Clarence Road, Horsforth


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  • Bedrooms: 4
An ELEGANT HOME OF GRAND PROPORTIONS within this truly spectacular stone residence with BREATHTAKING VIEWS -Current living space to the ground floor extends to approx 1730sq ft, with a further 1445qft of individual rooms to the lower ground floor - ripe for adding your own flair - EXTENSIVE SPACE FOR YOUR GROWING FAMILY - OOZING CHARMING PERIOD FEATURES with modern additions for comfort - EXTENSIVE GROUNDS, PARKING & A DETACHED GARAGE - Prime Horsforth location with excellent schools and commuter links, along with an abundance of varied amenities, local park and newly opened train station along the A65. EPC - E


A truly spectacular stone residence, in which we are selling a home of grand proportions. Elegant indeed, with current living space over the ground floor extending to approximately 1730sq ft, with a further 1445qft of individual rooms to the lower ground floor which are ripe for development and in which there is extensive space for your growing family. With a traditional layout and oozing charming period features, with modern additions for comfort, this wonderful family home is set within extensive grounds, with two parking spaces, a single detached garage and an adventure playground of a garden where the children can run around, explore and really let off steam, plenty of space for a trampoline, slide, play shed etc. Views are simply breathtaking from parts of this most impressive property, the likes of which are very rarely found in this locality, which is a prime Horsforth setting with excellent schools and commuter links, along with an abundance of varied amenities, local park and newly opened train station along the A65.


This is a prime residential location with stunning views, where you will find excellent schools to suit all ages, a thriving village atmosphere in which you can enjoy an array of eateries, bars and an abundance of shops etc. Further facilities are available in the village of Horsforth, including a supermarket, park, banks etc, with pre-schools, also Kids Club and Trinity University all on hand. There are gyms, cricket, bowls, rugby, golf, running clubs, and a skate park: something for everone. The Horsforth Train Station provides services to Leeds, York and Harrogate and Kirkstall Forge Train Station is located down the A65 and will further enhance the location. The Ring Road (A6120) and the (A65) are near by and provide main road links to the commercial centres of Leeds, Bradford, York and Harrogate, a regular bus service runs into the City Centre and, for the more travelled commuter, the Leeds-Bradford Airport is a short drive away. There are many other recreational activities on offer in nearby areas too. All in all, this location is sought after by a wide variety of buyers and enjoys a strong sense of community.


From our Horsforth office continue along the A65 towards Leeds City Centre. Turn right into Clarence Road and the property can they be identified by our 'FOR SALE' board. Post Clode LS18 4LB.



Timber and glazed entrance door leading into...


5.69m x 3.35m (18'8 x 11'0 )

Providing a wonderful first impression to this beautiful house! High ceilings, charm and character is evident and this theme continues throughout. With stripped floorboards and deep skirting boards, plate rack and ceiling cornice. Large period style central heating radiator, very much in keeping with the era. Church style former lobby. Glazed door with side light gives access into....


4.75m x 5.49m (15'7 x 18'0 )

What a wonderful spacious family room which forms the hub of the home, an ideal place for day to day living and dining. Fitted with a comprehensive range of oak wall, base and drawer units providing excellent storage space, 'Farmhouse' style yet with a modern twist. Quality granite work surfaces and superb central island unit with inset sink, side drainer and mixer tap. Stunning exposed red brick chimney breast with stone lintel over and unique bold red wood burning stove - Perfect for cosy winter nights. The ornate ceiling is a character rarely found and complements the ceiling coving perfectly. Space for a tall fridge freezer and a gas cooker. This room has tall windows to two elevations, flooding the room with lots of natural light and also providing a spectacular view to the rear. Stripped floorboards.


7.01m (23'0 )

What an expansive and grand hallway, so rare to find such a spacious area. Cleverly converted from part of the original entrance, with feature arch and coving, plate rack and traditional doors. There is ample space here to place a desk and chair etc to have a study or work from home area. Feature period tiled flooring - a beautiful focal point. Fitted storage. Doors open out onto the terrace.


