Grove Villas, a brand new development which is set within two Edwardian Villas in the heart of Headingley, have been launched and are now available for rent with Morgans. Set within Headingley’s Conservation Area and on the site of the former entrance to the 19th Century Leeds Zoological and Botanical Gardens, Grove Villas have now been transformed into individual homes, all with high quality interiors, allocated parking and the very latest kitchen and bathroom styles.
We thought you would appreciate knowing a little more about the area; what’s nearby and what are some of our favourite local hotspots…
Of course, there are amenities surrounding the development, with bars, restaurants and cafes on and nearby Cardigan Road.
You’ve got the Greasey Pig Eatery… a dream come true. A place where you can order breakfast all day, every day. Perfect.
(Photo: Greasey Pig Eatery)
The little Victoria Corner Cafe… which serves high quality food at affordable prices. Enjoy breakfast, burgers, smoothies and more.
Grove Cafe is a little pizza takeaway not too far away. Traditional, yet creative.
(Photo: Grove Cafe)
Yorkshire’s favourite… fish and chips. Served at Cardigan Fish Bar. The perfect place for a weekend treat.
A few minutes walk away is the well known Arc bar, a place of fun, entertainment, drinks and food- a great place to spend your weekend.
And a little further is The Cat’s Pyjamas – one of our favourites. It brings the best of Indian street food to the heart of Headingley.
(Photo: Eat Leeds)
If you’re wanting to nip into Leeds City Centre, Burley Park Station is close by with a train running every half an hour!
And we can’t go without mentioning the Emerald Headingley Stadium – a place which is home to rugby league team Leeds Rhinos, rugby union side Yorkshire Carnegie, The Yorkshire County Cricket Club and is also a permanent base for Leeds Beckett’s Carnegie Campus.
(Photo: Yorkshire Carnegie)