Posted on Wednesday, March 13, 2019
An impressive Victorian period property overlooking Harrogate’s famous Stray is up for sale.
Number 36 York Place retains many beautiful original features including period fireplaces and deep moulded cornicing.
This is one of only a few landmark Victorian villas fronting the southern edge of the original limits of the town following development between the villages of Low Harrogate and High Harrogate during the 19thCentury.
The six bedroom property forms part of a substantial and imposing detached residence prominently located on the eastern stretch of York Place between South Park Road and Christ Church and is on the market for £795,000.
The accommodation extends to approximately 423 square metres (4,557 sq ft) with private entrances to the front and rear, a generous sized walled, lawned garden and garaging for two vehicles. It is arranged over three floors with full height storage to the lower ground floor including a wine cellar, cold store and workshop.
There are far reaching views across the famous 200-acre Stray towards St Aidan’s School, the property is within a short walk from Harrogate’s shops, bars and restaurants and within easy reach of Harrogate station which has regular trains to Leeds, York and the national rail network.
FSS partner and head of residential sales Richard Smailes said: “It is extremely rare for such a unique and historic Harrogate residence to come onto the open market and it is an exciting opportunity that will appeal to a wide variety of buyers.
“The rooms to the lower ground floor in particular offer scope for redevelopment and we are expecting significant interest in this exceptional property.”
To arrange a viewing of 36 York Place call our residential sales team on 01423 501211. View the details online here.