TV drama sheds spotlight on the city of York
YORK has spent the past few months basking in the property spotlight.
According to Land Registry data, York’s housing market has outperformed many of the traditional South East hotspots and it is attracting relocators. Now the TV series Eternal Law, which is set in York, looks set to increase the interest. Here are two homes that might appeal to those who want city living: period fireplace. There are four bedrooms, a family bathroom and a further cloakroom on the second floor.
The property has an extensive range of cellars providing storage and laundry facilities.
Outside, there is a rear courtyard garden with an outside WC.
This grade two listed Regency townhouse is a short walk from the city centre and is on an exclusive gated terrace that has proved to be one of York’s most sought after addresses.
The property has been comprehensively refurbished and reconfigured and now blends traditional features with contemporary style.
It is set over five floors and has an entrance hall, sitting room, dining room/playroom and cloakroom.
The lower ground kitchen/ breakfast room has a range of contemporary units finished with a solid Corian work surface.
This room opens into a large dining/living area which has direct access onto the front patio.
Upstairs, there are five double bedrooms, including a master suite, and three bathrooms,
Outside, there is an enclosed patio garden which overlooks neighbouring playing fields.
Precentor’s Court is a hidden gem a few steps from the Minster. Right: South Parade is a sought-after gated, Regency terraced house.