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Apartment 4, 4 Museum Street, York

Guide Price £625,000

2 bedroom apartment

Superb second floor apartment in a landmark period building with high spec fittings and original features, close to York Minster.

Apartment 4 is part of the flagship St Leonard’s Place development, a building of national architectural importance transformed in 2017 and located in the heart of historic York. The building sits in the cultural corner of the city fronting Museum Street and neighbouring the library, theatre, art gallery and Museum Gardens with its botanical garden and Yorkshire Museum. The principal architectural elements of this nineteenth century building sit comfortably with the stylish, open plan, contemporary interior of Apartment 4. This is city centre living at its most appealing.

Entrance hall, cloakroom wc, sitting/dining/kitchen room, 2 double bedrooms both with en suite bathrooms, inner hall, laundry cupboard

Single secure parking space

  • Grade II listed Victorian building within the city walls
  • Second floor apartment accessed by a lift
  • 875 sq ft apartment with lofty ceiling heights
  • Superb contemporary open plan living in an historic building
  • The apartment and its appliances have never been used; this is as good as new.
  • Wonderful views
  • Short stroll to all city amenities and York railway station
  • One allocated parking space with remote controlled access
  • Secure cycle storage
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Museum Street enjoys views up to York Minster and down towards the river Ouse. The entrance on Museum Street opens to a grand hallway with a majestic Regency staircase, elliptical and cantilevered with iron spindles, that sweeps upwards from the entrance to the second floor.

Apartment 4 is on the second floor, accessed via the staircase or a lift. It showcases some magnificent period features including high ceilings, a cast iron grate fireplace with wood surround, ornate cornicing and ceiling rose, and glorious restored 12-pane sash windows (some with acoustic glazing).

The contemporary kitchen has sleek, minimalist cabinetry with handle-less units, Cimstone Quartz worktops, a Siemens oven and induction hob, and a breakfast bar. It sits on the western corner of a large open living space with engineered oak timber flooring and magnificent windows giving southerly views over neighbouring St Mary’s Abbey, across the river and along Museum Street. The renovation and refurbishment of this apartment clearly respects the original architectural detail and elegant proportions of its heritage.

There are two double bedrooms with fine views and two bathrooms with high spec fixtures and fittings including marble tiling and heated towel rails.

Environs

Museum Street enjoys the finest central city location in the heart of historic York, next to Library Square and the Museum Gardens home to the medieval ruins of St Mary’s Abbey and within a stone’s throw of the York Minster, York Art Gallery, Theatre Royal and the tree-lined river walkway. On the doorstep is the vibrant city centre with its cafes, restaurants, shops and amenities. A number of superb independent schools lies within comfortable walking distance.

York Railway Station lies a short stroll over Lendal Bridge offering a high speed service to London King’s Cross (fastest 1 hour 45 minutes) with the international connections at St Pancras. There is a direct service to Edinburgh, Manchester, Manchester Airport, Newcastle and Birmingham, as well as Leeds Station with its links to Leeds Bradford Airport.

General

Services: All mains services. Gas central heating.

Lease: The lease is for 250 years from Jan 2015. In 2020, the service charge was £2702.00 and ground rent was £455.00.

Fixtures & fittings: Only those mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. All others, such as fitted carpets, curtains, light fittings, garden ornaments etc., are specifically excluded but may be made available by separate negotiation.

Local authority: City of York Council 01904 551550 www.york.gov.uk

Directions: Heading south towards the Lendal Bridge on Museum Street you will see the front entrance in a redbrick building with wrought iron railings. There is a black door and stone columns stating No. ‘4’.

Photographs and particulars: April 2021

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