10 of the most expensive houses on the market in Leeds most desirable area Horsforth

This popular Leeds suburb has consistently been voted the most describable place to live by local estate agents.

By Rebecca Marano
Sunday, 8th November 2020, 6:00 am
The 10 most expensive homes on the market in Horsforth, according to Zoopla.
The 10 most expensive homes on the market in Horsforth, according to Zoopla.

Horsforth, in the west of the city, boasts great shops, restaurants, pubs, schools and green spaces. Unsurprisingly, it is an area in high demand according to Manning Stainton, who published a list ranking Leeds areas by factors including house prices, amenities, schools and crime rates. Here are the most expensive houses in Horsforth right now, according to Zoopla:

The 5 bedroom home is on Newlay Wood Drive. The converted coach house is a wonderful family home with exposed brickwork, a generous gated driveway and a good sized lawn. It is on the market with Manning Stainton for £825,000.
This six-bedroom bungalow is in a prime location on Hall Lane, near to the Horsforth Hall Park. 'The Lilacs' house is a detached family home flanked by beautiful south facing gardens. It is on the market for £750,000 with Hunters.

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This stunning semi-detached home sits on Rawdon Lane. It boasts six double bedrooms, three reception rooms and sits in beautiful, landscaped gardens. It is on the market for £750,000 with Hardisty Prestige.
This extended family home sits on Scotland Lane, just a short walk to Horsforth Station. The five bedroom home is flooded with natural light, a quality, stylish finish and a electronic gated entry. It is on the market for £600,000 with Hardisty Prestige.
This unique 1960s home sits on Brownberrie Lane and has four bedrooms, a good size kitchen dining room and a separate annex. It is very close to the train station and the Leeds Trinity University. It is on the market for £525,000 with Manning Stainton.
This four bedroom bungalow has been completed refurbished and boasts modern features and fixtures. However, it has kept some features like the wood-burning fire in main reception room. The Stanhope Avenue home is on the market for £499,950 with Manning Stainton.
This four bedroom home is just a stone's throw away from Horsforth Hall Park and is near excellent schools. It has three reception rooms, four bedrooms and sits in gated private gardens. It is pm the market for £525,000 with Hardisty Prestige.
This four bedroom home sits on the popular Victoria Walk cul-de-sac. It is stylishly decorated in modern but muted colours and has kitchen doors leading onto the garden. It is on the market for £499,950 with Hardisty and Co.
This four-floored terrace home on Town Close is in an ideal location being situated just off of the bustling Town Street. The characterful home has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and has a modern layout combined with period features. It is on the market for £499,950 with Hardisty Prestige.
This Edwardian semi-detached home on Stanhope Avenue is situated over three floors and has four bedrooms, two reception rooms and a useful cellar. It has a small garden to the front and a rear garden with gravel and paving. it is on the market for £475,000 with Manning Stainton.