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- Beautifully Presented Garden Apartment
- Award Winning Development
- Large Open Plan Living/Dining Kitchen
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Master with En-Suite
- Under Floor Heating Throughout
- Communal Grounds and Facilities
- Secure Parking
- Close To Pickering Town Centre
Number 4 is quietly located on the western edge of the development with the benefit of both a terraced garden overlooking the attractive communal grounds to one side and a pretty and very private, west facing courtyard garden to the other. Completed in 2009 to a design by local architects Bramhall Blenkharn, this remarkable property absolutely embodies the directive in creating 'inspired, comfortable, high quality accommodation, with interesting internal and external spaces'.
The accommodation amounts to approx. 1,000 square feet with underfloor heating throughout and comprises; entrance hall with oak floor, large open plan living room with dining area and fitted kitchen; dominated by an almost fully glazed wall to the West with doors opening straight out onto the private courtyard garden. Utility room and smart house bathroom. Master Bedroom with large en-suite shower room and a further double bedroom; both with doors leading out to the private courtyard overlooking the central courtyard and gardens, which are attractively landscaped with well stocked mature borders and are for the complex to benefit as a whole. The Spire View community ethos applies to the communal facilities of which there is an indoor swimming pool, meeting room and guest bedroom with en-suite which can be booked out for use by any of the occupants; all with ramp and lift access. There is off-street parking available for visitors and secure parking in an under croft parking area and garden/bike storage.
Pickering, known as ‘The Gateway to the Moors’ is a charming market town with a wide range of amenities including primary and secondary schools, sports centre, restaurants, public houses and an array of retailers. The town also boasts a number of visitor attractions. There is the terminus of the North York Moors Railway, an 18 mile steam railway running through the spectacular scenery of the Moors. There is a 12th century castle, a museum of rural life and a busy weekly market. The historic City of York is situated about 30 miles to the south and provides a wide range of services and amenities including a main line train service to London Kings Cross and Edinburgh in less than 2 hours