Asking Price

£325,000

St Margarets Avenue, Roundhay, LS8 3 Bedroom Semi Detached House

A traditional 1930's semi-detached which will undoubtedly appeal to families due to the close proximity of ... popular local schools, including Roundhay High School. There is a lovely original canopy over the front door which provides access to the ground floor entrance hall which also has original panelled internal doors. There are two versatile and interchangeable reception rooms, with the front having a lovely wide splay bay window and the rear featuring a log burning stove, and sliding patio doors leading onto the rear garden. The kitchen is fitted with modern cream gloss fronted units with an integrated oven and hob, and also houses the combination gas fired central heating boiler. To the first floor is a landing which also features original panelled internal doors and has a pull down ladder providing access to a useful loft space which has lighting and has been part boarded for storage. Off the landing are two double bedrooms, a single bedroom, a bathroom with both a bath and shower cubicle and a separate WC. The house is situated on a popular residential cul-de-sac and stands on a level plot with manageable size front and rear gardens, with a driveway affording off-street parking and a garage at the rear creating useful storage. The highly regarded residential suburb of Roundhay has long been popular with buyers of all ages who appreciate the character of the area and leafy tree lined avenues. Local amenities are available Oakwood Parade where there are independent shops, cafe bars, restaurants, post office and library. Iconic Oakwood Clock hosts a popular monthly Farmers Market and a programme of community events throughout the year. Street Lane, Moortown Corner, and the cosmopolitan 'village' of Chapel Allerton are also close by. Leafy Roundhay Park offers many recreational amenities including parkland walks and sports grounds on Soldiers Field, tennis courts, pretty Canal Gardens and Tropical World which is a particularly popular attraction with children. There are good road and public transport links into Leeds City Centre and surrounding areas.

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Key Features

  • Traditional 1930's three bed semi
  • Two interchangeable reception rooms
  • Modern cream gloss kitchen units
  • Modern bathroom suite with shower
  • Level plot gardens with parking and garage
  • Popular cul-de-sac
  • Close to Roundhay High School
  • NO CHAIN

Description

A traditional 1930's semi-detached which will undoubtedly appeal to families due to the close proximity of popular local schools, including Roundhay High School.
There is a lovely original canopy over the front door which provides access to the ground floor entrance hall which also has original panelled internal doors. There are two versatile and interchangeable reception rooms, with the front having a lovely wide splay bay window and the rear featuring a log burning stove, and sliding patio doors leading onto the rear garden. The kitchen is fitted with modern cream gloss fronted units with an integrated oven and hob, and also houses the combination gas fired central heating boiler. To the first floor is a landing which also features original panelled internal doors and has a pull down ladder providing access to a useful loft space which has lighting and has been part boarded for storage. Off the landing are two double bedrooms, a single bedroom, a bathroom with both a bath and shower cubicle and a separate WC.
The house is situated on a popular residential cul-de-sac and stands on a level plot with manageable size front and rear gardens, with a driveway affording off-street parking and a garage at the rear creating useful storage.

The highly regarded residential suburb of Roundhay has long been popular with buyers of all ages who appreciate the character of the area and leafy tree lined avenues. Local amenities are available Oakwood Parade where there are independent shops, cafe bars, restaurants, post office and library. Iconic Oakwood Clock hosts a popular monthly Farmers Market and a programme of community events throughout the year. Street Lane, Moortown Corner, and the cosmopolitan 'village' of Chapel Allerton are also close by. Leafy Roundhay Park offers many recreational amenities including parkland walks and sports grounds on Soldiers Field, tennis courts, pretty Canal Gardens and Tropical World which is a particularly popular attraction with children. There are good road and public transport links into Leeds City Centre and surrounding areas.

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