6.17m x 4.88m (20'3 x 16'0 )

An elegant, spacious bay fronted, dual aspect reception room which has such a grand feel. Oozing character with fabulous detailed coving, deep skirting boards, panelling and painted floorboards. This room is ideal for formal entertaining or cosy family nights. A wood burning stove sits atop a traditional style tiled hearth and forms a wonderful and cosy focal point to the room. The large bay window frames the stunning long distance valley view, showcasing it perfectly.


4.72m x 4.42m (into bay) (15'6 x 14'6 (into bay)

A superb room which takes full advantage of the beautiful extensive valley views, such a pleasure to look out from this room. Modern colour scheme, yet retaining the period charm well. Traditional central heating radiator. Feature glazed window.


4.72m x 2.13m (15'6 x 7'0 )

A comfortable double room. Frosted sash window. Door into...


1.52m x 0.69m (5'0 x 2'3 )

A useful convenience to this room, ideal if guests are staying over or for teenagers. Fitted with a two piece suite comprising WC and a pedestal wash hand basin.


4.88m x 2.13m (16'0 x 7'0 )

Another really good sized room providing ample space in which you can place a double bed, wardrobes, dressing table etc. Deep skirting and original window with wood panel underneath.


3.35m x 2.29m (11'0 x 7'6 )

A perfect guest room! The high ceiling really adds to the feeling of space in this bedroom. Window to the front elevation.


3.35m x 1.93m (11'0 x 6'4 )

An unusually spacious bathroom in which you really do get the 'Wow' factor. 'Tradition meets modern in spectacular fashion. Comprising WC, 'Savoy' wash hand basin, large walk-in shower with waterfall shower head and free-standing roll-top bath, with ball and claw feet and 'telephone' style mixer/shower attachment. Traditional tiled flooring and complementary wall tiling. Modern chrome central heating radiator.


The lower ground floor extends to approximately 1445sqft and is made up of various rooms that offer superb potential to further develop, (Subject to any necessary permissions). Accessed separately from the rear of the property, currently the accommodation provides most useful storage space but we feel that this is an exciting project for somebody to go to town on and bring this floor to life, so many possibilities! The vendor has an agreement from all owners and all residents for the meter to be moved from the cellar giving lots of scope to develop further. Briefly comprising...


6.10m x 5.05m (max) (20'0 x 16'7 (max))

Superb space with a dry feel. Boiler housed here and Belfast sink for utility uses.


3.35m x 1.70m (11'0 x 5'7 )

Bags of potential.


4.88m x 5.18m (max) (16'0 x 17'0 (max))

An excellent size with further separate rooms leading off from here.


5.18m x 4.57m (17'0 x 15'0 )

Excellent potential.


4.57m x 2.13m (max) (15'0 x 7'0 (max))

Excellent potential.


5.05m x 2.13m (16'7 x 7'0 )

Super potential.


5.05m x 2.31m (16'7 x 7'7 )

Again, no shortage of potential here. Currently housing the gas meter.


The grounds are superb, with extensive gardens which are for the exclusive use of this property. A driveway to the side provides ample off-street parking, with the potential to create further parking space if desired and a useful detached single garage for storage. There are lawned areas and an abundance of trees, flowers and shrubs with further low maintenance, mature planted sections. A Yorkshire stone pathway wraps around the property and opens out onto a substantial terrace, which is perfect for sitting out, relaxing with the family or entertaining friends and colleagues. There are a series of lawns, one enclosed by stone walling and various other interesting seating and planted areas. An adventure playground of a garden extends further where the children can run around, explore and really let off steam, plenty of space for a trampoline, slide, play shed etc. Access down to the cellar.


We understand that the property is leasehold and may therefore carry an annual charge for maintenance/ground rent. We are advised that the following applies.

Length of Lease 999 years - £35 PCM is paid to Oaks Management Company for building insurance. Any additional funds left over is put into a separate pot which is used for any maintenance.

Clarification regarding lease terms, length and any charges should be sought via the vendors solicitors.


We are presently unable to confirm whether any appropriate planning permission or building regulation consents were obtained when altering the property, we do not hold on file, nor have we seen sight of any relevant supporting documents. Interested parties must satisfy themselves in this regard via their own Legal Representative.


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101/103 New Road Side, Horsforth, Leeds, LS18 4QD

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