Henconner Lane, Chapel Allerton, LS7 3NX

Asking Price

£750,000

Henconner Lane, Chapel Allerton, LS7 3NX 4 Bedroom Terraced House

Tucked away down a private, gated driveway is this stunning, grade II listed property, originally known as Newton Villa and briefly mentioned in "Pevsner's Architectural guide to Leeds". Set within tranquil, mature grounds, yet moments away from the centre of Chapel Allerton. This superb family home is rare to market and truly one of a kind, offering over 310 sqm/3400 sqft of living space (including cellar) with many attractive, original features. Built in the late 18th century, with some early 19th century alterations. Listed in the mid 1970's this property is of historical significance in one of North Leeds most sought after spots.

The property is entered directly into the light and airy hallway. To the left is the living room, with splay bay sash window and feature window seat overlooking the sunny front garden. The room is elegantly proportioned with an eye catching fireplace with unique marble surround. Just off the hallway is the downstairs WC/ cloakroom which is unusually large for it’s purpose. The second reception room is currently utilised as a snug/ dining space, just off the kitchen, offering scope to knock through and create a sociable kitchen, dining, living space (subject to relevant permissions). The kitchen layout offers U shaped wall and base units with integrated oven and hob. Off the kitchen is the utility room.

To the first floor the landing is split, with the master bedroom and separate toilet, essentially in their own ’wing’. The spacious master overlooks the garden with high ceilings, characterful cornicing and feature fireplace. There are two further double bedrooms and the three-piece house bathroom. There are several noticeable characteristics throughout this wonderful home, including the large sash windows, original deep skirting and cornicing. To the second floor, the landing offers two spacious walk-in cupboards with further built in storage and access into the eaves. The fourth bedroom is a spacious double with exposed beams and a half moon window, with an everchanging green outlook and far-reaching views toward the City Centre and beyond. The basement runs the full length of the property, with good head space, offering potential to tank some of the cellars to create further living space. Currently the basement is ideal for storage and is easily accessed off the hallway.

Externally, this home is set back from Henconner Lane, the grounds are extremely private and scenic. The property owns a generous amount of land, including two garages and a brick-built workshop. The workshop is dry and secure, a versatile space which could be further utilised as a gym, converted to a home office etc. The gardens are south facing, with mature trees and shrubs surrounding the boundary. The garden to the front of the house is gated with a lovely patio area, ideal for al fresco dining and socialising with family and friends. There are multiple hidden parts of the garden belonging to this property, including all the grassed area and gardens surrounding the garages and driveway. The perfect space for growing families to explore and enjoy. The driveway is owned by this property although the two neighbouring homes have right of access. This property needs to be viewed to be truly appreciated.

Key Features

  • 318.4 sqm/ 3427 sqft
  • Council Tax Band- E
  • 4 Beds, 2 Receps, 1 Bath, 2 WC's
  • Late 18th Century Build
  • Grade II Listed Property
  • Approx. 0.25 acres
  • 2 Garages
  • Central Chapel Allerton Location

Description

Tucked away down a private, gated driveway is this stunning, grade II listed property, originally known as Newton Villa and briefly mentioned in "Pevsner's Architectural guide to Leeds". Set within tranquil, mature grounds, yet moments away from the centre of Chapel Allerton. This superb family home is rare to market and truly one of a kind, offering over 310 sqm/3400 sqft of living space (including cellar) with many attractive, original features. Built in the late 18th century, with some early 19th century alterations. Listed in the mid 1970's this property is of historical significance in one of North Leeds most sought after spots.

The property is entered directly into the light and airy hallway. To the left is the living room, with splay bay sash window and feature window seat overlooking the sunny front garden. The room is elegantly proportioned with an eye catching fireplace with unique marble surround. Just off the hallway is the downstairs WC/ cloakroom which is unusually large for it’s purpose. The second reception room is currently utilised as a snug/ dining space, just off the kitchen, offering scope to knock through and create a sociable kitchen, dining, living space (subject to relevant permissions). The kitchen layout offers U shaped wall and base units with integrated oven and hob. Off the kitchen is the utility room.

To the first floor the landing is split, with the master bedroom and separate toilet, essentially in their own ’wing’. The spacious master overlooks the garden with high ceilings, characterful cornicing and feature fireplace. There are two further double bedrooms and the three-piece house bathroom. There are several noticeable characteristics throughout this wonderful home, including the large sash windows, original deep skirting and cornicing. To the second floor, the landing offers two spacious walk-in cupboards with further built in storage and access into the eaves. The fourth bedroom is a spacious double with exposed beams and a half moon window, with an everchanging green outlook and far-reaching views toward the City Centre and beyond. The basement runs the full length of the property, with good head space, offering potential to tank some of the cellars to create further living space. Currently the basement is ideal for storage and is easily accessed off the hallway.

Externally, this home is set back from Henconner Lane, the grounds are extremely private and scenic. The property owns a generous amount of land, including two garages and a brick-built workshop. The workshop is dry and secure, a versatile space which could be further utilised as a gym, converted to a home office etc. The gardens are south facing, with mature trees and shrubs surrounding the boundary. The garden to the front of the house is gated with a lovely patio area, ideal for al fresco dining and socialising with family and friends. There are multiple hidden parts of the garden belonging to this property, including all the grassed area and gardens surrounding the garages and driveway. The perfect space for growing families to explore and enjoy. The driveway is owned by this property although the two neighbouring homes have right of access. This property needs to be viewed to be truly appreciated.

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