OFFERS INVITED. NO CHAIN, RARE AND UNIQUE: IDEAL 2ND HOME / HOLIDAY LET. A picturesque, period terrace, north of historic Beverley town centre: the attractive, historic frontage extends to include 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 reception room accommodation.
Opportunities like these do not come along very often : a chance to own an attractive, extended, Grade 2 listed, period terrace property which is part of historic Beverley"s rich history and architectural landscape.
With "staycation" being a buzz word of 2021, the location of this cottage-style property is ideal for a holiday rental : it is close to road links to York, the Wolds and the East Yorkshire coast as well as being within easy walking distance to the historic town centre, there is even a bus stop opposite for those who prefer a bus ride into town.
The extended accommodation includes: a lounge with an attractive original fire place and stone mullion front windows, a large open plan living dining kitchen with multiple fitted painted wood base units and a feature brick fire place in the sitting area. There is a ground floor bedroom or 3rd reception room with a shower suite which opens to the south facing, rear courtyard garden.
Upstairs are 2 double bedrooms; the main bedroom features fitted, floor to ceiling wood wardrobes.
3' 6'' x 3' 4'' (1.08m x 1.04m) Fitted carpet - Stairs to the upper floor with fitted carpet
13' 0'' x 11' 6'' (3.97m x 3.53m) Solid wood, feature, door - Feature fireplace - Coal effect gas fire - Ceiling beam - Recessed ceiling lights - Wall lights - Stone mullion windows with aspect to the front - Traditional column radiator
20' 8'' x 11' 0'' (6.3m x 3.36m) Fitted, painted wood base and eye level units - Wood worktops - Recessed white ceramic sink - Range master cooker - Plumbing for dishwasher - Plumbing for washing machine - Tiled splash backs - Tiled floor - Aspect to the side - Radiator with cover
11' 11'' x 9' 4'' (3.65m x 2.85m) Feature brick fireplace with wood mantle - Gas stove - tiled floor - aspect to the side - Understairs storage cupboard with light
5' 6'' x 3' 8'' (1.7m x 1.14m) Half glazed stable style door to the side - Tiled floor
9' 6'' x 9' 6'' (2.9m x 2.9m) Bedroom or third reception area overlooking the rear garden - Double french doors to the rear patio - Column radiator
6' 0'' x 5' 5'' (1.85m x 1.67m) Fully tiled - Pedestal wash basin - Fitted shower cubicle with power shower - Velux roof light - Extractor fan
10' 4'' x 15' 6'' (3.16m x 4.73m) Built - in, floor to ceiling, solid wood wardrobes - Aspect to front - Mullion stone windows - Radiator - Cross beamed ceiling - Recessed ceiling lights
8' 11'' x 11' 10'' (2.73m x 3.62m) Aspect to the rear - Built-in cupboard with gas central heating boiler - Radiator
7' 6'' x 6' 1'' (2.3m x 1.87m) Stairs - White balustrades
8' 8'' x 6' 1'' (2.66m x 1.86m) Fully tiled - 4 piece suite: free standing bath with claw feet, mains shower in cubicle, pedestal wash basin, high flush WC - Loft access - Aspect to the rear
Lockable period door to a tiled passage way to the main door and garden door - Neighbour has right of access through the passageway
- Southwest facing rear courtyard garden - Patio area - Mature borders - High brick wall to side - Fencing to the other side - Brick fountain area
Gas central heating - Upvc windows to the rear and side - Council tax band C
These particulars are produced in good faith. They are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute, any part of an offer or a contract. None of the statements contained in these particulars as to this property are to be relied on as statements or representations of fact. Any intending purchaser should satisfy him/herself by inspection of the property or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements prior to making an offer. No person in the employment of, or association with, My Agent, has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property.
The property forms part of a row of unique, individual terrace homes in the original Molescroft area of Beverley: a prestigious area, approximately half a mile north of Beverley town centre with easy access to the A164 coast road, the A64 York road, as well as the A1079 to Hull. Historic Beverley town centre is within easy walking distance - a 10 to 15 minute walk - and offers a range of amenities for all tastes and interests. There are many historic buildings including the stunning Minster and St Mary's church; the Guildhall and the Treasure House with art gallery.
There is a thriving arts community within the town with an amateur dramatics group and various art classes and musical events taking place including the annual folk festival. The East Riding theatre, located in the old court building, west of the town centre, hosts premiers of locally written and produced plays as well as performances from visiting artists and theatre groups.
For the energetic, there are several gyms and a leisure centre with a swimming pool. Beverley's beautiful, open Westwood pastures, located within easy walking distance to this property, is a popular walking destination as well as the Minster Way walk route which begins at the Minster. The Tour de Yorkshire sometimes passes through Beverley as a nod to the many local cyclists whose hobby is to enjoy the region's popular cycle routes.
The town centre is home to a multitude of restaurants, bars and bistros, as well as high street shopping chains and individual boutiques.
The newly constructed Flemingate Centre with restaurants, shops, a hotel and a cinema is east of the centre and near to the railway station.
With highly regarded schools and a higher education college, along with excellent transport links via road and rail, Beverley truly is one of the region's most sought after residential towns.
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