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STUNNING REFURB OF A GRADE II LISTED BUILDING
Kirkstall Design Centre has been refurbished from a Grade II-listed stone building in a popular student area in Leeds and just a short walk from Headingley train station. These one and two bedroom studio apartments are in high demand and have been 100% occupied for the last 2 years, making for a unique student investment opportunity.
The development offers 27 luxury apartments including 2 bedroom, 1 bedroom and self-contained studios of which there are a limited number of deluxe mezzanine studios.
All apartments have been designed to maximise space and are fitted out to an excellent specification. The interiors represent the latest in design and functionality. Kirkstall Design Centre is the latest scheme to be introduced by experienced local developers Priestley Homes who specialise in the conversion of historic buildings.
The region offers access to eight world-class universities with the main three alone contributing to over 52,000 students. However, the universities in Leeds can only supply accommodation for just 24% of students, making this the perfect opportunity to service those students who are looking for high quality contemporary accommodation.
Situated only 2.5 miles from the city centre, Kirkstall Design Centre is within easy access of the main university campuses as well as the theatre, museum and gallery quarters and all major retail and nightlife.
In nearby Headingley – which is home to a large majority of the student population – an abundance of restaurants and bars can be found plus the Arndale shopping centre, cinema and popular sports venues including the Yorkshire County Cricket club. Other nearby amenities include Kirkstall Valley Retail Park, Morrisons Supermarket, Halfords, Kirkstall Leisure Centre and Gotts Park golf course.
There is a bus stop adjacent to the development, with services to the city centre leaving every 20 minutes. National rail links are established in nearby Headingley Station, which is a walk away at 0.5 miles and serves the centre every 30 minutes.