A mid terraced period home, offering spacious accommodation arranged over four floors. The Victorian townhouse is situated on the south side of the cathedral city, benefitting from ease of access to the Ripon bypass, whilst also being handily located for shops, schools and amenities. Whilst the loft has already been converted to take the accommodation to three double bedrooms and there is a single storey extension to the rear, there is still scope for further extension, subject to necessary consents. Internally improvements have been made, including the fitting for a wood burning stove, whilst the property does still offer the opportunity for cosmetic updating to personal taste.
On the ground floor there is a good size entrance hall, living room with large bay window and wood burning stove, breakfast kitchen which is fitted with an extensive range of fitted units incorporating a stainless steel range cooker, plus a further multi-functional room to the rear of the house, ideal as a playroom, family room or study. Steps lead down to the lower ground floor, where there is a good size cellar, offering storage and also housing the gas central heating boiler and fuse box. On the first floor there is a spacious landing, two generous double bedrooms and the part tiled house bathroom, fitted with a white three piece suite, including a bath with shower over. Stairs lead to the second floor, where there is a further double bedroom, with pitched ceiling, skylight and eaves storage.
Externally there is a low maintenance garden to the front of the house, with pathway leading to the front door. To the rear of the house, there is a small courtyard, once again designed for ease of maintenance, plus a further lawned garden beyond. The garden is fully enclosed by hedge and fenced boundaries, whilst it also enjoys a woodland aspect, all of which help to aid privacy.