Property Profile Waterman's Place, Granary Wharf, Leeds
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Property Profile: Waterman's Place, Granary Wharf, Leeds
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Price: £580 per calendar month
Where: Waterman’s Place, Granary Wharf
What’s included: Positioned in the heart of Leeds, this waterside development is perfect for city dwellers. The building is located near the train station making it a hot spot for commuters.
As well as waterside views from all of its 122 apartments, Waterman’s Place in Granary Wharf is also home to large rooftop gardens and a private residents’ terrace – a great community feature among busy city life and a taste of nature in the centre of Leeds.
What sets Waterman’s Place apart from other buildings is its unique ‘stepped’ design, which is a world away from a concrete tower block. As an area full of history and old buildings, it is ironically one of the city’s most stylish neighbourhoods.
What’s on offer here is a fully furnished one-bedroom apartment that includes a kitchen fitted with all the mod cons: dishwasher, microwave, fridge freezer and high gloss units. Waterman’s Place’s space and storage allowance will make you think you live in the spacious suburbs, just with the added extra of great view of the majestic city skyline.
If that’s not enough for you, a fully tiled large shower room and a good sized copper balcony are also included, with a view of the dock and the canal. The apartment is also fitted with a video entry system and a beautifully decorated feature wall.
Granary Wharf is split into Waterman’s Place, Candle House and the Mint Hotel. The hotel is home to the city’s Sky Lounge, great for bar bites or cocktails. Located on the 13th floor of the building with 360 degree panoramic views, Sky Lounge offers an extraordinary dining experience.
One-bed, two-bed and three-bed apartments are also available.
Eat and Drink: Only a short distance away from independent juice bar Out of the Woods, serving; smoothies, juices, soups, sandwiches and breakfast. Also at Granary Wharf you have some great food and drink available, including real ale and music pub The Hop and Fazenda for a real South American meat feast.. For those who don’t mind venturing a little further into the city centre, there are also all the usual suspects – the fantastic bars, clubs and restaurants that make Leeds a dynamic city to live. What more could you want?
Posted on Wednesday 14th December 2011
13, Bridge End, Leeds, LS1 7HG
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