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Versatile townhouse in York city centre with courtyard garden, garage, parking and Minster views.
Entrance and staircase hall, family room/bedroom 3, wc, kitchen, sitting room with dining area
2 bedrooms, house bathroom
Integral garage, gated courtyard garden, off street parking to front and rear
9 Monkgate Cloisters, Monkgate, York, YO31 7HY
Located just outside Monkgate Bar and the medieval walls of York, Monkgate Cloisters enjoys a superb position just off Monkgate, one of the historic approaches to the city from the north east. Designed in 1985 on the forecourt of the redeveloped County Hospital, this enormously versatile townhouse would suit city dwellers, downsizers and investors looking for lucrative holiday lets or buy-to-lets.
• End of terrace townhouse with courtyard garden, garage and off street parking
• Ground floor room would make a third bedroom
• 19 ft, dual aspect, open plan sitting room with dining area
• Modern, fitted kitchen
• Double glazed windows and gas central heating
• Views of York Minster from the principal bedroom on the second floor
• Integral garage with parking space in front
• Rear courtyard garden or potential parking space
York Railway Station 0.8 miles, Leeds 26 miles. (Distances approximate)
Monkgate is an attractive thoroughfare into York that offers rapid access to the inner and outer ringroads and on to the A1M and Leeds. Monkgate Cloisters is located in the paved forecourt of the former York County Hospital, a grand Georgian building now developed into residential apartments. Monkbar and the city walls are just a hundred metres away on foot, and the railway station is an enjoyable 15 minute walk. All of the facilities of this historic city, recently voted Best Place to Live in the UK 2018, lie within a short stroll.
Services: all mains services
Local Authority: York City Council 01904 551550
Directions: Head down Monkgate and on your left, before the junction with Lord Mayor’s Walk, is a wide turning signed ‘Monkgate Cloisters’. No. 9 is on the right hand side at the end of the first terrace.
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