North View Street, Pudsey, West Yorkshire, LS28


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
HouseSimple is pleased to present this property in Pudsey.

Claremont was built as one property in 1886 and owned by William Henry Vickers. The cul de sac is called Vickers Dale after Mr Vickers with the Dale being Farsley Valley.

In the 1920s the property was divided into two with one being named Claremont and the other Claremont House. In 1998 the property was put back into one property and with the correct building regulations could easily be converted back into two separate properties if required.

The side of the property on North View Street does not have the most impressive curb appeal as the vendors had the existing porch, utility and garage removed. This was in preparation for an extension to the side of the property incorporating a new porch, two utilities, garage and games room. The planning permission has just been re-approved by Leeds City Council and the Planning Reference is 19/03281/FU. The vendor has full size drawings for any interested party. This extension could be used for a number of purposes including a teenage/granny appartment.

The property incorporates three large cellar rooms which were originally used as the kitchens and stores. In one room there is still a old yorkshire range which is rusted and the vendors are unsure of whether this could be put right or not. As the cellar has doors leading to the outside/garden area of the property this could prehaps also be considered for an appartment.

Other features include fitted kitchen with a range of wall and base units, two large reception rooms, entrance hallway with stairway to first floor and cellar access, first floor landing, five bedrooms with en suite to master bedroom, family bathroom.

Externally the property offers parking and a gardens to front and rear.

Stanningley is a popular area of West Leeds and is compressed between the areas of Pudsey, Farsley, Bramley and Rodley and dissected by Stanningley Road that forms an arterial route towards Leeds City Centre and out to Bradford. This area is ideal for the business commuter as there are various bus routes that run to both city centres and surrounding districts, as well as New Pudsey and Bramley Railway Stations. Conveniently placed a short distance away is the Owlcotes Shopping Centre that provides the consumer with both Asda and Marks & Spencer superstores and ample car parking.

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