Savills | The Fleece, Richmond, North Yorkshire, DL10 4DW | Property for sale
94.39 sq m
Guide price £275,000(€302,854)

The FleeceRichmond, North Yorkshire, DL10 4DW


    Key features

    • Stunning Mews House in a development of three
    • Close to Richmonds' bustling market square
    • Renovated in 2019, alongside the popular Fleece Hotel
    • Beautifully light, architect designed homes
    • Set around a quiet mews courtyard with private parking

    Stunning mews house with gated parking just off the main market square in Richmond.

    About this property

    • Split over two levels, this property offers a truly enjoyable space in which to live and entertain.

      To the first floor there are two bedrooms and a family bathroom. The principal bedroom has an oriel window and an en suite bathroom. There is a cleverly designed utility space incorporated under the stairs and as you climb the suspended metal staircase to the second floor the true design of the building is unveiled.

      The open plan living space is illuminated by the natural light coming in from three sides to create a wonderful open planned living area. The stunning exposed timber truss leads your eye down the centre of the room towards the outside decking area beyond.

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    Local information

    • Richmond is a thriving Yorkshire Dales market town. With its stunning surroundings and scenery, its diverse range of shops, restaurants and bars, it has got tobe one of the most beautiful and rewarding places to live in the country. As the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales it provides unrivalled access to the stunning landscapes of swaledale and Arkengarthdale famous for wildflower meadows, heather moorland and waterfalls.
    • The area is also home to some of Yorkshire's best walking and cycling. Richmond offers a great range of amenities including national and local retailers, swimming pool, cinema, traditional weekly market and a great range of pubs and restaurants and of course the acclaimed Georgian theatre.
    • The station, a restored Victorian railway station, which features a restaurant, cinema and gallery, is also home to a number of artisan food producers and is a popular attraction.
    • The town has a number of schools so there are educational opportunities at both primary and secondary level. Richmond plays host to a number of cultural events throughout the year including the Swaledale Festival, GeorgeFest and Richmond Live.
    • Four miles from the A1, and with london just 2hr 20 minutes from the nearest railway station, Richmond is ideally suited for those looking for town or country living or for the commuter who is looking for good toad, rail and air links.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = C