Ultimate Guide to Chapel Allerton

Ultimate Guide to Chapel Allerton

Chapel Allerton is the most sought after suburb in Leeds due to its friendly community, village-like feel and amazing array of shops, restaurants and bars, whilst only being a 10 minute journey to Leeds city centre!

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Where to live?

Space Property currently has a stunning ground floor, two bedroom apartment on the prestigious Mansion Gate Mews development in the heart of Chapel Allerton. This spacious apartment has a large separate lounge area, fitted with laminate flooring making for easy cleaning, and features a large window creating a bright, open living space. Separate from the lounge is a stylish kitchen/dining area, fitted with white high gloss units and complete with oven/hob and extractor fan, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer. The dining area offers space for a table and chairs to enjoy sit down meals,and features a set of French doors opening out onto a beautiful shared patio area.

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The apartment comprises of two bedrooms, both fitted with carpet and generously sized, offering plenty of room for storage. The master bedroom additionally benefits from an ensuite bathroom with shower. The main house bathroom features sleek black tiles, and is fitted with a white three-piece suite including shower over bath, as well as mirror over the sink and towel rail. The main living area are fitted with laminate floors, whilst carpets give the bedroom and hall a cosy feel. The apartment also offers parking within communal grounds, secure video entry system, security alarm and boiler room in hallway.

What’s there?

The Mansion Gate Mews development is located a short walk from Chapel Allerton’s high street, and is just a 10 minute journey from Leeds city centre, providing the best of both city and suburban life. Whilst being a suburb, Chapel Allerton is often described as an ‘urban village’ with a friendly community feel, offering unique shops, beautiful parks, excellent restaurants and vibrant bars. The apartment is close to regular bus routes, just over two miles from Burley Park and Leeds train stations, and opposite the Chapel Allerton Hospital. Situated just a few minutes walk away are Potternewton Park, a Lidl and Tesco Express, and the So Pilates centre. Chapel Allerton is also bordered by other great suburbs including Roundhay, Headingley and Meanwood.

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Where to go?

  • Chapel Allerton Park and Potternewton Park
  • Inkwell Arts and Seven Arts centres
  • Scott Hall Leisure Centre and Chapel Allerton Tennis, Squash & Gym
  • Edinburgh Bicycle Co-Op
  • Gledhow Valley Woods, Lake and Allotments
  • So Pilates and Yoga Kula
  • Cutting Room Creative, Cold Baths and Lucy Craske Health & Beauty Salon
  • Independent shops: Armadillo Toys, Chirpy, Angels and Angels Too, Simply Cakes, Casablanca, George & Joseph Cheesemongers, The Pink Banana, The Perfumed Garden
  • Bars/pubs: The Mustard Pot, Further North, Kith & Kin, The Regent, The Nags Head, The Woods, Veuve Bar De Champagne, The Pit, Zed Bar
  • Restaurants: El Bareto, Sukothai, Pinche Pinche, Siam Oriental, Aagrah, Sami’s, The Mad Greek, Olive Tree, Arti’s, Casa Mia
  • Cafes/delis: Cup and Saucer by Opposite, Nichols Vegetarian Deli, Crust & Crumb, The Sunshine Bakery, Wrap and Roll, House of Koko

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What to do?

 

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Suburban & City Living in Chapel Allerton, Leeds

Suburban & City Living in Chapel Allerton, Leeds

This contemporary two-bedroom apartment, located in the up and coming suburb Chapel Allerton, boasts a bright open-plan layout and fully equipped kitchen. Close to the local shopping centre and just 10 minutes from Leeds city centre, this apartment gives you the best of both city and suburban lifestyles.

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The open-plan layout of this modern, first floor apartment creates a bright and spacious living area, accentuated by the large windows that let light flood in. The kitchen area is well equipped with all the integrated mod cons you need including a tall fridge/freezer, washer/dryer and stainless steel oven with hob.

The bedrooms are just as bright and spacious as the rest of the property, are fully carpeted to create a cosy space, and offer great storage opportunities. The modern three-piece bathroom suite features an over-the-bath shower to meet all your needs. The property has gas central heating, a secure entry system and parking within communal grounds. This lovely little apartment has everything you need, and is situated in the perfect location…

Location

The “urban village” of Chapel Allerton is the place to be in Leeds right now. The vibrant inner suburb has its own mini town with grocery shops, plenty of pubs, bars, takeaways and lovely restaurants, banks, independent shops, a library, and even two art galleries for those seeking a bit of culture. The property is also close to Potternewton Park, and not too far away from the well known Roundhay Park.

Whilst you have all this within walking distance, the appeal of this suburb is its close distance to Leeds city centre and all it has to offer. You have the new Trinity centre and plenty of other shops down Briggate and along the Headrow, a multitude of quirky bars and eateries, cinemas, museums, art galleries, a buzzing nightlife; the list is endless!

This apartment’s great location means you can enjoy the relaxed and peaceful suburb, as well as explore the exciting city life of Leeds- you are spoilt for choice. Leeds city centre is easily reachable via regular bus services that go right past the apartment development.

Places to eat & drink

Where to start! To eat during the day, Crust & Crumb and Sunshine Bakery will become your go to locations, whilst Seven, and independent arts space, café and bar, offers something a little different and even puts on regular exhibitions, films, theatre and comedy.

The restaurant scene offers cuisines for every taste; Sukothai serves the best Thai food in Leeds, for Mexican head to Pinche Pinche or El Bareto, Chapel A foodand Arti or Aagrah serve tasty Indian cuisines. If you’re more of a pizza/pasta person, Casa Mia is your go to, then for Mediterranean food try The Olive Tree, and North African cuisine in Sami’s.

The best bars in the area include Zed Bar, The Manor and The Hub, as well as Further North; the smaller, cheekier version of Leeds’ North Bar. If you prefer a good local pub then The Mustard Pot, The Regent and The Bay Horse Inn are all classically British pubs.

And when you head to Leeds city centre you are absolutely spoilt for choice with places to eat and drink. A few of many places to eat include: Shears Yard, Roots and Fruits, Filmore and Union, Café Moor, Fuji Hiro and The Foundry– you and your taste buds will have a great time discovering the culinary delights of Leeds. And to drink: Roland’s, The Social, Bilbao Bar, Smokestack, The Living Room, Friends of Ham, The Brewery Tap and Brew Dog. Check out leeds-list.com for everything you need to know!

Shopping

Chapel Allerton shopping provides a handy alternative to Leeds, and specializes in unique, independent shops. Casablanca, Chirpy, Angels and The Pink Banana stock a range of unusual, quirky items and great gift ideas. Chapel Allerton caters for all your shopping needs with fashion boutiques, butchers, a florist, a hardware shop, an interior design shop, cake shop, bookshops and jewelers, alongside high street supermarkets and bakeries.

If you’re looking for a wider range and big name brands, just travel the ten minutes to Leeds city centre for a plethora of high street namesTrinity, designer brands and independent stores, with Trinity shopping centre along the main high street, and White Rose on the outskirts of the centre. Leeds is also a lovely city to wander round, with beautiful architecture and plenty of delicious places for a quick lunch or snack.

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