Ter­race that had book to chron­i­cle its de­vel­op­ment

Yorkshire Post - Property - - PROPERTY - Sharon Dale

prop­erty and, while in need of some ren­o­va­tion in­ter­nally, it is a rare op­por­tu­nity to buy a piece of Head­in­g­ley his­tory and make the most of its po­ten­tial to be­come a su­perb fam­ily home of im­mense size and stature.”

Woodbine Ter­race was de­vel­oped by James Wood, who also helped to build Leeds Grand Theatre and the city’s Mu­nic­i­pal Build­ings.

The house has an el­e­vated ground floor with hall, three re­cep­tion rooms and a din­ing kitchen. To the lower ground floor there is a rear en­trance hall with ac­cess to the rear gar­den, four rooms and one smaller room. On the first floor, there are three dou­ble bed­rooms, one with an en-suite shower room w/c and a large bathroom. On the top floor there are two fur­ther bed­rooms, one with an en-suite.

It is the dou­ble-fronted, end ter­race on the street, added some 20 years af­ter the first houses.

This house is one of the largest on Wood­bi­neter­race and is need of ren­o­va­tion. Right: Si­mon Ket­ter­ing­ham with a copy of the book about the row.

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