BPA Ripon 2018
BPA Ripon 2018
BPA Ripon 2017
BPA Ripon 2017
 
Guide price £425,000
34 Knaresborough Road Ripon HG4 1RQ
3 bedrooms
 
*A unique and characterful, double fronted three bedroom detached period home originally dating from the Victorian period and having been substantially extended to the ground floor, detached garage and good size gardens extending to 0 .26 acres 1053 sq m and offering a good degree of privacy situated in a popular residential area of the historic City of Ripon.*
 
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  • A unique and characterful, double fronted three bedroom detached period home originally dating from the Victorian period
  • Having been substantially extended to the ground floor
  • Detached garage
  • Good size gardens extending to 0 .26 acres 1053 sq m and offering a good degree of privacy situated in a popular residential area of the historic City of Ripon
A unique and characterful, double fronted three bedroom detached period home with larger than average garden (extending to (to be measured), detached garage and off street parking situated in a popular residential area conveniently located approx half a mile from Ripon’s historic Centre.

The property offers much individual charm and individual features and has been much improved over recent years by the present owners. These improvements include the addition/extension of an impressive Lounge with vaulted ceiling and triple fold doors leading to the south westerly facing garden; the installation of Cream, contemporary kitchen units, re-fitting of the Bathroom with four piece traditional style white suite etc. The property originally dates to 1831 and period features include pine panelled internal doors, return staircase with open spindles, original fireplaces, deep skirtings and architraves, original quarry tiles to kitchen/dining areas and sash windows.

The accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance Vestibule, Reception Hall, Cloakroom/WC, Lounge, Sitting Room, Dining Room, fitted Kitchen, Utility Room, three double, Bedrooms and Bathroom. NB: Scope exists to convert the loft into additional bedrooms/bathroom and the services are available for connection to this area.

The gardens are a particularly attractive feature of the property being south westerly facing, offering a good degree of privacy and extending to approx to 0 .26 acres 1053 sq m; gated driveway leading to detached garage and off street parking for three vehicles.
Further advantages include security system, gas heating via radiators, cast iron, French style log burner in the Lounge, oak flooring in the Lounge, etc.

Ripon is one of England’s smallest cities and is recognised for its majestic Cathedral, central Market Square with Obelisk and has a mix of period and modern architecture. Shopping centres mainly around the Market Square, Fishergate, North Street and Westgate. A variety of other services and recreational amenities can be found including, banks, building societies, Doctors, Dentists, Ripon Spa Baths, Leisure Centre, Racecourse etc. along with excellent schools, notably Ripon Grammar. Now by-passed, Ripon is ideally placed for commuting to the major business centres of West Yorkshire and Teesside and the acclaimed A1/M1 link road makes travelling further afield more accessible.
GROUND FLOOR:
Entrance Vestibule: Via panelled door with fan light over. Coving.

Reception Hall: Via half glazed pine door. Coving. Ornamental plaster arch with decorative corbels. Fitted, pine bookshelves. Return staircase with open spindles leading to the first floor. Original, “chequer” quarry tiles. Radiator with decorative, fretwork cover over.

Sitting Room: Square bay window to the front. Plaster cornice. Original marble fireplace with cast iron insert and floral tiles. TV point. Picture rail. Radiator.

Utility Room: Two double, built in cupboards providing useful storage. White, Formica units are fitted at floor and wall heights with laminate working surfaces and inset stainless steel sink. White, “Metro” style wall tiles. Plumbing for washing machine. Radiator. Quarry floor tiles. Part glazed door to the gardens with fan light over.

Dining Room: Twin windows to the front and one to the side elevations. Central feature fireplace with white painted surround housing cast iron multi fuel stove. Double, built in pine cupboard to chimney recess. Coving. Spotlights. Original, “chequer” quarry tiles. Radiator. Open to:-

Fitted Kitchen: Window overlooking the rear garden. A range of Cream, gloss units are fitted at floor and wall heights with beech working surfaces and inset, white ceramic, 1.5 bowl sink. Cream island unit with beech working surface. Space for range style oven. Coving. Spotlights.

Pantry Area: Window to the rear elevation. Space for fridge/freezer. Quarry floor tiles.

Lounge: Triple fold doors leading to the rear garden and French door and window to the side elevation (all double glazed). Four additional Velux roof lights. Central feature French style cast iron log burner. TV point. Four wall light point and central, ceiling point. Two, contemporary style radiators. Oak flooring.

Cloakroom/WC: Two piece contemporary style white suite comprising wall mounted wash hand basin and low level WC. Chrome taps and fittings. Extractor fan. Radiator. Quarry floor tiles.
FIRST FLOOR:
Half Landing: Window overlooking the rear garden. Access to roof void being part boarded and light connected: NB: Scope exists to convert the loft into extra Bedrooms/Bathroom and services are connected. Coving.

Bedroom 1: Window to the front and side elevations. Coving. Central feature cast iron fireplace with decorative tiles. Radiator.

Bedroom 2: Window to the side elevation. Coving. Central feature cast iron fireplace with decorative tiles. Radiator.

Bedroom 3: Window overlooking the rear garden. Coving. TV point. Radiator.

Bathroom: Window to the rear elevation. Four piece white suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, roll-top bath and glazed cubicle with plumbed shower. White “Metro” style wall tiles. Chrome taps and fittings. Coving. Extractor fan. Built in double cupboard providing linen storage. Cast iron fireplace. White, “ladder” style heated towel rail. Radiator.

Outside
Outside: The property is approached via a vehicular driveway with wooden, double access gates and leading to:

Forecourt: Off street parking for three vehicles.

Garage: Detached garage having up and over vehicular access door. Side window. Personal access door.

Gardens: The gardens are a particularly attractive feature of the property, the plot extends to to 0 .26 acres 1053 sq m and is principally to the rear and side of the house. The gardens are enclosed within hedge, fence and walled boundaries, are south westerly facing and principally laid to lawn and wooded areas. Flower borders with a selection of shrubs and trees. Enclosed area with geese, ducks and chickens NB: These can stay with the property or will be re-homed by the vendors. Substantial timber decked seating/entertaining areas. Further timber decked and gravelled area to the front of the house. Lower cultivated area ideal for vegetables etc.

Timber garden shed.

Directions
Directions: From the Cathedral roundabout proceed into Bondgate and proceed for approx half a mile to the Dallamires Lane junction. Bear right into Quarry Moor Lane and then take the next left into Knaresborough Road. Proceed again for approximately 250 yards where number 34 is located on the right hand side, as indicated by the Vinden Estates For Sale board.

Viewing
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with Vinden Estates on 01765 606885.


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