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3 Bed Terraced House  For Sale  St. James Green  Thirsk  North Yorkshire  YO7   - £295,000

For Sale
TENURE: Freehold

A most attractive and inviting traditional brick-built terraced house dating back to the 1700's with strong links to Thirsk's heritage and James Herriot. The property boasts many original features and has been well maintained and cared for by the current owner. Accommodation briefly comprises: Two reception rooms, fitted kitchen with outlook over the garden, cellar, two modern bathrooms and three bedrooms. Sought after and popular location on St. James Green within close proximity to Thirsk Market Square, offering easy access to local road links. Must be viewed to fully appreciate the accommodation on offer.

Wooden door with window over opening from the front of the property into a tiled hallway. Doors off to living room and dining room.

3.7M X 3.4M
The living room has a hardwood floor and retains many original character features including: Ornate black cast iron range on a tiled hearth with stone mantle, fitted storage cupboards to chimney recess, and wooden beam to ceiling. The room enjoys an outlook over St James Green with double glazed sash bay window to the front aspect. Central heating radiator.

3.81m (12' 6") x 3.71m (12' 2")
Wooden door with stained glass pane opens from the entrance hall. The feature point of the room is the original full height stone-built fireplace with a cast iron multi-fuel stove standing on the quarry tile hearth. Fitted cupboards to both recesses, exposed beams to ceiling, original sash window overlooking St. James Green and central heating radiator.

3.51m (11' 6") x 2.01m (6' 7")
Fitted with a range of wall and floor mounted units with matching work surfaces, single sink and drainer with mixer tap and space for free-standing cooker with fitted extractor over, The kitchen is finished with attractive splash-back tiling and a ceramic tiled floor, beam to ceiling, part glazed wooden door and window to patio area and rear garden, wood door opening to inner hallway and radiator.

With stairs off to first floor, door to cellar, understairs storage and central heating radiator.

2m (6' 7") x 2m (6' 7")
Fitted with a modern suite comprising of mains shower housed in glass cubicle, low flush WC and a most attractive stone wash hand basin on granite counter. The room is fully tiled with double glazed window to the rear and built-in storage cupboard with useful shelving and space and plumbing for washing machine.

Traditional cellar housing gas fired central heating boiler.


A galleried style landing with large window looking toward rear garden.

3.7m (12' 2") x 3.5m (11' 6")
Sash window to front aspect looking over St. James Green, good sized walk-in store cupboard with hanging space, open shelving built in recess and central heating radiator.

3.71m (12' 2") x 3.4
Sash window to front aspect looking over St. James Green, a range of built-in shelves and single wardrobe and central heating radiator.

3.5m (11' 6") x 2m (6' 7")
Double glazed window to rear garden, attractive wood panelling to half wall height and central heating radiator.

2m (6' 7") x 2m (6' 7")
Fitted with a white suite comprising of: vanity unity with wash hand basin and low flush WC, panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, wall mounted mains shower over bath and glass shower screen. Double glazed window to the rear, heated towel rail, extractor fan and access to loft.

The property enjoys a frontage onto St James Green with low level stone wall enclosing the curtilage.

To the rear, the property boasts a most attractive and inviting fully enclosed garden which has been lovingly cared for and landscaped by the current owner. The garden offers paved seating areas, mature shrubs and borders, slate water feature, stone walk ways and brick-built store with multiple rooms. To the rear of the garden a wooden arbour and trellis discreetly disguise bin storage with a wooden gate opening for rear access.

32 St James Green was once known as 'Sunnyside Nursing Home' and was the birth place of both James Alfred Wight's (aka James Herriot) children. The property is featured in his book 'James Herroit's Yorkshire' and still retains the iconic yellow door.

The roof space is subject to a flying freehold and is owned in part by the neighbouring property. Any interested party should have their chosen legal representative advise them fully on this matter.

These are for general guidance only. You are responsible to confirm accuracy by inspection.