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Ladywood Mead, Oakwood, LS8 2LZ

Asking Price

£525,000

Ladywood Mead, Oakwood, LS8 2LZ 4 Bedroom Detached House

A unique 1960s detached property with a large plot, now requiring modernisation but offering lots of ... scope and potential to create an amazing home of individuality and character. The property features a large sunny south westerly facing first floor roof terrace overlooking the rear garden which includes woodland with the WykeBeck Way and stream beyond.
The living accommodation has gas fired central heating over two floors but there are also two separate storage rooms on the lower level which are accessed externally from the rear garden. To the ground floor is an entrance hall with storage and cloaks cupboard and stairs to the first floor, with a guest W.C. off. A spacious open plan living room has a dining area which is partially separated by a central stone chimney breast and has very large picture windows which affording stunning woodland views. Off the living room is a versatile additional room which is currently used as a study but could be a useful playroom or TV snug. The kitchen has an external access door to the side of the property. The first floor landing features windows along the front elevation making it really light and bright. There are four bedrooms and a house bathroom. Also accessed from the landing is the aforementioned roof terrace.
The house is set back from the roadside and has a block paved driveway which affords ample off road parking as well as access to a garage which has additional parking to the side. The house is on a sloping plot and has steps to each side which lead around to the rear garden. There is a lawned area with mature woodland which is steeply sloping near the house but then levels out and extends to the stream.
This is an extremely sought after location being within walking distance of Roundhay Park and the nearby Roundhay Primary School. Public transport services to Leeds City Centre and surrounding areas are available on both Wetherby Road and Easterly Road. There are shopping facilities on Oakwood Parade and a range of independent cafe bars and restaurants, with other local facilities also on Easterly Road/Dib Lane. Iconic Oakwood Clock hosts a monthly Farmers Market as well as a programme of community events throughout the year. The WykeBeck Walk is popular with families and dog walkers and runs from Roundhay Park to Temple Newsam House. Roundhay Park offers many recreational amenities to suit families of all ages, including parkland walks, sports pitches on Soldiers Field, Canal Gardens and Tropical World.

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Key Features

  • Unique opportunity requiring modernisation
  • Individual four bedroom 1960s detached
  • Large plot with woodland and grounds to Wyke Beck
  • Open plan living/dining with large picture windows
  • Spacious south westerly facing first floor roof terrace
  • Garage & ample parking. Lovely residential cul-de-sac
  • Lots of scope and potential
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN

Description

A unique 1960s detached property with a large plot, now requiring modernisation but offering lots of scope and potential to create an amazing home of individuality and character. The property features a large sunny south westerly facing first floor roof terrace overlooking the rear garden which includes woodland with the WykeBeck Way and stream beyond.
The living accommodation has gas fired central heating over two floors but there are also two separate storage rooms on the lower level which are accessed externally from the rear garden. To the ground floor is an entrance hall with storage and cloaks cupboard and stairs to the first floor, with a guest W.C. off. A spacious open plan living room has a dining area which is partially separated by a central stone chimney breast and has very large picture windows which affording stunning woodland views. Off the living room is a versatile additional room which is currently used as a study but could be a useful playroom or TV snug. The kitchen has an external access door to the side of the property. The first floor landing features windows along the front elevation making it really light and bright. There are four bedrooms and a house bathroom. Also accessed from the landing is the aforementioned roof terrace.
The house is set back from the roadside and has a block paved driveway which affords ample off road parking as well as access to a garage which has additional parking to the side. The house is on a sloping plot and has steps to each side which lead around to the rear garden. There is a lawned area with mature woodland which is steeply sloping near the house but then levels out and extends to the stream.
This is an extremely sought after location being within walking distance of Roundhay Park and the nearby Roundhay Primary School. Public transport services to Leeds City Centre and surrounding areas are available on both Wetherby Road and Easterly Road. There are shopping facilities on Oakwood Parade and a range of independent cafe bars and restaurants, with other local facilities also on Easterly Road/Dib Lane. Iconic Oakwood Clock hosts a monthly Farmers Market as well as a programme of community events throughout the year. The WykeBeck Walk is popular with families and dog walkers and runs from Roundhay Park to Temple Newsam House. Roundhay Park offers many recreational amenities to suit families of all ages, including parkland walks, sports pitches on Soldiers Field, Canal Gardens and Tropical World.

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