Living in North Leeds suburbs

Living in North Leeds suburbs

This amazing two bedroom apartment is located in a highly sought after residential area in Leeds, close to the beautiful Roundhay Park, giving you the peace of suburban life just 15 minutes from the vibrant city centre.38915001d557fcebfeaaa9feab5bac2b43e49d3b_645_430[1]

Property

This stylish apartment benefits from a spacious open-plan layout, with a large lounge area featuring French doors and a Juliet balcony to let in the fresh air. The modern, high specification kitchen is fitted with white high gloss units, and complete with integrated oven/hob and extractor fan, washing machine and fridge/freezer, providing everything you need in one convenient place.kitchen edit

The two double bedrooms are fitted with carpets for a cosy feel, and the master bedroom additional benefits from an en suite bathroom, whilst the second bedroom has a built in wardrobe for extra storage. The modern house bathroom is part-tiled and fitted with a white three-piece suite including shower over bath, and also comes with a mirror and electric shaver plug. A secure door entry system provides extra safety, and the apartment comes with an allocated parking space.

Location

Sandringham Court is situated in a quiet residential area between Alwoodley and Moortown, and is just 15 minutes from the amazing Leeds city centre. There are many golf courses and green spaces in the area, with the beautiful Roundhay Park just a short walk away, offering over 700 acres of parklands, lakes, woodlands, gardens and a tropical world, as well as many great events.Canal_Gardens_Aug_2007

In the suburb of Moortown there is a great range of amenities including a Marks & Spencer, banks, restaurants, bars and many other shops. And if you’re looking for more, Leeds city centre is only a 15 minute journey away and boasts a whole range of fantastic shops, bars, restaurants, clubs and entertainment venues; you will never run out of things to do in this city!

Highlights of Moortown

  • G-Wu – the raved about Chinese restaurant & takeaway
  • David Lloyd – high end gym
  • Blackbird Vintage – a unique vintage store selling furniture and designer clothes
  • Mama Doreen’s – a delicious cupcake shop
  • Haley & Clifford – ethical and home-cooked food
  • Ira B’s – classic Jewish food with loads of personality (pictured)
  • Tree Tops Community Centre – hosts regular Pilates classescars and Ira B's 056
  • Gourmet Foods – a kosher butchers
  • Amici – friendly Italian restaurant
  • The Lord Darcy Pub – classic suburban pub
  • Moortown Golf Club – in the top 100 golf clubs in the country
  • Marks & Spencer’s – Simply Food on Moortown Corner
  • The Street Lane Bakery – a range of cakes, pastries and bread
  • COOK – selling gourmet, frozen ready meals
  • Filmore & Union – upmarket café and deli
  • Peperoncino – authentic Italian takeaway
  • Roundhay Park – 700 acres of parklands and tropical world

Upcoming events

  • Pilates Beginners – every Wednesday 7:30-8:30pm – Treetops Community Centre
  • Mustardstock music festival – 22 to 24 July – The Mustard Pot, Chapel Allerton
  • Summer Series – 22 July to 7 August – Millennium Square, Leeds
  • The Film House on the Square – 27 to 29 July – Millennium Square, Leeds
  • Fake Festival – 30 July – Roundhay Park
  • Leeds Pride – 7 August – Leeds city centre
  • Acoustic Night – 19 August – Headingley Arts Centre
  • The North Leeds Food Festival – 19 to 21 August – Roundhay Park
  • The Garden Party – 28 August – The Faversham, Leeds
  • Leeds West Indian Carnival – 29 August – Potternewton Park
  • Chapel Allerton Short Film Festival – 29 August – Seven Arts
  • Chapel Allerton Arts Festival – 29 August to 4 September – Chapel Allerton
  • Leeds International Beer Festival – 8 to 11 September – Leeds Town Hall
  • On Roundhay live concert – 17 September – Roundhay Park
  • St Gemma’s Vintage Fair – 17 to 18 September –St Gemma’s Hospice, Moortown

 

 

 

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Something Different this Spring Bank Holiday in Yorkshire

Something Different this Spring Bank Holiday in Yorkshire

Fancy doing something a bit different this bank holiday weekend? Well Yorkshire is host to some great events this weekend, especially music and food related!

Food

  • Leeds Feast – 28 and 29 May – Belgrave Music Hall: serving a range of the best street food in Leeds, including Honest Crust Pizza, The Cheese Truck, Caribbean Café and more
  • Great British Food Festival – 28-30 May – Harewood House, Leeds: showcasing the best food in the country, there will be something for everyone at this event, set within the beautiful Harewood House and gardens
  • Malton Food Lovers Festival – 28 and 29 May – Malton: the town’s biggest event of the year, where you’ll find the best local produce, and can enjoy music and drinks as well
  • Sheffield Food Festival – 28-30 May – Sheffield city centre: with all these food festivals you’re spoilt for choice, but if you live in South Yorkshire this one is a must visit

Music

  • Slam Dunk Festival – 28 May – Millennium Square, Leeds: a day of amazing music with 40 bands across 7 stages, with special headliners Panic! At The Disco
  • York Fake Festival – 28 May – The Knavesmire: Great tribute acts of all your favourite bands and artists including Queen, Kasabian and Red Hot Chili Peppers
  • Grand Northern Ukulele Festival – 27-29 May – Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield: A very different music festival, celebrating the best Ukulele players from all over the world
  • Karma Fest – 29 May – Eiger Studios, Leeds: Another unique music festival, brought to you by the psychedelia-loving music promoters who have brought loads of bands to the city

Other

  • Festival on the Moor – 27-30 May – Danby: A weekend celebrating all things folk, with music, dances, workshops and loads more fun activities
  • Environment Photography Exhibit –  all weekend 11-7pm – Roots & Fruits café, Leeds: A unique exhibition from Scarlett Carson showing different aspects of the environment, and enjoy the delicious food and Roots & Fruits while you’re there
  • Bradford Literature Festival – ends 29 May – Bradford: The festival ends this weekend with some great events focusing on Peter Rabbit, the Bronte’s, Jane Eyre, Harry Potter and many more interesting topics and writers
  • 12 Hour Open Mic Night – 30 May – Hyde Park Book Club: A unique open mic night lasting for 12 hours to raise money for Stand up to Cancer, with musical performances as well as poetry and comedians