Londesborough Road, Market Weighton, York, YO43 3HS | Property for sale | Savills
3,500 sq ft(325.16 sq m)
Guide price £840,000(€957,777)

Londesborough RoadMarket Weighton, York, YO43 3HS

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Key features

  • Sizable plot with manicured gardens
  • Detached garage and games room
  • Popular location with a plethora of local amenities
  • Flexible family accommodation
  • Ample parking for several cars

This spectacular family home occupies a wonderful plot in the desirable town of Market Weighton

About this property

  • A striking detached house encompassed by its own delightful gardens, Tel El Fara was built in circa 1933 and is a fine example of an ‘Arts and Crafts' style house.

    Situated in the popular town of Market Weighton, in a quiet position set back from the road, the property is arranged over three floors and offers 3,500 square feet of versatile accommodation, perfect for family living and entertaining.

    The downstairs accommodation includes a well appointed kitchen-dining room, a study, dining room and downstairs bathroom room. Of particular note is the sizeable drawing room with bay window and impressive ornate cornicing.

    The first floor accommodation has four generous bedrooms, serviced by a house bathroom and separate shower and WC. The exquisite principal bedroom suite features an en suite bathroom, built in wardrobe and wonderful southerly facing roof terrace.

    The second floor houses two further bedrooms, a bathroom, separate WC and storage cupboard.

    Approached by a gravel drive, the property occupies a particularly sizable plot with well landscaped gardens and fantastic vistas over the countryside fields beyond. There is ample parking for several cars and a large garage with adjoining games room.

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This is one fine, special house that is just oozing with character.

Tanya CoffeyProperty agent

Local information

  • The historic town of Market Weighton lies on the fringes of the Yorkshire Wolds, between the cities of York (about 19.5 miles) and Hull (about 17.5 miles).
  • The town has held an outdoor market for over 750 years and has an excellent range of local artisan shops, restaurants and ample amenities including schools, churches, a doctors' surgery, dental surgeries, numerous public houses and supermarket with a petrol filling station. Sports and leisure facilities are well catered for with a sports centre, gymnasium, bowling green, tennis courts and nearby golf and polo clubs. The nearest railway station is in Brough and there is a regular bus service to a wide variety of destinations.
  • The town has fantastic walking and cycling routes to enjoy, including the Hudson Way or you can enjoy the challenges of the Yorkshire Wolds and Minister Way. The route 66 cycle network also passes through the town.
  • Please note all distances and travel times are approximate.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: G