Leeds property: Stunning opportunity to renovate detached period property Rawdon Hall Lodge
House hunters in Leeds have the opportunity to put their own stamp on a magnificent period property in Rawdon.
Rawdon Hall Lodge is a stunning detached home situated in a private road next to open farm land.
Situated on Rawdon Hall Drive within a conservation area, the charming property is surrounded by its own gardens, and has views across the countryside and the neighbouring Rawdon Golf and Lawn Tennis Club.
Inside the house is full of delightful surprises.
The house has an unusual layout which has been developed over time by the present owners but could easily be altered again to provide two separate dwellings or an annexe.
Nicola Thompson, a director from Adair Paxton, said: “Rawdon Hall Lodge is a big house, with big gardens, in a great area, so it ticks three key boxes.
"It’s also an opportunity for someone to put their own stamp on a vast period house, that has six reception rooms and five bedrooms, and spans more than 4,500 sq ft.
“With some foresight and vision, it could be a truly grand home in a very exclusive area, on a private road next to open farmland.
"It also sits in substantial gardens and has a quiet, rural feel, whilst still being within easy reach of Apperley Bridge railway station, Leeds Bradford Airport, the A65 and several shops, pubs and restaurants.”
It is on the market for an asking price of £950,000 with Adair Paxton.
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