The grand five bedroom home sits in Park View Terrace in the Halton area of east Leeds.
The property is set over four floors with the kitchen and living areas on the ground floor, three bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor, and a further two bedrooms and a bathroom on the second floor.
A large cellar is accessed through the kitchen.
Outside the house boasts enclosed gardens at the front and rear of the house, with the rear having a patio and lawned area, perfect for entertaining.
The house also has beautiful views over Primrose Valley Park, and is just a short drive or walk to Temple Newsam estate.
George Richardson, Leeds Local Property Expert Purplebricks said: "The stunning property was built circa 1910 according to original title deeds meaning it is a Edwardian period property. It is one of eleven terraces, of which five are grand style with bedrooms on the top floor.
"It is walking distance to Primrose Park, and it also has its own private rear garden, perfect for the summer.”
It is on the market for £350,000 with Purple Bricks.
Enter through the grand entrance hall, which has high ceilings and retains its original period plasterwork. On the first floor is a large front facing family room with beautiful bay window. Photo: Purple Bricks
A seating area with book storage in the bay window. Photo: Purple Bricks
Also on this floor is the kitchen/diner with a well fitted modern kitchen, with a large range style oven and breakfast island. The cellar is accessed through this room. There is also a separate utility room. Photo: Purple Bricks
Speaking of the hallway, the owners said: "Whilst most landing don't offer much more than a corridor to a room - This landing oozes character and enjoys small shelves ideal for storing your favourite books, access to all first floor rooms and a double fitted storage cupboard, stairs to the second floor." Photo: Purple Bricks
On the first floor are three bedrooms, including what is currently being used as a master bedroom with has a large bay front facing window. Photo: Purple Bricks
The large family bathroom is on this floor, having taken some room from one of the smaller bedrooms. Photo: Purple Bricks