" Hadley" is a superb example of a stone detached property. This is a rare and exciting opportunity to purchase a substantial and beautiful family home which will appeal to both professionals and families alike. Standing within well maintained gardens, we believe the property was built around 1926 offering generous proportioned accommodation.
The accommodation briefly comprises on the ground floor: Entrance porch leading to a stunning entrance hallway with bookshelves, ornate covings and panelled walls, leading to a beautiful return staircase to the first floor with cloaks under stairs. The reception rooms include two lounges, separate dining room, large dining kitchen with doors leading to the patio area and a separate utility room and a rear entrance with downstairs bathroom. On the first floor there is a stunning master bedroom which looks out onto the private gardens, three further double bedroom, one with en-suite and modern family house bathroom. There is a further staircase leading to the second floor, leading to a large attic bedroom with modern en suite.
Outside the property there are splendid, well managed lawned gardens with an abundance of mature trees and shrubs, together with a handful of delightful patio seating areas to three sides of the home making outside entertaining a must. To the rear of the property there is a large area of parking on the private driveway and to the side there is a detached garage. Homes of this nature don’t come on the market very often and this home has plenty of scope and offers the potential for a further annex to be built with planning permission to be obtained, 'previously granted in past years' by the present owners.
The property is situated in this popular residential location, convenient for the extensive amenities available in Headingley including a wide choice of shops, schools and recreational facilities. 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. Just five minutes from the property is the upcoming area of Meanwood, with its new bars and restaurants and the large Waitrose as well as beautiful parkland and woods which leads out to open countryside through Meanwood Park. The property is conveniently placed for daily travelling into the centre of Leeds and also to the surrounding Universities. The Leeds outer ring road is close by providing easy access to a number of alternative including Bradford, Harrogate and York and the national motorway networks (M1, M62, A1).
From the Office in West Park turn right and proceed along Otley Road towards Headingley. After approximately half a mile at the traffic lights turn left onto Shaw Lane. The road continues round to the right along Grove Lane whereupon the property can be identified by a For Sale board.