Grimbald Road, Knaresborough, North Yorkshire, HG5

£275,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A well-proportioned family home, offering the new owner flexibility of space. The property briefly comprises; entrance porch leading to a light and airy living room, separate dining kitchen with conservatory extension providing views into the rear garden. To the first floor, there are three bedrooms and a modern family bathroom. Externally there is a private rear garden and to the front there is ample off-street parking.

The property is situated close to primary and secondary schools and within easy walking distance of Knaresborough where there are excellent shopping, dining and recreational facilities together with a train station servicing mainline links. The town centre by-pass offers quick and convenient access to the North-South A1M.

Internally the property is accessed into a front entrance porch having a uPVC double glazed front door with surrounding casement windows. An integral door leads through to the living room with a double glazed front elevation window as well as a side elevation window and staircase leading to the first floor. The lounge leads through to an open-plan  kitchen diner and conservatory extension which is great for entertaining family and friends. The kitchen offers a range of built-in base units to 3 sides with solid wood worktops incorporating a stainless-steel sink bowl, half bowl and drainer with a chrome mixer tap. There is a matching range of wall and base units with space for a freestanding cooker and a cooker hood above. In addition, there is under counter space for a fridge and separate freezer. The kitchen area offers ample space for a dining table and chairs along with an under stairs storage cupboard. The spacious conservatory is of brick and uPVC construction with windows to two sides and double patio doors providing beautiful views of the rear garden. 

To the first floor are three good size bedrooms all of which are equipped with radiators and uPVC framed double glazed windows. The upstairs accommodation is completed by a modern three piece house bathroom consisting of a low flush WC, wall-mounted sink and panelled bath with shower overhead and glass shower screen. Fully tiled walls and a rear elevation large uPVC double glazed window. The attic is insulated and mostly boarded with access gained from the landing and a drop down ladder.

Externally to the front of the property, there is a reinforced gravelled section and a driveway that provides ample off-street parking. The driveway leads up to the garage that is equipped with electric light and power. The rear of the garage has been turned in to a convenient utility room housing the combination central heating/water boiler with plumbing for a washing machine and a rear access door. The rear garden is truly special with covered decking near the conservatory doors, further decking with steps leading to a lawned section with shrubs and flower beds to either side. There is a gate and well established green screen dividing the two sections of the garden. The top section of the garden provides a lawn area, patio section for outdoor furniture and a lovely summer house in the corner. 

Knaresborough sights in the town include the remains of Knaresborough Castle, the Courthouse Museum in the castle grounds, Mother Shipton's Cave, the House in the Rock, St Robert's Cave, and the railway viaduct over the River Nidd. Knaresborough has five primary schools and one secondary school; King James' School. There is a further education college in nearby Harrogate and universities in Leeds and York. The town has a two-storey library on the Market Place. The town has a large supermarket Lidl, as well as smaller supermarkets in the town centre. The St. James retail park on the outskirts of the town, off Wetherby Road, has a number of retail chain units. The town has 15 public houses, a wine bar, two working men's clubs, and several restaurants. The town also has a small public swimming pool. Knaresborough is served by Knaresborough railway station, on the Harrogate Line between Leeds and York. The town is 4 miles (6.4 km) from junction 47 of the A1(M) motorway (Great North Road), and on the A59 which links York and Wallasey. There is also Knaresborough bus station providing regular services to the surrounding towns. 

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