An attractive, two bedroom, stone built detached bungalow offering versatile accommodation throughout with lots of scope and potential for further development (subject to the usual planning and building consents). The property is situated in this much sought after area on the doorstep of Roundhay Park and within easy walking distance to local schools and amenities, and is being sold with the advantage of having no onward chain!
The property is set back from the roadside by a driveway to the front leading to an integral double garage with an electric up and over door. Two sets of stairs lead to the to external doors; a door to the front opens into a dining room which has a bay window and recessed storage cupboard. Off this room is a door through to a bright and airy living room with a focal point fireplace and two windows overlooking the front elevation, and a further door which leads into the kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with wall and base units with integrated appliances, and there is an external access door to the side. An inner lobby provides access to two bedrooms; both bedrooms have fitted wardrobes providing ample storage space, one of the bedrooms has an en-suite shower room, and off the other bedroom is a useful utility room with an external access door to the rear. The house bathroom is fitted with a three piece suite in white including a panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and a low flush WC, with complementary tiling to walls.
Externally to the rear is a lovely enclosed garden which has a paved patio seating area and a slightly raised lawn, with borders which are well stocked with a variety of attractive plants and shrubs, and a lovely leafy backdrop provided by mature trees.
The property is on the doorstep of leafy Roundhay Park which offer many recreational amenities including parkland walks, lakes, and sports grounds. Elmete Drive is also within close walking distance of a local nursery and Roundhay Primary School, as well as extensive amenities on Oakwood Parade, including restaurants, bars, cafes, and a variety of shops, a library and iconic Oakwood Clock which hosts a popular monthly Farmers Market. Regular public transport services are available on Wetherby Road which provide access to the city centre and surrounding areas including Wetherby, and the outer Ring Road is also close by, providing access to the business centres of Harrogate, York and Bradford and the A1-M1 link road for those commuting further afield.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||1.8%||£179,998||4||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£107,000 (1)||£109,152 (26)||£235,411 (47)||£356,545 (23)||£594,363 (11)|
|Flats||£112,381 (18)||£186,027 (29)||£525,000 (1)||-||-|
|All||£112,097 (19)||£149,686 (55)||£241,444 (48)||£356,545 (23)||£594,363 (11)|