York’s shop­ping, cafés and cul­ture on the doorstep

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ter­race close to the cen­tre of York. It is on an ac­cess-only street in the heart of The Mount con­sid­ered to be one of the best res­i­den­tial lo­ca­tions in the city.

Dat­ing from be­tween 1823 and 1840, the house is grade two listed and re­tains many orig­i­nal fea­tures, in­clud­ing a fine en­trance por­tico, sash win­dows, pe­riod fire­places, pan­elled doors and plas­ter­work cor­nices.

The prop­erty, which is filled with nat­u­ral light thanks to its sash win­dows, over­looks open gar­den ar­eas op­po­site.

In­side, the house has a sit­ting room, lower ground floor din­ing room, kitchen with La­canche range, two bed­rooms and a bath­room with claw foot bath by Sot­tini.

To the rear is a shel­tered paved court­yard gar­den with beds and climb­ing plants fram­ing a seat­ing and al fresco din­ing area. There is also a brick and pantile gar­den store.

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