and a further lovely reception room to the rear with Juliet balcony and cast iron log burning stove to chimney breast. Steps lead down to the amazing Living/Dining Kitchen which offers fabulous family living space, a comprehensive fitted kitchen, a wealth of fitted storage and ample dining and sofa space! To the first floor are two double bedrooms, the Master with quality fitted furniture and a spacious, period style family bathroom with roll top, free standing bath with shower over. To the second floor, at the top of the house is the loft/occasional/third bedroom with exposed beams, three Velux windows and useful eaves storage. There are gardens to the front and rear, the rear is perfect for the family with a paved seating area, lawn and deck - sit out and relax or great for entertaining too!
Calverley Village enjoys a thriving village atmosphere. Situated between Leeds and Bradford, with excellent access links into the City Centres making commuting straightforward. The A658 and A657 both provide major links to the motorway networks and for those wishing to travel further afield, Leeds-Bradford Airport is a short drive away. A train station at Apperley Bridge gets you into Leeds in ten minutes. Just along the A657 is a shopping complex where a Sainsbury's supermarket and other major retail outlets can be found. The popular Owlcotes Centre at Pudsey offers Marks & Spencers & Asda Superstores, with New Pudsey train station adjacent. The Village has two primary schools, Calverley Church Primary School, and Calverley Parkside School, a park, Village pubs and good local amenities are on hand, in addition there are also two golf courses nearby. Only a short car ride away are the neighbouring 'villages' of Horsforth, Guiseley, Rawdon and Farsley where a further selection of shops, pubs, restaurants and eateries can be found.
Sat nav post code LS28 5PY.
Timber framed door leading into...
With feature tiled floor. Staircase to the first floor. Door into...
A good sized, elegant room and the high ceiling adds to the feeling of space. Two-tone decor. Feature open cast iron fireplace. Sash window which showcases a beautiful outlook.
A lovely room with stripped and varnished floorboards. Feature cast iron/glazed log burner. Sash window with 'Juliette' balcony which provides a pleasant garden outlook. Staircase leading to the lower ground floor.
Staircase from the sitting room leading down to...
A stunning open-plan room so well suited to modern day living. This is the true hub of the house, with well defined areas to accommodate cooking, dining and relaxation space. The kitchen has a comprehensive range of shaker style cabinetry and drawers with contemporary work-surfaces, extending to provide a breakfast bar which is ideal for casual dining. Inset beflast sink with mixer tap. Plumbed for a dishwasher. Integrated fridge/freezer and point for a cooking range. Ceramic tiling to splash-back areas. Feature period style central heating radiator. The dining/family area has a wealth of fitted storage and is plumbed for a washing machine.
Stairs from the ground floor hallway leading up to...
With fitted store. Stairs to the second floor. Door into...
A good sized double bedroom with feature sash window. Quality fitted wardrobes providing good hanging and storage space.
Another good sized double bedroom, overlooking the park. Feature painted cast iron fireplace.
Styled to complement the era of the proprety, this period style bathroom boasts a roll top/free standing bath with shower fitted over, W.C and a wash hand basin. Ceramic tiles to splash-back areas and Feature ceramic tiled floor. Window aiding natural light and ventilation.
Stairs from the first floor landing leading up to...
Three Velux windows flood this room with natural light. There is useful eaves storage. Two feature radiators and feature beam.
We believe the property was built with the room in the loft and don’t believe it has been altered since building regulation consents came into force in the 1980s we therefore believe it can be deemed a third bedroom. Purchasers should satisfy themselves of this.
At the rear of the house there is a paved patio area, a lawn and decking where you can entertain or just sit and relax.
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We are presently unable to confirm whether any appropriate planning permission or building regulation consents were obtained when altering the property, we do not hold on file, nor have we seen sight of any relevant supporting documents. Interested parties must satisfy themselves in this regard via their own Legal Representative.
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As with a vast majority of properties in the Calverley and surrounding areas a 'peppercorn' lease exists whereby in many cases a long lease of 999 years was granted when the property was built. Usually a small annual fee is payable in the form of a Peppercorn Ground Rent. Usually, no service charge is payable. As we are not leasehold specialists, clarification regarding lease terms, length and any associated charges should be sought via legal advice. We would however advise that this is very common place and normal in this area and not something that we have seen affects value or future sale ability.
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|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||4.8%||£228,494||2.7||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£154,375 (4)||£174,531 (41)||£235,003 (69)||£395,056 (46)||£510,272 (18)|
|Flats||£91,064 (7)||£129,886 (14)||£355,000 (1)||-||-|
|All||£114,086 (11)||£163,167 (55)||£236,600 (72)||£395,056 (46)||£510,272 (18)|