Michael Moore, a Director at Moores, says:
“The interior of this house is now dated, although it’s not a ‘doer-upper’ as such, with the fixtures and fittings serviceable. The house ideally needs a new kitchen and bathroom, full redecoration, new carpets and curtains and perhaps some upgrading to the electrics, but you’d then have a lovely home in a brilliant location. Patio doors, or bi-folds, would transform the dining kitchen, as it looks out onto a sunny garden that’s not really not overlooked. I think the garage is actually on some unclaimed land for which our client had an indemnity policy when she bought the house in 2003. I’m sure we can offer the same sort of indemnity policy with this sale, although there’s been no issue with the use of the garage in the past 17 years.”
Rachel Abbott, the Negotiator at Moores responsible for this property, says:
“Sandfield Garth is perfectly located if you want to be able to walk to all the amenities in both Headingley and Meanwood. Headingley Central is a 20 minute walk along Monkbridge Road and Waitrose and Meanwood Park is only a 10 minute walk with access to the Meanwood Valley Trail at the bottom of the hill.
From the centre of Meanwood by Waitrose supermarket at the junction of Meanwood Road, Stonegate Road, Green Road and Monk Bridge Road, proceed down Monk Bridge Road towards Headingley and just over the Meanwood Beck turn right into Highbury Road. Proceed to the end and turn left up the hill continuing into Sandfield Garth on the right.A brief history of this area
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