A well proportioned Grade II listed property, we believe originally dates back to the mid 18th Century and was formerly one of several outbuildings associated to St Johns House, being documented as the Prebendary's residence to St Johns Church and has continuing associations with the Church throughout the 18th and 19th Century.
In it's current form, the property has been extensively renovated and refurbished by the current owners, both internally and externally including new fully weather proofed render with guarantee and extensive work to the roof. The property would now make a fantastic home for a variety of prospective purchasers.
The accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance Hall, spacious Sitting Room with space for dining table and chairs, further Reception Room arranged currently as a Snug, or could also be a separate Dining Room if required, Kitchen/Breakfast room. Downstairs storage area, with potential for further residential accommodation. To the first floor are three double Bedrooms and a spacious modern suite Bathroom. The second floor offers potential for further bedrooms, subject to the necessary Building Regulations.
A particular feature of the property is the well stocked enchanting walled garden to the rear, with paved and lawned areas. Access pathway leading directly to Church Lane, with superb walks down to the river, passing the rear of Knaresborough House up to Knaresborough Railway Station and the town centre. Parking is also available in St Mary's or St John's Church Car Park, where the current owners hold two spaces.
Viewing of the property is strongly recommended to appreciate the accommodation and location of the property.
Attractive panelled front entrance door, double panel radiator, light point, picture rail surround, stairs to first floor.
6.86m (22' 6") x 4.27m (14' 0")
Two sash windows to front aspect with secondary double glazing, two light points, two single panel radiators, ornate fire surround with tiled hearth housing open fire grate, tv point, telephone point, door to -
snug / dining room
4.47m (14' 8") x 3.96m (13' 0")
Sash window to rear aspect, light point, single panel radiator, attractive ornate fire surround with tiled hearth housing open fire grate, tv point, door to -
Understairs storage cupboard with light point.
Walk-in storage rooms
Providing potential for further accommodation (Subject to the necessary building regulations)
kitchen breakfast room
3.61m (11' 10") x 3.40m (11' 2")
Comprising a range of wall and base units with drawers under preparation surfaces, inset single bowl stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap, space for cooker and fridge/freezer, space and plumbing for washing machine, floor mounted gas fired boiler providing hot water and central heating, stripped wood floor, inset ceiling spotlights, single panel radiator, space for breakfast table, window to rear aspect, panelled door to rear garden.
First floor landing
Single panel radiator, light point, walk-in storage cupboard.
4.52m (14' 10") x `3.96m (13' 0")
Sash window to rear aspect, light point, single panel radiator.
5.59m (18' 4") x 3.30m (10' 10") maximum
Sash window to front aspect with secondary glazing, light point, single panel radiator.
4.37m (14' 4") x 3.00m (9' 10")
Sash window to front aspect with secondary glazing, double panel radiator, light point.
4.83m (15' 10") x 3.45m (11' 4") maximum
Modern white suite comprising moulded panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc, two obscure glazed windows to rear aspect, light point, double panel radiator, step-in shower cubicle housing fitted shower, two light points, linen cupboard housing factory lagged hot water cylinder, immersion heater and slatted shelving.
Walled gardens to rear
Offering a fantastic degree of privacy - The Southerly facing enclosed garden has well stocked shrub and flower borders and attractive ivy to the walls and brick built storage shed.
Gated access from the garden to Church Lane gives access to St Mary's and St Johns Car Park, where the current owners hold spaces.
From Church Lane
Passing the rear of the magnificent Knaresborough House, onwards down to the River Nidd and up to Knaresborough town centre, giving access to the train and bus stations and the Market Place. The location and outside space to this property are a huge feature and ideal for those looking for somewhere with charm and easy access to local amenities.
Sold prices provided by Land Registry
1st May 2018
Price reduced by £20,000
18th May 2017