The sellers told us:
“90 St Anne’s has been a joy for us and we leave with happy memories. For a central location the area is surprisingly peaceful and quiet. This end of the street is mostly families and couples with little (if any) immediate student presence and the associated impact that can have. An added bonus is the railway cutting at the far end of the garden. The line is not a busy route and being sunken there is no notable noise pollution from the trains: it really is something you hardly notice and provides a welcome barrier against future housing development and a natural habitat for birds and wildlife whilst giving the garden a really secluded feel. The house has a great entertaining kitchen and dining room with the option to eat on the patio in warmer weather. The wooden panelling gives the house character and the hallway has always been a talking point with visitors. Two cars can be parked side by side on the driveway with further scope down the side of the house. The two sheds are just over a year old and invaluable as extra storage and work spaces. The loft space is huge too. The house is so well situated for a short walk into Headingley and is close enough to venues like The Brudenell, Hyde Park Picture House and supermarkets down at Kirkstall Bridge and Headingley itself. We say farewell with fondness.”
Rachel Abbott, the Negotiator at Moores looking after this sale, says:
“St Anne’s Drive is literally around the corner and across the road from the Headingley train station, providing excellent access into and out of Leeds, whether commuting for work or spending a Sunday afternoon in town doing some shopping and treating yourself to a drink or two! The shops in Headingley are a 20 minute walk away, along with all the bars and restaurants Headingley has to offer. The cricket and rugby ground are 5 minutes away for those who like sporting events, and nearby Kirkstall Lane and Queenswood Drive offer excellent bus services into town and to surrounding areas.”
From the centre of Headingley by the Headingley Central Shopping Centre on the A660 Otley Road, proceed along North Lane and through the traffic lights at Cardigan Road onto Kirkstall Lane. Continue past the cricket ground (on your left) and past the doctors surgery, dentist and vets and at the traffic lights with Queenswood Drive and St Ann’s Lane turn left onto St Ann’s Lane taking the next left turn into St Anne’s Drive (please note the different spellings) and No 90 can be found on the left.A brief history of this area
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