Marston Road, Tockwith, York, North Yorkshire, YO26 7PR | Property for sale | Savills
1,836 sq ft(170.57 sq m)
Guide price £595,000(€704,661)

Marston RoadTockwith, York, North Yorkshire, YO26 7PR

  • Sale Agreed

Key features

  • Detached Victorian building (unlisted)
  • Attractive courtyard garden
  • Beautiful period features throughout
  • Off street parking
  • Flexible living accommodation

A handsome conversion situated in the heart of the wonderful village of Tockwith

About this property

  • The Old Methodist School Room dates back to 1861, once linked to the neighbouring chapel this impressive conversion is located in the centre of the sought-after village of Tockwith. The property offers spacious rooms, generous ceiling height and an abundance of period features including exposed wooden beams throughout.

    The ground floor has a particularly well-planned layout that would work extremely well for entertaining and family living. The dining room is situated in the heart of house and has an open fire with exposed brickwork chimney. Leading onto a fully fitted kitchen with wall to ceiling units finished with granite worktops and built in appliances. There is a sizeable separate living room with a decorative fireplace, making it a wonderful place to relax. Continuing through the ground floor there is a separate utility and W.C.

    Situated on the first floor there is an impressive principal bedroom with built in wooden wardrobes, well-appointed en suite and views across to the restored Methodist Chapel. There are two further double bedrooms; bedroom two benefits from a shower and sink and links to the adjacent study, which would also work well as a dressing room. Bedroom three is served by a well fitted house bathroom.

    The property has a particularly private and thoughtfully designed courtyard garden to the rear, an ideal place for entertaining and al-fresco dining, with a door leading straight from the kitchen. Wide oak gates offer the option of off-street parking for two cars. Sitting behind mature shrubs there is a paved area to the front of the house and useful storage area with shed to the side.

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This beautiful conversion really impressed me, presented in excellent condition with a fabulous layout, it's the type of property that could work well for a number of buyers.

Ed StoyleProperty agent

Local information

  • Situated in the sought-after village of Tockwith with so much to offer. There is a range of local services such as a doctors surgery, Tockwith Church of England Primary School (Ofsted Good 2022) and a Post Office. There is a range of local amenities such as Nisa Local Shop, two pubs, local hairdresser, village hall hosting Yoga, Pilates and an under 5's club plus many more clubs. In addition, there is a playground and a sports hall within the village.
  • Wetherby is six miles away from the property, providing an excellent range of local artisan shops, three supermarkets and essential services, including a doctors surgery, several dentists and both primary and secondary schools. As well as popular Kids Planet within Wetherby.
  • There are numerous golf courses in the area, including Scarcroft Golf Club (11.8 miles) and Rudding Park Golf Club (11.5 miles). The surrounding countryside provides miles of walking and cycling routes.
  • Regular commuters will appreciate the connection links, the A1(M) providing links to Leeds, York and further afield. There are rail links with London and Edinburgh from both Leeds and York and Leeds/Bradford airport lies about 21 miles away.
  • York city centre (10 miles) boasts a vast array of attractions such as York Theatre Royal, the Art Gallery, York Minster, Bettys Tea Rooms and the famous Shambles, along with a range of local cafes, shops, restaurants, public houses, supermarkets and further landmark attractions.
  • The award winning The Star Inn the City by Andrew Pern and the Michelin-starred restaurant, Roots, by Tommy Banks. In addition, there is Skosh by Neil Bentinck which also boasts a Michelin-star, positioned on popular Micklegate.
  • Located beside the River Ouse is York City Rowing Club, York Pilates Space and The Perky Peacock, a cosy café in a medieval tower. Further along is Rowntree Park with café, playground, tennis and basketball courts.
  • The well-known York Racecourse and Knavesmire are over two miles from the city accessed by a delightful walk or cycle along the river.
  • York railway station offers regular services to major cities including Manchester, Edinburgh and London with some journeys taking less than two hours to Kings Cross. The A64 ring road is about three and a half miles from the city centre giving access to Leeds, the A1(M) and the wider motorway.
  • The city offers a diverse range of primary and secondary schools including St Wilfrid's Catholic Primary School (Academy), All Saints RC School (Ofsted Outstanding 2016) and Millthorpe School (Academy). Independent schools on offer are The Mount, St Peter's and Bootham.
  • Please note all distances and travel times are approximate.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating: E
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: E