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9 Mount Parade, York Guide Price £820,000

Sold STC
  • 9 Mount Parade
    Mount Parade
  • Kitchen breakfast room to courtyard garden
    Mount Parade
  • Kitchen breakfast room
    Mount Parade
  • Courtyard garden
    Mount Parade
  • Kitchen breakfast room
    Mount Parade
  • Family/dining room
    Mount Parade
  • Family room
    Mount Parade
  • Drawing room
    Mount Parade
  • Drawing room
    Mount Parade
  • Entrance and staircase hall
    Mount Parade
  • Staircase hall
    Mount Parade
  • Principal bedroom
    Mount Parade
  • Principal bedroom
    Mount Parade
  • Bathroom, 1st floor
    Mount Parade
  • Bedroom 2
    Mount Parade
  • Office/bedroom 5
    Mount Parade
  • Landing
    Mount Parade
  • Bedroom 3
    Mount Parade
  • Bedroom 4
    Mount Parade
  • 9 Mount Parade
    Mount Parade
  • 9 Mount Parade
    Mount Parade
  • Front Elevation
    Mount Parade
  • Entrance
    Mount Parade
  • Front garden
    Mount Parade
  • Main garden/terrace
    Mount Parade
  • Main garden
    Mount Parade
  • Main garden
    Mount Parade
  • View to York Minster
    Mount Parade

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Delightful Regency townhouse with lovely gardens, in York’s prettiest street.

Entrance and staircase hall, kitchen and family room/dining room, wc, rear entrance hall, drawing room
4 bedrooms, office/5th bedroom, bathroom, shower room
Dry cellar
Front garden, courtyard garden, bike shed, main garden, store shed
Resident’s parking

9 Mount Parade, York YO24 4AP

One of the city’s hidden pleasures, quietly concealed from the noise and bustle of The Mount and Tadcaster Road, Mount Parade is an exquisitely lovely terrace of early 19th century houses set smartly behind front gardens with cast iron railings. No. 9 is one of the largest houses on the street and is arranged over four floors and has been designed to accommodate a family with a large, open plan kitchen living room, plenty of storage and glorious gardens. Sympathetically restored and modernised some five years ago by the current owners, this undoubtedly is an outstanding York townhouse.

Constructed in 1829 and Grade II Listed
2250 sq ft with 3 reception rooms, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, office/5th bedroom
Includes wonderful features of the Regency period such as high ceilings and elegantly proportioned rooms, fine plasterwork, original architrave, four original fireplaces and sash windows
34 ft open plan kitchen/dining/family room with well-designed, modern kitchen units, large storage cupboards, engineered wood flooring, and French doors opening straight on to the rear courtyard garden/BBQ area
Lovely drawing room with marble mantelpiece/Charnwood log burning stove and a large sash window facing south over the garden
Magnificent principal bedroom with two south-facing sash windows and an original cast-iron bedroom fireplace
Lovely rooftop views of York and York Minster from the upper floors
House bathroom with a romantic Taj Mahal mural
Glorious garden, uncommonly large for a York townhouse
Just a few minutes’ walk to the railway station

Outside
Mount Parade is a slight and leafy residential road providing access to the houses that lie along this 18th century terrace.  No. 9 has a charming front garden set behind a low wall and wrought iron railings.  Behind the house – and accessed from the kitchen - is a pretty, walled courtyard garden with flagstones and a secure bike shed, well screened and ideal for al fresco dining.  A door leads to a back lane, giving rear access to the railway station and river beyond.

The main stretch of private garden is probably the centrepiece of the property.  It is overlooked by the house and lies just across Mount Parade, accessed by a wooden gate. Some 60ft in length and beautifully landscaped it stretches in a southerly direction, with a high hedge on the easterly elevation and a raised, sheltered terrace at the far boundary, making a perfect spot for summer dining.  Alongside is a store/shed and children’s summer house. Predominantly laid to lawn, the garden is like a series of rooms, each flanked by shrubs, small trees, shaped flower beds and colourful plantings. 

Environs
York railway station ¼ mile, York Minster 1 mile, Leeds 25 miles. (Distances approximate)

Mount Parade enjoys a most convenient city location, quietly located just south of the city walls and Micklegate Bar.  The railway station and central York can easily be reached on foot and The Knavesmire, with its wide open spaces and organised Park Run, lies a short walk to the north.
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General
Services: All mains services connected.
Fixtures & fittings: Items mentioned in these particulars are included. Others may be made available separately.
Local authority: City of York 01904 551550
Photographs and particulars: June 2018

NB: Google map images may neither be current nor a true representation.


 


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Name Location Type Distance
Mount Parade
York YO24 4AP
County: North Yorkshire
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: 02082

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