Leeds property news: city’s biggest penthouse hits the market

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ONE OF Leeds’ largest and most exclusive penthouses, which has a price tag of £795,000, has hit the market following a complete refurbishment and re-design.

The penthouse at Simpsons Fold on Dock Street, covers 2,200 square feet over two floors and includes a dual aspect living room, four spacious bedrooms, two terraces, three bathrooms and two parking spaces.

The interior’s stand-out features include a completely bespoke contemporary dark oak and quartz stone kitchen with integrated appliances that are cleverly hidden away by full-height doors, a feature staircase, high quality bathrooms and a mix of dark hard wood and solid bamboo flooring.

Morgans’ Managing Director Jonathan Morgan who is selling the property says: “This is a stunning penthouse and the new design maximises the building’s original architectural features to create a seriously contemporary home that is still warm, welcoming and offers an element of surprise throughout.

“Simpsons Fold is such an iconic building and the penthouse provides the very best of city living, with a superb design style that would suit anyone looking for a truly unique space, of exceptional quality, in the heart of Leeds.”

Simpsons Fold, a sympathetically converted, Grade II listed former mill, consists of 47 apartments and five commercial units on the ground floor. Jonathan adds: “It’s a really popular development, close to the river with fantastic views and plenty of amenities on its doorstep.

“The living space in the penthouse is unrivalled – there is nothing else on the market of this size or standard at the moment.

“The penthouse offers plenty of character features and full length floor to ceiling windows that light both floors and two paved terrace areas that provide first rate views. here’s also a concierge on-site and secure underground parking for two cars.

“It takes less than 10 minutes to walk to the train station and we are expecting plenty of interest from buyers wanting a standout city home.”

To find out more informaiton, visit www.cityliving.co.uk or call 0113 398 0099 for more details.

Morgans pioneered city living in Leeds when it opened its doors in 1997 and now employs a team of 40 colleagues at offices in Dock Street and Headingley that specialise in sales, rentals and property management.

Jonathan Morgan is a property expert in Leeds and provides regular comment on his blog, including additional comment on this story regarding city centre sales. Visit www.cityliving.co.uk/blog/

For further information contact Morgans on 0113 398 0099, or visit the company’s website at www.cityliving.co.uk

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