Leeds property news: knocked for six by Pudsey property scheme

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Pudsey folk know a thing or two about cricket, so it is entirely fitting that some of its most famous cricketing sons have been recognised at a new residential development on the edge of town.

Arthur Court boasts the Hutton, Sutcliffe, Illingworth, Hoggard and Tunnicliffe house types and is located on Waterloo Road, just a well-struck cover drive from the world renowned Pudsey St Lawrence Cricket Club.

The development itself is made up of five, four and fiver bedroom detached properties, each one uniquely designed to give a clear sense of individuality and together form part of an exclusive electronic gated community.

All the houses have been built using reconstituted stone or brick and incorporate many eco-friendly features such as double insulation.

The ground floor of every property also enjoys built-in underfloor heating.

Arranged over three floors the spacious properties offer extensive and versatile living, comprising kitchen, dining room, lounge, utlity room and a fabulous sun room.

Meanwhile two of the bedrooms have en-suite facilities which are in addition to the house bathroom.

Four plots include a separate garage with an upper floor, ideal for conversion into a home office, secure play area, relaxation zone or additional storage space. Plot 1 has an especially convenient integral garage.

Lisa Croke, Area New Homes Manager at william h brown, the exclusive selling agent, said: “Arthur Court is a superb development offering the very best in modern living. The spacious accommodation, secure environment and extensive outdoor space will definitely appeal to families with children.”

Conveniently located on the corner of Waterloo Road and The Marsh, Arthur Court is surrounded by a choice of schools for all ages, while the wide open recreational spaces of Queens Park and Pudsey Park are within walking distance.

Good transport links include direct trains from New Pudsey Station to Leeds, Bradford and beyond.

For car drivers the ease of access to the major road and motorway network is a distinct advantage.

Pudsey itself offers an eclectic mix of shops, bars, restaurants and a leisure centre as well as being only five minutes from the Owlcotes Centre with its large Marks and Spencer and 24 hour Asda supermarket.

The developer, EP Homes is holding a launch weekend this Saturday, 31 January and Sunday 1 February when the fully furnished show home, Hutton House, will be available to view between the hours of 11am and 3pm.

Lisa said: “Pudsey has long been a very popular place for families and Arthur Court is a welcome addition to the local property landscape, which is reflected in the interest already generated.” Prices at Arthur Court start at £389,950. If you interested, the team would love to meet you on the day.

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