£325,000

3 bed House for sale in St. Lukes Grove, York

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Key Features

  • Complete renovation
  • High specification
  • Traditional 1930s semi-detached
  • Open plan kitchen diner
  • Ground floor WC
  • Appliances included
  • Residence parking zone
  • Close to York City
Wishart Estate Agents are delighted to present this completely renovated, 1930s, semi-detached home. Meticulously refurbished throughout and finished to a high standard. The property benefits from off road parking and a south east facing garden. An immaculate property situated close to the historic City of York, its major road networks and train station.

This is a traditional period property, with all of the benefits of a modern, new build home. The attention to detail within the renovation of 22 St Luke's Grove is of the highest specification we as agents have seen. The property is offered for sale with no onward chain avoiding any delay in purchasing.

The entire property has undergone a series of restoration works to include complete internal & external renovation, a new roof, complete rewire and central heating system and external landscaping. The property has also been re carpeted and re decorated. Not forgetting areas which aren't so easily seen, such as the new underground drainage, services and additional floor insulation, to name but a few. A full list of renovations is available upon viewing.

A composite external door with glass side panels opens below the traditional arched porch, to a welcoming hallway. Stairs lead up to the first floor. A thoughtful use of space, a ground floor WC has also been added off the hallway. Naturally light, the entrance hall also benefits from a side window.

An Oak veneered door, with part glazing, opens to the sitting room, situated to the front of the property. The main focal point of the room is a wood burning stove within the chimney breast. The unique windows, also replicated in the bedroom above, add character and an abundance of natural light to this room.

Extending the entire width of the property, plus an additional two metres off the original footprint, is a well equipped kitchen diner. Fitted with a Howdens Clerkenwell kitchen featuring, matt white units with solid Oak work tops over. Integrated appliances include a fridge, freezer, dishwasher and electric oven with gas hob above. A stainless steel sink and drainer, contrasting floor and wall tiles and bespoke lighting complete the kitchen. Three Velux windows, the main kitchen window and a set of patio doors allow an open aspect to the south east facing rear garden.

Another useful addition to the kitchen area is the bespoke utility cupboard, housing the gas fired, Worcester Bosh Combi-boiler and a Zanussi washing machine.

The staircase leads past a landing window to the first floor. The original, internal doors have been lovingly restored providing additional character.

There are two double bedrooms, situated to the front and rear, along with a third single room to the front of the property. Worthy of note, detailed works to the loft have been well-thought-out, therefore, if a loft conversion was considered by a new owner, a considerable amount of time and money has been saved by adding a dedicated power supply, aerial, central heating pipe work and level of insulation.

The bathroom is fitted with white three piece suite to include a bath with Mira Excel Shower, Kudos shower screen, low level WC and wash hand basin. Useful storage has been added below the sink. Porcelain tiling, a heated towel rail, extractor fan and a frosted glazed window, complete the bathroom.

To the front of the property, extra thought has been given to the widening of the entrance whilst re building the boundary wall. Block paving and gravel provide ample off road parking in this residence permit zone. New fences, gates electrical sockets and water taps all add to the immaculate finish of the external areas. The south east facing rear garden features a block set patio, slate seating area, lawn and storage shed. Please note, as the lawn is yet to be placed, we have added a CGI lawn to the external image.

All in all an immaculate property situated close to the historic City of York, its major road networks and train station. A viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the attention to detail within this home.

Stamp Duty Due *

Based on a sale price of £325,000 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be:

£6,250

What is Stamp Duty and how is it calculated?

* This value is based on the standard rate and not applicable to first-time buyers or buy-to-let / second home buyers.

Further Details

  • Status: Available
  • Reference: 103303000583

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