Grade Two building set to be converted into apartments and houses
A Grade Two listed building in Headingley is to be converted into town houses and apartments.
Spenfield House will be converted into seven high quality apartments and seven new build town houses in the grounds of the walled garden. Evora Construction has been appointed by Round Strategies to complete the works.
The building was erected between 1875 and 1877 for the Banker James Walter Oxley, designed by the renowned Scottish Architect George Corson, who later settled in Leeds. Corson also designed many other landmark building... For the full story register now for free or login below...