Rachel Abbott, the Negotiator at Moores dealing with this sale, says:
“The lady who lived here had been a resident for over 20 years, clearly loving the location and the neighbours. The loft conversion was undertaken before she moved in, and offers a generous space which could be enhanced with a dormer. You’d need to check with the Council’s planning department about the necessary permissions that would be needed. This bungalow will make a lovely home for someone, once it’s been refurbished.”
Michael Moore, Moores Senior Partner, says:
“Properties in these cul-de-sacs don’t come to the market all that often, especially one which offers buyers a ‘blank canvas’. This is a great doer-upper project. The kitchen and bathroom could be utilised, although I suspect most buyers will want to do a full upgrade straight away!”
From the centre of Meanwood at the junction of Meanwood Road, Stonegate Road and Green Road (by Waitrose) proceed west along Green Road towards Meanwood Park and take the sixth turning on the right into Sunset Road (just before the Meanwood Institute on the corner). Proceed up Sunset Road and Sunset Mount is the second cul-de-sac on the right, approximately half way up the hill.A brief history of this area
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