An attractive gii listed period terrace situated in a popular part of the city, close to city centre, offering very well-appointed and deceptively spacious accommodation boasting fabulous natural light levels, versatile living spaces, a stylish modern kitchen, up to 6 good sized double bedrooms, served by a house bathroom and ensuite shower room, with an inviting garden to the rear.
The property which is believed to date back to 1830 retains many of the original features typical of this flamboyant era, including renovated York flagstone flooring in the entrance hall, original sanded sealed floor boards, impressive decorative plasterwork, picture rails, fireplaces and a fine staircase which rises the full height of the house.
Offering bright and well-proportioned accommodation the property is spread over five floors and has a selection of versatile reception rooms typical of this style of townhouse. The current owners have improved the property by adding a modern stamp of the property which sympathetically blends with the original features. To the rear enclosed by ivy clad brick walls is a long courtyard garden which has been laid with artificial grass and also a raised decking area creating a delightful outdoor area.
Situated just outside the city walls, Monkbar House is in an ideal location for enjoying York city life, with an extensive range of amenities, historic sights and the railway station all within easy reach along with a number of schools including St Peters and Bootham School.