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4 bedroom terraced house for sale

10 Mallorie Park Drive Ripon HG4 2QD

Under Offer £299,950

Property Description

Key features

  • WEALTH OF PERIOD CHARM AND CHARACTER
  • An excellent, four bedroom extended, Edwardian terrace house

Full description

An internal viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this excellent, four bedroom extended, Edwardian terrace house situated in one of Ripon’s most sought after residential areas on the western side of the historic City of Ripon.
The property offers a wealth of period and individual features and has been sympathetically extended and improved by the current owners. These improvements include a loft conversion to the second floor to provide a fourth bedroom, extension to rear to create a Breakfast/Dining/fitted Kitchen – ideal for family living, Beech style kitchen units, contemporary style, White, four piece bathroom suite, re-fitted Cloakroom/WC, French door to the rear garden etc. Period features include – fireplaces in the Lounge, Dining Room, master Bedroom and Bedroom 2, plaster cornices, panelled internal doors, picture and dado rails, attractive, return staircase with turned, open spindles etc.The accommodation more fully comprises: Open Porch, Entrance Vestibule, Reception Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, Cloakroom/WC, Breakfast/Dining/fitted Kitchen with Pantry, three Bedrooms and house Bathroom on the first floor and fourth Bedroom on second floor.

Further advantages include gas heating via radiators, established gardens to the front and rear, and private parking.
Ripon is one of England’s smallest cities and is recognised for its majestic Cathedral, central Market Square with Obelisk and has a mix of period and modern architecture. Shopping centres mainly around the Market Square, Fishergate, Westgate, North Street and Kirkgate. The main market is held on Thursdays, with the town Bellman ringing his bell at 11 a.m. announcing the official start to trading. Every night at 9 p.m. the Hornblower blows his horn which is an excellent tourist attraction. A variety of other services and recreational amenities can be found including, banks, building societies, Doctors, Dentists, Ripon Spa Baths, Leisure Centre, Racecourse etc along with excellent schools, notably Ripon Grammar. With the advent of the bypass Ripon is ideally placed for commuting to the major business centres of West Yorkshire and Teesside and the acclaimed A1/M1 link road makes travelling further afield more accessible.


GROUND FLOOR:

Open Porch:

Entrance Vestibule: Via panelled entrance door with glazed light over. Picture and dado rail. Plaster cornice. Chequered pattern tiled floor.

Reception Hall: Via half glazed panelled door. Plaster cornice and decorative archway with ornamental corbels. Radiator. Attractive, return staircase with turned, open spindles.

Lounge: Square bay window to the front elevation. Central feature fireplace with marble surround, cast iron insert, tiled hearth, floral patterned tiled insert and suitable for open fires. Plaster cornice and central rose. Picture rail. Two radiators.

Dining Room: Window to the rear elevation. Central feature fireplace with White painted surround, cast iron insert with decorative tiles and suitable for open fires. Plaster cornice and central rose. Picture rail. Serving hatch. Radiator.

Extended Breakfast/Dining/fitted Kitchen:

Kitchen Area: Window to the side elevation. A range of Beech style units are fitted at floor and wall heights with laminate working surfaces, extending into the Breakfast/Dining area and having two White, inset ceramic sinks with chrome, mixer taps. Contrasting ceramic floor and wall tiles. Range style stainless steel, electric/gas oven with extractor over. Integrated stainless steel microwave. Plaster cornice. Spotlights. Walk in shelved pantry/store. Further cupboard housing gas fired boiler serving heating via radiators and domestic hot water. Open to:

Breakfast/Dining Area: Window to the side elevation and two further Velux roof lights. Beech units along one wall with plumbing for washing machine and integrated dishwasher. Plaster cornice and ornamental archway with decorative corbels. Spotlights. Ceramic floor and wall tiles. Radiator.

Cloakroom/WC: Opaque window to the side elevation. Two piece White, suite comprising wall mounted wash hand basin and low level WC. Dado rail. Extractor fan. Chrome taps and fittings. Ceramic floor tiles. Cloak hooks. Double, built in cupboard providing useful storage and further cupboard over.


FIRST FLOOR:

Landing: Stairs, with turned open spindles leading to the second floor and having cupboard underneath providing useful storage. Velux roof light. Dado rail. Two radiators.

Bedroom 1: Light and airy room with two windows to the front elevation. White painted, cast iron period fireplace. Plaster cornice. Ceiling cornice. Picture rail. Two radiators.

Bedroom 2: Light and airy room with window overlooking the rear garden. White painted, cast iron period fireplace. Picture rail. Plaster cornice. White, wall mounted wash hand basin. Built in book/display shelves. Radiator.

Bedroom 3/Study: Window to the rear elevation. Built in double cupboard housing hot water cylinder. Radiator.

Bathroom: Part opaque window to the rear elevation and further window to the side. Luxuriously appointed with a four piece White, bathroom suite comprising vanitory wash hand basin, bath, low level WC and “quadrant” shower cubicle. Chrome taps and fittings including “ladder” style heated towel rail. Plaster cornice. Extractor fan. Spotlights. Ceramic floor and wall tiles.


SECOND FLOOR:

Bedroom 4: Two Velux roof lights to front elevation and one Velux roof light to the rear elevation. Built in storage into the eaves. Spotlights.



Outside

Gardens: The property benefits from established gardens to the front and rear. The front is enclosed within low brick boundary wall with metal, pedestrian access gate and timber fence and is well stocked with a variety of flowers and plants. The rear garden is also enclosed within brick boundary. Partly gravelled (for off-street parking/seating area) and lawn with established flower borders. Paved area.

Garden Shed: Timber garden shed/store. Cold water tap. External lighting.

Parking: Private parking space/garden at the rear and allocated parking to the front.


Directions

Directions: From Ripon Centre, take the road from the Market Place into Kirkgate and bear right down Duck Hill turning right into Water Skellgate. At the traffic lights go straight ahead into Skellbank, leading into Mallorie Park Drive where No 10 is located on the right hand side in the centre of the Edwardian Terrace.



Viewing

Viewing: Strictly by appointment with Vinden Estates on 01765 606885.



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Added on Rightmove:
08 September 2016

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