Georgian (1824) 4 storey grade 2 listed town house

Georgian (1824) 4 storey grade 2 listed town house

Donald And Sheelagh

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
3 Bathrooms
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Our home

Built in 1824, 136 The Mount is a period Georgian property retaining all original features including servants bells and period open fires but has recently undergone an extensive renovation bringing it up to 21st century standards so is warm and comfortable no matter what time of year you may wish to exchange. We have recently completed a kitchen / sun lounge extension (photos to follow) which now gives us a large open living space opening out onto a remodelled garden with a patio and BBQ.

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Who we are

  1. We are a well travelled retired couple, experienced exchangers with over 40 exchanges worldwide and within the UK. We live in a beautiful house / part of the world with easy links to most of the main tourist cities in the United Kingdom.

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136 The Mount is 5 minutes walk from Micklegate one of the original stone gates to the city of York which is is one of the leading tourist destinations in the UK with The Minster, Jorvik Viking Museum, National Railway Museum, Knavesmire Horse racing circuit all within 10 minutes of our house. It is on the edge of The Yorkshire Dales, Yorkshire Moors and Yorkshire Wolds recently in the news because of the link with David Hockney which are glorious open areas of England with magnificent walks or cycle rides all within 20 mile radius. It is 1 1/2 hour journey to the East Coast with Whitby, Scarborough and Filey as favourite destinations and just over 1 hour to Manchester, Leeds / Bradford and Robin Hood regional airports and 2 hours from London and Edinburgh by train.We are also just over 1 hour to Hull which services Europe for car ferries

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