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7 Clifton Green, York

Guide Price £1,195,000

5 bedroom house

Beautifully renovated York townhouse with off street parking overlooking Clifton Green. No onward chain.

Vestibule, entrance and staircase hall, 2 reception rooms, open plan kitchen/dining/living room, walk-in pantry, utility/boot room, cloakroom wc, principal bedroom suite with dressing room and bathroom, 4 further bedrooms (1 en suite), house bathroom

Walled garden, secure off street parking

For Sale Freehold

This outstanding townhouse overlooks Clifton Green and sits in the heart of one of York's most appealing residential locations just west of the city walls. Originally built in the 1700s the property was converted to a private dwelling circa 1900 and has in recent years been skilfully renovated to offer spacious accommodation of nearly 3000 sq ft with a tranquil outlook at the rear. Blending its fine architectural heritage with contemporary fittings, 7 Clifton Green is both a traditional period townhouse and luxurious home. The location can hardly be bettered; it lies a short stroll from York’s top public schools and the city centre, and the railway station is a pleasant fifteen minutes’ stroll over the pedestrian footbridge.

  • 5 bedroom town house, not listed and no onward chain
  • Central York location with secure parking
  • Rear walled garden, private and tranquil
  • Versatile accommodation over three floors totalling 2912 sq ft
  • Stylish with high spec fittings throughout the kitchen and bathrooms
  • Ample storage options ideal for a family
  • Many period architectural features
  • Strolling distance of city centre and railway station
  • Desirable conservation area with riverside walks and park close by
  • Convenient for multiple village amenities and St Peter’s and Bootham schools
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7 Clifton Green is a period terraced house with a number of fine architectural features, some restored and others sourced as part of a sympathetic renovation: skirting, coving and ornate plasterwork, panelled doors and architraves, stained glass, fireplaces, wall panelling and a superb first floor bay window. In addition to this, the house has recently been rewired, re-plumbed, re-plastered and re-roofed, has double glazed windows, some fine column cast-iron radiators and underfloor heating throughout most of the ground floor.

A superb extension at the rear has created a double height dining/living room with roof trusses exposed, wood burner, fully glazed Crittal window at the rear and open plan to the kitchen. Multiple doors open to the south facing rear garden and flagged pathway at the side of the house. The bespoke, handmade kitchen has a double butler sink, hand painted wooden cabinets, island unit with breakfast bar, Jim Lawrence antique brass fittings, Rangemaster cooker, Corian work surfaces and integrated appliances. Behind lies the walk-in pantry with space for a fridge/freezer, cloakroom and a superb bespoke utility/boot room giving access to the garden. The reception rooms lie at the front of the house with glorious full height picture windows. On the first floor the beautifully proportioned, wood panelled drawing room enjoys fine views over the village green from its bay window, has oak parquet flooring and a gas fire with Aegean limestone surround and blue pearl granite hearth. The principal bedroom suite feels like a private space being positioned within a separate wing of the house with a southerly outlook. There is a second en suite bedroom with fitted wardrobes, and the remaining three bedrooms are arranged on the second floor along with the house bathroom.

Outside

The walled garden is a private and tranquil space with a southern orientation. It is accessed from the house through five pairs of French windows and has been skilfully landscaped with flagged seating areas and beds around an acer placed within a circular terrace centre. There is a variety of established trees and shrubs including a palm tree and bamboos that bring an exotic flourish as well as traditional climbers such as honeysuckle and clematis. High wrought iron gates beyond give access to a single, private parking space and the rear garden of 7 Clifton Green. Parking is also available both at the front of the house and on Clifton Dale as part of the residents’ parking scheme.

Environs

7 Clifton Green enjoys an enviable position on the southwest corner of the tree-lined public amenity space that is Clifton Green. On the doorstep is Clifton Village with a range of shops including the much-loved local butcher Neary’s, a convenience store, pharmacy, hairdresser, dentist, doctors, cafés and a newly renovated public house. The city centre is just a short walk away along Bootham where St Peter’s and Bootham schools can be found. York mainline railway station can be reached on foot; it provides regular services to major cities including Leeds, Manchester, Edinburgh and London with some journeys taking less than two hours to Kings Cross. Just across the road are fourteen acres of parkland at Homestead Park, and leafy footpaths and cycle lanes provide routes along the river Ouse into the city and west to Rawcliffe country park. Clifton lies at the right side of the city for easy vehicular access to York Sports Club and on to the bypass giving access to the A19, A59 and A64 on to the A1M.

General

Tenure: Freehold

EPC rating: D

Services & Systems: All mains services. Gas central heating.

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.

Viewing: Strictly by appointment

Local authority: Local authority: York City Council www.york.gov.uk. Clifton Conservation area.

Directions: Clifton Green is found on the A19 between York city centre and the ring road/A1237. From the A1237 proceed along Shipton Road to the Clifton village and the village green. No. 7 is centred on the southwest/right hand side overlooking the green.

Photographs, particulars and showreel: May 2022

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