BREATHTAKING ... SPECTACULAR ... UNIQUE ... Words you often see used but rarely as well deserved as to describe this luxurious West Side Penthouse.
Glazed oak wood door leading through to an extensive Entrance Hall. Multi glazed timber window to the front aspect and an original mullion window with leaded lights to the side aspect and exposed brick floor circa 1600. Ceramic floor tiling. Exposed ceiling beam. Oak doors leading to the cloak cupboard housing the electric meters, fuse box. Original solid oak spiral staircase from the 17th Century Farm House rising to First Floor with chrome eyelets and rope balustrade (carved from a single oak tree). Further oak door leading through to the Cloak Room.
White suite comprising of a low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin with chrome effect mixer tap over. Ceramic wall and continuation of the ceramic floor tiling. Extractor fan.
First Floor Landing
Continuation of the oak spiral staircase rising to Second Floor with chrome eyelets and rope balustrade. Oak door leading through to Fourth Double Bedroom/Office/Study.
A spacious room, currently used as an office. Oak framed multi-paned window to the front aspect. Radiator. Exposed beams.
Continuation of the oak spiral staircase with chrome eyelets and rope balustrade. Timber framed multi-paned glazed window to the side aspect. Two radiators. Exposed ceiling beams. Oak doors leading through to Bedrooms, Wash Room, Spacious walk-in Storage Cupboard. Oak part glazed door leading through to the Kitchen/Breakfast Room. Velux sun tunnel providing natural light from the roof.
High gloss cream fronted cupboards with chrome handles and a granite worktop. Ceramic butler sink with chrome effect mixer tap. Space and plumbing for gas range cooker. UPVC double glazed Velux sky light providing plenty of natural light above the cooking area. Integrated dishwasher. Integrated under counter fridge/freezer. Travertine stone flooring. Exposed ceiling beams. Breakfast bar area. Open plan to the Living Room.
A dual aspect room with multi-paned glazed timber framed windows to the side and rear aspects. Two radiators. Exposed ceiling beams. Feature original fire place with ornamental exposed bricks and tiled hearth below. UPVC double glazed Velux skylight providing natural light and access to the flat roof with un-spoilt views across countryside. Oak door leading through to the Master Bedroom Suite. Feature vaulted ceilings.
Space and plumbing for a washer/dryer. Wall mounted Vaillant gas boiler. Exposed beam. Extractor fan.
Master Bedroom Suite
A spacious dual aspect room with windows to side and rear aspects. Two radiators. Extensive area for wardrobes/dressing table. Exposed beams throughout. Oak door leading to the Second Floor Landing/Hallway. Oak door leading through to the En-suite. Feature vaulted ceilings.
Master En-Suite Bathroom
Comprises of a white suite with a paneled bath with chrome effect mixer tap over. Walki-in curved shower cubicle. Low level dual flush WC. Pedestal wash hand basin with chrome effect mixer tap over. Shaver point. Ceramic wall tiling. Wall mounted chrome effect towel rail. Travertine flooring. Sunken ceiling down lighters. Extractor fan. Velux sun tunnel providing natural light from the roof.
A dual aspect double bedroom with multi paned glazed windows to the front and side aspects. Two radiators. Exposed beams. Feature vaulted ceilings.
Timber framed multi-paned glazed window to the front aspect. Radiator. Exposed beams. Feature vaulted ceilings.
Oak door leading to the Family Bathroom. Suite comprising of a low level WC, wash hand basin and a panel bath with mixer taps. Ceramic wall and floor tiling. Wall mounted heated towel rail. Extractor fan. Sunken ceiling down lighters. Velux sun tunnel providing natural light from roof.
Allocated parking for one vehicle with ample additional visitors parking spaces. Communal green areas to the front and side of the property as well as a communal garden to the rear.
Mainly laid to lawn with various flowers and shrubs to borders. Timber fence, walls and a mixture of Yew and Beech hedging to boundaries. Allocated timber shed. York stone pathway leading to a feature York stone centre square to the middle of the garden.