Gardens designed by 'Chelsea' winner, and seven bedrooms in Roundhay

Wednesday, 1st August 2018, 1:19 pm
Updated Wednesday, 1st August 2018, 2:32 pm

Built in 1903, this is a truly stunning Edwardian semi-detached property situated on Shaftesbury Avenue, one of Roundhay's most sought after tree-lined residential streets.

Having been a much loved family home for nearly 30 years, the owners have tried to keep as much of the character features as possible while also modernising aspects of the property. With a grand entrance hallway, stained glass windows and stripped flooring the property boasts a main sitting room with attractive period fireplace with marble surround, separate dining room with multi-fuel burning stove and archway leading to the kitchen.

The kitchen is fitted with quality wooden units with complementary work surfaces and a door leading to the balcony which overlooks the rear garden. Leading upstairs there are two good-sized bedrooms, the house bathroom and separate WC, and a smaller single bedroom.

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To the second floor are two further double bedrooms, a smaller single bedroom / office space, a modern shower room and a loft access hatch which has been insulated and boarded with pull down ladder offering additional storage.

The gardens are truly special having been landscaped by a Chelsea Flower Show award winning gardener. The garden has lighting, power, established plants and shrubbery along with a shed and shelter ideally placed to catch the evening sun. The property also offers off-street parking at the rear accessed by the shared driveway.

The lower ground floor of the property has been renovated and is currently used as a separate dwelling rented on a periodic basis by the current owners. This area offers fantastic open -plan living, dining kitchen space with bi-folding doors out to the rear, a good-sized bedroom and a modern shower room.

It is on the market for £650,000.