There’s something incredibly quirky and ‘of the era’ about this wonderful 1970s four-bedroomed property in Monkswood, Leeds, Yorkshire.
It’s an architect-designed property, dating back to the 1970s, but with no specific year attributed to it. Indeed, the agent doesn’t give much away aside from the basic facts, but they do have plenty of images to offer, some featured here, the rest on the site.
From those, we can see a modernist-inspired property that doesn’t look to have changed massively over the years. Although look closely and you’ll see that the current occupant has upgraded – the interior is certainly modern (with a retro twist) and the windows have a look of newness about them. That staircase is definitely modern too. So the best of both worlds if you like.
In terms of accommodation, the ground floor entrance hall has an exposed brick wall (as do other rooms) and full length window to the front and a solid walnut custom-designed staircase with glazed balustrading with access to the first floor and down to a hall with under stairs storage, walnut flooring, full height sliding glass door with matching side panel.
That takes you to an open plan split level living area with exposed brick walls. The lounge has access to the rear garden, access to a ‘reading area’ with full-height bookshelves and via another door to the home office. There’s also a dining area with walnut flooring and double glazed patio doors to the garden and a modern fitted kitchen. The living space on this level is finished off with a utility room and the house bathroom.
On the first floor, you’ll find the master bedroom. an en-suite shower room and three additional bedrooms. Outside, there’s parking to the side of the property via a double car port, a custom-built, multi-level wooden decking area and access to the rear woodland garden.
£425,000 is the asking price, with some items of furniture thrown in to sweeten the deal.
More details and images at the Zoopla at eBay website