St. Leonards Mews, York, North Yorkshire, YO1 7HN | Property for sale | Savills
791 sq ft(73.49 sq m)
Guide price £499,950(€583,301)

St. Leonards MewsYork, North Yorkshire, YO1 7HN


    Key features

    • A modern two bedroom mews house
    • Two modern showers
    • Modern, open plan kitchen sitting room
    • Separate utility room
    • Set within the heart of the city centre
    • Less than half of mile from York train station

    Fabulous two bedroom mews house in the heart of York

    About this property

    • Occupying a quiet and private area behind The Library and part of the St. Leonards development, this lovely home is conveniently located for the train station and the cities amenities. Enjoying a private entrance, the accommodation extends to about 791 square feet, the property features a spacious and modern open-plan sitting/dining and kitchen with a Juliette balcony.

      Offered with no onward chain, this modern mews house comprises an entrance hall with a staircase and a separate utility room, the stairs lead to the first floor with sitting/dining kitchen, complete with integrated appliances and contemporary base and wall units. There are two double bedrooms with en suite shower rooms and the principal bedroom benefits from built-in wardrobes and skylights.

      The house will appeal to buyers of all ages as a comfortable full-time residence, a secure "lock up and leave" proposition or as an investment opportunity.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    A perfect little gem for a first time buyer, downsizer or an investor, so close to the cities amenities

    Tanya CoffeyProperty agent

    Local information

    • St Leonard's Place is an iconic building situated within York's cultural heart, being neighbours of the York Theatre Royal, York Art Gallery and York Explore.
    • The development is just steps away from the historic Minster and the vibrancy and vitality of the city centre, with its array of independent shops, national brands, restaurants, coffee shops and amenities.
    • The Museum Gardens lies immediately to the west of the crescent, set in the magnificent surroundings of the ruins of St Mary's Abbey. Along with 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 (less than half a mile), York Pilates Space and The Perky Peacock, a cosy café in a medieval tower. Further along is Rowntree Park (about one mile) with café, playground, tennis and basketball courts.
    • York railway station is about half a mile way over Scarborough bridge 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 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. Independent schools on offer are The Mount, St Peter's and Bootham.
    • Please note all distances are approximate

    Additional information

    • City of York Council, Band E
    • EPC Rating: C
    • Tenure: Leasehold. Lease Expiry: 01/01/2266 (241 years remaining)
    • Service Charge: TBC
    • Ground Rent: £350.00pa (review date TBC)
    • Council Tax Band: E