FLAGSHIP DEVELOPMENT UNVEILED IN HEART OF OAKWOOD AS HISTORIC BUILDING CONVERTED INTO FLATS

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Transformation... (from left) developer Robert Dyson with Nick Barrow and Guy Roberts from the Oakwood branch of letting agents Linley & Simpson.

EMPTY office space has been transformed into eight flagship apartments as a Leeds' suburb continues to grow in popularity as a place to live and work.

The new development in the heart of Oakwood now forms a modern centrepiece to the 132-year-old parade of shops and restaurants on Roundhay Road nestling beside the area’s famous 'clock'.

EMPTY office space has been transformed into eight flagship apartments as a Leeds' suburb continues to grow in popularity as a place to live and work.

Transformation... (from left) developer Robert Dyson with Nick Barrow and Guy Roberts from the Oakwood branch of letting agents Linley & Simpson.

EMPTY office space has been transformed into eight flagship apartments as a Leeds' suburb continues to grow in popularity as a place to live and work.

The new development in the heart of Oakwood now forms a modern centrepiece to the 132-year-old parade of shops and restaurants on Roundhay Road nestling beside the area’s famous 'clock'.

"The development adds a striking new dimension to Oakwood," said Nick Barrow, manager of the Roundhay branch of the appointed letting agents Linley & Simpson. "It is a perfect example of how redundant office or commercial space – dating back to Victorian times - can be converted into modern living space of the highest calibre.

"With the help of some of the leisure facilities on its doorstep – not least the 700 acres of Roundhay Park – Oakwood continues to act as a magnet for the growing number of people looking to rent homes in Leeds.

"A lot of work continues to take place to breathe new life into Oakwood, such as the creation of a new car parking area, and these new apartments contribute to the process, adding visual appeal."

Called Park Gate to commemorate the building's close association with the adjacent Roundhay Park, and the proximity of the former lodge which stood at its entrance, the development boasts six two-bed apartments, and two one-bed apartments.

Each comes with up to two allocated parking spaces, a video entry system, security alarms, and a raised communal decking area to the rear of the property. The development is well-served by public transport – including a bus service just outside the building – two supermarkets, and a wide range of local shops.

Monthly rents range from £550 to £695 and the unfurnished flats come complete with white goods supplied in the kitchen.


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