Guide Price

£350,000

Corson Court, Headingley, LS6 2 Bedroom Semi Detached House

Tucked away down a gated private road just off the highly regarded Shire Oak Road is ... this stunning, two double bedroom, two bathroom, stone cottage in the exclusive Corson Court. The building is of historic interest, forming part of a conversion in 2013 of the former Yorkshire College of Music and Drama. Corson Court comprises 5 cottages set around a peaceful and leafy walled garden. An idyllic location yet only a stone’s throw away from the many amenities of vibrant, central Headingley. The beautifully presented accommodation comprises; A light and spacious living room with wood burning stove, feature exposed wooden lintel and useful deep under stairs storage cupboard. A guest W.C. An attractive dining kitchen with door to the rear garden. Upstairs a landing with further storage cupboard leads to; A master bedroom with ensuite shower room, two sets of fitted wardrobes and garden views. A second double bedroom with impressive double height ceiling and fitted wardrobe. As well as a separate house bathroom with shower facilities. Outside to the front of the property is a pleasant and sunny communal garden with a lawned area, mature shrubs and trees. To the rear is a low maintenance landscaped garden designed by Tracy Foster with raised flower beds. Just outside the gated courtyard is a parking area with residents and visitor parking. The private road leads to security gates on to Shire Oak Road. Shire Oak Road is a gem of a location. The road itself is tree lined with the house being quietly set back yet only a moment's walk into Headingley's vibrant hustle and bustle. The position is ideal for access to Leeds City centre, the LGI and Leeds University. Headingley was once a village and it still has a village atmosphere holding on to many of its traditional advantages - local shops, cinema, restaurants, bars, public library, banks, good schools, an active community, good services for the elderly and lots of green spaces including Becketts Park and Hyde Park and easily reachable is beautiful parkland and woods which leads out to open countryside through Meanwood Park.

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Key Features

  • Charming Stone Cottage
  • Historic Converted Building
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • House Bath and Ensuite
  • Living Room with Woodburner
  • Fitted Dining Kitchen
  • Highly Regarded Location
  • Must Be Viewed

Description

Tucked away down a gated private road just off the highly regarded Shire Oak Road is this stunning, two double bedroom, two bathroom, stone cottage in the exclusive Corson Court.

The building is of historic interest, forming part of a conversion in 2013 of the former Yorkshire College of Music and Drama. Corson Court comprises 5 cottages set around a peaceful and leafy walled garden. An idyllic location yet only a stone’s throw away from the many amenities of vibrant, central Headingley.

The beautifully presented accommodation comprises; A light and spacious living room with wood burning stove, feature exposed wooden lintel and useful deep under stairs storage cupboard. A guest W.C. An attractive dining kitchen with door to the rear garden. Upstairs a landing with further storage cupboard leads to; A master bedroom with ensuite shower room, two sets of fitted wardrobes and garden views. A second double bedroom with impressive double height ceiling and fitted wardrobe. As well as a separate house bathroom with shower facilities. Outside to the front of the property is a pleasant and sunny communal garden with a lawned area, mature shrubs and trees. To the rear is a low maintenance landscaped garden designed by Tracy Foster with raised flower beds. Just outside the gated courtyard is a parking area with residents and visitor parking. The private road leads to security gates on to Shire Oak Road.

Shire Oak Road is a gem of a location. The road itself is tree lined with the house being quietly set back yet only a moment's walk into Headingley's vibrant hustle and bustle. The position is ideal for access to Leeds City centre, the LGI and Leeds University. Headingley was once a village and it still has a village atmosphere holding on to many of its traditional advantages - local shops, cinema, restaurants, bars, public library, banks, good schools, an active community, good services for the elderly and lots of green spaces including Becketts Park and Hyde Park and easily reachable is beautiful parkland and woods which leads out to open countryside through Meanwood Park.

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