DEVELOPER COMPLETES TERRACE OVER 150 YEARS AFTER BUILDING FIRST BEGAN
The exclusive development not only offers traditional Victorian features with 21st century energy efficiency, but also has been built using carefully selected locally sourced materials and local craftsmen.
Belgrave Terrace is a unique street with outstanding features and heritage and is described in the Thirsk and Sowerby Conservation Area Planning document as ‘one of the best examples of Victorian domestic developments in the Conservation Area.’
Two stunning new homes have been created, one of which sold off plan within weeks of the development starting, and the remaining property, number 1 Belgrave Terrace, is on the market for £349,950.
This brand new period style town house is within a Victorian red brick and slate terrace in an excellent location, ideally situated for Thirsk town centre, the railway station and all local amenities. Offering extensive and well-appointed accommodation arranged over 3 floors, the Victorian style new home, built with 21st century energy efficiency, provides 4 spacious double bedrooms, 2 of which are en-suite, 2 reception rooms and a large dining kitchen.
Area manager, Chris O'Mahony, said: "This impressive development of just 2 bespoke individual homes has been built to complete the end of this well-established period terrace. Number 2 sold in weeks and we expect a great deal of interest in the remaining end of terrace home. This brings the terrace to the end of an era, over 150 years after construction first began."
Sympathetically designed with a spacious kitchen and plenty of living space in 2 reception rooms, the property is ideal for modern living whilst retaining the desirable room sizes and proportions of an older property. The developer has also retained the traditional features to the front elevation, including ground floor bay windows, sash sliding windows and a panelled front door complimenting the existing uniform appearance of the terrace. Buyers could also have their own choice of bathroom and kitchen finishes depending on what stage they make their offer.
Chris added: “1 Belgrave Terrace really is a very desirable home that has the added benefit of coming with a 10 year warranty. It's in a great location too, ideal for families with both primary and secondary schools within a few minutes walk, and easy access to all the amenities and services Thirsk has to offer. It's also easily commutable due to its proximity to the railway station and easy access to the A1 with major towns and cities such as York, Harrogate, Leeds and Newcastle an easy drive away.”
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