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York Victorian Townhouse

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This Victorian townhouse in the historic city of York was built in 1864. It has been the home to prominent city merchants, including a fellmonger, lawyer, and lace merchant. two Lord Mayors of York, the clerk to the Guardians of York workhouse, and a home for "wayward" girls. It has recently been refurbished to its former glory retaining its grand style but with a modern twist. it is a gentle 5-10 mins walk from the city centre, York Minster and all the historic sites. There are 8 beautiful rooms (some triple, others double occupancy, a guest lounge and breakfast room with period Marble fireplaces and a small courtyard garden and fenced off car park that can take 8 cars. In addition to the areas used for guests, there is a large island kitchen and dining area (with its own medieval well discovered during refurbishment.), private sitting room and cellars that could be used for filming

Category and style

House

Gothic/Victorian

Parking

Private parking for 8 cars

Truck / motorhome on site parking: Street

Available parking lot or parking structure nearby

Location details

Bedrooms:
8
Bathrooms:
8
Main floor number:
3

Location Rules

No adult filming
No smoking
No pets

Amenities

Wifi

Features

Large Shower
Cove Ceiling
Ornate Ceiling
Stained Glass
Courtyard
Fireplace With Mantle
Large Fireplace
Marble Fireplace
Checker Tiles Floor
Light Wood/Whitewash Floor
English Garden
Basement
Wine Cellar
Granite Countertop
Kitchen Island
Grand/Bifurcated/Double Stairs
Straight Stairs
Wallpaper
Wood-Paneled Walls
Sash/Up And Down/Hung Windows
Stained Glass Windows

Crew access

Stairs
Location
Exact location provided after booking