Looking for an incredible new apartment? These flats are so good, they’ll be gone in a flash…
Leeds is packed with incredible places to live, but these are so good they’ll be snatched up in no time. From a Georgian mansion to a Grade II-listed loft, we’ve rounded up the best apartments the city has to offer. They may not be the cheapest flats in the city, but we think you’ll agree they’re worth the extra pennies…
Nestled beside the river at Brewery Wharf, this two-bed penthouse apartment has it all. You can sit out on the huge rooftop terrace with faux grass and timber decking while you enjoy the views over the water, the city and even the spires of nearby Leeds Minster. This flat is almost worth the price for the views alone, but there’s also tons of space inside, with the enormous main bedroom housing a king-size bed and a mosaic-tiled en-suite. Elsewhere, the apartment has bags of character, with an open-plan living space, eclectic decor and even a grandfather clock. Did we mention the underground parking space? And it could all be yours for £1,695 a month.
Regents Quay, Brewery Wharf, Bowman Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS10 1HG. See the listing here.
An unbeatable mix of classic and modern, Simpsons Fold is a Grade II-listed warehouse conversion, and this three-bed, two bathroom loft apartment is the pick of the bunch. Packed with period features, there’s twelve-foot high ceilings, original roof beams and exposed brickwork, not to mention the enormous windows and metalwork, which give it plenty of light. There’s even an allocated parking space with it, which helps to justify the £1,800 a month price tag.
12 Simpsons Fold, 20 Dock Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS10 1JF. See the listing here.
K2 is one of the city’s most sought-after apartment blocks and this towering penthouse suite is the jewel in its crown. It costs a small fortune at £2,200 a month, but when you’re gazing out over the city from the wraparound glass balconies on the upper and lower floor, it’s worth every penny. Inside, the swish internal balconies and walkways overlook the living space below in a statement architectural design that’s guaranteed to impress. With floor to ceiling windows on all sides, an open-plan living area, high ceilings and an all-white decor that floods the whole flat with light, it’s undoubtedly impressive. Add two huge bedrooms with ensuite wet rooms and secure parking for two, and you’ll want to snap it up right now.
K2, Albion Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS2 8ER. See the listing here.
Denison Hall isn’t like any other duplex in Leeds. Why? Well, for starters it’s not just an apartment building, it’s a Grade II-listed building from the Georgian era. Dating back to the late 18th century, this palatial mansion just west of Leeds city centre sits within its very own gated grounds. For just £1,295 a month, you’ll get your own entrance hall, with a spiral staircase leading to two spacious bedrooms overlooking the Hall’s landscaped south-facing gardens. The whole apartment feels even bigger than it already is too, thanks to cavernous sash windows, high ceilings and an open plan kitchen and living room. So when it comes to luxurious living in Leeds, this historic apartment is one of the best around.
Denison Hall, Hanover Square, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS3 1BW.
It doesn’t get any more central than Park Row, so this contemporary two-bed furnished flat is sure to be snapped up quick. Spread over 1,200 square foot, it’s as open plan as they come, with a spacious hard-wood-floored lounge, five feature windows, a recessed granite-topped kitchen and a raised study area all in the same space. The rest of the flat is equally luxurious, with feature lighting, a large wet room and a master bedroom terrace with views over the city. If you want to live like a king, it’ll set you back £1,700 a month.
Park House, 8 Park Row, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 5HD. See the listing here.
For anyone that loves flats with character, Roberts Wharf is a dream come true. Just across the water from Clarence Dock and the Royal Armouries, this two bed, two bathroom apartment has the best views of the River Aire from its south-facing balcony, along with exposed brickwork, floor to ceiling windows, original pipework and hardwood floors in the lounge. It comes unfurnished, so you can put your own stamp on it, plus it’s only a five-minute walk into Leeds city centre and all the shops you could want. Interested? This little beauty will set you back £895 a month.
Roberts Wharf, Neptune Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS9 8DX.
If you’re after a cool city centre pad, The Calls is home to a brand new loft apartment, converted to keep as much of the original charm as possible, along with all mod cons. There’s oodles of exposed brickwork, beautiful arched windows and crisp white walls that give it a modern edge. That’s not all, it also comes furnished with a new kitchen suite, reclaimed hardwood tables and veneered flooring for a stripped back chic look. What’s more, it’s only a couple of minutes walk up from The Calls to the city centre, so you couldn’t be better placed. If you’re keen, this pad will cost you £1,400 a month.
53 The Calls, The Calls, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS2 7EY.
Property listings correct as of Thursday 4th October 2018.