Royal Crescent, Harrogate
A beautifully appointed period town house offering deceptively spacious accommodation arranged over three floors, delightfully situated on this iconic crescent, overlooking The Stray, and within level walking distance of the town.
An elegant family home which retains numerous period features, including deep moulded ceiling cornicing, picture rails, corbelled arches and a delightful, wide easy rise staircase with original hand rail and balustrades. These features are encompassed within the charm of having a property on a curve, with each of the rooms having angled walls, with high ceilings and large windows providing light and airy accommodation.
The property has the benefit of gas fired central heating and some sealed unit double glazing and briefly comprises: Entrance vestibule, which leads to a wide hall and wide staircase to the first floor, cloakroom/wc, elegant sitting room with angled bay window overlooking the communal lawn. The family room flows via double doors onto the patio and rear garden and also includes a separate dining area which connects to the kitchen and utility room.
On the first floor is the most impressive drawing room or additional bedroom, which spans the whole of the width of the house and has a bay window to the front. A large storage area/cupboard adjoins the drawing room which could be altered to mirror the room above as an additional bath/shower room en-suite facility. There is a further bedroom and the house bathroom with separate wc. On the second floor are three further bedrooms and a shower room.
There are lawned gardens to the front and rear, with well stocked borders, parking on the crescent and a garage. In addition to the front is a communal lawned garden area, which is jointly owned by all of the crescent owners.
Royal Crescent is a unique collection of period properties built around a private green. The location is superb, being within easy level walking distance of Harrogate's town centre and opposite the famous 200 acre Stray. There are excellent schools for all age groups within walking distance, with the crescent being to the south of the town and well placed for the commuter for easy access by both road and rail.
All mains services are connected to the property.
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From Station Parade proceed to the traffic lights adjoining the Stray and turn right signposted to Leeds. Proceed to the Prince of Wales roundabout and take the first exit onto Leeds Road. Royal Crescent will be seen on your right hand side before reaching the St Georges Road roundabout.
13th September 2018.
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