Asking Price

£265,000

Methley Grove, Chapel Allerton, LS7 3 Bedroom Terraced House

Discerning buyers of all ages cannot fail to be impressed by the standard of refurbishment carried ... out by the current owner, who has transformed this 1930's three bedroom terrace into a stunning home that is full of 21st Century comforts, yet still retains the charm and character of the original property. The stylishly presented accommodation includes a welcoming ground floor entrance hall which provides access to the ground floor rooms and has a staircase to the first floor. The living room has a deep rectangular bay window to the front elevation and features a log burner set within an exposed brick chimney breast. The original dining room and kitchen have been combined to create a spacious and sociable open plan dining kitchen which has double French doors opening directly onto the rear garden. The kitchen area is fitted with stylish gloss fronted wall and base units with quartz worktops and a range of quality integrated appliances, whilst the dining area has built-in shelving with concealed lighting. A first floor landing has a useful heated airing cupboard and has two double bedrooms, a smaller single bedroom/study and an attractively fitted house bathroom. The gardens to both the front and rear have been attractively landscaped and are stocked with a variety of planting with Black Limestone paving. The rear enjoys a sunny westerly facing aspect and is completely enclosed, making it perfect for alfresco dining. The property occupies a prime location within the centre of sought after Chapel Allerton 'village' which offers an excellent range of cosmopolitan facilities including cafe bars, restaurants, independent specialist shops and small supermarkets. There are regular public transport links into Leeds City Centre and further afield just on nearby Harrogate Road, with additional links on Scott Hall Road.

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Key Features

  • A stunningly refurbished 1930s three bed terrace
  • Stylishly contemporary fixtures and fittings
  • Yet still retaining period charm and character
  • Living room with log burner in exposed chimney breast
  • Spacious open plan dining kitchen with double French doors
  • Attractive kitchen units with a range of integrated appliances
  • Landscaped courtyard garden with sunny westerly aspect
  • Prime central Chapel Allerton 'village' location

Description

Discerning buyers of all ages cannot fail to be impressed by the standard of refurbishment carried out by the current owner, who has transformed this 1930's three bedroom terrace into a stunning home that is full of 21st Century comforts, yet still retains the charm and character of the original property.

The stylishly presented accommodation includes a welcoming ground floor entrance hall which provides access to the ground floor rooms and has a staircase to the first floor. The living room has a deep rectangular bay window to the front elevation and features a log burner set within an exposed brick chimney breast. The original dining room and kitchen have been combined to create a spacious and sociable open plan dining kitchen which has double French doors opening directly onto the rear garden. The kitchen area is fitted with stylish gloss fronted wall and base units with quartz worktops and a range of quality integrated appliances, whilst the dining area has built-in shelving with concealed lighting. A first floor landing has a useful heated airing cupboard and has two double bedrooms, a smaller single bedroom/study and an attractively fitted house bathroom.

The gardens to both the front and rear have been attractively landscaped and are stocked with a variety of planting with Black Limestone paving. The rear enjoys a sunny westerly facing aspect and is completely enclosed, making it perfect for alfresco dining.

The property occupies a prime location within the centre of sought after Chapel Allerton 'village' which offers an excellent range of cosmopolitan facilities including cafe bars, restaurants, independent specialist shops and small supermarkets. There are regular public transport links into Leeds City Centre and further afield just on nearby Harrogate Road, with additional links on Scott Hall Road.

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