A superb well-proportioned ground floor apartment with private outdoor terrace, in the well established Eboracum Way development. Offering lift access to all floors, secure entry phone system and an allocated parking space in the underground car park.
The impressive interior comprises inner hallway, with two storage cupboards and continues into the open plan living area, with French doors leading out onto a private outdoor terrace. The recently fitted kitchen has recessed ceiling spotlights and a range of sleek neutral wall and base units with white worktops over. There is a range of high specification integrated appliances, which include inset four ring electric ceramic hob with extractor hood over, a stainless-steel oven/grill, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher and microwave. The sleeping arrangements include a master bedroom with stylish en-suite shower room, second double bedroom and a house bathroom.
Lease length - 125 years from 1st January 2006. Ground Rent - £400pa. Service Charge - £1,476pa.
Band D - £1,657.29 for 2019/20.
Rome House forms part of the Eboracum Way development, built by Persimmon Homes around 12 years ago. Set on the banks of the River Foss and within a Conservation Area, the location is perfect for those looking to take advantage of the many bars, restaurants, historic and cultural attractions the city offers yet is within peaceful riverside surroundings.
Leaving York via Monkgate, continue to the mini roundabout and take the second exit onto Heworth Croft and travel over Monk Bridge. At the traffic lights, turn right into Eboracum Way and right again into the development. Rome House is clearly identified by the name plack and apartment 4 is located on the ground floor.
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