A former bank on The Headrow has gone up for sale – and it’s the most expensive property for sale in Leeds

It’s currently the most expensive property in Leeds City Centre.

A cool £5 million.

That’s how much it’ll set you back to own a property on one of Leeds’ most recognisable streets.

Located on the edge of The Headrow and Vicar Lane in Leeds City Centre, ‘The Blomfield’, former site of Lloyds bank, is where ‘history meets contemporary’ and is now offering a unique investment.

The former bank site has been painstakingly transformed into 17 luxury apartments, all whilst keeping the original character features.

Each apartment is reported to ‘offer all of the requirements for modern day living to include fitted kitchens with integrated ‘Bosche’ appliances and white bathrooms/shower rooms with stylish tiling, electric underfloor heating and towel rail’, plus a cycle store and outdoor seating area for residents.

Image: Manning Station via Rightmove

The transformation pays homage to its original designer and now namesake, Sir Reginald Blomfield, who developed many of the buildings on The Headrow in the early twentieth century, as well as playing a crucial role in the development of Regent Street in London.

The property is due to be completed in Q4 2023 and is currently on the market with The Agency for a cool £5,000,000.

This rare opportunity to purchase a significant piece of Leeds heritage comes with a freehold investment with ‘styling will be fitting for a building this iconic. The building itself reflects the same level of sophistication as its surroundings, featuring elegant architecture, high quality finishes and amenities. The Blomfield offers a unique lifestyle experience, combining the allure of fashion, fine dining and cultural vibrancy and a more exclusive living environment.’

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You can find the property at: 2 The Headrow Leeds LS1 5RG and view the full Rightmove listing here.

Feature Image – Manning Station via Rightmove

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