Asking Price

£695,000

Ashwood Terrace, Headingley, LS6 4 Bedroom Terraced House

Surrounded by historic homes, with cherry blossom and magnolias to the front, bluebells and beech trees ... to the rear, this stunning four bedroom, stone fronted through terrace offers unbeatable vistas to both sides. Built in 1850, located in the well revered Headingley Hill and Woodhouse Conservation area this rarely available home has been lovingly restored. Offering original period features combined with sympathetic improvements providing a beautiful, characterful home. The accommodation over four floors in brief comprises: A welcoming and impressive entrance hallway which sets the tone for the home. A polished dark wood banister curves up to the first floor. Solid wooden doors lead to the: Sitting room located to the front of the property. Hand painted trompe l'oeil marbled walls sit beside a beautiful reclaimed French marble open fireplace, sun streams through the sash windows bay catching the light on the bespoke doors leading to the dining room. Wide board wooden floors lead through to the dining room which also benefits from a matching marble fireplace and backlit storage cupboard. Ingenious double doors link the dining room to the dining kitchen at the rear of the property. The dining kitchen is handmade and hand painted with a cosy Aga and door to the rear courtyard. The first floor landing is lit by windows from above. On the half landing is access to the first house bathroom. Pride of place is a cast iron roll top bath complemented by a French washstand. There is also a separate shower and very useful large laundry cupboard. The separate w.c. next door has a high flush w.c.. There are generous double bedrooms to both the front and rear, each with an attractive fireplace, fitted wardrobe and stunning views. The third bedroom on this floor is currently used as an office with one of the best views in the house. On the second floor the wide landing is lit by Velux windows from above and has several useful storage cupboards. With polished plaster walls the spacious bedroom stretches from front to back with stripped wooden flooring. A second bathroom offers the perfect place to relax and unwind. To the basement level are an additional five rooms with a wine cellar, wood store and lots of utility space. Outside the idyllic front garden is landscaped with a winding pathway and mature, shrubs and trees. The rear courtyard offers a secluded place to sit, a peach climbing rose and white climbing hydrangea fill the air with scent in the summer. Double gates provide access to a parking space within the courtyard. Ideal for the discerning professional or family buyer. Viewing is essential to appreciate everything this lovely home has to offer.

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Key Features

  • Three Double Bedroom and One Single Bedroom
  • Stone Fronted Through Terrace Built in 1850
  • Original Period Feature and Sympathetic Improvements
  • Sitting Room and Dining Room, Handmade Dining Kitchen
  • Two Bathrooms, Conservation Area
  • Five Chamber Basement with Wine Cellar and Wood Store
  • Large Landscaped Garden, Parking To the Rear
  • Convenient Access to City Centre Yet Tucked Away in this Leafy Location

Description

Surrounded by historic homes, with cherry blossom and magnolias to the front, bluebells and beech trees to the rear, this stunning four bedroom, stone fronted through terrace offers unbeatable vistas to both sides.

Built in 1850, located in the well revered Headingley Hill and Woodhouse Conservation area this rarely available home has been lovingly restored. Offering original period features combined with sympathetic improvements providing a beautiful, characterful home.

The accommodation over four floors in brief comprises: A welcoming and impressive entrance hallway which sets the tone for the home. A polished dark wood banister curves up to the first floor. Solid wooden doors lead to the: Sitting room located to the front of the property. Hand painted trompe l'oeil marbled walls sit beside a beautiful reclaimed French marble open fireplace, sun streams through the sash windows bay catching the light on the bespoke doors leading to the dining room. Wide board wooden floors lead through to the dining room which also benefits from a matching marble fireplace and backlit storage cupboard. Ingenious double doors link the dining room to the dining kitchen at the rear of the property. The dining kitchen is handmade and hand painted with a cosy Aga and door to the rear courtyard.

The first floor landing is lit by windows from above. On the half landing is access to the first house bathroom. Pride of place is a cast iron roll top bath complemented by a French washstand. There is also a separate shower and very useful large laundry cupboard. The separate w.c. next door has a high flush w.c.. There are generous double bedrooms to both the front and rear, each with an attractive fireplace, fitted wardrobe and stunning views. The third bedroom on this floor is currently used as an office with one of the best views in the house.

On the second floor the wide landing is lit by Velux windows from above and has several useful storage cupboards. With polished plaster walls the spacious bedroom stretches from front to back with stripped wooden flooring. A second bathroom offers the perfect place to relax and unwind. To the basement level are an additional five rooms with a wine cellar, wood store and lots of utility space.

Outside the idyllic front garden is landscaped with a winding pathway and mature, shrubs and trees. The rear courtyard offers a secluded place to sit, a peach climbing rose and white climbing hydrangea fill the air with scent in the summer. Double gates provide access to a parking space within the courtyard.

Ideal for the discerning professional or family buyer. Viewing is essential to appreciate everything this lovely home has to offer.

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