A beautifully presented 3 double bedroom period house which has been extensively modernised to offer the best contemporary features yet in a style in keeping with its original character.
The ground floor entrance lobby leads into the family room which has been opened up to the hallway to create a spacious reception room with double glazed bay window to the front. There is a gas flame fire in the chimney breast with marble composite inner surround and hearth with a white painted outer surround, corniced ceiling and recessed downlighters. The second reception room at the rear, currently used as the lounge, is open to the kitchen/dining room and has French doors onto the rear courtyard garden. A wonderful wood burning stove is set within the Inglenook fireplace in the chimney breast with wooden mantle and there is a solid wood floor and corniced ceiling.
The kitchen/dining room extends out to the rear with an area at each end with space for a table and chairs, large format tiled floor and French doors opening onto the rear courtyard garden. The kitchen is fitted with a range of bespoke hand crafted wall and base units painted sage green with solid wood worktops, double Belfast sink, integrated dishwasher, tumble drier and washing machine and spaces for a range cooker and American style fridge freezer.
The first floor has 3 double bedrooms including a superb sized master bedroom with a feature fireplace and recessed ceiling spotlights. All bedrooms have corniced ceilings and the bathroom/WC has a white three piece suite with Lefroy Brooks shower over the bath, tiled floor and part Travertine Limestone tiled walls.
The property has gas central heating, double glazing and an Energy Performance rating of E.
Outside the front garden is gravelled with space for pots and is enclosed with a low brick wall with railings over. The walled rear courtyard garden is flagged with Indian stone and because it faces south west will enjoy the best of the afternoon and evening sun in the summer.
Heworth is a popular area of York ideal for those looking to be reasonable walking distance of the City centre 0.7 miles to the south west. There are some handy local shops nearby and a frequent bus service along East Parade. The shopping complex at Monks Cross is within 2 miles to the north and the York outer ring road is within 2.5 miles to the north (A1237) and east (A64).
Council Tax Band
Band C. 2012/2013 approximately £1253.74.
From the Inner Ring Road at the Foss Islands traffic lights, follow Layerthorpe in a north easterly direction and go straight over the mini roundabout onto East Parade. First Avenue is then the third turning on the right.
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