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- Beautifully Renovated Victorian Townhouse
- Four Floors of Versatile and Stylish Accommodation
- Close To Pickering Town Centre
- Newly Fitted Dining Kitchen with Separate Pantry
- Two Reception Rooms
- Five Double Bedrooms
- Master with Newly Fitted En-Suite
- Landscaped Rear Garden with Terrace
- Far Reaching Views
- No Onward Chain
Built in 1897 the property has recently undergone a thorough restoration, keeping close to the inherent character of the property whilst reconfiguring and updating the accommodation to create a versatile and exceptionally well specified family home. Works carried out include installing a full central heating system, extensive re-wiring, new bathrooms, including an en-suite to Master Bedroom. The lower ground floor has been completely reconfigured into a superb kitchen with bespoke units, dining and living area and separate pantry and utility room.
Exceptionally spacious, with high ceilings and a bright airy feel,
the accommodation amounts to over 2,500 sq ft and is arranged over four floors. In brief; utility room, kitchen with dining area and pantry and shower room. On the ground floor, two beautifully proportioned, light filled reception rooms with an attractive open views across the town to the rear. On the First Floor is the Master bedroom with large en-suite bathroom with separate shower and a further double bedroom and a house bathroom. On the top floor are three further double bedrooms.
To the rear of the house is a delightful, part walled west facing garden which is mainly laid to lawn flanked by well-stocked shrub borders. On-street parking is available within a short distance.
Pickering is a delightful market town which provides an excellent range of amenities, with good schools, restaurants, pubs and both national and independent retailers. It is also home to the North York Moors Steam Railway. The market town of Malton is also close at hand, being only 9 miles south and benefits from regular rail services to York from where London can be reached in a best time of 1 hour and 52 minutes.