Leeds, LS5 3JH
Guide price £162,000
About this property
- Excellent transport links inc. Headingly train station 5 min walk away
- Walking distance to Morrisons and Kirkstall Bridge Shopping centre with M&S food, Outfit, Costa, Gym
- Kirkstall Abbey with it's picturesque grounds at the end of the road
- Great local schools: Kirkstall st Stephen's 'Good', Beecroft, 'Outstanding'.
- Lovely local community, events include Kirkstall Festival, Art Trail, Big Lunch, Community Garden
- Wood burning stove and period features in lounge
- Basement dining kitchen
- High ceilings & large windows give bright sunny feel to property
This is a beautifully presented traditional back to back terrace in the heart of the Kirkstall community, practically across the road from the picturesque grounds of Kirkstall Abbey. The ever popular 'Normans' couldn't be more conveniently located: Good schools, shops, transport links, parks & outside space, this property has the lot!
Within a mere 5 minute walk you can access a wide range of amenities. Kirkstall Bridge shopping centre and Morrisons supermarket; Kirkstall Leisure centre with swimming pool; Pure Gym; friendly local pubs; Headingley train station; buses to town & airport and of course the Abbey itself.
Still in walking distance, though a little further is the new Kirkstall Forge train station as well as access to the Leeds Liverpool canal - perfect for a cycle commute into the city centre. And of course it is only a stone's throw to Headingley Stadium as well as the bars & restaurants in both Headingley & Horsforth.
Deceptively spacious for a back to back terrace, this house boasts accomodation over 4 floors. The property has been well looked after and is in good decorative order.
The basement houses the dining kitchen which has a gas stove and electric oven and fitted units. It gets good light throughout the day and also has 2 very handy storage rooms. As well as internal access down the back stairs, the basement can also be accessed directly from the garden down steps from the patio area.
The ground floor has a decent sized lounge with high ceilings & a working wood burning stove that gives a lovey homely feel to the room. There is also a smaller, highly useful adjoining room that is currently used as a cloakroom, but would also work as a small home office.
The first floor has a larger than average bathroom with a 3 piece suite and electric shower over the bath. The bedroom is generously proportioned and easily holds a king sized bed with plenty of room for warderobes and other storage.
The dormer was extended several years ago by the current owners and now comprises a small but functional single bedroom and a further larger bedroom that works as either a single bedroom & study or a double bedroom.
Relatively rare for back to back terraces, most of the 'Normans' have some outside space and this property is no exception. down the yorkshire stone steps from the front door is a small but pleasant courtyard style garden that gets the sun most of the day, cooling off nicely in summer evenings. The high fences give some privacy from the road and there are some attractive well established plants.
This is a lovley property
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