Elegant period house with mature walled gardens in sought after village, close to York.
Entrance and staircase hall, 3 reception rooms, kitchen dining room, utility room, study, wc
Master bedroom with en suite bathroom, 2 further bedrooms, bedroom 4/family room, house bathroom
Double garage, walled gardens, potting shed
The Old House, 109 York Road, Haxby, York YO32 3EN
This substantial Victorian house dating from 1854 sits in a generous plot with south facing walled gardens. Well screened from the road, it is ideally placed for access to local shops, York city centre, ring road and on to the A1M and beyond. With its generous and well planned accommodation, well proportioned rooms, enclosed gardens, The Old House represents a significant opportunity to purchase a large family house with scope for further improvements in a lovely setting.
• Detached house with nearly 3000 sq ft of versatile accommodation
• Well designed kitchen with a range of fitted units and appliances, central island, granite worktops, adjoining utility room and large dining area
• The magnificent 32 ft glazed garden room with roof lantern faces south on to the walled gardens
• Useful study/home office with bespoke furniture
• Three large double bedrooms and a fourth bedroom with its own staircase that could easily be adapted to become a guest suite or family room
• Double detached garage and potting shed
• Highly convenient location within reach of local amenities and city centre
The house is accessed from York Road onto a gravelled driveway with ample parking for several cars. Behind the timber gates lies a detached double garage of brick with a pantile roof. The garden lies predominantely to the side of the house bounded by a mellow brick wall. Mainly laid to lawn, the perimeter is lined with herbaceous borders fully stocked with perennial shrubs and flowers, and mature trees provide both shade and privacy. Abutting the house, a paved terrace with a stone-built barbecue is ideal for al fresco dining.
Haxby centre ½ mile, York 4 miles, Leeds 28 miles. (Distances approximate)
The village centre is a short stroll away and has all the amenities of a thriving residential area including doctors’ and dentists’ practices, vets, two supermarkets, primary schools, post office, sports clubs, restaurants, coffee shops, an award winning fish and chip shop and nationally renowned artisan bakery – the list goes on. For dog owners and keen cyclists, there are many miles of riverside walking along the river Foss and the beautiful countryside of the Howardian Hills is on your doorstep. York lies four miles to the south, voted The Sunday Times ‘Best Place to live in the UK’ 2018 and regular bus services go into the centre from York Road itself. Trains regularly leave York railway station for London, arriving at Kings Cross in less than two hours. The A64 trunk road is easily accessible to Leeds and the motorway network beyond.
Services: All mains services are connected.
Local authority: City of York Council 01904 551550
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.
Directions: On entering the village from York, the house can be found on the right hand side after the railway crossing and mini roundabout, as denoted by the agents For Sale board.
Photographs and particulars: March & June 2019
NB: Google map images may neither be current nor a true representation.