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Rawdon House will be transformed into 66 exciting one and two-bed apartments.
Formerly used as luxury office spaces for impressive business headquarters, it is located in the town of Yeadon, within the metropolitan borough of the City of Leeds.
These exciting new residential units will meet the demand for modern living spaces, perfect for the professional market and first-time buyers.
Conveniently located just 8 miles to the north-west of Leeds and 6 miles to the north-east of Bradford, the A65 Leeds – Otley Road and A658 Harrogate – Bradford Road are in close proximity. Leeds Bradford Airport lies immediately to the east.
Yeadon has been most well known for producing wartime planes, whilst a large percentage of the local population are now employed by Leeds Bradford Airport. Established business headquarters such as Jet2 and the Dart Group take permanent residence on site.
There are increasing employment opportunities for the residents of Yeadon, with direct buses to and from Leeds City Centre and the nearest railway station, Guiseley, just 1 mile to the north-west: providing access to the mainline between Leeds and Ilkley.
Regenerations schemes active in the area have made the town a more attractive environment for both local shoppers and visitors. The high street, which was once regularly congested with traffic is now a vibrant, pedestrian-friendly shopping area.
The kitchen spaces are designed to be light and open with our trademark touches including quality high gloss kitchen including base units, soft close doors and complementary laminate work surfaces.
Rawdon house is surrounded by a number of restaurants, shops and things to do. Residents and visitors alike can enjoy a real taste of history, with the oldest fish and chip shop in the world less than a mile away.
The town hall is also centrally located, which hosts a range of theatre shows, music concerts and other exciting events.
Yeadon Tarnfield Park is a popular spot for walking, sailing and fishing – attracting mallard ducks, swans and Canadian geese.
Opposite the tarn boasts a playground and BMX bike track which is popular with families.
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