Terrace that had book to chronicle its development
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.