Attractive, traditional Victorian town house in a leafy residential street just outside the city walls.
Entrance and staircase hall, living room, dining room, kitchen, shower room
Master bedroom with dressing room, 3 further bedrooms, house bathroom
Front and rear courtyard garden
21 Sandringham Street, York YO10 4BA
This well presented Victorian town house and much loved family home is situated within a convenient and sought after central location. Being just a short stroll from the amenities of York’s city centre, the tree-lined walks along the River Ouse and good local schooling, this is a house with broad appeal.
• Mid terrace, period town house arranged over three floors
• Period features include high ceilings, exposed floorboards, decorative fireplace, bay window, cornicing and plasterwork, elegant staircase with original balusters and handrail
• Elegantly proportioned living room of great character with a gas imitation log burner flagged by fitted cupboards and book shelves
• The dining room has slate flooring and double doors opening to the south facing courtyard garden
• Alongside the dining room is the well designed galley kitchen with integrated appliances and garden views
• Useful ground floor shower room and large first floor family bathroom
• Master bedroom with walk-in dressing room
• Second floor single bedroom and two second floor double bedrooms both with high ceilings
• Good storage options
• Small forecourt with low retaining wall to the front of the house and charming rear courtyard garden with pergola
• On street parking with permit
• Superb central location, highly convenient for commuters to the University of York, Leeds and London
York city centre 5 minutes’ walk, York Railway Station 1 mile, Leeds 25 miles. (Distances and times approximate)
On its eastern margin, this pretty residential street connects to the riverside path on the leafy banks of the River Ouse and on its western margin it connects to Fishergate, the ancient route into York. A few minutes’ walk from the house is Fishergate Bar, the 15th century gateway into the city. To the south, Fishergate meets the Fulford Road and beyond where it joins the A19/A64 and beyond to the A1(M). The river walkway provides a delightful stroll and cycle route into the city as well as providing further walks out to the Millenium Bridge and beyond. There are multiple good schools within walking distance and all the amenities of York and the very popular ‘Bishy Road’ are within an easy stroll.
Services: All mains services.
Fixtures & fittings: Items mentioned in these particulars are included. Others may be made available separately
Local authority: City of York Council 01904 551500
Directions: From the inner York ringroad take the A1036 heading south to Fulford and the A19. Sandringham Street can be found on the right hand side opposite St George’s RC Primary School.
Photographs and particulars: September 2019
NB: Google map images may neither be current nor a true representation.