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10 St Ann’s Tower Mews, Kirkstall Lane, Headingley, Leeds, LS6 3DS | Guide Price: £240,000

Property Summary

  • Modern Semi-Detached House In Gated Development
  • Two Double Bedrooms, One With Built-In Wardrobes
  • Gas Central Heating & Double Glazing In Wood Frames
  • Spacious Double Aspect Living Room With French Windows Overlooking Former Rose Garden
  • Downstairs WC
  • Private Lawned Garden & Patio
  • Shed With Power & Light
  • Great Location Only A Short Walk From Train Station & Amenities In Headingley
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Michael Moore, a Director at Moores, says:

“I sold all these houses when they were first built. My clients and I were very proud of the scheme, as the houses were designed to complement the original house, once the home of a wealthy woollen merchant who had it commissioned from plans based on a French chateau that he’d brought back from one of his trips to the continent. The development has worked well, now established as a ‘retreat’ from the hustle and bustle of vibrant Headingley behind the imposing electric gates that front Kirkstall Lane.”

Kristy Marsden, the Negotiator at Moores looking after this sale, says:

“At the rear of St Ann’s Tower, on the edge of the development, this house enjoys the largest garden of the 4 houses that overlooks the former rose garden. The lawn is private to No.10 along with a patio and shed, which has power and light. Although you’re only 3 miles or so from the city centre the only thing you can hear are the birds with the sound of the occasional train that slowly trundles between the Headingley station, across Kirkstall Lane, down to Burley Park station a couple of minutes away. This really is an idyllic setting, to say you’re close to the amenities of Headingley.”

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From the junction of the A660 Otley Road and North Lane in the centre of Headingley, proceed along North Lane towards Kirkstall and the cricket and rugby grounds. Continue through the traffic lights at Cardigan Road, and past the Kirkstall Lane entrance to the cricket ground. Continue past Greyshiels Avenue and the turning on the left into The Turnways, where the gated development of St Ann’s Tower can be found on the left-hand side, just before the next set of traffic lights at Queenswood Drive/St Ann’s Lane. One of our agents will meet you at the gates and walk you through the grounds to the rear of the original Victorian mansion, where No 10 St Ann’s Tower Mews can be found at the rear, the furthest of the four houses which overlook the original rose garden.

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