Gledhow Manor, Chapel Allerton, LS7 4NH

Asking Price

£500,000

Gledhow Manor, Chapel Allerton, LS7 4NH 3 Bedroom Upper Floor Flat/Apartment

This elegant and impressive first floor apartment has spacious accommodation of 1490 sq ft/138 m2, and is situated within the prestigious conversion of Gledhow Manor, a stunning Grade II listed Edwardian residence set within mature grounds on the edge of Allerton Park. The building has been sympathetically converted (with a new roof in 2018), retaining the grandeur of the original Queen Anne revival style villa.

The apartment has been stylishly refurbished by the current owners and features beautifully proportioned rooms with high ceilings, original deep sash windows, radiators that are either restored originals or sympathetic reproduction replacements, with tasteful decor and quality fixtures and fittings throughout. The accommodation is well laid out and includes an entrance lobby which opens into a light and airy drawing room which has a large bay window with south facing aspect to the front elevation of the building and a French door onto the roof of the portico. The kitchen has underfloor heating and has been recently fitted with a stunning high specification Italian kitchen, with a range of quality integrated appliances and a host of individual features. From the kitchen is a hallway off which is a master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a large ensuite shower room, a second double guest bedroom, a good size third bedroom which is currently used as an office, and a house bathroom which features original tiles. The property also has a purpose built garage with an electric remote controlled door situated in a block within the communal grounds. In addition the property also owns a small area of garden behind the garage.

Gledhow Manor was constructed circa 1903 by notable architects Bedford and Kitson. The house, originally named 'Red House', was one of the last grand villas constructed in Leeds before the first world war and as the owner was a keen art collector, the house was arranged around a large and imposing full height galleried entrance hall with glass skylight, designed to enable him to display his art collection to best advantage. The house was converted into apartments in 1997 retaining the grand impressive entrance hall for shared use by the four apartments within the main building. The apartment owns a share of the freehold.

Key Features

  • Elegant first floor three bed apartment 1490sqft/139m2
  • Grade II Listed Edwardian Villa
  • Impressive communal galleried entrance
  • Stylishly refurbished by the current owners
  • Spacious living room with south facing bay
  • Stunning high spec Italian kitchen
  • En-suite shower room to master bedroom
  • Garage with electric door. Mature Grounds

Description

This elegant and impressive first floor apartment has spacious accommodation of 1490 sq ft/138 m2, and is situated within the prestigious conversion of Gledhow Manor, a stunning Grade II listed Edwardian residence set within mature grounds on the edge of Allerton Park. The building has been sympathetically converted (with a new roof in 2018), retaining the grandeur of the original Queen Anne revival style villa.

The apartment has been stylishly refurbished by the current owners and features beautifully proportioned rooms with high ceilings, original deep sash windows, radiators that are either restored originals or sympathetic reproduction replacements, with tasteful decor and quality fixtures and fittings throughout. The accommodation is well laid out and includes an entrance lobby which opens into a light and airy drawing room which has a large bay window with south facing aspect to the front elevation of the building and a French door onto the roof of the portico. The kitchen has underfloor heating and has been recently fitted with a stunning high specification Italian kitchen, with a range of quality integrated appliances and a host of individual features. From the kitchen is a hallway off which is a master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a large ensuite shower room, a second double guest bedroom, a good size third bedroom which is currently used as an office, and a house bathroom which features original tiles. The property also has a purpose built garage with an electric remote controlled door situated in a block within the communal grounds. In addition the property also owns a small area of garden behind the garage.

Gledhow Manor was constructed circa 1903 by notable architects Bedford and Kitson. The house, originally named 'Red House', was one of the last grand villas constructed in Leeds before the first world war and as the owner was a keen art collector, the house was arranged around a large and imposing full height galleried entrance hall with glass skylight, designed to enable him to display his art collection to best advantage. The house was converted into apartments in 1997 retaining the grand impressive entrance hall for shared use by the four apartments within the main building. The apartment owns a share of the freehold.

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Floor Plan

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