A cosmopolitan and highly sought after district of Leeds, Roundhay is ideally located just over 3 miles from the city centre. With stunning Victorian architecture and an excellent selection of bars, restaurants, pubs and independent shops, it is clear to see why Roundhay is such a popular place to live.
Roundhay is built around historic Roundhay Park, a former hunting enclosure and seat of the 11th century De Lacy family estate. The park covers over 700 acres of rolling parkland, lakes, woodlands, formal gardens and contains several cafes, two playgrounds, the popular visitor attraction Tropical World and much more.
A range of amenities can be found close by the development on bustling Street Lane, including a Coop, a Sainsbury's Local, a Starbucks, a post office, a butchers and a range of high-end shops. There are also a number of eateries including the famous Flying Pizza restaurant. There is a Tesco supermarket in nearby Oakwood, which can be reached easily by car or bus.
A short distance from Leeds itself, the development is well-placed to allow easy access to this hub of culture and contemporary living. Leeds offers an array of shopping opportunities, fine dining experiences and events and exhibitions encompassing the arts. There are regular bus services from Roundhay into Leeds city centre and Harrogate. From Leeds train station there are services all around the country including London, Edinburgh, York and Newcastle.