This charming three-storey townhouse is hidden away down a cobbled street near the Museum Gardens. Partially constructed from York’s historic city walls, Lendal Hill House is to the east of Lendal Tower, which once formed part of York’s defences.
The house dates back to the 18th Century and many of the features synonymous with that era still remain. This unique property was used as a Public Baths in the late 1700s and is now a beautifully presented home boasting wonderful views of the River Ouse.
The exterior of the property is charming, to say the least, and it has been wonderfully preserved. Inside, however, the current owners have spared no expense in transforming the interior of this delightful home into modern yet characterful accommodation.
On the ground floor there’s an elegant entrance hallway with ornamental fireplace, a dining room and a lovely breakfast kitchen with a range of white units and three large windows which overlook the rear garden.
The first floor comprises two bedrooms, a shower room and a spacious reception room with an archway separating two living areas.
The family bathroom and the magnificent master bedroom can both be found on the third and final floor. The master bedroom, again, offers spectacular views of the River Ouse and boasts a considerable amount of space.
All in all, this stunning York property is an absolute delight. Steeped in history and renovated to a high standard, it would make a wonderful family home. It’s new to the market and is currently priced at £895,000. To arrange a viewing, please contact Carter Jonas Estate Agents.