The seller told us:
“The windows sold it for me: being able to sit and look across Meanwood Valley Nature Trail and listen to the owls at night has been incredible. It only takes minutes to walk into the centre of Meanwood with all the bars and (delicious) restaurants but it feels a million miles away. There’s a bus stop right outside which takes you into the city centre too!”
Kristy Marsden, the Negotiator who will be looking after this sale, says:
“These are excellent flats for first time buyers, having a good Energy Efficiency rating and a modest management service charge. They also rent very well: Moores began managing all these flats for the developers initially, and slowly the flats have been sold off over the years. We still manage quite a few of the flats, therefore we know this development inside and out. They’re always popular with professionals and academics – not students. Car parking is unrestricted which is also ideal if there are two of you in the flat, each having a car.”
From the centre of Meanwood by Waitrose supermarket, at the junction with Meanwood Road, Green Road and Stonegate Road, proceed towards Leeds along Meanwood Road. Continue past the doctors’ surgery on the left and at the next set of traffic lights turn right onto Grove Lane. Follow the road around to the right and Bridgewater Court can be found on the right-hand side just before the Meanwood Valley Trail and the start of the large stone villas of Oakfield Terrace.A brief history of this area
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