Only 2 properties remaining
Newington Place is a superb development of 7 individual houses, comprising 4 sympathetically restored Regency townhouses, 2 lodge houses and a new build villa; all comprehensively renovated and benefitting from a 10 year guarantee. The properties are ideally situated in a prominent and convenient position on the edge of York racecourse and offer easy pedestrian access to the city centre and railway station.
The Newington (Plot 147)
Entrance hall, drawing room, breakfast kitchen, family room, snug/garden room, utility, 5 ensuite bedrooms, gardens to front and rear, garage and parking
The Newington forms part of this particularly attractive row, with 3 period properties and a brand new town house. Adjacent to the green open spaces of the Knavesmire and York Racecourse the properties occupy a prominent and convenient position just a short walk from the train station and the city centre. The property enjoys significant and versatile accommodation over 5 floors together with a generous lawned garden, garage and parking to the rear and delightful elevated paved courtyard garden to the front.
The property retains the charm, character and proportions one would expect but has been brought bang up to date with all that is required for comfortable modern life. The accommodation includes an entrance hall, stunning highly specified breakfast kitchen and drawing room accessed from the ground floor. Located on the lower ground floor is the family room with French doors to the garden, a snug/garden room, cloakroom and utility room. The first floor comprises the principal bedroom with an en suite bathroom and bedroom two also with an en suite. There are two further second floor bedrooms with en suite facilities and a laundry room. The third floor bedroom suite incorporates en suite facilities and a dressing room.
One of York's smartest addresses, Mount Vale is a beautiful row of elegant period houses with views towards The Knavesmire. It offers easy access to the ring road for travel further afield whilst the city centre and railway station are just a short walk away; with trains to London's King's Cross in one hour 50 minutes.
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