This converted former archive is just a stone’s throw from York Minster – and it could be yours if you have a million or so to spare.
The apartment forms part of York’s former Probate Registry and Archive on Duncombe Place. The Grade II listed building was originally built in 1895, and was converted in 2004 to create this ‘remarkable’ residence.
The duplex home, known as the Archive, is up for sale with Hunters for £1,150,000.
The Archive is accessed via a private gated entrance, and has three bedrooms and three bathrooms – two being ensuite.
It has a living/diner space and well-equipped kitchen with underfloor heating.
The estate agent’s details read: “The kitchen opens through to the dining area which in turn leads on to the spectacular, double height living space. Enormous, full height windows look out over Duncombe Place and fill the space with light.”
The total floor area is 2770 sq ft, or 257.4 sq m.
The principle suite on the first floor has an ensuite bathroom with corner bath, sink, W.C., and steam room.
“There is also a mezzanine off the bedroom providing views over Duncomb Place, a great spot to sit and watch the world go by.
“Stairs lead to a second floor landing which provides access to the private roof terrace with a view of York Minster.”
Private views of York Minster? Not bad! If you can afford it…
You can find the full details of the house here.
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