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Residential News | Wed 17 Oct 2018
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Period homes packed with character often appeal to buyers, and three stylish homes which are currently on the market that are making the grade, are 10 Bond End, 1 The Old Dye House and 3 Goldsborough Hall Cottages. All three are for sale with our Knaresborough office - the top performing agent in the town!
The picture-perfect homes are bursting with attractive features including wooden floors, exposed ceiling beams, wood burning stoves, characterful fireplaces, beautiful bathrooms, and stunning décor. 

Senior Associate Nick Alcock, who is the branch manager at the Knaresborough office, said: “This trio of Grade II listed homes have all the charm associated with period properties alongside stunning modern additions, like a contemporary glass box extension on 10 Bond End, the light-filled garden room at The Old Dye House and the modern kitchen and bathroom at Goldsborough Hall Cottages.

“Combining the best of old and new to create three outstandingly attractive homes that also benefit from pretty gardens and delightful outside space.”

10 Bond End offers larger than average accommodation for a typical period townhouse, and would be ideal for family living or people looking for more space in the heart of Knaresborough’s town centre. It’s on the market for £295,000 and has two reception rooms and a kitchen which opens into the contemporary fully glazed dining room extension. There is also a useful lower ground floor cellar, a delightful sitting room/potential master bedroom on the first floor and a house bathroom with a free standing ball and claw foot bath. Two further double rooms are on the second floor.

On the market for £365,000, The Old Dye House boasts a prime waterside location and idyllic tiered gardens with a terrace that provides breath-taking views over the river and Knaresborough viaduct. The accommodation is arranged over three floors and includes a reception hall, guest cloakroom, attractive sitting room, modern kitchen, dining room/study and garden room. With two bedrooms a house bathroom, there is also an integral shared garage, space for storage and a summer house.

3 Goldsborough Hall Cottages, which used to be part of Goldsborough Hall is on the market for £325,000. With a delightful southerly facing rear garden and off street parking, the home has a pretty entrance hall, spacious sitting room, a modern dining kitchen, two double bedrooms and contemporary shower room. There is off street parking and the rear garden has delightful views towards Goldsborough Hall.

Nick adds: “These three homes have everything to offer, including character, great design, lovely interiors and sought-after locations.” 

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