The seller told us:
“Before I bought our house, I’d been renting the one next door. I loved living in the street so much that there was no other option than to buy this one when it became available. We love the vibrancy and convenience of Headingley with all the shops you need on a day to day basis at the end of the street and an ever-improving choice of restaurants and grown-up bars. I like to call Dennistead Crescent an oasis in the middle of Headingley given how quiet it is – no-one has any reason to walk up the cul-de-sac unless they live here. We’ve transformed our house into a light, spacious, modernised home, yet it still has more potential. When we’re not inside we can use the private garden, which is so large there is always somewhere sunny to sit, and is complete with a spectacular monkey puzzle tree (that everyone who visits always comments on). When we’re done sitting in the sun we know that Meanwood Park and Beckett Park (or the beer garden) are just a short walk away. It’ll be with mixed emotions that we move on – we hope that the next owner enjoys living here as much as we have.”
Michael Davies, the Director at Moores looking after this sale, says:
“This is a very popular cul-de-sac for families. Hardly anyone uses the street other than residents which makes it nice and quiet, safe for children and pets, yet it’s only a couple of minutes walk to the buses on Otley Road as well as all the shops, cafés and pubs in Headingley. The Cottage Road cinema is up the road, and you can walk to the university in town in less than 30 minutes. At the top of the cul-de-sac, this house has a nice orientation, getting the sun in the back garden most of the day. It’s also nice at the rear of the house as it faces across the gardens of the houses on St Anne’s Road, and not directly into another back garden. It really is quite private.”
From our office on St Anne’s Road in Headingley (by the crossroads of the A660 Otley Road and Shaw Lane) proceed down St Anne’s Road to the traffic lights and turn right onto the Otley Road towards Leeds. Take the next right opposite the Headingley Central shopping centre into Dennistead Crescent where this property can be found towards the top of the cul-de-sac. Please note this cul-de-sac is PERMIT PARKING.A brief history of this area
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