The Horseshoe is one of the most desired residential addresses in York, so-called for its sweeping curve forming the ‘Horseshoe’ outline. Just off Tadcaster Road, the tree lined crescent boasts a variety of attractive properties, each spaced apart to benefit from generous plots with well-established gardens.
28a The Horseshoe offers spacious, mainly single storey accommodation set within substantial and mature grounds offering a remarkable degree of privacy.
The accommodation centres around a large reception hall with stairs leading up to a useful attic room with Velux skylights. The layout of the property has been cleverly designed to offer living accommodation to one side and all bedrooms and bathrooms to the other.
Double doors lead to a dining space with French doors out to the gardens. From here, the room opens into a comfortable sitting room log burning stove and dual aspect views.
The newly fitted kitchen is another light and bright space with the benefit of windows to two sides including breakfast bar with views over the pond and garden. The fitted modern units are complemented by quartz worksurfaces and integrated appliances including an eye level dual oven, ceramic hob, microwave and fridge freezer. A utility room provides space for a washer and dryer and courtesy door to garden.
There are two bedrooms both with en-suite shower rooms/WC and fitted wardrobes, house bathroom and third single bedroom with fitted storage.
Outside, the gardens have been lovingly maintained over many years. Laid largely to lawn, there is a wildlife pond surrounded by raised planters and a great sense of privacy from the many specimen trees surrounding.
Accessed along a private drive, the property has a double garage with electronically operated door and internal electric vehicle charging point. The property is set back away from The Horseshoe itself, giving it an unexpected seclusion.
Situated along a quiet residential road, The Horseshoe is ideally located for access to York city centre (2 miles), York Knavesmire (0.5 miles) and York Railway Station (2 miles). In addition, the property is within easy reach of the A64 to Leeds and beyond with the benefit of local shops and services close by with the addition of a Tesco Extra just half a mile away.
Leaving York along Tadcaster Road, travel passed The Knavesmire on the left hand side and continue through the traffic lights with The Cross Keys on the right. Continue for approximately 1/3 mile where the first entrance to The Horseshoe will be seen on the right-hand side. There is a second entrance into the same road immediately afterwards. Number 28a is at the very furthest part within the crescent itself and accessed via a private road between houses 26 and 28.