St. Johns Street, York, YO31 7QT | Property for sale | Savills
1,220 sq ft(113.34 sq m)
Guide price £475,000(€541,600)

St. Johns StreetYork, YO31 7QT

    Key features

    • Handsome four bedroom townhouse
    • Spacious open plan dining, sitting room
    • Delightful front garden and walled courtyard garden
    • Close to York St John University and the bar walls
    • Train station only a mile away

    A superb four bedroom Victorian terraced house within an ideal location of York.

    About this property

    • 4 St Johns Street is a charming mid-terraced brick house with slate roof within a desirable conservation area of York for the university, station and schools. The well-appointed accommodation is arranged over three floors and offers versatility for both family living and formal entertaining. Salient features include large windows, feature fireplaces, an attractive front garden and west facing rear walled courtyard.

      The reception rooms comprise a well-presented sitting area with an outlook to the front from a bay window, feature fireplace and a dining area with original range and French doors opening on to the courtyard.

      The kitchen is to the rear of the house, beyond the dining area and overlooks the courtyard and a lovely window seat.

      Arranged over the first floor are two bedrooms and a family bathroom, to the second floor are two further bedrooms.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    I love this charming house, ideal for the city centre and university. A must view!

    Tanya CoffeyProperty agent

    Local information

    • The property is perfectly positioned just outside the city's historic walls and is close to York St John University, York Theatre Royal , the Art Gallery, York Minster, Bettys Tea Rooms and the famous Shambles are all about half a mile away, 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 and a number of independent shops, pubs, cafes and hairdressers.
    • 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.
    • Just over a mile away on foot is Bishopthorpe Road which won the ‘Great British High Street of the Year' award in 2015. The area has a well-known parade of independent shops, café-delis and restaurants which host regular events and festivals.
    • York railway station is about a mile way and 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

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