If a home with a roof terrace and undisturbed views of the city walls sounds up your street – this York property might be of interest to you.
Situated within York’s historic bar walls and next to the Monk Bar archway, this unique grade II listed home can boast a fantastic location.
The period property is currently up for sale with William H Brown for £875,000.
Not only is it pretty fabulous on the outside – but inside is also a treat.
The townhouse has a reception snug with an original fire range, as well as original brickwork and wood features.
The estate agent’s details says that it has a “spacious lounge/dining room with two fireplaces and impressive wood paneling to the walls, a modern, high spec kitchen with high end Neff appliances.”
The property has two double bedrooms with en suites and a third double bedroom with a claw foot, free standing bath tub.
“Up to the third floor there is a superb roof top, with incredible, undisturbed views over The Bar Walls, as well as the principle bedroom which has charming exposed beams, an en suite and a claw foot, free standing bath tub.”
Your own undisturbed view of the city walls sounds pretty spectacular – if you have a few hundred thousand pounds to spare…
You can find the full details of the house here.