A superb stone built converted stables built 1863 and situated in the highly sought after historic core of Chapel Allerton. This unique and beautifully presented end cottage boasts a variety of original features including internal exposed stone walls, exposed beams throughout and the original Stable door. A range of sympathetic improvements include a cast iron spiral staircase, new stylish bathroom suite and farmhouse dining kitchen with Belfast sink and flag stone flooring. In addition to this there is good size lounge and two characterful double bedrooms. With an enchanting private courtyard garden showcasing the original stone boundary wall, unique properties such as this are rarely offered to market. Sold with no onward chain.
The characterful property is unveiled through solid timber half and half door into the entrance hall which features exposed stone wall and is home to the original Manor's stable door. With attractive paved flooring, radiator and doors leading to;
The modern and spacious kitchen offers a farmhouse style finish. With ample wall and floor units, full original exposed stone wall, traditional Belfast sink below the double glazed window looking out onto the secluded and tranquil courtyard. With splash back tiles and built in appliances including fridge and freezer the space also allows for an additional dining area to one end.
Accessed from the entrance hall the utility area offers plumbing for a washing machine however could give buyers the option to add a downstairs WC if required.
The incredibly generous lounge boasts character as well as a unique, quirky finish. With wood flooring the light and spacious room benefits from traditional exposed beams, exposed stone wall and a mesmerising cast iron spiral staircase. Including two double glazed windows looking out onto the courtyard and private garden.
From the spiral staircase the landing continues the exposed stone wall and features a beautiful stained glass window. With doors leading to;
Good size double bedroom with double glazed window, radiator. Benefitting from original beams.
A second spacious double bedroom with double glazed window and radiator. Continuing the properties character with exposed beams.
The modern and newly fitted bathroom is tastefully decorated with part tiled walls, stone tiled floor including wc, wash basin and bath with hand held shower hose. Accessed through wooden bifolding door the well configured bathroom offers velux window and chrome towel rail.
The unique property benefits from a well kept and easy to maintain private and hidden garden; pefect for alfresco dining. There is also space for at least two cars in the courtyard.br /br /Located in the heart of Chapel Allerton, the beautiful home is situated in the quiet and tranquil courtyard of Westfield Manor originally constructed in 1863. The end cottage was formally part of the stables and is oozing history and character that is rare to find in the local area. Ideally located a short walk from all amenities Chapel Allerton has on offer as well as easily accessible from Leeds City Centre, Harrogate and York.
- Converted Stables
- 2 Bedrooms
- Heart of Chapel Allerton
- Oozing Character Original Features
- Newly Refurbished
- Courtyard Parking
- Private Garden
- No Chain