St Josephs Court, Woodlands Drive, Rawdon, LS19
A truly remarkable character property offering period features throughout, this property will not disappoint. A magnificent Chapel Conversion dating back to 1909, an early viewing is essential.
St. Josephs Court was once the Grand Catholic Church of Our Lady of Good Council and St. Joseph, built by John Warrington in the grounds of his house, Lisieux House on Woodlands drive. This highly sought after and very pleasant conservation area near to Rawdon and Apperley Bridge. The chapel was designed by Edward Simpson of Leeds to a Gothic style in 1909, enclosed in 1989 and since been converted into three stunning properties. No 3 enjoys the chancery end of the chapel and so hosts many outstanding architectural features and also has been recently much improved by the present owners to an exacting standard. This provides a wonderful home ideal for the young professional couple or the young growing family alike.
Located down a private driveway in an almost courtyard style setting and enjoying an elevated and imposing aspect with far reaching views to the front. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance hall, study/bedroom 4, utility, stairs to a guest bedroom with stunning contemporary en-suite bathroom (which would also make an ideal master suite), a stunning open plan living/dining/kitchen being split level and enjoying a quality kitchen with granite work surfaces and built in facilities. First floor landing with double doors leading to a large double height suite which also has exposed red bricks believed to be hand made in Rome and also revealing stone carvings and arches, additional double bedroom and house shower room. To the rear of the property is extensive split level decking bordered by original stone walling and to the front there are two parking spaces and an elevated aspect.
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