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These are the most expensive houses up for grabs in York right now. From penthouse apartments to listed townhouses next to York Minster, there’s something for everyone.
This list has been compiled with the help of property website Zoopla.
Tom Parker, consumer spokesperson at Zoopla, said: “These outstanding properties highlight the exceptional standard of homes at the prime end of York’s property market.
“The most expensive homes in the city offer plenty of green space, unique architecture and desirable features like private parking.
“York also offers access to much loved historical landmarks alongside excellent local amenities making it the perfect choice for home hunters.”
71-73 Fulford Road
Formerly two large turn of the century townhouses, number 71 and number 73 Fulford Road have been converted into six apartments and a town house. Buy them individually or snap up the entire development for £3m.
St George’s Place
Ten bedrooms and 11 – yes 11 – bathrooms are included in this property close to York Racecourse. And it has a ‘fantastic, south-facing large garden’.
If you’ve a mill and a half to spare, you could live in this Grade II* listed townhouse next door to York Minster. As well as seven bedrooms and six bathrooms, you get a walled garden.
St Martin’s Lane
It’s Grade II* listed, has five bedrooms – one with dressing room attached, a drawing room and a games room.
The house was constructed in 2008, a self-build alongside Crease Strickland Parkins architects with the idea of creating a substantial modern family home that maximised the south-facing plot. It has five bedrroms, two garden rooms and a spa.
This double fronted, Grade II listed Victorian townhouse has eight bedrooms, four bathrooms, three reception rooms and four basement rooms. Plus a garage and garden. So a fair bit of space, then.
The Black House, Heslington Lane
Fancy urban loft living? A York developer’s conversion of what was a semi-derelict garage into a New York-style home won a national award for best renovation in the UK. Four beds, three baths, three reception rooms.
86 East Parade
It’s a semi – but you get a lot of property nonetheless. Six bedrooms, three bathrooms and three reception rooms, plus a large garden in this leafy corner of Heworth.
This three bedroom duplex penthouse apartment is part of the Piccadilly Riverside new build. You get three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a designer kitchen from Italy and a humdinger of a view.
Esplanade Mews, Peckitt Street
Arranged over three floors, this modern house has four bedrooms, underfloor heating, three Swiss bathrooms, a designer kitchen and balcony.
Hudson Quarter, Toft Green
A three-bedroom penthouse, it features an L-shaped living / kitchen / dining area and an impressive balcony. Plus three double bedrooms.
This three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment has been created from the old Ryedale House on Piccadilly. The 64 square metre open plan living, dining and kitchen space wraps around the sun terrace with views of York Minster.