St John’s Church is located in Roundhay a suburban area of North Leeds, some 4 miles from Leeds City Centre; off the A58.
The premises occupy a prominent position adjacent to Roundhay Park which comprises some 700 acres, one of the biggest city parks in Europe.
The amenities and shopping area of Oakwood is approximately 1 mile away.
The location is well served by public transport.
The Grade II Listed Building was built by the Nicholson family and is constructed of coursed stone having a pitched slate roof. It was founded in 1826.
There is a driveway leading to the Church through the grounds from a gateway off Wetherby Road (A58). There are burial grounds both to the north and south of the Church.
The Church is divided into various parts as below.
Entry Number – 1255702
Date first listed – 26 September 1963 Grade-2
Anglican Church 1824-26, chancel enlarged 1885. By Thomas Taylor. Gothic Revival style. Ashlar, slate roofs. Small church with large plain lancets and 3-stage tower with stone broach spire with lucarnes. Moulded parapet and flat buttresses. Comprising: nave and aisles in one, chancel, trancepts, south porch, west tower.
We are informed that all mains facilities are available.
The premises and grounds are held freehold.
Offers are invited for the freehold interest of these premises in their present condition.
Any figures that may be quoted will be chargeable exclusive of VAT at the prevailing rate.
Each party will be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in the sale.
GRADE II LISTED CHURCH AND BURIAL GROUND