Warwick Crescent, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG2
Substantial detached period home on the south side of Harrogate with original features and large mature gardens. Positioned in close proximity to excellent schools and Hornbeam Park train station.
Built in 1904, this elegant property boasts a charming panelled Reception Hall with fireplace. The Drawing Room has a magnificent original fireplace with coal effect gas fire, original triple aspect stained glass windows, the original stripped floorboards and marble topped radiators. The impressive south facing Dining Room has a beautiful stained glass bay window, a superb fireplace with stripped floorboards and a decorative ceiling. The large family living kitchen has period Wemyss tiles and a range cooker with plentiful cupboards and two sinks as well as a dishwasher, fridges and a freezer, the breakfast area has double glazed windows and a doorway to the garden. A stairway leads to the original wine cellar and keeping room. There is a side door leading outside from the utility room which could link to the study and W.C to form a home office. The study currently has fitted bookcases and desks.
Approached from the wide staircase, there are five large bedrooms on the first floor with three bathrooms. The magnificent Master Bedroom is south facing and the bay window has blackout blinds fitted and leads to the fabulous original en-suite with original tiles, wash-basin and fireplace.
All the original upstairs sash windows have been draughtproofed and restored by Ventrolla. Bedroom two faces south, has blackout blinds fitted to its magnificent turretted bay window and features an attractive original fireplace. The other three double bedrooms are light, have double aspects and bedroom five has a pretty original wardrobe and fireplace.
On the top floor there are three further bright rooms, currently used for storage but offer flexibility of use and potential for home working. There is further storage in the Boiler Room under the House.
Kelvedon is set in large gardens of mature shrubs with an in and out driveway with plentiful parking leading to a double garage original to the house. The private lawned garden is west facing and has a shaded paved seating area large enough for a dining table and sofa set.
The house was reroofed five years ago and has had the gas boilers replaced.
The property is close to St Aidan's C of E High School, St John Fisher's High School and Harrogate Grammar School, all of national reputation, as well highly regarded primary schools. Transport links to Leeds and York are easily accessible at Hornbeam Park railway station and also the 36 bus route on Leeds Road and main roads leading to the A1 are close by. It is a short, flat walk across the Stray to Harrogate Town Centre.
Head south out of Harrogate on the A61, left at the roundabout onto South Drive, continue onto St James Drive where Warwick Crescent can be found on the right. The property can be identified by our For Sale Board.