Inside the most expensive property for sale in Leeds with swimming pool, massage showers and handmade Italian kitchen

Priced at £4,250,000 – this is the most expensive property in Leeds that’s gone on the market this year.

Located in Barwick-in-Elmet in East Leeds, this home is estimated to be just twelve minutes from the city centre.

This seven bedroom, eight bathroom town house has some seriously exciting features for the new owners to play around with.

Renovated from a traditional 17th century home, the listing is ‘regarded as one of the finest examples of Queen Anne architecture in the area’. Spanning across 7063 square feet over four floors, this truly is fine country living.

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The basement serves as a wine vault whilst the ground floor hosts impressive reception hall with grand staircase; principal reception rooms and even has with Rako controlled viewing glass so you can see the wine vault below.

The kitchen on this floor has been recently with new features handmade in Italy with Dekton Island.

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Upstairs you’ll find the master suite. Described as ‘jaw dropping’ on the listing, the suite is complete with an expansive dressing room and Italian fittings in the ensuite. The floor also houses a second laundry room, three more bedrooms, two with en-suites and the family bathroom.

Finally the top floor offers a workspace with three additional bedrooms with Marmarino polished plaster feature walls, en-suites and dressing rooms.

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The leisure wing was created six years ago and boasts a 10 swimming pool (complete with counter-flow for training); a gym and luxury spa room with steam feature, there’s six massage showers over the seated areas with Sonos sound systems and underfloor heating.

Overall, there’s 27 Sonos zones to blast music throughout the property, as well as Rako lighting systems and seven different access points for superfast broadband throughout.

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The gardens offer sanctuary and privacy with a new driveway leading from the electric gate, courtyard and extensive patio; well kept striped lawns, landscaped borders, outdoor gym and mature trees.

The Old Refectory is looking for offers over £4,250,000 and according to Rightmove is the most expensive home on the market in the city at present that’s been listed in 2023. The only property more expensive than this is the £6,500,000 listing on Scarcroft Lane in Thorner, which has been on the market for over 12 months.

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Now this home certainly won’t be in many people’s budgets, given it’s the most expensive property in the city, but it certainly does make a great nosey around.

You can view the full listing on Rightmove here.

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