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Roundhay's name comes from a mix of Old French and Old English; "Rond" being the French for "Round" and "(ge)hæg" meaning "enclosure " in Old English. Essentially naming the round hunting enclosure / deer park. There are still remnants of this today with Roundhay Park, which is Europe's second largest city park and a great day out for families, walkers and joggers alike.
Because of Roundhay's heady Victorian past, it is filled with beautiful large Victorian Houses. Making it a very sought after place to live. This is reflected in the average property prices around the Roundhay Area which are typically 45% higher than the average for Yorkshire and the Humber. The majority of houses in Roundhay and Oakwood are Semi Detached.
Our Roundhay and Oakwood branch is located on Roundhay Road, pop in for a brew and a chat about all your property needs. Let us help you find your dream home, sell your house, get a mortgage or even help you source buy-to-let properties. We do lettings too! Talk to us about our landlord services including property maintenance, property management or sourcing the right tenant. We also have a range of services to help local property developers.
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Preston Baker were asked to sell the property I am renting, throughout the whole process they have been friendly, professional and caring during what has been a very stressful time. I have also been looking for a new family home to buy and Lisa, Amelia and Gareth have been really great at helping us find a new place to call home. Having dealt with many estate agents recently I feel that Preston Baker have gone above and beyond in looking after our needs.V Dolan
Articles about Roundhay
Three top awards for Legal & General Modular Homes!
The awards are the most highly recognised in the house building industry
Yorkshire has biggest house price growth in England for second quarter in row
Prices in the three months up to September were up 12.3% year-on-year