LETS LIVE LEEDS PRESENTS: BENSON GARDENS Beautifully presented three-bedroom semi-detached family home situated within this popular residential location. Ideal for commuting to Leeds and Bradford City Centers, Ring Road and Motorway Networks. Good local primary and secondary schools, local shops, and bus routes nearby. Having both gas central heating and double glazing throughout, the ground floor accommodation comprises; entrance hallway, downstairs WC with wash hand basin and staircase to the first floor. The spacious lounge has tasteful decor and a window to the front elevation. The modern kitchen/diner has a good range of wall and base units, induction hob with electric oven and extractor over, integrated fridge freezer, built in dishwasher, utility cupboard with plumbing for a washing machine, ample space for a dining table and French doors providing access to the rear garden. To the first-floor landing area is access to the recently boarded loft space which has a fitted sky light. The master bedroom has ample space for free standing wardrobes, a door providing access to the family bathroom and a window to the front elevation. There is a second double bedroom and a third single bedroom, which is currently being used as a walk-in dressing room, both have space for free standing storage. The family bathroom has a four-piece suite comprising, bath, shower cubicle, low flush WC wash hand basin and tiled walls. To the front of the property is a low maintenance garden with driveway providing off street parking for multiple cars. To the rear of the property is an enclosed lawned garden with a decking area. Wortley is an inner city area of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It begins one mile to the west of the city Centre. The appropriate City of Leeds ward is called Farnley and Wortley. Wortley is largely a residential area, with a high population density. Although it is close to Leeds city centre and Armley Town Street (which offers a broader range of amenities than Wortley), there are still many parades of smaller local shops. There are three main parks: Wortley Recreation Ground, Cliffe Park and Western Flatts Park Wortley Recreation Ground is closest to the city centre, and offers surprisingly good views of surrounding areas, including the city centre. Often also referred to as New Worley Recreation Ground, it includes a children's playground, a skateboard park, three bowling greens and several pitches are marked out for football and rugby. The bowling greens and club building were a major filming location for the four-part Yorkshire Television comedy drama the Beiderbecke Connection, broadcast in 1988. Other brief scenes were filmed in the locality, including on Colmore Grove and Highfield Avenue. Cliffe Park and Western Flatts Park form one large park, though they were once the grounds of separate mansions ? Cliffe House and Western Flatts House. The latter was demolished a long time ago, but in the 1930s the former was handed over to the then Leeds Education Committee and turned into a residential school for 'difficult' boys, though now it has been lying derelict for many years.
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