BELIEVED TO BE ORIGINALLY CALLED 'STRAY HOUSE'. Churchills are delighted to offer this 3 bedroom end terrace home set in this highly sought after location close to York city centre, the railway station and the outer ring road with the A64 and A59 beyond. As one would expect of a property in this ... Read more
BELIEVED TO BE ORIGINALLY CALLED 'STRAY HOUSE'. Churchills are delighted to offer this 3 bedroom end terrace home set in this highly sought after location close to York city centre, the railway station and the outer ring road with the A64 and A59 beyond. As one would expect of a property in this era, the home is full of many features including original sash windows, attractive coving, ceiling roses, feature fireplaces, original pine doors and some stripped floors, all adding to the charm of this family home. The spacious property has been well loved by its current owners and offers light and spacious accommodation throughout. Comprising welcoming entrance hall, lounge, dining room, well fitted kitchen with REYBURN and utility room, staircase to the first floor with 3 good size bedrooms (1 with shower), family bathroom and dressing room. Outside is well stocked pretty gardens plus the added benefit of off street parking. AN EARLY VIEWING IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED!
Welcoming Entrance Hall Attractive ceiling coving, doors leading to;
Lounge 15' 11" x 13' 4" (4.85m x 4.06m) Feature fireplace with log burner set in wood surround and tiled hearth, sash window to front with attractive wood surround, further sash window to side, stripped pine door, attractive ceiling coving, decorative ceiling rose, picture rail, two radiators.
Dining Room 16' 1" x 12' 3" (4.90m x 3.73m) Brick built feature fireplace with gas fire, sash window to side, further sash window to rear, original built in storage cupboard and drawers, attractive ceiling coving, dado rail, radiator. Step down to;
Kitchen 14' 4" x 8' 2" (4.37m x 2.49m) Fitted kitchen with a range of matching base and wall mounted units incorporating complimentary roll top work surfaces, brick feature providing shelving, Belfast sink with tiled splash backs, green REYBURN, sash window to side and two veulx windows to ceiling. Quarry tiled floor. Stable door to outside.
Inner Lobby Shelving providing useful storage. Walk through pantry/larder.
Utility Room Belfast sink, plumbing for automatic washing machine, velux to ceiling. Tiled floor. The high ceilings and period details continue to the first floor.
First Floor Landing Imposing staircase with timber spindled bannister leads to the landing with sash window to side and coving to ceiling. Doors leading to;
Bedroom 1 14' 2" x 13' 4" (4.32m x 4.06m) Sash windows to front and side, attractive feature fireplace, built in original cupboard providing useful storage, ceiling coving, radiator. Stripped floor.
Bedroom 2 14' 11" x 12' 3" (4.55m x 3.73m) Sash window to rear, attractive feature fireplace, built in cupboard providing useful storage, ceiling coving, radiator. Stripped floor. Walk-in shower.
Second Floor Landing Sash window to side, ceiling coving, loft access. Doors leading to;
Bedroom 3 14' 8" max x 13' 5" (4.47m x 4.09m) Velux window to rear, attractive feature fireplace, radiator.
Family Bathroom 12' 5" x 7' 3" (3.78m x 2.21m) Bath with mixer tap over, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, bidet, sash window to side and velux window to rear. Stripped floor.
Dressing Area 11' 5" x 7' 3" (3.48m x 2.21m) Cast iron fireplace, velux window to rear. Stripped floor.
Outside There are delightful gardens to the front, side and rear which are well planted with shrubs, plants and fruit trees, brick out building providing useful storage and a timber shed. There is also the benefit of off street parking.
Note The Strays of York are a collective name for four areas of land within the city of York. Their individual names are Bootham Stray, Micklegate Stray (which includes the Knavesmire and Hob Moor), Monk Stray and Walmgate Stray. Parts of Wigginton Road come under the Bootham Stray which means narrow strips of land which have either been built over or are used for the front gardens of the house, and as such there is a peppercorn rent payable annually.