13 pictures of a Leeds terraced home dating back to 1869 with characterful period features and bespoke kitchen

A stunning period property set over three storeys plus a basement close to Micklefield Park in Leeds has been listed on the market.

The four-bedroom home, full of characterful features dating back to 1869, sits on Micklefield Lane in Rawdon and has been listed on the market with estate agents Hunter for £449,950.

Enter into the entrance hall with a grand entrance door and Karndean flooring which continues into spacious lounge with fireplace and bay mullioned sash window. The bespoke dining kitchen features Indian rosewood units and granite worktops and has lots of space for a dining table.

On the first floor sits two generous double bedrooms and a third, single room along with a beautiful house bathroom. The master bedroom occupies the second floor and benefits from skylight windows, exposed ceiling beams and ensuite shower room.

Behind the kitchen is a handy utility room with access to the rear garden and to the basement, which hosts two additional rooms ideal for storage and with potential for conversion.

Externally, an enclosed garden sits to the front of the property benefiting from a southernly aspect, as well as a shared garden to the rear with private parking and electric vehicle charging point.

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