Warrels Place , Bramley, Leeds

Property Overview:

  • Property Type: House
  • Contract Type: To Let
  • Location: Bramley
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Furnished: No
  • Available: Now
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Warrels Place , Bramley, Leeds

To Let


Comprising in brief, to the ground floor; entrance hallway and living room with ceiling cornice and dado and bespoke alcove shelving and to the lower ground floor, a stylish, recently refurbished dining kitchen with a range of grey fitted units. To the first floor is a generous master bedroom and bathroom with white suite, vanity unit and complementary tiling. To the second floor is a further double bedroom with dormer window. The area of Bramley Centre's on Bramley Town Street and the Bramley Shopping Centre that offer all the facilities required for daily living. Bramley is also well placed for the commuter with easy access from most areas of the postcode to the Leeds Outer Ring Road and Leeds City Centre. There are several local bus services and for rail users, Bramley Railway Station directly links to Leeds and Bradford City Centre?s. Bramley is a fast-changing suburb of Leeds that lies between Armley and Kirkstall. Historically, the original village has been one of the founding parts of the City of Leeds. Since then the area has rapidly expanded and is now a home for both families and professionals alike with plenty of properties to rent in Bramley. Like most of its neighbouring towns, Bramley has an industrial background and combines most of its 19th century architecture with 20th century additions, mainly created during the 1960s to replace outdated and dilapidated buildings. Bramley Shopping Centre became Leeds second built town center after the success of Seacroft, but this it created some concerns amongst locals as the aesthetics of Bramley faced a rapid change. As a result, buildings with the modern designs of suburban housing soon overtook those of the old more industrial cottages and there is now a wide selection of property to buy in Leeds. Bramley Shopping Centre, on Town Street is the dominant feature of Bramley's amenities with a wide range of shops and travel agencies, and banks. Leeds City Council are currently giving the shopping Centre a bit of a makeover, redeveloping the area to attract new operators to the area. There are a good number of shops within the Bramley Precinct on Town Street, as well as some great traditional pubs located between Bramley Rugby League Clubs Barley Mow and Rodley Hill. As well as this, Bramley Park, amongst other small parks in the area, offer useful open areas for outdoor recreation, and community events such as the Bramley fireworks display, which takes place most years and sees a large surge of local residents joining in the fun. A nice walking area is the Bramley underground reservoir ,at the highest point of the park, near to Bramley Fall Woods. Bramley Juniors Football Club was established 1994 and runs with open-age teams. The club developed from one under-9s club in 1994. Bramley Rugby League club is the Bramley Buffaloes, and the Rugby Union club, the Bramley Phoenix Rugby Union Club

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