York Place, Harrogate, HG1 5RH
The property retains numerous original features with tall ceilings, period fireplaces and deep moulded cornicing and panelled doors. This property truly offers a very rare opportunity to acquire such a spacious prominent building within the boundaries of the town centre.
The property has the benefit of private entrances to both the front and rear of the building and briefly comprises of double hallway with staircases to the first floor, cloakroom/WC, sitting room with study off, dining room, kitchen, two bedrooms and bathroom. An enclosed staircase gives access to the second floor where there are four further bedrooms, a house bathroom and attic/storeroom. There are full height cellars on the lower ground floor offering the scope for redevelopment and comprising of a series of rooms with direct access from the outside.
A modern garage block of three open plan garages is situated to the rear of the building, with the two garages nearest the garden being conveyed with this property.
The rear garden is a particular feature of this wonderful property being walled and of generous size, particularly given its central location.
Number 36 York Place is delightfully situated overlooking the renowned 200 acre Harrogate Stray. Due to the position it will suit a variety of purchasers, being within easy level walking distance of the town centre and all of its amenities. The location is also ideal for the commuter with ease of access being gained to the larger cities within the area by both road and rail.
Tenure Leasehold - 999 year lease from 21st January 1977. Ground rent - £1 per annum. Within the deeds there is a maintenance agreement roof repairs two thirds for flat 2 and 1/3 for ground floor. Courtyard and gates and outside w.c. maintenance costs split 50/50.
Services All mains services are connected to property, with heating provided via a gas fired central heating system.
Energy Performance Certificate Grade E.
Council Tax Band F.
Details Produced Details produced 12/3/2019