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The most prestigious property in this stunning Victorian Mansion. The Spenfield is set over two floors, enjoys a unique layout and a PRIVATE GARDEN, as well as some of the best preserved Victorian Architecture in the North of England. This delightful property is truly one of a kind and briefly comprises: entry via the stunning communal entrance with feature stained glass roof light, private entrance hall, with extensive storage which leads through to a spacious dining room and the much coveted "Spenfield Room" (the former billiards room) with impressive ceiling height and well preserved stained glass roof lantern. This most impressive living room gives access to a private garden and is the hub of this apartment. A contemporary kitchen/diner is located at the rear of the apartment and boasts a high specification finish. Also on the ground floor is a spacious double bedroom with ensuite shower room, and the house bathroom. A staircase from the hall gives access to a second double bedroom, also benefiting from an ensuite shower room. A unique feature of this apartment is the second staircase which gives access to a useful storage space and a well lit room which would make an ideal study/snug/games room.
Having been tastefully refurbished with the aim of preserving many original features, this superb conversion enjoys corded sash windows, many original skirting boards, cornicing and architraves. Sanitary ware is Villeroy & Boch and integrated kitchen appliances are Siemens.
Externally, as well as benefiting from a private garden, this apartment sits in extensive communal grounds and has two dedicated parking spaces.
Only internal viewing of Spenfield House will showcase the individual and impressive nature, not only of the house itself, but the standard of conversion. A thorough attention to detail has been applied at every stage.
The Peacock Room Accessed via the main communal hallway, this opulant room was Oxley's former dining room and will be available to residents to use (with prior arrangement via the managing agents). This room features well preserved features including the grandiose carved ceiling as well as restored silk panels designed by William Morris.
Spenfield House Spenfield House is a Grade ll listed Victorian Mansion, completed in 1877 and situated in the Weetwood Conservation Area. The property has been converted in to seven luxury apartments.
Spenfield House was constructed in 1876 by George Corson, the architect who also designed the Grand Theatre in Leeds. Corson was commissioned by James Walter Oxley, son of Henry Oxley a senior partner in the bank of William, Williams, Brown & Co. The house remained the property of the Oxley family until 1948, when it was passed to Leeds City Corporation and then in 1974 to Yorkshire Water. The Greenalls Group Plc acquired the house in late 1997.
Now you can be the custodian and join the history of this magnificently restored part of Leeds' heritage.
Outside The Property Spenfield House sits in superb landscaped grounds and enjoys a pleasant outlook. There are communal gardens all around the main house, but this property also enjoys an exclusive garden accessed via the Spenfield Room. There are two allocated parking spaces.
Tenure Leasehold. 999 years from 1st March 2018. Ground rent - one peppercorn.