This spacious period property is traditionally built with facing brick elevations under a roof of small plain clay tiles (with 2 leaded dormers and 2 brick chimneys). In recent years, it has been restored and refurbished, and benefits from high retention electric storage heaters and double glazed windows. The front door opens into a sitting room which has a cupboard housing the electric meters, and an alcove with arch and built-in cupboard. There is a separate dining room with an airing cupboard containing a pressurised hot water cylinder, an under stairs cupboard and an alcove with built-in cupboard. The modern fitted kitchen has units, work surfaces, an electric hob, extractor above, electric oven, integrated dishwasher and space for fridge-freezer. A separate utility room has space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, and UPVC double glazed door to the garden. Cloakroom with WC and wash basin.
From the dining room, stairs lead to the first floor, where there are 2 double bedrooms and an en suite bathroom. Stairs from one of the bedrooms lead to a bedroom on the second floor which has access to eaves storage space. The rooms to the front have views of The Cornmarket and the historic Minster Church of St Cuthburga. There is no off road parking, and the property fronts directly onto the block paved Cornmarket. There is a rear walled garden with gravelled patio area, shrubs and water tap. Agents’ Note: A pedestrian right of way at the rear of Market House gives access to the gardens of 14 and 15 The Cornmarket.
Directions: On foot from our office, proceed along East Street and turn right into the High Street. Follow the road round and, with the Minster church on your left, turn left into Cook Row before the card shop. Cook Row leads into The Cornmarket.
Council Tax Band: C
EPC Rating: D
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN