This well presented and extended three bedroom semi-detached home is offered to the market with no onward chain and boasts an impressive corner plot within the much sought after village of Bardsey.
Occupying a most enviable plot within the historical North Leeds village of Bardsey is this sensational and extended three-bedroom semi-detached family home. Boasting impressive gardens to three sides, the property is offered to the market with no onward chain and offers the potential purchaser the ability to incorporate their own requirements through further development (subject to the necessary planning consent).
Approached via a gated entrance which leads to the front of the property, the discerning purchaser is greeted in the first instance by a bright and airy split-level entrance hallway which provides access to all the ground floor accommodation and includes a guest w.C.. The family room which is located to the front of the property offers generous proportions with high ceilings and bay front window. To the rear of the property is a sensational and extended open plan living dining kitchen boasting a modern high gloss kitchen which is finished to the highest of standards, an open fire place, plentiful storage and patio doors which provide access to the rear garden. Stairs from the entrance hallway lead to the first floor which includes a master bedroom with modern built in wardrobes. There are two further bedrooms which are of a good equal size and a truly stunning and recently appointed house bathroom which boast a modern white suite with floor to ceiling tiling.
The property offers generous gardens to three sides which offer the potential for further development (subject to the necessary planning consent). Currently laid to lawn, the gardens of this home are fully enclosed and provide an ideal and secure space for the growing family and outdoor entertaining alike. To the front of the property there is also off-street parking for several vehicles.
Mentioned in the Doomsday Survey in 1086, the historic village of Bardsey boasts junior school, Parish Church, village tennis club and long established Bingley Arms Public House. The village is conveniently placed for the commuter with superb access to the A58 to Leeds city Centre and to the A1 linking with the region's excellent motorway network. The neighbouring village of Collingham supports a good range of amenities and a further range of amenities catering for most daily needs can also be found in the neighbour market town of Wetherby, only a short drive away.
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