The sellers told us:
“Victoria Terrace has been our much loved family home for more than 25 years. We were immediately drawn to its elegance and original features and have been careful to keep those over the years. The garden is beautiful throughout the seasons and we will treasure our memories of family get-togethers in the sunshine. We are sorry to leave the house, and our lovely neighbours, but it is now time for someone else to enjoy it as much as we have.”
Kristy Marsden, the Negotiator looking after this sale, says:
“These houses rarely come on to the market, and with this house in particular being offered with no chain and with immediate vacant possession, it’s a real opportunity for someone to be enjoying the garden this summer. We believe these were built around 1850, possibly by a local quarry owner, John Hustle, as his wife is noted in historical documents as earning £20-£25 in rent from the terrace by the late 1850’s. The architectural detailing of the facade is delightful, especially the stone canopy over the door, the arched windows and the eaves.”
From the centre of Headingley proceed north along the Otley Road (A660) in the direction of West Park and Far Headingley. Continue through the traffic lights at Shaw Lane/St Anne’s Road and continue along the A660. After the first right turning (Burton Crescent) Victoria Terrace can be found on the right, identified by the hair studio on the end of the terrace.A brief history of this area
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